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1 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) Percentage of Women (15-49) have misconceptions about transmission of TB N

2 Percentage of Women (15-49) heard about TB and believe that it can be cured N Source: NFHS-3 ( )

3 Percentage of households that do not generally use government health facilities N Source: NFHS-3 ( )

4 N Reason for Households not using Govt. Health Facility

5 N Source: NFHS-3 ( )

6 Percentage of women(15-49) who had three or more ANC visits N

7 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) Percentage women(15-49) who received all recommended types of ANC N

8 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) Women (15-49) received Antenatal care by Doctors in recent live birth N

9 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Women (15-49) received Antenatal care by ANM/LHV in recent live birth

10 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Women (15-49) received two TT injection during pregnancy in their most recent live birth

11 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Women (15-49) who given or bought IFA during pregnancy in their most recent live birth

12 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of births delivered in a health facility during the five year preceding the survey

13 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of deliveries assisted by health Personnel the five year preceding the survey

14 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of deliveries with a postnatal check-up within two days of birth

15 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) Percentage use of contraception by married Women (15-49) - Urban N

16 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage use of contraception by married Women (15-49) - Rural

17 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage use of contraception by married Women (15-49) - Total

18 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of live births whose birth weight was reported among the live birth during the five year preceding the survey

19 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of births weight < 2.5 kg. among the live birth during the five year preceding the survey

20 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of births weight >= 2.5 kg. among the live birth during the five year preceding the survey

21 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Among last-born children who were ever breastfed started breastfeeding within half hour of birth

22 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) Percentage of Children(12-23) who received basic vaccination Note : BCG, measles, and three doses each of DPT and polio vaccine (excluding polio vaccine given at birth). N

23 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of children age months who received BCG vaccines at any time before the survey

24 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of children age months who received Polio vaccines at any time before the survey

25 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of children age months who received Measles vaccines at any time before the survey

26 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of children under five with symptoms of ARI in the two weeks preceding the survey

27 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of children with diarrhoea taken to a health provider in the two weeks preceding the survey

28 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of women(15-49) who know about ORS packets

29 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of anaemic children age (6-59) months (<11.0 g/dl)

30 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of Children age (6-59) months living in households using adequately iodized salt

31 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) N Percentage of living children under six received food supplements from an AWC in the 12 months preceding the survey

32 Source: NFHS-3,p:333 ( ) N Percentage of women age (15-49) who have heard of AIDS

33 Source: NFHS-3,p:333 ( ) N Percentage of men age (15-49) who have heard of AIDS

34 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) Women’s participation in decision making of own health care (%) N

35 Source: NFHS-3 ( ) Percentage women who have money that they can decide how to use N


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