State Vector Borne Diseases Control Programme (Malaria) MIZORAM

State Vector Borne Diseases Control Society/Programme was started on April, 2005 to tackle the following diseases – Malaria (w.e.f. April, 2005), Dengue (w.e.f. Oct., 2010) in Mizoram.

Objectives:

* Prevention of deaths due to Malaria.
* Prevention of Morbidity due to Malaria.
* Maintenance of ongoing socio-economics development.

Achievement during 2016-2017
It was implemented in Mizoram in the year 2005 headed by Joint Director (Malaria) cum State Programme Officer.The Programme includes - Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya, Japanese Encephalitis, Filaria and Kala Azar. Out of these 6 diseases till date only Malaria and Dengue cases are found in Mizoram and the Programme mainly focussed on these 2 diseases only.

Malaria:

  • 529000 of Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLINs) distributed among communities (with SC > 2API), covering more than 700 villages
  • Total number of Malaria cases (Pv & Pf) in 2016 was 7583 (71.28% reduction from 2015)
  • Number of Malaria Pf cases in 2016 was 5907(73.9% reduction from 2015)
  • 57.14% reduction in deaths as compared to the previous year (21 deaths in 2015, 9 deaths in 2016)
  • 98.41% screening of fever.
  • 69.43 % of P.f cases treated with ACT
  • In 2015 ABER - 26.85% and API was - 4.72, in 2016 ABER - 22.86% and API -6.47%.
  • 2 rounds of IRS (DDT spray) conducted with 57.38% coverage in 1st round(March-April) and 59.29% coverage in 2nd round(June-July).
  • Out of 2 existing Sentinel Site Hospitals (Civil Hospital –Aizawl & Lunglei) 7 new Sentinel Site Hospitals identified in the rest 7 districts.
  • New Entomological Unit set up in the State Headquarter with 1 Entomologist and 2 Insect collectors for Entomological Surveillance, research based studies, sensitivity testing, etc..

Dengue:

  • Dengue was officially included in the Programme since October 2010, but cases were identified from 2012 only.
  • The State has identified two Sentinel Site Surveillance Hospitals for Dengue - Civil Hospital, Aizawl and Lunglei for surveillance and case management.
  • 422.49% increase in surveillance during 2016 (1423 tests) compared to previous year (338 tests).
  • 1348% increase in case detection during 2016 (580 Cases) compared to previous year (43 Cases).
  • Dengue Cases Pocket Outbreaks in Aizawl and Kolasib Districts.
  • Fogging and source reduction done at outbreak localities.
  • Training of Medical Officers on Dengue treatment and diagnosis conducted.
  • No deaths due to Dengue till date.

Achievement 2015-16

Name of District

Population

No. of Fever Cases

No. of RDT Performed

No. of BSE Performed

Total Blood Examination

Total Malaria Cases

Pv Cases





1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8


Aizawl East

257134

55691

21811

33880

55691

485

207


Aizawl West

170089

37822

23549

20926

37454

783

379


Lunglei

156224

57560

33323

23336

56659

7303

765


Saiha

60221

10337

8963

1078

9941

962

229


Kolasib

85969

29397

21865

7445

29310

860

259


Mamit

79841

36042

28971

7063

36034

8030

968


Champhai

137779

15256

8703

6218

14921

76

18


Lawngtlai

144433

47337

36003

11311

47314

7764

935


Serchhip

65034

15618

10209

5416

15618

137

41


TOTAL

1156724

305060

193397

116673

302942

26400

3801


Pf Cases

Total No. of Death

ABER

API

SPR

SFR

Pf %





9

10

11

12

13

14

16


278

1

21.66

1.89

0.87

0.50

57.32


404

3

22.02

4.60

2.09

1.08

51.60


6538

4

36.27

46.75

12.89

11.54

89.52


733

3

16.51

15.97

9.68

7.37

76.20


601

1

34.09

10.00

2.93

2.05

69.88


7062

5

45.13

100.57

22.28

19.60

87.95


58

1

10.83

0.55

0.51

0.39

76.32


6829

1

32.76

53.76

16.41

14.43

87.96


96

2

24.02

2.11

0.88

0.61

70.07


22599

21

26.19

22.82

8.71

7.46

85.60


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