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Proj Report for MCC Charitable Hospital at Agra

Proj Report for MCC Charitable Hospital at Agra

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DETAILED PROJECT REPORT (DPR) FOR CONSTRUCTION OF‘MOTHER CHILD CARE CHARITABLEHOSPITALBYMOTHER CHILD CARE INSTITUTE(MCCI)ATAGRA(UTTAR PRADESH),INDIA
GENISIS
1.The Mother Child Care Institute (MCCI) is registered under Indian Society RegistrationAct1860which works to improve the lives of mothers and children in local communities by implementingprogrammes focused on health, nutrition, education, and sustainable skills training. As aNonProfit independent organization,MCCIwork with underprivilegedcommunities regardless of their color,creed, race, cast or gender
.
MCCIhas taken an initiative in this field by proposing toopen a‘Mother Child CareCharitable Hospital’for under privileged atAgra(Uttar Pradesh)as apart of 
ProjectArogya’
.2.The underprivileged children which are malnourished have lowered immunity to infection andare more likely to suffer from common childhood ailments such as anemia, diarrhoeal diseasesand acute respiratory infections. Those who survive may be lockedinto a vicious cycle of recurring sickness and faltering growth, often with irreversible damage to their cognitive andsocial development.3.Community support ofMCCIis outstanding. We have an excellent Community Advisory Councilof over 40 community members including parents, health care providers, social service agencyrepresentatives,Doctorsand otherhospitalrepresentatives.
SCOPE OF PROJECT
4.
Child Survival and Safe Motherhood.
A specific Child Survival and Safe Motherhood (CSSM)programme which was launched in 1992-93 with the financial assistance of World Bank andUNICEF, ensures effective ante-natal care, safe delivery, immunization of mother and infant,control of diarrhoeal diseases and respiratory infections, nutritional education and provision of basic medical care.5.Even after decades of freedom, India is struggling to provide basic health services to its people.According to government sources, in India 45 children die every hour due to respiratoryinfections. 1 child dies every 2 minutes due to diarrhoea. And annually, about 2 million childrenunder 5 years of agediedue to preventable diseases.6.The situation calls for timely care and diagnosis which can reduce the incidence of morbidity andmortality especially among childrenand women.‘Mother Child CareCharitable Hospital’ isonesuch special initiative to provide health care services to meet the immediate health care needsof the marginalized community in remote rural areas and slums through stand alone camps.‘Mother Child CareCharitable Hospital’ sponsored by MCCIorganizescustomized health campsoffering comprehensive health servicescurative, preventive, promotive, referral &
 
2consultative, to a large number of peoplein selected intervention areas.‘Mother Child CareCharitable Hospital’aimsat reaching out to maximumpopulacein limitedtime and expects to improve the health seeking behavior among the community. Theuniqueness of the model lies in its comprehensive approach where health promotion andprevention are given equal importance while curative care is administered.7.
Save Girl Child & StopFemaleFeticide.
How sad, many girls missing from our country are found buried in some graveyard....
India is growing dynamically in everyfield. Today, theboom ineconomy, innovative technologies and improved infrastructure has become nation’spride. The country has witnessed advancements in all fields but bias against a girl child is stillprevailing in the country. Female feticide and infanticide is not the only issues with a girl child inIndia. At every stage of life she is discriminated and neglected for basicnutrition, education andlivingstandard.We all are proud citizens of India. The need of hour is to realize ourresponsibilities and give a halt to thisevil crime. What can we do to curb the brutal andundesirable practice of mass killing girls? A determined drive initiated by Mother Child CareInstitute by means ofspark to light the lamp and show the world that we all are part of thegreatMother India.All the girl child deliveries at proposed “
Mother Child Care CharitibleHospital”
will be done absolutely free of cost as a part of noble cause and service to themankind.
LOCATION OF THE PROJECT & AREA OF LAND
8.TheProposed
MCC Charitable Hospital
is located at Alkapuri which is in Dayal Bag North of Historic City of Agra inRepublic of India. The dimension of the land which is readily available and freefrom any incumbenciesisas under:-(a)Ist PlotPlot No 6 of 225 Sq Yds.(b)2nd PlotPlot No 7 of 225 Sq Yds.(c)3rd PlotExtra Land of 100 Sq Yds.9.The location is foursidesopen and offers excellent avenues for a Charitible Hospital as there isno Charitible Hospital in that location.Built up area around the proposed loc facilitates all basic facilitiesviz. Road,Electricity etc.
PATIENT’SCAPACITY
10.The capacity of thePatientunder
‘ProjectArogya’
will be as under:-(a)Out Door Patient Department for approx 200 patients per day.(b)50 Bed Hospitals for In Door Patient Department.
 
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MODE OF OPERATION
11.Mother Child Care Institutespromotes and advocates &better healthfor all amongunderprivileged children, establish the process to embrace these children into state mainstreamin a progressive manner, facilitate themto emerge as productive assets, and set the foundationforbetter Mother Child Care for population stabilization. This can be achieved only when charitybegins at home and maximumpersonsare providedquality health servicesfree of cost.12.The following mode of operation is suggested:-(a)All the patients will be provided with quality health services at nominal charges of Rs 30.00(b)Minor Operation will be carried out at the cost of Rs 500.00(c)Major Operation will be carried out the cost of Rs 1000.00
APPROXIMATE ESTIMATE OF THE PROJECT
13.The approximate estimate is sub divided into two parts Capital Head and Revenue Head. TheCapital Head expenditure is the one time requirement which is required to create the infrastructure andrevenue head expenditure is required for sustaining the
‘ProjectArogya’
.14.The detailed calculationisas perAppendix.The details of estimated expenditure are as under:-(a)Capital Head-
Rs23,48,255,55
(b)Revenue Head-
Rs44,16,000
15.Grand Total Expenditure(Capital OneTime & Revenue For First Year) isof 
Rs23,92,41,555.00( RupeesTwenty ThreeCroresNinety TwoLakhsFortyOneThousandFiveHundredFifty FiveOnly)LAYOUT OF THE PROJECT
16.The layout of the projectwill be as perfloor planmade by the Architect.The broadrequirements areas under:-All basic amenities of a modernhospital.TwoHigh Standard ofOperation Theater.High Standard ofin Bed Facility:approx 40 rooms (expansion plan)Indoorcatering for the patientAccommodationforRelative Accompanying thepatientsfor approx50pers(as part of expansion plan)

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