Centre for Health and Resource Management (CHARM)
Account Number: 1219942506
IFS Code: CBIN0280008
Bank Name: Central Bank of India
Branch Name: Boring Road, Patna
Branch Code: 280008
Project period: 1 January 2012 to 31 March 2015.
- To enhance the uptake of health and nutrition entitlements by Dalit and Muslim women.
- To strengthen the demand for improved delivery of health and nutrition services.
Coverage Area: 49 villages/ hamlets in 11 Panchayats of two Blocks under the Patna District of Bihar (India).
Target Population: 50054
- Access the determinants of social exclusion that impedes the accessibility of the basic services (health, nutrition).
- Organize, develop capacity and increase the awareness amongst Dalits and Muslims towards their rights and entitlements as regards to basic services.
- Sensitization of the opinion leaders, policy makers and media on different forms of discrimination faced by the Dalits and Muslims in accessing services and benefits.
- Advocacy with the administration to make them pro-active in delivering basic services to the Dalits and Muslims in order to reduce the maternal and infant mortality rate and raise the nutritional status of children among them.
- Strengthening of communitization processes (Village Health & Sanitation Committees and Rogi Kalyan Samities) under NRHM for community based monitoring.
- 70% eligible women receiving benefit under JSY.
- 70% of the deliveries are institutionalized deliveries.
- 75% of children between 12 to 23 months are fully immunized.
- 100% of eligible households registered under RSBY.
- 50% of households using government health facilities in case of health needs.
- Reduction in malnutrition of children 0-2 years by 40%.
- 100% eligible pregnant women receiving supplementary nutrition from AWC.
- 100% eligible lactating women receiving supplementary nutrition from AWC.
- 100% eligible 6-36 months children receiving supplementary nutrition from AWC.
- 100% eligible 3-6 years’ children receiving supplementary nutrition from AWC.
- 100 % non discriminatory access to health and ICDS services.
The perception of the socially excluded communities towards the responsiveness of the government service delivery have changed.