Health Awareness

Health Awareness Camp:

A holistic approach to women’s health which includes both nutrition and health services will be adopted and special attention will be given to the needs of women and the girl at all stages of the life-cycle. The reduction of infant mortality and maternal mortality, which are sensitive indicators of human development,is a priority concern. This policy reiterates the national demographic goals for Infant Mortality Rate (IMR), Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) set out in the National Population Policy 2000. Women should have access to comprehensive, as for fable and quality health care. Measures will be adopted that take into account the reproductive rights of women to enable them to exercise informed choices, their vulnerability to sexual and health problems together with endemic, infectious and communicable diseases such as malaria, TB, and water borne diseases as well as hypertension and cardio-pulmonary diseases. The social, developmental and health consequences of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases will be tackled from a gender perspective.
Women’s traditional knowledge about health care and nutrition will be recognized through proper documentation and its use will been courage. The use of Indian and alternative systems of medicine will be enhanced within the frame work of overall health infrastructure available for women.

Intervention on RTI/STD/HIV/AIDS Prevention & Control:

Area of operation:

Mangolpuri, Delhi-110083


  • Proper information about RTI/STD/HIV/AIDS Prevention & Control
  • To change the Behavior of the Community people
  • Condom Promotion
  • Prevention & Control of STDs and RTI
  • Efforts to establish enabling environment


  • IPC
  • Counseling Session
  • Brain Storming Sessions
  • Condom distribution & Social marketing
  • Information, detection and referral services for STDs
  • Coordination with stake holders


Target Population: 18-45 year
Target Population: 0-5 Year old Children

Impact assessment:

  • Prevented polio Disease
  • Created Healthy environment

Reproductive Child Health Care:


  • To lay the foundation of proper psychological, physical and social development of the child
  • To mobilize masses & ensure universal immunization for children in the age group of 0-6
  • To effect empowerment of the mother to look after the health and nutritional need of child through proper nutrition and health education
  • Improving access, capacity building of village health workers and strengthening of infrastructure
  • To encourage safe deliveries by trained personnel in hygienic conditions
  • Promoting use of contraceptive methods among eligible couples for advocating healthy family life and responsible parenting
  • To generate awareness among mother children eligible couples, women & adolescents for future sustainability of the project


  • Sensitization and mobilization of rural community
  • Capacity building of untrained village health workers
  • Empowerment of community especially of women for developing greater understanding and functional skills on matters related to child care
  • Establishing live dialogue with adolescents, to improve their knowledge about reproductive health & functionsand grooming them to be responsive parents
  • Arranging for health & nutrition education in the context of local conditions and available resources
  • Strengthening of referral services
  • Ensuring universal vaccination both for children & pregnant women
  • Improving upon antenatal & post natan services
  • Facilitating creation of self–sustaining health support system at village level

Target Population:

  • Total population 2500
  • Children (0-6years) 1500
  • Eligible couples 1000

Impact Assessment:

  • Higher level of awareness among villagers, especially women on matters of RCH
  • Universalities of vaccination & immunization for mothers and children in age group of 0-6year
  • Increase in number of institutional delivery by 45%
  • Reduction in IMR by 6 Points
  • Better nutritional status of children
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