State Fact Sheet Maharashtra

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State Fact Sheet 

Maharashtra 

 

 

 

(2012-13)

 

 

 

 

 

International institute for population sciences 

(Deemed University)

 

Mumbai

District Level Household and 

Facility Survey -4  

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare 



Introduction 

Three rounds of District Level Household and Facility Survey (DLHS) have been undertaken by the Ministry of 

Health and Family Welfare, Government of India  in the past (Round- I in 1998-99, Round-II in 2002-04, and 

Round-III in 2007-08) with the main objective to provide reproductive and child health related database at district 

level in India.  The data from these surveys have been useful in setting the benchmarks and examining the progress 

the country has made after the implementation of RCH programme. In addition, the evidence generated by these 

surveys have also been useful for the   monitoring and evaluation of ongoing programmes and planning of suitable 

strategies by the central and state governments.  In view of the completion of six years of National Rural Health 

Mission (2005-12), there was a felt need to focus on the achievements and improvements so far. The Ministry of 

Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, therefore initiated the process of conducting DLHS-4 during 

2012-2013 and has designated the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS) as the nodal agency to 

carry out the survey.  

Bilingual questionnaires in the local language and English pertaining to Households and Ever Married Women (age 

15-49 years) were canvassed by using Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI). In DLHS-4 Clinical, 

Anthropometric and Bio-Chemical (CAB) tests were also carried out in all selected households. The village and 

health facilities were canvassed using printed questionnaires. In the household questionnaire, information on all 

members of the household and socio-economic characteristics of the household, assets possessed, number of 

marriages and deaths in the household since January 2008, etc. were collected. The ever-married women’s 

questionnaire contained information on women’s characteristics, maternal care, immunization and childcare, 

contraception and fertility preferences, reproductive health including knowledge about HIV/AIDS. The village 

questionnaire contained information on availability of health, education and other facilities in the village, and 

whether the facilities are accessible throughout the year. The health facility questionnaire contained information on 

human resources, infrastructure, and services. For the first time, a population-linked facility survey has been 

conducted in DLHS-4. All Community Health Centres (CHCs), District Hospitals and Sub Divisional Hospitals 

were covered. Further, all Sub-Health Centres and Primary Health Centres (PHCs) which serve the population of 

the  selected  PSUs  were  also  covered.  Fieldwork  in  Maharashtra  was  conducted  during  January  to  October 

2013,  gathering  information  from  52,883

 

households,  45,6

90

 

ever  married  women  and  also  from  2,165  health 

facilities. 

This fact sheet gives information on the key indicators and trends for the state of Maharashtra. A separate fact sheet 

is available for each of the 35 districts of the state.  

Maharashtra- Key Indicators

 

Indicators 

DLHS-4 (2012-13) 

 

DLHS-3 (2007-08)

TOTAL

RURAL  URBAN    TOTAL RURAL URBAN

Sample Size 

Households surveyed .................................................................................................................. 52,883 29,015 23,868  37,716 26,370  11346 

Ever married women age15-49 years .........................................................................................

 

45,6

90

 25,08


8

 20,


602

  34,920 24,581 10,339 

Currently married women age 15-49  years interviewed .............................................................

 

42,93

8

 23,59


6

 19,3


42

  32,587 22,945 9,642 

Population and household profile

 

Percentage of population literate age 7+ years ...........................................................................

83.7 

78.3 90.3  74.7 69.9  86.0 

Percentage of population below age 15 years ............................................................................

25.0 


25.6 24.3  28.8 29.5  27.1 

Mean household size ...................................................................................................................

4.7 4.8 4.7  5.2 5.2  5.1 

Sex ratio at birth (Males per 100 Females) .................................................................................

104 104 104  102 101  105 

Percentage of households 

Having electricity .........................................................................................................................

95.8 93.4 98.7 

 77.6 69.8  95.9 

Improved source of drinking water

1

 .............................................................................................

94.5 

91.3 


98.4 

81.7 


74.8 

97.7 


Having access to improved toilet facility ......................................................................................

60.


7

 43.


1

 81.


