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Plan of Jan Mitra Nyas/PVCHR on child right
[Note: The Plan has 5 parts- (1) Education, (2) Health, (3) Malnutrition, (4) Participation (5) Capacity Building. JMN has been advised to only response to cases of
protection]


GOAL 1- EDUCATION: Universal access to free, equitable quality education for children in the age group of 6-18 yrs
Issue Programme Target; 2013-14 Process Expected Outcome
Issue Analysis -BLD
consolidation
-School
profile
-Village
profile
- Profile of
Madrasa of
the project
areas.
- Analysis of
Mid Day Meal
(MDM)
programme in
intervention
areas.
Report will be
prepared to
understand
educational
infrastructure and
its access to the
most marginalized
section of the
project villages.
 Taking permission from the concerned offices to collect
data from 14 schools of the project villages.
 Taking permission from the concerned Madarasa
Management Committee to collect information about
children and their activities.
 Organizing awareness meetings with community and
advocacy campaign with government
 The village profile will have number of children in the age
group of 6-18 years
 Distance of nearest primary school, middle school, high
school & intermediate schools from the village
 Advocacy for hot cooked food.
 Details of all the schools in
project villages- private and
government schools.
 Details of all the Madrasas in
project areas
 Detail of number of children in
school
 Detail of number children out
of school and reason for it.
 The data and analysis could be
used for sensitizing people
and making the government
accountable.
 Profile of the areas would help
in strategizing their
intervention
 Hot MDM available .
Right to
Education
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(6-
14 years)
Enrolment of
children from
Mushar,
weavers and
Bunkar
community.
 100% children
enrolled in age
group of 6-14 year
 Present status
- 6-14 year
children= 1659
[M 856 + F 830]
- Enrolment=
1454 [ M724 + F
730]
Nutt, Mushar and Bunkar
 Data of children non-enrolled in school will be collected from the
targeted community. Dropout of girls and reason will be prepared
through case study.
 Activist will involve children group, CBO in designing enrolment
campaign.
 Identified non-enrolled and dropout children will be enrolled from
targeted community in the current session.
 Awareness generation on importance of education in first quarter
 All the identified children will get
enrolled in primary school.
 Retention will be ensured by
periodic monitoring by SMC, CBO
and JMN Activist.


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The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act , which was passed by the Indian Parliament on August 4, 2009, describes the modalities of the importance of free and
compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 years in India under Article 21A of the Indian Constitution. India became one of 135 countries to make education a fundamental
right of every child when the act came into force on April 1, 2010.
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- Dropout= 205
[M 132 + F 73]
with the Musahar, nutt and Bunkar community and enrolment for
their children will be done in the new session.
 Detail cases of dropout and non-enrolment Mushar, weaver and
Nutt will be placed infront of Prahdan, ABSA and BSA. The reports
and cases of children will be linked with quality of accessibility of
education.
Retention
Tracking of
children
enrolled from
target
community in
Primary school
and middle
school.
 100% retention of
children in the
school.
 Children in primary
school= 1734 [M
874 + F 960]
 Children in upper
primary school=
1768 [ M855 + F
913]
 Total children for
retention tracking=
3502 [ M 1729 + F
1773]
 Orientation of retention tracking tool- the tool will be developed
and launched soon.
 In the meantime the last year retention tracking system will be
followed- the tool is available with the JMN.
 Meetings will be organized with community on the issue of
attendance and care by parents in home.
 Mushar, nutt and Bunkar community members will be interacted
on the issue of monitoring of children
 More focus will be on retention of children from Mushar, nutt and
bunker communities.
 CBO will be capacitated to develop monitoring team to collect
track record of the enrolled children with detail data.
 ABSA and BSA will be interacted on the reason of dropout and poor
enrolment.
 All children will continue study.
 In case of dropout, its case study
will be prepared to address the
issue of dropout.
 Activation of
Primary and
Middle school
 Present status
as per the RTE
norms
- Lack of 11
teachers
- Lack of 9
class rooms
- Lack of
clean
drinking
water
- No separate
toilets for
girls and
boys in
most of the
 100% activation
of 7 Primary and
8 Middle school
in programme
area as per
indicator.
 Outreach
programm with
Madrasa
 Analysis of
Madrasa Sylabus
and
recomendaiton for
 Detail survey will be carried out based on the format of RTE
campaign.
 Mapping & baseline date (profile) will be prepared of Madrasas in
the project areas.
 Indicators of activation will be finalized in consultation with target
community members on the basis of survey.
 Issue of poor infrastructural support will be assessed with the
dropout and non-enrolment of children through case studies.
 CBO members will be oriented to track the status of Mushar,
Bunkar and Nutt in terms of accessibility to services of schools.
 Leaders from CBO will be encouraged to prepare a monitoring
sheet based on the broad parameter focussing on regularity of
teacher, availability of MDM to all children equally, time spend by
teacher in school, school attendance.
 DM, BSA and ABSA will be interacted on the quality of services in
the school.

