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U-WIN platform UPSC NOTE

 U-WIN platform 

  • The U-WIN platform, which stands for "Universal Woman and Child Health Immunization Network.

  • It is a digital platform launched by the Government of India.

  •  Its to  manage and track immunization programs across the country. 

  • It is part of the government's mission to digitize the Universal Immunization Programme (UIP) and improve immunization coverage, especially among pregnant women and children.

Key features of the U-WIN platform:

  • One-stop registry: U-WIN maintains a centralized record of all immunization events for pregnant women and children from birth to adolescence (up to 13 years old). 

  • This includes details about the type of vaccine administered, the date and venue of vaccination, and any adverse reactions.

  • Registration and booking: Pregnant women and parents can register themselves and their children on the U-WIN platform to schedule vaccination appointments

  • They can also view their immunization history and upcoming vaccination due dates.

  • Alerts and reminders: The platform sends automated SMS and email alerts to beneficiaries about upcoming vaccination due dates. 

  • This helps to ensure that children do not miss out on any important vaccinations.

  • Real-time monitoring: U-WIN provides real-time data on immunization coverage, vaccine stock levels, and cold chain management. 

  • This helps health authorities to identify and address any gaps in the immunization program.

  • Integration with other platforms: U-WIN is integrated with other government platforms such as Co-WIN (the platform used for

COVID-19 vaccination) and DigiLocker (the platform for storing digital documents). 

  • This allows for seamless data exchange and improved service delivery.

Mission Indradhanush

  • Mission Indradhanush (MI) is a nationwide immunization drive launched by the Government of India in 2014 to achieve full immunization coverage of all children and pregnant women in the country

  • The mission aims to ensure that all children are vaccinated against 12 vaccine-preventable diseases, including diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, polio, measles, rubella, and Japanese encephalitis.

  • The mission is implemented in a phased manner, with each phase focusing on a specific set of districts. 

  • In each phase, four rounds of immunization are conducted, with each round covering a different set of villages and towns.

The mission has adopted a number of strategies, including:

  • Intensified immunization drives: The mission conducts four rounds of immunization drives in each phase, with a focus on reaching out to children and pregnant women who have missed out on their vaccinations.

  • Improved microplanning: The mission uses a microplanning approach to identify and reach out to children and pregnant women who have not been vaccinated.

  • Strong community engagement: The mission involves community leaders and volunteers to raise awareness about the importance of immunization and to mobilize people to participate in the immunization drives.

  • Use of technology: The mission uses technology, such as mobile phones and tablets, to track the progress of the immunization drives and to ensure that all children and pregnant women are reached.


  • The mission has been successful in increasing the immunization coverage in India. 

  • As of December 2023, the full immunization coverage in India has reached 90%, up from 65% in 2014. 

  • The mission has also helped to reduce the number of cases of vaccine-preventable diseases in India.

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