Develop model anganbadi in all districts: Raje directs officials
Chief minister Vasundhara Raje on Monday directed to identify anganwadis according to work efficiency in every district of Rajasthan and develop them as model anganwadisjaipur Updated: May 29, 2017 21:01 IST
Chief minister Vasundhara Raje on Monday directed to identify anganwadis according to work efficiency in every district of Rajasthan and develop them as model anganwadis.
She said the identified anganwadis should be ranked and those workers working efficiently there should be encouraged.
The chief minister said this while addressing a review meeting of women and child welfare department.
Raje said effective monitoring to ensure quality should be ensured of under construction anganwadis and its timely completion.
She said the way parents have been connected with schools, similarly public participation should be encouraged in the activities of anganwadi centres.
Appreciating the AAA programme being run at Baran and Jhalawar, she emphasised on effective coordination among three frontline workers -- Auxiliary Nurse and Midwife (ANM), ASHA workers and anganwadi workers, jointly identified as AAA.
Reviewing the budget and other announcements related to Rural Development, Panchayati Raj and MNREGS, she said personal benefit schemes should be monitored regularly as it directly benefits people.
Focus should be made on districts where the progress is not up to expectations, she said.
Raje said: “We need to make more coordinated efforts to make all gram panchayats open defecation free. In the meeting it was informed that till date 4,973 gram panchayats are ODF. In last three and half years, 58.26 lakh toilets have been constructed under Swaach Bharat Mission (rural).
The chief minister expressed her satisfaction over the progress of ongoing Deen Dayal Upadhyay Patta (land deed) distribution campaign. Under the campaign till date 2.21 lakh land deeds have been distributed.
She directed to complete all 1.33 lakh works under Mukhya Mantri Jal Swalambhan by June 30. At present, 42% works has been completed.
Rural development minister Rajendra Rathore, WCD minister Anita Bhadel and chief secretary OP Meena were some of those who attended the meeting.