TALLI BIDDA EXPRESS: AP CM FLAGS OFF 500 VEHICLES TO HELP IN TRANSPORTING NEW MOTHERS FROM HOSPITALS TO HOME




HIGHLIGHTS-

• The Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has introduced 500 YSR Thalli Bidda express vehicles.
• It is launched with the aim that no mother and child face difficulty in reaching their homes after delivery.

Andhra Pradesh’s government has begun a massive initiative to securely and comfortably bring mothers home after giving birth at the 
Government Hospital. The Chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has introduced 500 YSR Thalli Bidda express vehicles for this cause. The talli bidda express is launched with the aim that no mother and child face difficulty in reaching their homes after delivery.

Talli Bidda express to help the mothers

Every year, an average of four lakh births take place in the state’s 1,057 government hospitals. A 108 vehicle transports pregnant ladies over a month old from their homes to the hospital. Free medical services and WHO-certified medications are provided by the government. Thalli Bidda express vehicles with centralized 102 call center services have been assigned based on the number of deliveries in the respective hospitals.

App to securely move the mother and child

A unique app has been developed for coordinating between hospital nurses and vehicle drivers while moving a mother home. Details of each birth at the hospital are logged on the Maternal and Child Care Portal. These data are entered into the app, and steps are taken to securely and comfortably move the babysitter home.

GPS to securely move mother and infant

After shifting the infant and the mother into the vehicle and also while dropping her off at the house, the driver must upload a picture to the app. To enhance mother and child safety, all vehicles will be equipped with a GPS tracking system. After childbirth, the government also pays the mother Rs 5,000 for various needs under the Dr. YSR Aarogya Asara.
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