National Aids Control Programme



National Aids Control Programme 


The major challenges identified under NACP-IV include emerging epidemics due to vulnerabilities including migration & injecting drug use, increasing treatment needs, ensuring social protection schemes for people infected and affected with HIV/AIDS through mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS with other ministries, continued stigma & discrimination, and Integration with larger health system. 


Consolidating the gains made during NACP-III, the National AIDS Control Programme Phase-IV(2012-17) was launched  to accelerate the process of reversal and to further strengthen the epidemic response in India through a cautious and well defined integration process over the period 2012-2017 with key strategies of intensifying and consolidating prevention services with a focus on HRG and vulnerable population, increasing access and promoting comprehensive care, support and treatment, expanding IEC services for general population and high risk groups with a focus on behavior change and demand generation, building capacities at national, state and district levels and strengthening the Strategic Information Management System.

The achievements made so far under the NACP-IV are given below:-
National AIDS Control Programme Phase- IV: Achievements
            
S. No
Indicator
2012-13
Target
Achievement
1
New Targeted Interventions established
180
218
2
STI/RTI  patients managed as per national protocol
64.2 lakh
60.33 lakh
3
Blood collection in NACO supported blood bank
NR
NR
4
Proportion of blood units collected by Voluntary blood donation in NACO Supported Blood Banks
90%
84.30%
5
Districts covered under Link Worker Scheme (Cumulative)
163
160
6
Clients tested for HIV (General clients)
130 lakh
104.55 lakh
7
Pregnant Women tested for HIV
90 lakh
82.94 lakh
8
Proportion of HIV+ pregnant Women and Babies who are initiated on Multidrug Antiretroviral regimen
75%
94%
9
HIV-TB Cross Referrals
11 lakh
13.28 lakh
10
New ART Centres established
400 (Cumulative)
400 (Cumulative)
11
PLHIV on ART (Cumulative)
6.40 lakh
6.32 lak h
12
Opportunistic Infections  treated
4.3 lakh
6.08 lakh
13
Campaigns released on Mass Media - TV/Radio
9
10
14
New Red Ribbon Clubs formed in Colleges
500
531
15
Persons trained under Mainstreaming training programmes
6.5 lakh
5.19 lakh
16
Social Marketing of  condoms by NACO contracted  Social Marketing Organizations
35 crore pieces
39.02 crore pieces
17
Free Distribution of Condoms
44.5 crore pieces 
46.17 crore  pieces


S. No
Indicator
2013-14
Target
Achievement
1
New Targeted Interventions established
300
246
2
STI/RTI  patients managed as per national protocol
68 lakh
67.7 lakh
3
Blood collection in NACO supported blood bank
55 lakh
57.48 lakh
4
Proportion of blood units collected by Voluntary blood donation in NACO Supported Blood Banks
80%
84%
5
Districts covered under Link Worker Scheme (Cumulative)
163
161
6
Clients tested for HIV (General clients)
102 lakh
130.30 lakh
7
Pregnant Women tested for HIV
102 lakh
97.52 lakh
8
Proportion of HIV+ pregnant Women and Babies who are initiated on Multidrug Antiretroviral regimen
75%
84%
9
HIV-TB Cross Referrals
12 lakh
14.88 lakh
10
New ART Centres established
420 (Cumulative)
425 (Cumulative)
11
PLHIV on ART (Cumulative)
7.10 lakh
7.68 lakh
12
Opportunistic Infections  treated
2.9 lakh
4.35 lakh
13
Campaigns released on Mass Media - TV/Radio
9
9
14
New Red Ribbon Clubs formed in Colleges
500
800
15
Persons trained under Mainstreaming training programmes
3 lakh
3.75 lakh
16
Social Marketing of  condoms by NACO contracted  Social Marketing Organizations
35 crore pieces
51.62 crore pieces
17
Free Distribution of Condoms
36 crore pieces
32.15 crore pieces

S. No
Indicator
2014-15
Target
Achievement till Oct’ 2014
1
New Targeted Interventions established
220
39*
2
STI/RTI  patients managed as per national protocol
70 lakh
41.1 Lakh
3
Blood collection in NACO supported blood bank
60 lakh
33.16 lakh
4
Proportion of blood units collected by Voluntary blood donation in NACO Supported Blood Banks
75%
82.57%
5
Districts covered under Link Worker Scheme (Cumulative)
163
138
6
Clients tested for HIV (General clients)
118 lakh
68.93 lakh
7
Pregnant Women tested for HIV
118 lakh
51.07 lakh
8
Proportion of HIV+ pregnant Women and Babies who are initiated on Multidrug Antiretroviral regimen
85%
92%
9
HIV-TB Cross Referrals
13 lakh
9.90 lakh
10
New ART Centres established
45
32
11
PLHIV on ART (Cumulative)
8.31 lakh
8.12 lakh
12
Opportunistic Infections  treated
3.0 lakh
1.69 lakh
13
Campaigns released on Mass Media - TV/Radio
8
3
14
New Red Ribbon Clubs formed in Colleges
550
459
15
Persons trained under Mainstreaming training programmes
3.2 lakh
1.58 lakh*
16
Social Marketing of  condoms by NACO contracted  Social Marketing Organizations
44 crore pieces
42.2 crore pieces
17
Free Distribution of Condoms
36 crore pieces 
15.81 crore pieces


