Aganwadi Employees participate in Growth Monitoring Camp

Aganwadi Employees participate in Growth Monitoring Camp

A Growth Monitoring Training Camp was started today at Udaipur’s Avrimata Slum Colony. The objective of the camp is to monitor the physical growth and nutrition level of children between 6 months to 5-year-old.

 
Aganwadi Employees participate in Growth Monitoring Camp

A Growth Monitoring Training Camp was started today at Udaipur’s Avrimata Slum Colony. The objective of the camp is to monitor the physical growth and nutrition level of children between 6 months to 5-year-old.

The camp is organized by the Department of Women and Child Development, Government of Rajasthan. For next seven days, the camp will be organized at different places around the district.

Shweta Fagadia, Head of Department of Women and Child Development (Udaipur) said that employees of the entire 149 Aganwadis of Udaipur city has participated in the training camp. It is an annual practice conducted by the government.

Aganwadi Employees participate in Growth Monitoring Camp

All records of the children’s health recorded in previous year are compared in the present year and if any child found unhealthy, then the Malnutrition Training Center (MTC), a Unit located at MB Hospital provides medicinal assistance to the child.

Shweta Fagadia said that children who are found to be under weight or over weight, their parents are provided counseling. There are 2740 Aganwadi in the district and the training camp will cover all aganwadi employees.

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