9

 

 47.4 32.5  82.1 

Use clean fuel for cooking

2

 ..........................................................................................................

50.9 

25.6 


81.3 

27.7 10.6  67.5 

Marriage  

Mean age at marriage for girls (marriages that occurred during the reference period) ...............

20.1 

19.3 


21.2 

19.3 


18.9 

20.6 


Mean age at marriage for boys (marriages that occurred during the reference period) ..............

25.1 


24.6 

25.8 


24.2 

24.0 


25.7 

Percentage of currently married women married below age 18 years (marriages that 

occurred during the reference period) .........................................................................................

12.0 14.0  9.3 

 17.6 20.0  11.4 

Percentage of currently married men married below age 21 years (marriages that occurred 

during the reference period) ........................................................................................................

9.3 11.0  6.9 

 12.4 14.4  7.2 

Characteristics of women (%) 

Currently married women who are illiterate .................................................................................

19.8 26.9 11.9  29.6 35.4  15.4 

Currently married women with 10 or more years of schooling ....................................................

43.4 

31.0 


57.1 

23.3 15.7  38.3 

Fertility (%) 

Births to women aged 15-19 years out of total births

3

 .................................................................

4.8 

5.7 


3.7 

9.7 


11.3 

5.4 


Women aged 20-24 years reporting birth order of 2 & above .....................................................

37.5 


38.9 

35.2 


50.9 52.3  46.7 

Women aged 15-49 years who reported birth order of 3 & above ..............................................

19.6 

19.7 


19.5 

26.8 27.1  26.0 

Women with two children wanting no more children ...................................................................

67.2 


60.9 

71.7  


66.8 

58.9 


78.0 

Mean no. of children ever born to women age 40-49 years ........................................................

2.7 

2.9 


2.6 

3.5 3.7  3.3 

Current use of Family Planning Methods (%) 

Any method .................................................................................................................................

66.

9  6

8

.

3

 6

5

.

3

 

 63.8 63.8  63.8 

Any modern method ....................................................................................................................

65.


7

 67.


5

 63.


8

 

 62.6 62.9  62.1 

Female sterilization ......................................................................................................................

53.


9

 59.


4

 47.


8

 

 51.5 54.6  44.1 

Male sterilization ..........................................................................................................................

1.4 1.8 


1.0

 

 2.6 3.2  0.9 

Pill ................................................................................................................................................

1.7 1.2 2.

3

   2.3 1.4  4.3 

IUD ..............................................................................................................................................

1.

6

 0.8 2.

4

 

 2.3 1.4  4.3 

Condom .......................................................................................................................................

6.

9  

4.1

 

10.1

 

 4.7 2.8  9.2 

Any traditional method .................................................................................................................

1.1


 

0.8


 1.

5

 

 1.1 0.9  1.7 

Unmet Need for Family Planning (%) 

Total unmet need

4

 .......................................................................................................................

19.0 

17.7 20.4  14.2 13.5  16.0 

Unmet Need for spacing ..............................................................................................................

10.8 10.8 10.7 

6.3  6.7  5.4 

Unmet Need for limiting ...............................................................................................................

8.2 6.9 9.7  7.9 6.8 10.6 

Ever use of Emergency Contraceptive Pills (ECP) .....................................................................

0.9 

0.7 


1.0 0.7 

0.5 


1.2 

Includes pipe water into dwelling, piped to yard/plot, public tap/standpipe/hand pump/tube well/bore well/well covered/protected spring, tanker/truck, cart with small 

tank/drum and packaged/bottled water.

LPG/PNG/Electricity/Biogas,

DLHS-4 reference period is from 1-1-2008 to survey date; DLHS-3 reference period is from 

1-1-2004 to survey date.  

Unmet need for spacing

 includes fecund women who are neither pregnant nor amenorrhea, who are not using any method of family planning, and say they want to 

wait two or more years for their next birth. It also includes fecund women who are not using any method of family planning, and say they are unsure whether they 

want another child or who want another child but are unsure when to have the birth. 

Unmet need for limiting

 includes fecund women who are neither pregnant nor amenorrhea, who are not using any method of family planning, and who want no 

more children. 

