HEALTH, NUTRITION AND SANITATION | Health Status of Tribal People
 

Tribal communities bear a disproportionate burden of vector borne diseases. Although tribals constitute only about 8% of the population, they account for about 30% of all cases of malaria, more than 60% of P. Falcipherum, and as much as 50% of the mortality associated with malaria. Not only do tribals have poorer health outcomes, their access to health services is also significantly worse: less than 20% of tribal women give birth in an institution as compared to 40% of women in the general population and 35% of Scheduled Caste women; and only about 31% of tribal children are fully immunized as compared to about 44% in the general population and 40% among Scheduled Castes.

WHAT WE DO

Women Empowerment and Gender Justice

Sustainable Rural Livelihoods Programme

Agriculture

Health, Nutrition and Sanitation





# Mahila Sabha Mutual Benefit Trust
# Mahila Sabha on Women Empowerment
# Mahila Sabha at a glance
# Bank linkage and Revolving Funds
# Training and Skill Building

# Promotion of Food Security Through System of Rice Intensification

# Promotion of Vegetable Cultivation (Potato & Tomato)

# Promotion of Micro Irrigation Scheme (DRIP)

# Promotion of Tasar, Spinning, Reeling & Weaving Training for Leaf Plate Making

# Vermi Compost and Organic Manuring

# Natural Resource Generation
# Sustainable Cultivation
# Wadi Programme
# Farmers Club
# Early Interventions
# Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
# Health Status of Tribal People
# Health Insurance
# Baseline Survey
# Community Health and Nutrition
 
  ** Maternal and Child Health Care
   
** School Health Programme
   
** Awareness Generation
   
** Capacity Building of TBAs and Local
        Practitioners




Advocacy and Lobby

Education

Building Institutions

Human Resource Development Strategy





  #Human Resource Development
  **Awareness Building
  **Establishment of Non Formal Education 
Centres
#Impact of Education
#Major Intervention in Education
#Greenwood Public School
#Strategy and approach
   
Child Development      
         
       

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