Funding Agency : CONFERENZA EPISCOPALE ITALIANA ( ITALIAN BISHOP’S CONFERENCE)
Duration : January 2021 To September -2023
Operational area: Barak Valley Region , Assam.
Target groups: Pregnant and lactating mothers, Adolescent Girls , Infants and Children. Tuberculosis patients
Project Goals: Improved health status of pregnant women, adolescent girls, infants of 20 Tribal villages in Barrack valley region, Assam though health education and institutionalised supports
Objectives: The number of Institutional Deliveries will be increased by 30 % and the number of fully immunized children up to the age 2 years increased by 30 % in 20 villages by December, 2023.
Funding Agency : Misereor, Project No. 321-903-1071ZG
Duration : 1st October, 2019 to 30th September, 2022 (Three Years)
Operational area : Barak Valley Assam.
Target groups : Pregnant Women, Lactating Mothers, Children less than 5years old
Project Goals: Improved nutritional status of pregnant women, lactating mothers and children less than five years old and enhanced health/reduced diseases through better water, sanitation facilities and primary health care services.
1. By the end of project period, maternal and child health in the target villages have improved through quality services.
. The access of the target group to quality primary health care services has improved “(based on the each partner “specific health issues and target groups) by the end of the project period.
Project Brief : Sustainably improving the health situation in 24 remote villages in Barak Valley , Assam, in North East India through Participatory and people led preventive and curative health care activities with a focus on mother and child health care
• Good rapport and networking between Health Facilitation Centres of project area with the Government Health Department .
• Increased awareness on personal hygiene and prevention methods of infectious diseases, through awareness on hand washing
• The free Health camps have helped to get free treatment and medicine in the project implemented villages
• Awareness on Government Schemes among the target population
Awareness on Breast cancer and Self Examination.
Helped the community to take action in cooking and intake of balanced food for the health of mothers and to prepare complementary food for children by following the hygienic methods.
Capacitated rural women in Kitchen Gardening/animal rearing/herbal plants
75% Increased institution delivery and reduced home delivery in the target areas
69.67% awareness on early detection of signs and symptoms of breast cancer has improved from the baseline
80% Children were taught to wash their hands before meal and after using the toilets with soap.
80% household were boil water for drinking.