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Poorest Areas Civil Society (PACS):

In association with the Poorest Areas Civil Society (PACS) we are implementing two projects:

1. “Improving Health and Nutrition Status of Scheduled Caste and Muslims” - The objective of the project is to enhance the uptake of health, nutrition and sanitation entitlements by the Dalits, Muslims and women, and to strengthen the demand for improved delivery of health, nutrition and sanitation services. This project is being implemented in 305 villages and 46 municipal wards of the Hilsa, Biharsharif Sadar, Noorsaray, Rajgir, Silao, Asthawa and Islampur blocks of the Nalanda district of Bihar since, February 2012. Under this project, more than 3 lakhs people will be benefited directly and more than 1 lakh households indirectly. This project is supported by Caritas India and Christian Aid UK.

2. “Strengthening Access and Utilization of Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojna (RSBY) through Community Engagements” - Purpose of the project is to strengthen the access and utilization of the RSBY, through community engagements in the selected 14 PACS districts of Bihar. This project is being implemented in the Gaya, Bhojpur, Jehanabad, Nalanda, Banka, Katihar, Arariya, Kishanganj, Darbhanga, Samastipur, Madhubani, West Champaran, Muzaffarfur, and Siwan districts of Bihar since, April 2013. Under this project, a population more than 21 lakhs, directly and approximately 15 lakhs, indirectly will be benefited. This project is supported by Caritas India and Christian Aid UK.

Save The Children:

In association with Save The Children, we are implementing two projects:

1. “Strengthening Maternal, New born, Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN) services in Sitamarhi, Bihar” - The overall goal of the project is to strengthen the maternal, newborn, child health and nutrition (MNCHN) services and practices through interventions in capacity building, governance and accountability in the project area. The project is being implemented in Kushmari, Babhangama, Rewasi, Sirahi,Maheshiya, Anhari and Pakri Mathwa Panchayats of the Riga block in Sitamarhi district of Bihar since, March 2012. Under this project, approximately 1 lakh mother and children will be benefited directly and indirectly. This project is supported by Swedish International Development and Cooperation Authority (SIDA)

2. “Providing Safe and Hygienic Sanitation Facilities in Urban and Rural India” - The overall goal of the project is to improve the hygiene and sanitation of the vulnerable families in Bihar, by increasing access to clean and hygienic sanitation facilities and the knowledge to keep families, particularly girls and women healthy. This project is being implemented in the 10 revenue villages, in seven Panchayats of the Riga block of Sitamarhi district of Bihar since, January 2013. Under this project, a population of 50000 comprising mostly of Dalits and Muslims will get benefit. This project is supported by Reckitt and Benckiser.

OXFAM India:

In association with OXFAM India, CHARM implemented one project called “Improving Health and Nutritional Status of the Dalit and Muslim Women and Children in the Patna district” - The goal of this project is to enhance the uptake of health and nutrition entitlements by the Dalit and Muslim women and to strengthen demand for improved delivery of health and nutrition services. This project is being implemented in the 11 Panchayats of Maner and Phulwarisharif block of the Patna district of Bihar since, April 2012. Under this project 50000 Muslim and Dalit population will be directly benefitted and more than 1 lakh, indirectly.