The funds earmarked, allocated and utilized for the purpose, State/UT-wise is given below:-

State/UT-wise details of funds allocated, released and expenditure 2012 to 2014 (Sept, 2014)

(Figures In Lakh
State/ UT
2012-13
Allocation
Release
Utilization
Ahmedabad MC ACS                                 
821.73
528.93
520.735
Andaman & Nicobar SACS                           
166.88
121.89
123.687
Andhra Pradesh SACS                              
10307.3
8857.41
9671.8
Arunachal Pradesh SACS                           
915.91
870.2
994.908
Assam SACS                                       
1868.46
1502.16
1653.83
Bihar SACS                                       
2765.41
2132.63
1574.87
Chandigarh SACS                                   
641.34
489.72
578.092
Chhattisgarh SACS                                 
1986.93
1256.88
1356.16
Chennai MCACS                                    
216.06
108.4
146.284
Dadra & Nagar Haveli                             
141.02
139.86
72.8111
Daman & Diu SACS                                 
228.94
116.23
185.113
Delhi SACS                                       
3421.88
2692.49
3133.7
Goa SACS                                         
624.48
507.39
526.065
Gujarat SACS                                     
5160.9
4291.74
4116.65
Haryana SACS                                     
2187.12
1612.76
1602.16
Himachal Pradesh SACS                            
1190.6
888.39
1107.16
Jammu & Kashmir SACS                             
875.73
480.01
485.551
Jharkhand SACS                                   
1798.62
1177.15
1220.17
Karnataka SACS                                   
7592.25
6190.1
6908.66
Kerala SACS                                      
2958.8
2198.91
2805.65
Lakshadweep SACS                                 
25.93
25.6
19.289
Madhya Pradesh SACS                              
3412.17
1728.31
1866.09
Maharashtra SACS                                 
8457.43
7144.18
7551.89
Manipur SACS                                     
2775.3
2224.33
2673.44
Meghalaya SACS                                   
447.57
364.61
402.862
Mizoram SACS                                      
1465.21
1422.29
1461.69
Mumbai MC ACS                                    
2731.66
2336.58
1978.56
Nagaland SACS                                    
2041.51
1951.91
2005.29
Orissa SACS                                      
3041.33
2370.31
2458.16
Pondicherry SACS                                  
782.12
337.94
344.115
Punjab SACS                                      
2454.03
1761.7
1844.95
Rajasthan SACS                                   
3137.16
2747.11
2512.4
Sikkim SACS                                      
535.26
485.62
484.236
Tamil Nadu SACS                                   
8333.89
7008.21
8033.41
Tripura SACS                                     
740.16
538.48
660.47
Uttar Pradesh SACS                               
4804.91
3389.44
3602.34
Uttarakhand SACS                                 
1287.4
1174.35
1173.15
West Bengal SACS                                 
4047.73
2571.32
3382.73
Total
96391.11
75745.54
81239.11


State/ UT
2013-14
Allocation
Release
Utilization
Ahmedabad MC ACS                                 
832.55
414.42
648.4
Andaman & Nicobar SACS                           
191.59
134.91
151.29
Andhra Pradesh SACS                              
11707.93
7500.17
10613.39
Arunachal Pradesh SACS                           
1022.9
980.29
947.31
Assam SACS                                       
2142.96
1795.28
1628.29
Bihar SACS                                       
3194.97
515
1904.51
Chandigarh SACS                                   
709.72
479.41
573.85
Chhattisgarh SACS                                 
2471.99
1001.81
1439.78
Chennai MCACS                                    
266.39
189.813
183.39
Dadra & Nagar Haveli                             
179.77
79.55
69.06
Daman & Diu SACS                                 
298.79
283.07
227.08
Delhi SACS                                       
3048.73
2185.13
2758.51
Goa SACS                                         
597.61
458.024
504.58
Gujarat SACS                                     
6208.52
5103.82
4684.93
Haryana SACS                                     
2453.51
1513.93
1871.23
Himachal Pradesh SACS                            
1638.23
1125.11
1135.5
Jammu & Kashmir SACS                             
1008.04
487.4
755.37
Jharkhand SACS                                   
2060.6
644.49
717.49
Karnataka SACS                                   
8374.4
5180.83
7094.95
Kerala SACS                                      
2960.34
2345.31
2498.79
Lakshadweep SACS                                 
51.12
43.52
24.68
Madhya Pradesh SACS                              
4734.47
905.82
3246.18
Maharashtra SACS                                 
11988.39
7732.55
8732.38
Manipur SACS                                     
2853.85
1983.68
2148.12
Meghalaya SACS                                   
587.74
475.35
518.36
Mizoram SACS                                      
1607.05
1365.42
1533.35
Mumbai MC ACS                                    
2504.58
1501.2
1977.27
Nagaland SACS                                    
2354.21
2144.94
2353.29
Orissa SACS                                      
3695.94
2563.11
2388.69
Pondicherry SACS                                  
436.76
331.15
378.51
Punjab SACS                                      
3019.76
1817.57
2316.88
Rajasthan SACS                                   
4064.08
2168.36
2705.09
Sikkim SACS                                      
583.35
528.41
543.2
Tamil Nadu SACS                                   
8382.02
4359.42
7424.39
Tripura SACS                                     
822.31
670.66
693.77
Uttar Pradesh SACS                               
6476.26
3578.71
4058.41
Uttarakhand SACS                                 
1610.68
1406.2
1250.37
West Bengal SACS                                 
5363.59
3065.83
3354.94
Total
112505.7
69059.7
86055.58

