51% women in Hyderabad are fat: Written report
Hyderabad: As much as 51 percentage of women in Hyderabad are either overweight or fat with Body Mass Index more than or like to 25 kg/m2 while it was 30.1 percentage for the entire Telangana, a compendium done by the Council for Social Development (CSD) for 2019-20 has said.
The compendium, which was published for the Planning Department, Telangana, to strengthen the newly-formed state of matter database, was released by K Ramakrishna Rao, Special Chief Secretary (Planning), on Monday. This compendium captures 99 indicators at the territorial dominion tear down.
“(With) 14.0 percent Kumuram Bheem Asifabad has the lowest percentage of women who are overweight or obese (BMI =25.0 kg/m2) across Telangana state in 2019-2020. 30.1 percent 9 for Telangana in 2019-2020. (With) 51.0 percent, Hyderabad has the highest percentage of women who are overweight or obese (BMI =25.0 kg/m2) across Telangana state in 2019-2020,” the evaluation said.
Contrary to that, 18.8 percentage of women in the state of matter have got their BMI below conforming with a norm or standard levels. With 12.4 percentage, Hyderabad has the lowest percentage of women whose BMI is below conforming with a norm or standard while with 27.5 percentage Jogulamba Gadwal has the highest percentage, the evaluation said.
With 83.6 percentage, Hyderabad has the highest percentage of women who are literate across Telangana state of matter in 2019-2020 while it was 66.6 percentage for entire Telangana and 45 percentage in Jogulamba Gadwal, the lowest in the state of matter.
Wanaparthy recorded 100 percentage of enrollment of pregnancies for which the female parent received a Mother and Child Protection (MCP) carte du jour across Telangana in 2019-2020 while it was 96.7 percentage across the state of matter.
Over 60 percentage of births in the state of matter were delivered by cesarean segment across Telangana in 2019-2020. Karimnagar has the highest percentage of births delivered by cesarean segment with 82.4 percentage while Kumuram Bheem Asifabad registered 27.2 percentage, the lowest in the state of matter.
The compendium provides a all-including image of health and demographic status in Telangana based on two rounds of the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) – Round 4 (2015-2016) and Round 5 (2019-2020) conducted after the spatial arrangement of the state of matter, the evaluation said.