The Sahiya (ASHA – Accredited Social Health Activist) programme was introduced as a key component of the community processes intervention under National Health Mission. The role and responsibilities of a Sahiya include the fictions of a healthcare facilitator, a service provider and health activist. Broadly her functions involve providing preventive, promotive and basic curative care in a role complementary to other health functionaries; educating and mobilizing communities particularly those belonging to marginalized communities, enhancing better utilization of health services; participation in health campaigns and enabling people to claim health entitlementslast village.

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  1. Final figure may be changeable.
  2. Data should be verified from Community Mobilization Cell.
  3. Community Mobilization Cell should not be responsible for data variation.