Increasing access to health services, hygiene & sanitation through awareness and institutional linkages focusing on Reproductive Child & Mother Health, Tuberculosis (TB) & HIV/AIDS and activating Village Health Sanitation Water and Nutrition Committees (VHSC).
Generating awareness among community Building ownership among VHSWNC member Strengthening relation between community & health officials.
- 524 VHSWNC members (437 female and 87 male) of 106 VHSWNC were capacitated on their role and responsibilities, village health plan, seasonal diseases and its coping mechanism, existing government health schemes at village level, health & sanitation practices and use of untied fund.
- 308 Community members (257 Female and 51 Male) addressed village level health issues like sewerage system, drinking water availability, sanitation, vaccination and institutional delivery through participating in monthly meeting of VHSWNC.
- 2917 Community members (1825 Female and 1092 Male) were conferred about seasonal diseases, sanitation practices, importance of vaccination, institutional delivery, existing government health schemes, role of village level health workers and role of VHSWNC through film shows.
- 18 People Living With HIV/AIDS (PLHAs) improved their health through getting health care and support services from Asha Niketan 20 patients registered under DOTS program out of which 16 patients got cured.
- 14309 people were oriented on HIV/AIDS through trainings and exposures.
- 898 women got counseling, thorough medical checkup and referrals at health camps.
- 482 women trained on reproductive child health, hygiene and sanitation practices.