RCH stands for Reproductive child health. It is related to health care of eligible couple (An ‘eligible couple’ refers to a currently married couple wherein the wife is in the reproductive age, i.e. between 15 to 49 years) , pregnant woman and children.
The RCH portal is single point for access to all Reproductive child related information.
Components are as follows-
RCH citizen portal is one of the most important component of RCH portal wherein any citizen of India can register himself/herself and get access to all RCH related information.
Any citizen of India can get access to this after registering himself/ herself.
Yes you can login and get information on services you have already received and also information on your upcoming services.
Yes you can.
Yes you can unsubscribe anytime.
Yes all the information you enter is absolutely safe moreover can be retrieved by you whenever, wherever lifetime.
Any grievance write to us-
MMPCell, Ministry of health and Family welfare, Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi
One RCH register is meant for 1000 population
The RCH register is designed for recording the services provided to 200 Eligible Couples, 80 Pregnant Women and 60 Children.
RCH ID No. will be generated by the RCH portal after registration of the eligible couple, only for the woman/ wife of the eligible couple.
The RCH ID number once generated will remain the same for the woman throughout her span of reproductive period. When the woman registered for any number of pregnancies, the RCH ID number which was already been generated for the woman under eligible couple registration will remain the same.
The RCH register is divided into Cover page and following four Sections:
Cover Page of the Register is designed to record details of the geographical area including the name of the village/area, contact details of service providers, nearest health facility, transport availability and toll free number of National Call Center etc.
Section-I has an Index and 3 formats (EC-1, EC-2 and EC-2A). The line-list of each eligible couple with their names, contact details and RCH ID number of the woman etc. are being recorded in the Index. EC-1 format has columns for recording details of each eligible couple including the number of children born, age and sex of the youngest child etc. EC-2 format is for recording details of monthly visits to enquire about the method of contraceptive being used for family planning by the eligible couples. Since the register is to be maintained for two years, EC-2A format is for recording the same information as given in EC-2 format for the subsequent year.