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Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), Anganwadi Center

Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), Anganwadi Center

Beneficiaries of Anganwadi:

Children from 0 to 6 months

Children from 6 months to 3 years

To children from 3 years to 6 years of age

Adolescents between the ages of 11 and 14 who do not go to school and all adolescents between the ages of 15 and 18.

To pregnant and lactating mothers.

Benefits:

Health check up of children from 0 to 6 months And vaccination.

THR to take home children from 6 months to 3 years, adolescents from 11 to 14 years of age who do not go to school and all adolescents from 15  to 18 years of age, pregnant and lactating mothers. (Tuck Home Ration - Packets to take home, packets of Amul THR for children, Amul THR packs for full strength for adolescents and Amul THR of Maternal Shakti for pregnant and lactating mothers. R.'s packet) is given.

Seasonal fruits are given to children from 3 to 6 years of age at Anganwadi Center two days a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

Work to check the nutritional level of 0 to 5 year old children by weighing them according to their age on the growth graph.

Malnourished children from 3 years of age are given pampering (to take home) as the third meal. 

Daily menu for hot breakfast served to children from 3 to 6 years at Anganwadi Center As follows. (50-60 grams of raw material for the dish)


Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), Anganwadi Center

Day > Breakfast > Wheat > Rice > Toor dal > Oil > Jaggery > Peanut

Monday > Pleasant > 30 > 0 > 0 > 5 > 10 > 5

Tuesday >Added vegetables Khichdi> 0 > 30 > 20 > 5 > 0 > 5

Wednesday > Shiro > 30 > 0 > 0 > 5 > 10 > 5

Thursday > Excessive handfuls of greens > 30 > 0 > 0 > 5 > 10 > 5

Friday > Shiro/Sukhadi > 30 > 0 > 0 > 5 > 10 > 5

Saturday  > Sweet bhakhri > 30 > 0 > 0 > 5 > 10 > 5

The daily menu for hot lunch given to children from 3 to 6 years at Anganwadi Center is as follows. (80-90 grams of raw material for the dish)

Day > Hot lunch >Amount of food consumed per beneficiary per day (in grams)

Monday > Spicy Bhakri / Thepla and Tuver Dal Lachko by adding Vegetables / Milk | (Adding 10 grams per child Sargwana leaves) > Wheat Flour 50 gms, Green Vegetable / Milk 10 gms, Oil 8 gms, Tuvardal 20 gms

Tuesday > Excessive handfuls of green leafy vegetables (10 gm per child added sargwana leaves) > Wheat flour 50 gms, green vegetables 10 gms, oil 8 gms, jaggery 10 gms

Wednesday > Rice, lentils, lentils and vegetables (10 gm per child add sargwana leaves) > According to the amount of 50 grams of rice, 20 grams of lentils, 10 grams of vegetables, 8 grams of oil

Thursday > Vegetable added risotto and | Extracted Chickpeas (10 gm per child added Sargwana leaves) > According to the quantity of 50 grams of rice, 20 grams of chickpeas, 10 grams of vegetables, 8 grams of oil

Friday > Milk thistle and extra chickpeas (10 gm per child add sargwana leaves) > Wheat flour 50 gms, chickpeas 20 gms, oil 8 gms, milk 10 gms

Saturday > Extra Dhokla or Idli (10 gm per child added Sargwana leaves) > According to the quantity of rice 50 gms, chickpeas 20 gms, vegetables 10 gms, oil 8 gms

Where do you get the benefit?

• From that Anganwadi.

What evidence is required:

• Children, adolescents, pregnant mothers and midwives should be registered at the Anganwadi Center.

Official Website :  Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS), Anganwadi Center

Source : Sarkar ni Kalyankari Yojana Booklet

Special Thanks : CM Gujarat, Collector Rajkot, Jilla Vahivati Tantr Rajkot.

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