4

Total unmet need refers to unmet need for limiting and spacing (These definitions are similar to NFHS-3). 



Maharashtra- Key Indicators

 

Indicators 

DLHS-4 (2012-13) 

DLHS-3 (2007-08) 

TOTAL RURAL URBAN 

TOTAL  RURAL URBAN 

Quality of Family Planning Services (%) 

Non-users ever advised by health personnel to adopt any family planning method .................

38.7 

39.0 


38.4 

18.2 


18.1 

18.6 


Current users told about side effects of method .......................................................................

17.0 


16.4 17.7 

17.5 16.9 19.2 

Users who received follow-up services for sterilization and IUD within 48 hours  ....................

84.4 


83.6 

85.6 


86.1 

86.0 


86.6 

Post-partum adoption of family planning for sterilization  ..........................................................

88.4 

87.8 


89.2 

61.1 60.2 63.6 

Antenatal Care (women who had last live/still birth during reference period) (%) 

Pregnant women who received any antenatal check-up ...........................................................

93.6 

91.9 


95.5 

91.8 90.1 96.1 

Pregnant women who had antenatal check-up in first trimester ...............................................

 67.9


 

65

.

5

 

7

0

.

5

 

61.6 57.9 70.9 

Pregnant women who had three or more ANC visits ................................................................

  77


.

9

 

74

.6 


8

1.

6

 

74.5 70.6 84.3 

Pregnant women who had at least one tetanus toxoid injection ...............................................

 

9

0

.

6

 

88

.

9

 

9

2

.

5

 

89.6 87.6 94.6 

Pregnant women whose Blood Pressure (BP) taken ................................................................

  76


.

9

 

74

.

8

 

79

.

2

 

74.0 68.5 87.9 

Pregnant women who had blood tested (Hb) ............................................................................

79.1


76

.

1

 

8

2

.4 

74.5* 69.0* 88.

2

*  Pregnant women whose abdomen examined ...........................................................................

 

5

4

.

1

 

5

0

.

8

 

58

.

0

 

71.1 66.3 82.7 

Pregnant women who consumed 100 or more  IFA Tablets/Syrup equivalent .........................

  42.5

  41

.

8

 

43.3

 

45.7 

46.8 

43.0 


Pregnant women who had full antenatal care

5

 ..........................................................................

  37

.

3

 

35

.

8

 

39

.

0

 

33.9 32.7 37.1 

Delivery Care (women who had live/still birth during reference period) (%) 

Institutional delivery ...................................................................................................................

92.0 88.7 95.6 

63.6 54.1 87.3 

Delivery at government health institutions.................................................................................

48.8 56.2 40.3 

28.9 

26 .

5

 

34

.

8

 

Delivery at private health institutions .........................................................................................

43.2 32.5 55.

3

  34.7 27.6 52.5 

Delivery by Caesarean section at government health institutions .............................................

4.3 


3.8 

4.8 


3.1 

2.4 5.0 


Delivery by Caesarean section at private health institutions .....................................................

11.3 


6.8 

16.4


7.0 

4.9 


12.4

Delivery at home .......................................................................................................................

7.7 10.9  4.0 

35.8 45.1 12.5 

Delivery at home conducted by skilled health personnel

(out of total deliveries) .....................

4.0 

5.6 


2.1 

5.9 


7.1 

2.8 


Mothers who received post-natal care within 48 hours of Institutional delivery  .......................

  83.2


 

81.8


 

8

4

.

7

 

7

8

.

0

 

7

3

.

8

 8

7

.

7

 

Mothers who received post-natal care within two weeks of Institutional delivery ......................

86.2

 

8

4

.

6

 

8

7

.

9

 

83.2

 

80

.

3

 

90

.1 


Delivery attended by skilled health personnel ...........................................................................

95.9 


94.3 97.7 

69.5 61.2 90.1 

Discharge of mothers from institution after minimum stay of 48 hours .....................................

60.5 


56.0 

65.3 


NA NA NA 

Out of pocket expenditure per delivery in public health facility(Rs. in 000+) .............................

