ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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District Level Management System for-Biogas Programme-An Analysis

Biogas Programme An Analysis A Dyal Chand Nirmala Murthy A management information system for monitoring the implementation of the national biogas programme at the district level in Maharashtra was developed and applied on a trial basis to a cluster sample of plants in the Marathwada region. The article presents the results of the trial and their implications for the improvement of the programme.

Management Information System for Biogas Development

This paper develops a Management Information System (MIS) for the national programme on biogas development It first identifies the problems of the existing information system in utilising the data for decision making. Subsequently, the tasks that are related to planning, implementation and control of the bio-gas programme at the district level are enumerated and the problems anticipated in the execution of the programme are identified. A graphic model of a MIS is then developed and its use as a tool in problem solving is illustrated.

Community Financing for Primary Health Care-Report of a Study

Health Care Report of a Study A Dyal Chand Community financing has been generally regarded as at best a partial solution to the problem of funding health care activities, and there has been little research on its impact on community participation or utilisation of health services. The Comprehensive Health and Development Project, Pachod has been experimenting with a number of ways of raising finances for health care from the community since 1977. It has found that not only does the community assert its own priorities in financing services, but this then leads to a more rapid dissemination of health awareness, an increase in the motivation of community health workers and increased utilisation of preventive services.
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