Siddipet: Irrigation Minister, T Harish Rao has said that ANMOL (Auxiliary Nurse Midwifes Online) would help the ANMs, the female health workers working at grass root level, to update the health record of each and every person. During a training programme on how to use ANMOL, android based and tablet based application, the Minister has said that the health workers would instantly update the key health indicators of each and every person at village level.
Addressing the ANMs after launching ANMOL app in Siddipet here on Wednesday, the Minister has said that Telangana would be the second State to make the work of ANMs online after Madhya Pradesh in the entire country. Commissioner of Health and Family Welfare, Vakati Karuna has said termed the launching of ANMOL as the first step towards creating digital health cards of every citizen in the State. Saying it is right time to launch such service when thee whole world was talking about the digitalisation of every service, the Commissioner has said that the Application would help them to monitor the health status of pregnant woman, infants and all other citizens.
Stating that the ANMOL would also help them to scrap the arduous way of maintaining paper based records, Karuna has said that they would soon scrap the age old practice of paper based work in health and family welfare department. The health and family welfare department had imparted training engaging experts on the use of the ANMOL Application in Siddipet on Wednesday.
CMRF cheques worth 10 lakh distributed
Siddipet: Irrigation Minister, T Harish Rao has distributed CMRF (Chief Minister Relief Fund) Cheques worth Rs 10.17 lakh to 43 beneficiaries in Siddipet town during a programme on Wednesday.
The Minister has said that the Telangana government is always ready to extend support to the poor and needy. The Minister asked the people those who are in need to, knock at his door at any time.