1.84 

1.58 


2.24 

NA NA NA 

Percentage of women who received JSY benefits

 

Home delivery ...........................................................................................................................

8.8 10.9  2.5 

9.5 10.3  1.7 

Institutional delivery ...................................................................................................................

17.6 23.1 11.6 

5.8 7.6 3.1 

Percentage of Women who had 

Any Pregnancy complication

7

 ....................................................................................................

30.9 

29.8 


32.1 

58.2 56.9 61.5 

Any Delivery complication

7

 ........................................................................................................

19.0 

18.3 


19.9 

65.0 65.2 64.4 

Any Post-delivery complication

7

 ................................................................................................

11.8 

10.9 


12.8 

38.7 40.1 35.1 

Problem of vaginal discharge during last three months ............................................................

4.5 


4.6 

4.3 


9.0 8.7 8.5 

Menstrual related problems during last three months** ............................................................

9.2 

9.4 


9.0 

25.1 25.5 24.3 

Percentage of pregnancy resulted in 

Live Birth ...................................................................................................................................

94.4 94.9 93.7 

90.9 92.1 90.6 

Still Birth ....................................................................................................................................

1.0 1.2 0.9 

1.4 1.5 1.2 

Induced abortion ........................................................................................................................

1.9 1.4 2.4 

2.8 1.9 3.8 

Spontaneous abortion ...............................................................................................................

2.7 2.5 2.9 

4.4 4.4 4.5 

Child Immunization (%) (Children  age 12-23 months)

 

Number of children.................................................................................................................... 3,259 1,869 1,390 

3111  2284 

827 


Received full vaccination

8

 .........................................................................................................

66.2 

66.7 


65.3 

69.1 


67.8 72.7 

Not received any vaccination  ...................................................................................................

1.7 1.8 1.5 

1.1 1.2 0.7 

Received BCG vaccine  ............................................................................................................

95.6 95.4 95.7 

95.7 85.4 96.6 

Received 3 doses of DPT vaccine  ...........................................................................................

80.7 81.5 80.0 

79.0 78.0 81.6 

Received 3 doses of polio vaccine  ..........................................................................................

83.7 84.9 82.3 

86.3 85.2 89.1 

Received measles vaccine  ......................................................................................................

86.1 86.9 85.1 

84.5 84.3 85.1 

Children (age 9-35 months) received at least one dose of vitamin A supplement in last 6 

months  ................................................................................................................................... 

84.7 85.0 84.4 

70.5 69.9 72.0 

.

5 Full ANC: At least three visits for antenatal check-up, one TT injection received and 100 IFA tablets or adequate amount of syrup consumed. 

6

Doctor/ANM/Nurse/midwife/LHV/Other health personnel, 

 7 

Women who had their last live/still birth since 1-1-2008. 

8

 BCG, 3-injection of DPT, 3 doses of Polio 

(excluding polio zero) and Measles. * Any type of blood tested  

** Excludes pregnant, in amenorrhea, in menopause, had hysterectomy and ever menstruated women 



 

 

Maharashtra- Key Indicators

 

Indicators 

DLHS-4 (2012-13) 

 

DLHS-3 (2007-08)

TOTAL RURAL  URBAN    TOTAL RURAL URBAN

Child feeding practices (based on last-born child in the reference period) (%) 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Children age 0-5 months exclusively breastfed

9

 ..........................................................................  

69.3 

70.0 


68.4   

54.1 


53.4 

52.4 


Children age 6-9 months receiving solid/semi-solid food and breast milk .................................... 

 

47.7 48.1 47.2 

 46.6  45.8 48.8 

Children age 12-23 months receiving breast feeding along with complementary feeding** 

55.9 

53.5 


58.9  

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Children age 6-35 months exclusively breastfed for at least 6 months ........................................ 

 

37.6 36.1 37.6 

 34.7  35.7 32.2 

Children under 3 years breastfed within one hour of birth ............................................................  

