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HEALTH NAYA SAVERA AN INTEGRATED FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM

HEALTH NAYA SAVERA AN INTEGRATED FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM
HEALTH NAYA SAVERA AN INTEGRATED FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM
HEALTH NAYA SAVERA AN INTEGRATED FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM
HEALTH NAYA SAVERA AN INTEGRATED FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM
HEALTH NAYA SAVERA AN INTEGRATED FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM
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  • Project Owner

    JK LAKSHMI CEMENT LIMITED

  • Project Title

    HEALTH NAYA SAVERA AN INTEGRATED FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAM

    Project Category

    Health

  • Project Start Date

    July,07 2004

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ESTIMATED BUDGET
2Cr
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Description

Naya Savera an Integrated family welfare programme (I.F.W.P.) a Reproductive and Child Health (R.C.H.) project started in July 2004 by J K Lakshmi Cement Ltd with technical and financial support from Population Foundation of India, New Delhi for the 10 selected villages of Pindwara Tehsil of District Sirohi, Rajasthan, meant for the betterment of health of the mother & child, to raise awareness and knowledge of community stakeholders, adolescent boys & girls on (adolescent reproductive & sexual health) and community health volunteers to aware eligible women (between the age group 15 to 49 years) for small family norms, to provide basic health services to the community.

 

The CSR project J K Lakshmi Cement Ltd. “Naya Savera” is the thought for the people, the newer ideas, the newer innovations in the field of betterments for health of mother, child and their families of poor innocent, far remote and distantly residing tribal community of Pindwara Tehsil of district Sirohi, Rajasthan, which is cut off from roads transportation and health facilities. The Naya Savera team has been serving them for the last 12 years and it has now become a regular need and part of their lives.

Due to higher ambitions and thoughts of Late Sh. Hari Shankar Singhania, Former Chairman, JK Organization and an affectionate soft corner of Smt. Vinita Singhania VCMD JK Lakshmi Cement for improvements in the present poor status of health & hygiene of the poor tribal community residing in the nearby vicinity of J K Lakshmi Cement, the pilot project “Naya Savera” was started in integration / collaboration with “Population Foundation of India” (PFI) New Delhi and was inaugurated on 17th August 2004 by former District Collector Sh. R.K. Sharma in the presence of Sh. S.K. Wali W.T.D. J K Lakshmi Cement , Sh. A R. Nanda, Former Executive Director of PFI, other JKLC and govt. authorities and 300 stakeholders from project target villages and their hamlets.

Before Iaunching the Project ‘Naya Savera’, due to old myths and superstitions and absence of health and transportation facilities, in the tribal belt deliveries were conducted at home in unhygienic conditions by local untrained hands, MMR (maternal mortality rate) and IMR (Infant mortality rate) were much higher than the urban / non tribal community.

Regular multiphagic services of Naya Savera team gained a great faith in the community and was able to bring a lot of sustainable changes in their cleanliness and health habits and it also created a demand of its services in the nearby other village community and now we are serving to 35 Villages and 55 Hamlets almost 80 thousand population of Pindwara Tehsil. 

Objective

  1. Goal -   To build capacity, generate awareness and provide basic health to the rural population in the selected block (area) so as to bridge the gap between the need of and access to RCH services and to sustain and improve the reproductive health & family planning status of women in the project area.

 

  1. Objectives -                 
    1. To build capacity of village level motivators / govt. Ashas selected in the presence & opinion of local leader / stakeholders on issues related to general health & hygiene & RCH to ensure their involvement in making services available on a sustainable basis at grass root level.
    2. To raise awareness and knowledge of community Stakeholders, such as School teachers, Anganwadi workers, ANMs, Local elected leaders, Opinion makers, Adolescent boys & girls, RMPs, and other members on general health and RCH issues through IEC (Information Education & Communication) / BCC (Behavior Change Communication) programmes.
    3. To increase the acceptability and access to family planning methods by inform choice.
    4. To provide quality reproductive & child health services in underserved areas through mobile clinic and linkage with the government programmes.
    5. To prepare the unmarried adolescents, both boys & girls in the age group of 12 to 19 years for responsible parenthood by increasing their knowledge on ARSH (Adolescent Reproductive & Sexual Health) issues through community participation.
    6.  To document the learning, processes and good practices for replication and scale up.