‘Pudhu Vaazhvu’ Project (PVP) was introduced by the Government of Tamil Nadu under its Tamil Nadu Empowerment and Poverty Reduction project, Department of Rural Development, in 2005. The main objective of the PVP project is to address the twin challenges of improving livelihood opportunities for the poor and vulnerable groups and building an enabling environment at the village level that would promote the empowerment of this disadvantaged population in the project area.
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Vector Control Research Center in coordination with Indian Council of Medical Research were committed to provide all the necessary support to Government of India in meeting demands of the post Tsunami situation.
Introduction of several CEmONC center in Tamil Nadu had reduced the maternal deaths in the State. The total percentage of complicated deliveries in the CEmONC centers had increased manifold. The number of referrals – out, which was quite high, had been drastically reduced. An insight into the public health system in the state and more particularly, in its maternal and child health services
The Integrated Nutrition and Health program’s goal was to bring ICDS and the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) to the global evidences around child malnutrition and infant mortality through a strategy, the ‘Leadership development through Self-Talk’. This toolkit showcases, with evidence and guidance on the focus of the program leaders for achieving program goals.
Project Axshya builds a new dimension to TB control in India – community ‘ownership’ through civil society led public health programming. Through its innovative interventions focusing on Advocacy, Communication and Social Mobilisation, Project Axshya is strengthening the Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP) to achieve its objective of Universal Access to TB services.
An extension of the ethos that makes the Indian woman ‘ANANYA’ a Sanskrit word meaning ‘that which is incomparable’ is the celebration theme ‘Survival to Success – Celebrate her Life’, mirrors the wide panorama of the growth and success of the women of India.
The project (OHFSP) launched by the Government of Orissa and UNICEF was implemented by two local NGOs in 1993. The project derives logical strategies for the people under poverty line to combat the starvation deaths, by using the available resources in a challenging manner.
The overall objective of this Documentation was to assess the facilitation of DANTB in the growth of RNTCP and empowering it with several innovative approaches and skills. The concrete achievements during the project period are evident in the difference in crucial indicators relating to diagnosis, treatment, cure, default and death.