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Explained: Who are ASHA workers? Know about their Roles and Responsibilities

With the Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) workers of Meghalaya embarking on an indefinite strike, the government has been appealing to the volunteer community health workers to resume their duties as they are essential to the health and well-being of the community, especially in rural areas.

Meghalaya Govt urges ASHA workers to resume duties but remains non-committal on their demands

The appeal was made after the ASHA workers decided to go for an indefinite strike since November 7, as a mark of the protest against the government’s apathy towards their demands which include honorarium enhancement.

Meghalaya Govt to finalise tendering for operation of 108 services in 2 weeks’ time

Shillong, Oct 13: Health Minister Ampareen Lyngdoh on Thursday informed that it will take another two weeks for the government to finalise the tendering...

Tura: Engaging student community in the lifesaving cause of blood donation

A total of 10 students and one faculty member stepped forward voluntarily to contribute to this noble cause by donating blood.

Meghalaya looks to integrate non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in NCD population screening

The meeting also highlighted a critical role that the Village Health Councils (VHCs) in Meghalaya can play in terms of community empowerment as well as prevention of diabetic cases.

NHM clarifies on MLHP controversy

The National Health Mission has issued a long statement clarifying its position on the controversy surrounding the recent recruitment drive for Mid-Level Health Providers or MLHP from two nursing colleges in Shillong.

Conrad Sangma National Health Mission ni ningo MLHP na kam-o mande baseaniko masisretaniko talata

Garo Hills-o donggipa pilak Health & Wellness Centre-rangni MLHP-ni bidingo a•dokni Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma talataniko on•angaha. Kamrangna candidate-rangko seokanio ma•sisretanirang ong•kataha aro...

Ampareen directs NHM to form committee after concerns raised over medicine dumping

The minister did receive a preliminary report from the level of the DHS and this has now been sent to the bureaucrats to examine it.

Towards TB elimination: Meghalaya holds training for frontline staff on counselling

The important message for all the health staffs while working with TB community is to have non- judgemental approach and be empathetic towards TB patients.

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