 Increased the enrolment of
children and attendance.
 School will fulfill some aspect of
quality education.
 Madrasa will provide space for
interaction with children- the will
be the entry point.

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schools.
- Some
schools do
not have
boundary
wall.
-Demand for
more schools
-Demand to
upgrade all the
primary
schools to
upper primary
school

 Bazardiah will have
government
primary school.
 All the 7 primary
schools will be
upgraded to the
level of middle
school
 Mapping of all the schools will be taken up.
 Profile of 7 primary schools will be created to prepare a case fit for
its upgradation
 DM, BSA and ABSA will be approached with applications and data
in support of upgradation of schools.
 Community meetings will be organised to build pressure on the
govt.
 Advocacy will be carried out
 Case for upgradation will be done
 Process to upgrade schools will be
started.
 Demand for new schools will be
made
 Listing of drop out children
 List of out of school children
 Linking drop out with distance of
upper primary schools
Activation of
SMC
 As on September
2013, 15 SMCs has
been formed in
the target villages.
 One of the SMC
President is a
women from
Mushar
community.
 Most of the members of these SMCs are new and they are not
aware of their rights and duty. Orientation about school annual
plan will be shared.
 Activist will interact with the CBO members and villagers on the
issue of SMC members functioning.
 Provisions of RTE will be discussed with the CBO for
implementation.
 Preliminary discussion on the group effort for the advocacy of
quality education will be discussed with Mushar, Bunkar and nutt
community Important aspects of RTE will be discussed with CBO in
all the targeted villages. Important role of SDMC will be discussed
in community
 ABSA and BSA will be interacted on the issue of wrong process on
the formation of SMC and status of implementation of RTE norms.

 Community will able to monitor
the important provisions related to
quality education and make
teacher and Education service
delivery institution accountable.
Right to
Education
(14-18 years)
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 Mapping of
high
schools and
intermediat
e schools in
project
 Reduction in
drop out rate
after 8
th

standard
 Linking children
to high & inter
 Awareness about importance of schooling till 12th standard
 Advocacy with government institutions to fulfill their
constitutional obligations
 Raising awareness in the masses to demand high schools in
their areas
 Awareness generation meetings in al the three communities.
 Analysis will be done and
report prepared with the aim
to understand gaps in the
access of education after 8
th

standard
 Understanding the issue of

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Though education for children in the age group of 14-18 years is not a fundamental right but it is a constitutional right. We are signatory to UNCRC which guaranties development of
children till 18 years of age. The Directive Principles of State Policy (Art. 41) also directs state to make effective provision securing right to education.
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villages.
 Mapping of
distance of
the schools
from
project
villages

school courses

reach to schools are also
important expected result.
Accessibility to
quality
education.
Advocacy on
education and
tracking
7 primary and 8
Middle School will
target as per
noms of RTE
 Preparation of status of 10 schools will be made.
 Status of all the target schools will be analyzed on the basis of
expenditure and allocation of budget through RTI.
 Interaction will be made with BSA, ABSA on the issue of quality of
education.
 SMC will be involved in monitoring the status of Quality education
of target schools.
 Media will be interacted on placing the issue of RTE implementation
in target schools.
All the school will have access to
quality education in accordance
with RTE Norms
Access to
targeted
schemes
(education)
Listing of
schemes and
accessing
them.
All the eligible
children will access
to schemes.
 Mapping of schemes of central government, state government and
other institutes for the benefits of children.
 Awareness generation among parents and children
 Advocacy with concerned department.
Children will get access to quality
education through accessing
schemes to improve their learning
capacity.