71.2 

72.8 69.1 

 53.1  53.4 52.4 

Birth Weight (%) (age below 36 months) 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Percentage of Children weighed at birth ......................................................................................  91.9 89.8 94.4 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Percentage of Children with low birth weight (out of those who weighed) ( below 2.5 kg) ..........  

12.8 12.5 13.1 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Awareness about Diarrhoea (%)

 

 

   

 

 

 

Women know about  what to do when a child gets  diarrhoea .....................................................  

72.6 

67.7 


78.0  

 

75.0 


72.4 

81.2 


Awareness about ARI (%)

 

 

   

 

 

 

Women aware about danger signs of ARI

10

 ................................................................................. 

 

52.2 46.2 58.9 

 

29.2 25.7 37.5 

Treatment of childhood diseases (based on last two surviving children born during the 

reference period) (%) 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prevalence of diarrhoea in last 2 weeks for children under 5 years.............................................  

6.9 

7.1 


6.6   

19.1 


20.1 

19.2 


Children with diarrhoea in the last 2 weeks and received ORS

11

 ................................................. 

 

66.9 65.5 66.9 

 

44.2 

42.7 

48.3 


Children with diarrhoea in the last 2 weeks given Zinc along with ORS ......................................  

57.1 56.3 58.1 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Children with diarrhoea in the last 2 weeks and sought advice/treatment ...................................  

78.2 


76.7 

80.0   


77.9 

77.1 


80.2 

Prevalence of ARI in last 2 weeks for children under 5 years ..................................................  

8.9 

9.3 


8.5   

12.0 12.6 10.5 

Children with acute respiratory infection or fever in last 2 weeks and sought advice/treatment... 

84.7 84.9 84.5 

 

84.6 82.7 90.0 

Awareness of RTI/STI and HIV/AIDS (%) 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Women who have heard of RTI/STI .............................................................................................  

19.6 14.6 25.2 

 

27.5 


24.5 

34.7 


Women who have heard of HIV/AIDS .......................................................................................... 

 

60.3 50.7 70.9 

 

71.2 64.3 87.7 

Women who have any symptoms of RTI/STI  ..............................................................................  

14.0 


14.7 13.3 

 

18.7 19.8 16.1 

Women who know the place to go for testing of HIV/AIDS

12

 .......................................................  

69.2 

65.7 


71.9  

 

63.0 58.6 70.8 

Women underwent test for detecting HIV/AIDS

12

 ........................................................................  

44.9 42.8 46.5 

 

19.7 16.1 25.9 

Utilization of Government Health Services (%) 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Antenatal care .............................................................................................................................. 

 

60.0 71.6 47.3 

 

43.8 


43.7 

41.0 


Treatment for pregnancy complications .......................................................................................  

45.1 54.5 36.0 

 

33.4 


35.1 

30.0 


Treatment for post-delivery complications ...................................................................................  

48.0 55.6 41.0 

 

29.6 


30.1 

28.2 


Treatment for vaginal discharge ...................................................................................................  

33.1 


38.7 

27.6   


28.6 

32.9 


19.8 

Treatment for children with diarrhoea

13

 ........................................................................................  

54.1 

63.1 


42.7 

 

31.2 

33.8 

24.7 


Treatment for children with ARI

13

 .................................................................................................  

40.0 48.0 29.4 

 

17.1 

17.5 

16.1 


Birth Registration (%) 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

Children below age 5 years having birth registration done ..........................................................  

88.4 

87.8 89.2 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Children below age 5 years who received birth certificate (out of those registered) .................... 

 

81.2 77.6 85.9 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Personal Habits (age 15 years and above) (%) 

 

 

   

 

 

 

Men who use any kind of smokeless tobacco  .............................................................................  

35.0 

39.3 29.0 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Women who use any kind of smokeless tobacco ........................................................................  

9.0 11.3  6.0 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Men who smoke ...........................................................................................................................  

7.0 


7.6 

6.2 


NA 

NA 


NA 

Women who smoke ......................................................................................................................  

0.4 

0.4 0.4  NA  NA 

NA 

Men who consume alcohol ...........................................................................................................  

12.5 13.5 11.1 

NA  NA 


NA 

Women who consume alcohol .....................................................................................................  

