Haryana becomes first state to use injectable contraceptives

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar launched Project Salamati on Monday, making it the first state to implement the use of injectable contraceptives as a family planning measure.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar launched Project Salamati on Monday, making it the first state to implement the use of injectable contraceptives as a family planning measure. The facility would be available free of cost at all primary health centres, community health centres, sub divisional and district hospitals.
Project Salamati is being implemented by Haryana health department, in association with Pathfinder International – a non-profit that deals with family planning and reproductive health.
 The project was initially implemented in nine health blocks of four districts of the state. These included four health blocks in Palwal, three in Mewat, Kurali block in Faridabad and Khor block in Rewari.

-More at India Today

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