GOAL 2- HEALTH: Increased access to free equitable quality primary health care for mothers and children such that children survive, grow and develop
healthily
Issue Programme Target: 2012-13 Process Expected Achievement
Identity
[Registration
of birth is still
an issue for
children in the
age group of
1-5 years.]
 Birth
registration
new born
 100% Birth
Registration of
new born
children in 1372
families in
Musahar, nat,
bunker and other
Sc families.
 Present status
- New Born
children= 155
[M 69 + F 86]
Mushar, nutt and Weavers
 Awareness generation meeting with Mushar community, SC
community and Bunkar community on the importance of birth
registration in linkage with identity will be placed. .
 Door to door interaction with the support of ANM, ASHA and ICDS
support in campaign on survival right/ Right to identity.
Mushar and Bunkar
 Orientation meetings with the weaver’s and Mushar’s CBO for
generating individual thematic leader from Bunkar and Mushar
community on birth registration among the existing CBO on
health rights.
Mushar, nutt and Bunkar
Mushar, nutt and Weavers
 Identity of children from Mushar
community, Bunkar and Nutt
community could get established
for school admission and
accessibility to social security
schemes.
 Birth registration will emerge as
one of the issue for the rights of
children at district level.
Bunkar
 Children from Bunkar community
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- Birth certificates
for new born=
97 [M 45 + F 52]
- Children without
BC= 58 [M 24 + F
34]
 Preliminary awareness generation meeting will be facilitated
among the Mushar , Bunkar, and Nutt community.
Bunkar community
 An interface with media will be organized on the issue of identity
for Bunkar community
 Interface with Panchayat representative and newly elected MLA
for birth registration of SC, Bunkar community and Mushar.

can have access to identity for
weaver related schemes under
unorganised sector social security
act.
 Children involved in loom can be
placed as major problem by
identifying their birth certificate.
 Could be place to show the
number of vulnerable Weavers SC
community residing in the villages
and slum based on family register
data.
Mushar, Nutt and Bunkar
 At the end of the year, birth
certificate could be used for
generating data base on the
minority and marginalized
community which will be helpful
in advocating their issue.
Mushar
 Mushar could end of the year
advocate their own right on the
birth certificate through their
selected leaders.


Birth
registration of
Old Born ( 1-5
years )
 Target will
ascertained after
the preliminary
updation BLD.
 Present status:
- children in 1-5
years group=
823 [M 432 + F
391]
- Children without
BC= 646 [M334
+ F 312]
Mushar and Nutt
Migrant families of Mushar and nutt community will be mapped. Old
children data will be collected on one to one basis.
Awareness generation programme will be facilitated on the issue of
up keeping of birth certificate.
Families of mushar community working in brick klin will be tracked
reguraly by activist on accessibility of birth certificate.
Mushar, Nutt and Bunkar
Data on the accessibility of birth certificate will be collected from all
the community, this will provide base for organizing these
community and CBO on demanding birth certificate to all the
 Issue of old birth registration will be placed as core agenda in CBO
meetings; this will result in highlighting issue of high number of
old birth registration.
Mushar, Nutt and Bunkar
 Birth certificate for children above
1 years is bit difficult task as it
required affidavit by parents
 All the children identified in the
updated BLD will be registered and
issued birth certificates
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 Awareness generation and identification of non – registered
children of Mushar, Bunkar and others SC.
 Non registration of children from Bunkar community, Mushars and
SC community will be placed infront of state minority commission
and SC/ST commissions.
 Collaboration with the DM, Secretary and BDO for organizing camp
for mass registration of Old one by leaders of CBO.
 New elected MLA in the current state election will be interacted on
the identity issue of Mushar and Bunkar community.

Improving
status of
preventive
care.

Immunization
of children (0-5
years) and
Pregnant
Women
 All the children
in 1017 children
will immunize (0-
5 years)
 All the pregnant
women will
immunize
Mushar, Nutt & Bunkar
 Activist will organize meeting with the members of CBO on the
issue of immunization among the Bunkar, Mushar and Nutt
communities.
 Track record of migrant family mainly Nutt and mushar will be kept.
This will help in tracking cases of incomplete immunization.
 Misconception on immunization will be discussed through
community meetings.
 Community meetings and campaign on immunization will be
organized on generating awareness on six killer diseases and visit of
ANM in their respective hamlets
 Agenda for the immunization of children will be place as one of the
agenda in women group. It will bring out women leaders who can
monitor the immunization process in their community.
 Issue of non-cooperation of ANM for visiting Mushar, Nutt
community hamlets will be raised in Gram Sabha meeting.

Mushar, Nutt & Bunkar
 All the targeted mother and
children will have accessed to
immunization.
 Decrease in IMR, MMR and CMR.
 Pregnant women after delivery
to get the benefit of JSY.
 Increment in the understanding
of the community on
immunization of pregnant
women in all the targeted
communities.


