Integrated Disease Surveillance Project Haryana
The integrated Surveillance Project was launched in the state of Haryana in Nov. 2004 to establish decentralized State based system of surveillance for communicable and non-communicable diseases so that the timely and effective public health action can be initiated & to improve the efficiency of the existing surveillance activities of the diseases control program and facilitates sharing of relevant information with the health administration, community and other stakeholders. The Project is further extended for two years till 2012.
Objectives of IDSP
§ To establish a decentralized district based system of surveillance for communicable and non-communicable diseases so that timely and effective public health actions can be initiated in response to health changes in the urban and rural areas.
§ To integrate existing surveillance activities to avoid duplication and facilitate sharing of information across all disease control programmes and other stake holders so that valid data is available for health decision making in the district, state and national levels
No. Working as on 20.07.10
State Surveillance Officer
State Nodal Officer
To be trained
State level training
Multi Purpose Health Workers including Pharmacists
District Lab Technicians
Peripheral Lab Technicians
Other categories of staff
21 district RRT And 1 State RRT has been trained
Note: In the year 2008-09 two Districts priority labs i.e. Hisar & Panchkula and One State Lab i.e. Karnal have been upgraded.
EDUSAT is installed at six sites in the state & is fully functional at state HeadQuarters.
All the districts are connected to the SSU through internet.
In the year 2008-09. All district are also connected through Broad Band
Total Reporting units
· All the districts of Haryana send the weekly reports to SSU regularly and timely.
· Reports are being analyzed at State HQ as well as Districts HQ and the compiled reports are sent to CSU and feedback to DSU’s