Harish Rao distributes tabs to ANMs

The Minister called upon them to discharge their duties with more responsibility since the government is spending on the health care of the poor.

By Author   |   Published: 2nd Mar 2017   5:53 pm
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Irrigation and Marketing Minister, T.Harish Rao presenting TABs to ANMs. Photo: By Arrangemnet

Siddipet: Irrigation and Marketing Minister, T.Harish Rao has presented tabs to as many as 90 ANMs in Siddipet against the 180 ANMs to enable them to update each and every work of them online, which will be accessed by officials and public representatives by a mouse click. 

The rest of them will also get tabs shortly. The Telangana government has launched ANMOL (ANMs Online) in Hyderabad recently. A custom-made software will help the ANMs to go paperless while tracking the pregnant women and updating other health care statistics at the village level.

Addressing the ANMs (Auxiliary Nurse Midwives) on the occasion here on Thursday, the Irrigation Minister has said that Telangana has become as third State in the nation to present tabs to ANMs after AP and MP. Stating that they were giving utmost care to women and children welfare, Harish Rao has said that the ANMs can update the health status of each woman and child online with the tab.

To better train the ANMs in using the ANMOL software and tab, the Minister has said that they were also providing two-day workshop to them.

The Minister called upon them to discharge their duties with more responsibility since the government is spending on the health care of the poor.
     
During his visit to Siddipet market, the Marketing Minister has directed the Superintending Engineer, Nageshwar Reddy to complete the construction of an integrated market in Siddipet town within two months from today to bring it into functioning. He asked them to build restrooms to farmers and labourers (hamalis) at the market.

After laying a foundation stone for development works at 8th ward under Siddipet Municipality, Harish Rao promised to the people that they will soon fill Komaticheru and Ranganayaka Cheruvu with Godavari water.