About TS WDCW
Telangana is a new state which is trying to develop itself from all the aspects. They have made a separate and individual department to look after the welfare of children and the development of women. That’s indeed a marvellous initiative by Telangana state government. Usually, in other states, this issue comes under the jurisdiction of the department of social welfare. Telangana is the first state to make a separate department to deal with the concerns related to Department of Women Development and Child Welfare in Telangana. There is an independent board to look after the issues minutely. Thus recruitment s are going on. To know more about it, you have to log on to official website TS WDCW Telangana Anganwadi.
This department is genuinely concerned about the child welfare. They are organising several outreach programmes which are a unique approach. They are giving different packages which include immunisation of the child, supplementary nutritional food, regular health check-up, different modes of education, referral services and many more. Recently 35700 centres are there who are working in more than 149 projects of ICDS. Among these, 3989 centres are mini-centres, and 31711 centres are known as the primary centres along with Telangana CDPO, Telangana Anganwadi centres.
Functions of the Department of Women Development and Child Welfare in Telangana
The primary function of this Department of Women Development and Child Welfare in Telangana is to implement the ICDS programmes. These programmes are going on throughout the state. The management of this department is monitoring the purpose of each programme very minutely. It provides protection and also cares to the women and children. The main aim of the woman and child welfare department Telangana is the women empowerment along with the necessary development and welfare of the children.
The Outcome of the Telangana WDCW Projects
The result of the ICDS projects is excellent. We can see much development in both the women and the children regarding the nutritional matter. Still, they have not yet achieved their aimed goal. They have to do more campaigns and put in more effort to reach their goal. Some of the problems are still there which are yet not solved. Some of the issues include an extremely low weight of the babies at the time of birth, underweight of the children who are above 3 years old and also the anaemic tendency in women, especially who are pregnant. The mortality rate of the infants and the maternal mortality rate is still a challenge to be solved according to the list in Telangana mis.tgwdcw.in Anganwadi.
Overview of the Telangana WDCW Project
Now total 149 projects are working in Telangana for the development of the women and children. 99 projects are working in rural areas, 25 are working in urban areas, and 25 projects are functioning in tribal areas. The total number of people who will be benefited under this project is 2228150. Among these 531310 people is either a pregnant woman or lactating mothers. The number of children between 7 months to 3 years is 1042675 and the number of children from 3 years to 6 years is 654165. They have already done the survey in Sri Shishu Sanksshema Anganwadi school regarding this.
Important Details of WDCW Telangana
- TS WDCW Office Address – 2nd Floors, Swarna Jyanthi Complex, Ameerpet, and Hyderabad.
- Department of Women Development and Child Welfare in Telangana Office Contact Number – 040-2373 3848
- TS WDCW Support Mail: email@example.com
- For Contact Details of District Welfare Officers please visit WDCW Official Website: http://wdcw.tg.nic.in/contact_us.html
- Honourable Telangana Women and Children Welfare Minister – Sri Tummala Nageswara Rao .
- Women and Children Welfare Minister Address – H – NO : 01 – 231 / 18, gollagudem, khammam – Urban(M), Khamman District.
- Women and Children Welfare Minister Contact Number – 9866093456