IMPACT

The intervention this year could generate following tangible and intangible impact :

arrow_sbconsultancy 997 U5 children recovered at home in the Community Based care and did not have to go to a prolonged facility based care. This greatly relieved their mothers the pains of having to go to Nutrition Rehab centers for a fortnight long institutional care. 253 children needing medical attention were referred to Nutrition Rehab centers.
arrow_sbconsultancy Grain Banks continued to provide vital support to families in times of need. 373 families during peak time hunger could access 5323 kilograms of grains and so could be succored from going hungry or be more indebted. This initiative now genuinely community based has been scaling and outreaching more food insecure families.
arrow_sbconsultancy Revival of Millet and Traditional crops has been carried forward with more farmers having grown them. The seed banks could be started and could help 355 farmers opted for them. Most of them had food at home for prolonged time and this has motivated their neighbors too to consider growing it next season.
arrow_sbconsultancy Nearly 600 families were helped to grow Backyard Nutrition gardens and most of them had vegetables in their diets for 3-4 months and some had surplus to sell as well. This has greatly assisted women and children in particular absorb essential micronutrients directly.
arrow_sbconsultancy Women leadership and participation is on rise demonstrated in their drive, initiatives and participation in decisions and works.
arrow_sbconsultancy Nearly 1000 mothers have shown attitudinal change towards health seeking behavior and diet diversifications.
arrow_sbconsultancy Korku tribe in general has shown concern over preserving their language and egalitarian traditions.
arrow_sbconsultancy We as a Team too benefitted by new learning and insights and enhanced cohesion with the target community.

Latest News

25
Feb, 2019

Smokeless Chulha

Smoking is injurious to health and so is the smoke produced from the traditional chulhas(Stoves). The traditional chulha uses wood for cooking. They not only pollute the environment but also causes various respiratory diseases and lungs infections. Tuberculosis, low birth weight, heart diseases, still birth are the other diseases that can happen due to these. Coughing is the most common among the women, pregnant women and children using traditional chulhas at homes. It is the time to make these women aware of the harmful effects of using these traditional chulhas and so we have come up with introducing SMOKELESS chulhas. These are designed in such a way that it uses less wood, cooks more efficiently and produces less smoke. We are making women aware to make these chulhas at home.

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