0.5 

0.7 


0.4 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Children Who were given nothing but breast milk till the survey date  

10

Acute Respiratory Infections

 11

Oral Rehydration Solutions/Salts.

12

Based on the women who 

have heard of HIV/AIDS.

13 


Last two weeks **includes infant food, tinned powdered or fresh animal milk, fruit juice, tea/coffee or other liquid

 

 

 

 



 

 

Maharashtra- Key Indicators

 

Indicators 

DLHS-4 (2012-13)

 

 

DLHS-3 (2007-08)

 

TOTAL RURAL  URBAN 

TOTAL RURAL URBAN

Reported Prevalence of Morbidity  

 

 

 

   


 

 

Any Injury ................................................................................................................................

1.9

2.1 1.6 


 

NA  NA 


NA 

Acute Illness ...........................................................................................................................

9.0

9.6 8.2 


 

NA  NA 


NA 

Chronic Illness ........................................................................................................................

8.2

8.2 8.3 


 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Reported Prevalence of Chronic Illness during last one year 

(%)

 

 

   

 

 

 

Disease of respiratory system .................................................................................................

14.5


13.7 14.5 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Disease of cardiovascular system ..........................................................................................

11.9

10.7 13.5 

 NA  NA 

NA 


Persons suffering from tuberculosis ........................................................................................

1.0


1.1 0.8 

 

NA 

NA 

NA 


Nutritional status of children below 5 years 

 

   

 

 

 

Children below 5 years wasting (weight for height- below 2 SD) ............................................

34.1


34.7 

33.3   


NA 

NA 


NA 

Children below 5 years wasting (weight for height- below 3 SD) ............................................

20.0

20.3 


19.6   

NA 


NA 

NA 


Children below 5 years stunting (height for age- below 2 SD) ................................................

30.0


30.0 

30.0   


NA 

NA 


NA 

Children below 5 years stunting (height for age- below 3 SD) ................................................

14.7

14.9 


14.4   

NA 


NA 

NA 


Children below 5 years underweight (weight for age- below 2 SD) ........................................

38.7


39.9 

37.2   


NA 

NA 


NA 

Children below 5 years underweight (weight for age- below 3 SD) ........................................

14.9

16.6 


12.9   

NA 


NA 

NA 


Anaemia Status by Haemoglobin Level

14

 (%)  

 

   

 

 

 

Children (6-59 months) having anaemia.................................................................................

73.7


74.4 72.8 

 

NA 

NA 

NA 


Children (6-59 months) having severe anaemia .....................................................................

17.4


18.3 16.4 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Children (6-9 Years) having anaemia - Male ..........................................................................

68.3

68.7 67.8 

 NA  NA 

NA 


Children (6-9 Years) having severe anaemia - Male ..............................................................

11.2


11.2 11.1 

 

NA 

NA 

NA 


Children (6-9 Years) having anaemia - Female ......................................................................

68.6


69.6 67.3 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Children (6-9 Years) having severe anaemia - Female ..........................................................

11.0

11.8 9.8 

 NA  NA 

NA 


Children (6-14 years) having  anaemia - Male........................................................................

64.8


65.9 63.3 

 

NA 

NA 

NA 


Children (6-14 years) having severe anaemia - Male .............................................................

9.6


9.9 9.3 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Children (6-14 years) having  anaemia - Female ...................................................................

67.3

68.0 66.2 

 NA  NA 

NA 


Children (6-14 years) having severe anaemia - Female ........................................................

10.5


11.0 9.7 

 

NA 

NA 

NA 


Children (10-19 Years

15

) having anaemia - Male ....................................................................

56.8

58.4 54.5 

 NA  NA 

NA 


Children (10-19 Years

15

) having severe anaemia - Male ........................................................

7.6

8.0 7.0 


 NA  NA 

NA 


Children (10-19 Years

15

) having anaemia - Female ...............................................................

66.5

68.5 66.0 

 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Children (10-19 Years

15

) having severe anaemia - Female ....................................................

