Express Healthcare
Home  »  News  »  West Bengal CM announces financial incentives for trained Honorary Health Workers

West Bengal CM announces financial incentives for trained Honorary Health Workers

0 79
Read Article

Around 6,500 HHWs will be benefitted by this initiative

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee announced a package of financial incentives for the trained Honorary Health Workers (HHW) providing services in urban areas.

In a series of tweets, CM Banerjee informed about the announcement.

“As part of our continued efforts to make primary healthcare in urban areas more robust, I, on behalf of the Government of West Bengal, am pleased to introduce a package of financial incentives for the trained Honorary Health Workers (HHW) providing services in urban areas,” she tweeted.

She said that around 6,500 HHWs will be benefitted by this initiative. 

“These HHWs will be specially trained so as to further intensify our focus on the care of pregnant women, infants, immunisation, elimination of TB and other such diseases through household visits. Around 6,500 HHWs will be benefitted by this initiative starting July 1, 2020,” she said in the tweet. 

 

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Attend an exclusive webinar to know more about biomarkers in diagnosis & therapy management of heart failure.
Register Now
close-image
 Introducing Smart Autoinjector: Changing the paradigm of usability, cost & size
Know More?
close-image
Want to know more about "Omic's" and it's relevance?
Register Now
close-image