As per recommendations of MoHFW, GoI, a Revised Training Strategy for ASHAs has been adopted by the State with effect from 1st September 2012.
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GOVERNMENT OF WEST BENGAL
HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE DEPARTMENT
NATIONAL RURAL HEALTH MISSION
GN-29, SECTOR – V, SALT LAKE
KOLKATA – 700091
Memo No: HFW/NRHM-186/2010/1834, Dated: 23.07.2012
From: Dilip Ghosh, IAS
State Mission Director (NRHM) & Secretary to Govt. of West Bengal.
To: 1. CMOH, ………………………… District.
Sub: Revised Training Strategy for ASHAs
This has reference to the training of ASHAs in the 1st five rounds which has been going on in the districts. In this context, it may be noted that as per recommendations of MoHFW, GoI, the entire training strategy for ASHAs has been revisited and redesigned by the State. It has now been decided that an orientation training will replace the 1st five rounds of ASHA training, after which, the ASHAs will gradually get inducted into the 6th and 7th modules training.
It may hence be noted that all on-going trainings are being discontinued with effect from 31st July 2012. The new training strategy will be effective on and from 1st September 2012. A detailed guideline in this regard will follow soon.
Sd/- Dilip Ghosh
State Mission Director (NRHM) & Secretary to Govt. of West Bengal
No: HFW/NRHM-186/2010/1834 dated 23.07.2012