10.0

10.3 9.6 

 NA  NA 

NA 


Adolescents (15-19 years) having  anaemia ..........................................................................

58.3


58.8 57.5 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Adolescents (15-19 years) having severe anaemia ...............................................................

8.2

8.4 8.0 


 

NA 


NA 

NA 


Pregnant women (15-49 aged) having anaemia ....................................................................

69.5


70.2 68.5 

 

NA 

NA 

NA 


Pregnant women (15-49 aged) having severe anaemia .........................................................

12.0


13.0 10.7 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Women (15-49 aged) having anaemia ...................................................................................

65.3

65.8 64.7 

 NA  NA 

NA 


Women (15-49 aged) having severe anaemia........................................................................

9.9


10.8 8.9 

 

NA 

NA 

NA 


Persons (20 years and above) having anaemia .....................................................................

57.0


57.8 55.8 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Persons (20 years and above) having Severe anaemia .........................................................

8.5

9.0 7.8 


 NA  NA 

NA 


Blood Sugar Level (age 18 years and above) (%)  

 

   

 

 

 

Blood Sugar Level >140 mg/dl (high) .....................................................................................

12.8


11.6 14.5 

 NA  NA 


NA 

Blood Sugar Level >160 mg/dl (very high) .............................................................................

6.3

5.3 


7.7  

NA 


NA 

NA 


Hypertension  (age 18 years and above) (%) 

 

   

Above Normal Range (Systolic >140 mm of Hg & Diastolic >90 mm of Hg )  ........................

24.8


23.6 

26.4   


NA 

NA 


NA 

Moderately High (Systolic >160 mm of Hg & Diastolic >100 mm of Hg ) ...............................

8.8

8.3 


9.6   

NA 


NA 

NA 


Very High (Systolic >180 mm of Hg & Diastolic >110 mm of Hg ) ..........................................

3.2


3.0 

3.5   


NA 

NA 


NA 

Iodized salt use in Households (%) 

 

   

Households using iodized salt (15+ppm) ................................................................................

59.7


60.2 59.2 

 NA  NA 


NA 

14 


Any 

anaemia below 11g/dl, severe anaemia below 7g/dl. 

15

  Excluding age group 19 years

Chronic Illness :

Any person with symptoms persisting for longer than one month is defined as suffering from chronic illness

 

 

 



 

 

Maharashtra- Key Indicators

 

 

Number/Percentage 

Indicators 

DLHS-4 

DLHS-3 

Villages covered 

 

 

Number of villages .......................................................................................................................................... 

 

1,097 1,211 

Health Facilities covered

 

 

 

Number of Sub-Health Centres** ...................................................................................................................  

1,019 


1,058 

Number of Primary Health Centres (PHC)  ....................................................................................................  

778 

830 


Number of Community Health Centres (CHC) including Block PHC .............................................................  

249 293 


Number of Sub-Divisional Hospitals (SDH)  ...................................................................................................  

80 


NA 

Number of District Hospitals (DH)  .................................................................................................................  

39 

32 


Health programmes at village level 

 

 

Percentage  of villages having ASHA .............................................................................................................  

77.7 


11.2 

Percentage of Villages having Village Health Nutrition and Sanitation Committee (VHNSC) ........................  

82.0 

69.6 


Accessibility of health facility (%)

 

 

 

Villages with Sub-Health Centre within 3

 

km ................................................................................................. 

 

66.6 61.5 

Villages with PHC within 10 km .....................................................................................................................  

77.6 

64.9 


Availability of Health Infrastructure, Staff and Services (%) 

 

 

Sub-Health

 

Centre 

 

 

 

Sub-Health Centre located in government building ..................................................................................  

83.6 


70.0 

Sub-Health Centre with ANM ....................................................................................................................  

94.8 

93.0 


Sub-Health Centre with male health worker .............................................................................................  

70.9 


76.6 

Sub-Health Centre with ANM residing in Sub-Health Centre quarter where facility is available ..............  

90.7 

71.5 


Sub-Health Centre with additional ANM  ..................................................................................................  

49.8 


30.7 

Primary Health Centre (PHC) 

 

 

 

PHCs functioning on 24 X 7 hours basis ..................................................................................................  

