WOSCA SERIES 2014

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Awareness Building Programme on Primary Education. Total 86 cases have been received and out of the total 63 cases have been settled through conciliation. Sagittis lacus vel libero, a augueamet Impact Now in 32 Gram Panchayats lowest unit of governance community volunteers along with Panchaytiraj Members are monitoring the distribution. Besides, in the centre WOSCA conducted awareness sessions on illness management, balanced diet, importance of food and breast feeding with the members of the women’s groups. The objective is to actualize this vision by replacing uni-dimensional rote-learning with inquiry-based teaching-learning practices in classrooms. The classes are being provided school preparedness programs to the children and focused on the all round development and health care of these children. With the growing industrialization and mining in Keonjhar, wealth is getting vulnerable and marginalized.

The service of a gynaecologist is provided on daily basis. WOSCA conducts vocational trainings for school drop-outs as well as Teachers’ Trainings and Capacity Building Workshops for CBOs on their roles and responsibilities in ensuring quality education, child rights and minimizing the number of school-dropouts. One of the most important programmes is Consumer awareness. The core of this idea is to use male health workers in innovative ways to facilitate MNCH service delivery, especially in remote areas, thus improving the health of mothers and children in Orissa. The poor have suffered as they have little knowledge of their rights and entitlement and lack the collective strentgth to raise their voices. Under this project Video shows completed on Exclusive breast feeding and complementary feeding in 45 villages. P of Ghatagaon block of Keonjhar district. This centre covers 13 GPs and 72 villages of Harichandanpur block.

Adding to this initiative, WOSCA has been managing a Consumer Counselling Centre since and disseminating correct information about legal aid, rehabilitation and other support services, which could be provided by Government and other agencies. With the growing industrialization and mining in Keonjhar, wealth is getting vulnerable and marginalized.

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Since its inception, institutional deliveries have been realised and the average admission of pregnant woman is 35 to 40 in each month. The patients are also counseled about the further course of treatment.

With the objective to enhance the capacity of frontline functionaries to provide information and counselling to families and communities on IYCF practices like early initiation of breast feeding, woeca breast feeding till 6 months, timely and appropriate initiation of complementary feeding; through the introduction and use of the innovative communication and training tools WOSCA has been implementing the Inter Personal Serirs projects from August in 45 villages of Harichandanpur and Banspal block of Keonjhar district.

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Under this project Video shows completed on Exclusive breast feeding and complementary feeding in 45 villages. Keonjhar, one of the tribal inhabited districts wksca Orissa having huge deposits of iron ore is also witnessing extreme poverty and socila discrimination.

Besides, in the centre WOSCA conducted awareness sessions on illness management, balanced diet, importance of food and breast feeding with the members of the women’s groups. Awareness Building Programme on Primary Education. Aim to make learning engaging and relevant for students as well as to empower the educators to create seeries experiential learning-environments. One of the most important programmes is Consumer awareness.

To inform and empower the marginalized rural communities. This initiatives can run by local volunteers at community level and at district level by senior citizens having knowledge on technology.

Social protection schemes and programmes meant for the poor are going awry during implementation. The classes are being provided school preparedness programs to the children and focused on the all round development and health care of these children.

The service of a gynaecologist is provided on daily basis. WOSCA conducts vocational trainings for school drop-outs as well as Teachers’ Trainings and Capacity Building Workshops for CBOs on wodca roles and responsibilities in ensuring quality education, child rights and minimizing the number of school-dropouts.

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This centre covers 13 GPs and 72 villages of Harichandanpur block. Block level steering committees have formed to monitor the ongoing activities in six project blocks. Cumsociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus.

The objective is to actualize this vision by replacing uni-dimensional rote-learning with inquiry-based teaching-learning practices in classrooms. WOSCA bears the cost of health care of weries inmates and provides supportive institutional aids.

Orissa is one of the poorest states in India and regularly bears the brunt of natural catastrophes leading to further suffering to vulnerable and resource poor populations. Moreover, the programme covers nos.

Through Creche Centre, regular pre-school classes were run in the community for children who did not have access to a pre-school facility being run by the government or any other NGO. To improve the accountability of the Government officials, Block-Level Interface Workshops with the communities are organized, while sensitizing the media helps to pressurize the District Administration ensure a more effective and better quality education system along with protecting child abuse.

Sreies the Creche Centre, we have supported 25 nos. Versatile IT services p Ltd. Sikhya Chetana- Building access to education. The core of this idea seriez to use male health workers in innovative ways to facilitate MNCH service delivery, especially in remote areas, thus improving the health of mothers and children in Orissa. Child, Youth and Family Services Cumsociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. Seriws lacus vel libero, a augueamet The poor have suffered as they have little knowledge of their rights and entitlement and lack the collective strentgth to raise their voices.

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To the inmates of the waiting Home, health check up and nutrition milk, fruit, lunch, dinner and dry rations are provided to patients free of cost. Who We are Orissa is one of the poorest states in India and regularly bears the brunt of natural catastrophes leading to further suffering to vulnerable and resource poor populations.

P of Ghatagaon block of Keonjhar district. Weak governance and an extractive economy are further aggravating the situation.

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The concept is pilot tested in remote villages of six blocks of keonjhar district since February The TERcoms project is focusing on informing them about their rights and entitlements and empowering them through regular interface with the govt to push for corrective measures.

Why Tracking Significant benefits to government. The outreach of the social protection schemes are quite limited due to lack of correct information, optimum community ignorance, lack of accountability of public servants, very little political will to perform and proactive monitoring 22014 both the civil society and government funtionaries.

Total 86 cases have been received and out of the total 63 cases serues been settled through conciliation. The program aims t0 innovate simple products that spark creativity and problem-solving skills in children, and to devise effective pedagogical processes that enable teachers to bridge their own knowledge- skill- and mind-set gaps to facilitate holistic learning.

Impact Now in 32 Gram Panchayats lowest unit of governance community volunteers along with Panchaytiraj Members are monitoring the distribution. Ensuring quality education and enrolment of all children, especially the marginalized ones, in primary education requires involvement of all stakeholders on the village level.