‘AROGYA THARAKAM’NRHM Health Quiz - 2012
The experience of this program teaches us the importance and necessity for carrying it forward in subsequent years, so that the program could develop in future into as a very effective tool for mass education on important health and public health lessons. The four thousand student participants will form a permanent panel of youth educators/ leaders in public health education in future. These youngsters will be frequently contacted and built into a team for peer learning and source for feedback for formulating future mass contact programmes of NRHM. The competition was conducted in all 14 districts jointly by district NRHM, Health Services, Education Department with the support of C-Dit and a reputed professional agency. The entire programme was conceived and executed meticulously and with full involvement of various related departments so that the Common Review Mission team of Govt. of India during their visit commented on it as an example for effective convergence between departments for a public cause.