64.0 


78.1 

PHCs having Lady Medical Officer*  .........................................................................................................  

32.0 

30.8 


PHCs with at least 4 beds  ........................................................................................................................  

96.0 


89.7 

PHCs with AYUSH doctor* .......................................................................................................................  

5.0 

17.4 


PHCs having residential quarter for Medical Officer  ................................................................................  

87.4 


81.3 

PHCs having new born care services on 24 X 7 hours basis .....................................................................  

94.9 

90.9 


PHCs having referral services for pregnancies/delivery on 24 X 7 hours basis .........................................  

67.2 


53.1

 

PHCs conducted at least 10 deliveries during last one month on 24 X 7 hours basis ................................   

50.7 

46.8 


Community Health Centre

 

(CHC) 

 

 

 

CHCs having 24 X 7 hours normal delivery services  ...............................................................................  

98.4 


95.9 

CHCs having Obstetrician/Gynaecologist  ................................................................................................  

43.4 

40.3 


CHCs having Anaesthetist ........................................................................................................................  

27.3 


26.9 

CHCs having functional Operation Theatre ..............................................................................................  

91.6 

84.6 


CHCs designated as FRUs .......................................................................................................................  

75.1 


58.7 

CHCs designated as FRUs offering caesarean section ...........................................................................  48.7 

14.9 

CHCs having new born care services on 24 X 7 hours basis ...................................................................  

86.8 83.7 

Sub Divisional Hospital (SDH)  

 

 

SDHs having Paediatrician .......................................................................................................................  

13.8 


NA 

SDHs having regular radiographer ...........................................................................................................  

13.8 

NA 


SDHs having 2D Echo facility ...................................................................................................................  

7.5 


NA 

SDHs having Ultrasound facility ...............................................................................................................  

45.0 

NA 


SDHs having three phase connection ......................................................................................................  

100.0 


NA 

SDHs having critical care area .................................................................................................................  

90.0 

NA 


SDHs having suggestion and complaint box ............................................................................................  

97.5 


NA 

District Hospital (DH)  

 

 

DHs having Paediatrician .........................................................................................................................  

97.4 


93.3 

DHs having regular radiographer ..............................................................................................................  

79.5 

79.3 


DHs having 2D Echo facility .....................................................................................................................  

38.5 


50.0 

DHs having Ultrasound facility ..................................................................................................................  

92.3 

NA 


DHs having three phase connection .........................................................................................................  

100.0 


100.0 

DHs having critical care area ....................................................................................................................  

89.7 

84.4 


DHs having suggestion and complaint box ...............................................................................................  

97.4 


87.5 

* Out of total medical officers available 

 

 


 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR POPULATION SCIENCES 

 

Vision: 

“To position IIPS as a premier teaching and research institution in population sciences 

responsive to emerging national and global needs based on values of inclusion, sensitivity and 

rights protection.” 

 

 

Mission:  

“The Institute will strive to be a centre of excellence on population, health and development 

issues through high quality education, teaching and research. This will be achieved by (a) 

creating competent professionals, (b) generating and disseminating scientific knowledge and 

evidence, (c) collaboration and exchange of knowledge, and (d) advocacy and awareness.” 

 

 

For additional information, please contact: 

 

Director/Project Coordinator (DLHS-4) 

International Institute for Population Sciences 

Govandi Station Road, Deonar 

Mumbai - 400 088 (India) 

Telephone: 022-4237 2465, 42372411  

Fax: 022-25563257, 25555895 

Email: rchpro@iips.net, director@iips.net 

Website: http://www.rchiips.org 

 http://www.iipsindia.org 

 

 

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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare 

Government of India 

Nirman Bhavan 

New Delhi 110 011 

Telephone: 011 - 23061334 

Fax: 011 - 23061334 

Email: adg-mohfw@nic.in 

 

 

Chief Director (Stat.)

 

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare 

Government of India 

Nirman Bhavan 

New Delhi 110 011 

Telephone: 011 - 23062699 

Fax: 011 - 23062699 

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