State/ UT
2014-15
Allocation
Release
Utilization
Ahmedabad MC ACS                                 
710.44

17.89
Andaman & Nicobar SACS                           
207.29
133.48
21.59
Andhra Pradesh SACS                              
11449.54
10317.17
1640.66
Arunachal Pradesh SACS                           
1181.86
1102
217.65
Assam SACS                                       
2503.81
1782.82
281.46
Bihar SACS                                       
4129.73
1241.17
225.66
Chandigarh SACS                                   
865.52
596.45
270.66
Chhattisgarh SACS                                 
2831.78
2006.13
94.93
Chennai MCACS                                    
90.02

0
Dadra & Nagar Haveli                             
124.98

27.06
Daman & Diu SACS                                 
319.16
179.09
40.45
Delhi SACS                                       
4447.68
1826.66
424.11
Goa SACS                                         
755.56
272.85
92.04
Gujarat SACS                                     
7093.63
4269.77
1196.56
Haryana SACS                                     
2922.51
1571.12
210.09
Himachal Pradesh SACS                            
1764.97
612.75
82.59
Jammu & Kashmir SACS                             
1282.73
797.77
87.15
Jharkhand SACS                                   
2431.93
1304.08
406.42
Karnataka SACS                                   
9664.22
9098.93
649.89
Kerala SACS                                      
3593
2449.02
625.85
Lakshadweep SACS                                 
25.52
6.08
10.23
Madhya Pradesh SACS                              
5560.53
4361.54
393.37
Maharashtra SACS                                 
13012.02
11105.69
1372.25
Manipur SACS                                     
3001.39
1961.36
290.72
Meghalaya SACS                                   
739
608.68
188.02
Mizoram SACS                                      
1847.77
1572.3
504.52
Mumbai MC ACS                                    
3071.46
2096.27
434.85
Nagaland SACS                                    
2450.25
2214.39
172.65
Orissa SACS                                      
4217.08
2039.49
514.02
Pondicherry SACS                                  
478.19
327.89
140.98
Punjab SACS                                      
3788.94
2309.49
408.51
Rajasthan SACS                                   
5146.45
2000.39
881.64
Sikkim SACS                                      
614.24
518.6
207.23
Tamil Nadu SACS                                   
9207.55
6926.41
1203.76
Tripura SACS                                     
947.15
818.88
180.21
Uttar Pradesh SACS                               
8896.28
3225.33
951
Uttarakhand SACS                                 
1828.82
1010.77
139.3
West Bengal SACS                                 
5353.33
3029.01
887.18
Total
128556.4
85693.83
15493.14

National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) has been functioning under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare ever since its inception. Therefore the question of merger with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare does not arise. However on creation of Department of AIDS Control (DAC) in 2008, NACO was placed under DAC. As Department of AIDS Control (DAC) has since been omitted from the First Schedule of the Government of India (Allocation of Business) Rules, 1961 vide notification dated 6th August, 2014, by the same notification, the Second Schedule of the Allocation of Business Rules has also been amended and “National AIDS Control Organization (NACO)” has been inserted under “Department of Health & Family Welfare”.
The National AIDS Control Organization continues to implement National AIDS Control Programme as per the approved strategies and objectives of reduction of new HIV infection and provision of Care Support and Treatment for people living with HIV.

To the knowledge of this Department, there is no such opposition or proposal from any health activists or stakeholders. Efforts for prevention and control of HIV/AIDS would continue even after completion of NACP-IV.

The MoS, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, ShriShripadYessoNaikstated this in a written reply in the LokSabha here today.
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