m Diabetes Programme is a mobile-based initiative for prevention and care of diabetes by giving
      a missed call to 011-22901701.
      e-CGHS card enables self-printing of CGHS cards from any location.
      SUGAM by Central Drugs Standards Control Organisation (CDSCO) enables online submission
      of applications, their tracking, processing & grant of approvals online mainly for drugs, clinical
      trials, ethics committee, medical devices, vaccines and cosmetics. Provides a single window for
      multiple stakeholders (Pharma Industry, Regulators, Citizens) involved in the processes of
      CDSCO.
      Drugs and Vaccine Distribution Management System (DVDMS) (eAushidhi) deals with purchase,
      inventory management and distribution of various drugs, sutures and surgical items to various
      district drug warehouse of state/UT, district hospitals, their sub-stores, etc., by automating the
      work flow of procurement, supply chain, quality control and finance department in state/UT
      level.
      Mobile Apps: various mobile apps have been launched namely—
      Indradhanush Immunization for tracking immunication;
      India fights Dengue (enables a user to check dengue symptoms, get nearest hospital/blood bank
      information and share feed-back);
      NHP Swasth Bharat (information on disease, lifestyle, first-aid);
      NHP Directory Services (information of hospitals and blood banks across the country;
      No More Tension (information on stress management related aspects);
      Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan (for reporting pregnancy cases across the states).
      National Health Mission
            Besides the National Health Policy, the efforts of MoHFW are directed towards achieving
      the global goals, encompassing reproductive health as well as communicable disease viz., AIDS,
      TB, malaria, leprosy etc. One of the major focus in the health sector has been to increase the
      funding to healthcare to atleast 2 per cent of the GDP. As a step towards this goal the National
      Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was launched in 2005 and it morphed into National Health
      Mission (NHM) with the launch of National Urban Health Mission (NUHM) in 2013. Thereafter,
      NRHM and NUHM became two sub-missions under the overarching NHM. NHM envisages
      achievement of universal access to equitable, affordable and quality healthcare services that are
      accountable and responsive to people’s needs. The main programmatic components include
      health system strengthening in rural and urban areas, Reproductive-Maternal-Neonatal-Child and
      Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A) interventions and control of communicable and non-
      communicable diseases.
      Mission Indradhanush
            Mission Indradhanush was launched in 2014 to cover all those children who have been
      partially vaccinated or not vaccinated during routine immunization rounds. The objective the
      schemes is to increase full immunization coverage to at least 90 per cent children by 2020.
      Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination
            Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination (MNTE) is defined as less than one neonatal