Activation of
ANM
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actived as per
indicator

Mushar and Nutt community will be oriented on the issue of service
delivery status and importance of ANM.
Activist will actively participate in the campaign and protest with
objective to develop ownership among CBO, so that they can monitor
the ANM performance.
 Sensitization meeting will be facilitated for SC and OBC community
members, which will make the visit of ANM as per schedule.
 Capacity of Women group( Savitri Bai Phule mahila manch) will be
strengthened for monitoring the role of ANM, through thematic
meeting on role of ANM
 Interface with CDPO and DPM NRHM for improving health service
delivery of ASHA and ANM jointly in Mushar Community and Nutt
community.
Increased awareness of
communities on roles and
responsibilities of ANMs.
ANM will made regular visit in the
hamlets of Bunkar, Mushar. and
Nutt communities.


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Mapping and
Reducing the
IMR, MMR and
CMR
 100% institutional
and safe delivery in
the project areas.
 Death Audit
 Verbal Autopsy
 Regular Health
check up children,
lactating mothers
and pregnant
women.

For all three community
 Mapping of cases of death will be made by activist in line with
causal relationship for all the community.
 In each six month data related to deaths will assessed to know the
trend and pattern of cause.
 CBO members from each community will be involved in death audit
exercise. This exercise will be further carried out for media
advocacy in consistent and regular way.
 Regular tracking of cases of mother vulnerable to risk will be made
by the CBO leaders. These tracking will based on health history of
each mother. For example – Frequency in Pregnancy
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, work load,
nutrition. This process will be further link with the accessibility to
Govt service delivery institution and providers.
 Activist will facilitate awareness generation on better cleanliness
and hygiene through community meeting for all the SC community
(focussing Mushar and Nutt community).
 CBO members and parents of children from Bunkar community will
be interacted on pre-natal and post natal care.
 Discussion on the safe birth, in linkage with pre-natal and post natal
care in Mushar. Bunkar and Nutt community. Accessibility of all the
pregnant women in Mushar, Bunkar, Nutt community, for
institutional delivery.
 Cases of death will be documented; causes of death in all the three
years of infant, child and mother will be discussed with detail case
study in targeted community.
 Cases of death, among children due to non-accessibility of curative
care will be filed for discussion in AHRC, NHRC and SHRC.
 Panchayat will be interface to provide untied fund in case of
emergency to Nutt and Mushar community for reaching PHC.

Mushar, Nutt & Bunkar
 All the cases will be mapped detail
case study will be prepared for
advocacy.
 Decrease the number of unsafe
birth.
 At least 80 % comparative decline
in IMR, CMR & MMR.
 Vulnerability of mothers
susceptible to death will be
reduced.
 Improvement in the accessibility to
the services of Govt health
institutions (PHC, SC, ICDS, CHC) for
any avoidance of death risk.

Promotion of  100 % coverage of  Mapping of pregnant women and lactating mothers.  Understanding of importance of

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Tracking of frequency of pregnancy is also very important to improve health of mothers. During a field visit in Pindra village (Mushar community), the author noticed that the
frequency of pregnancy is very high. This creates a vicious cycle of pregnancy & IMR, CMR & MMR. Because of high IMR & CMR, people prefer to have more children thinking
some of the children would survive.
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Pre Natal and
Post Natal Care
pregnant women
and lactating
mothers for post
and pre natal care.
 Registration of all the identified pregnant women for the Indira
Gandhi Matritva Sahyog Yojana (IGMSY).
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 Regular health checkups
 Regular supply of nutritional support from ICDS/ ECCE
 Creation of Food Dairy and helping them to follow it.
 Arrange of Iron tablets for pregnant women and guiding them to
have timely.
pre and post natal care for mother
and child care.
 Understanding and awareness
about benefits of IGMSY.
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 Awareness about safe delivery.
 All PW will access and consume
iron tablets.
Promotion of
safe
Institutional
delivery
100% institutional
and safe delivery in
the work area will
done
For all three community
 Regular Campaign on the issue of safe delivery, pre-natal and post
natal care of children will be carried out in all the hamlets of
Mushar, nutt and SC community.
 Activist will be made door to door visit to pregnant women of
Mushar, Nutt and Bunkar community with ANM and ASHA (in
villages).
 Detail data on institutional and non-institutional delivery will be
kept by organization with detail reasons. Delivery places will be
marked.
 Awareness generation and accessibility to facility of JSY to all the
community.
 One to one tracking of pregnant mother will be done from Mushar,
Nutt, and Bunkar community, for accessibility of JSY and
institutional delivery.

MUSHAR and NUTT
 Cases of discrimination among the Nutt and Mushar community for
accessing services in institution will mapped and to be taken for
advocacy to AHRC, NHRC.
 Pradhan will be interacted to make safai karmachari to take
 All the pregnant women will have
access to institutional delivery
 There will reduction of death of
mother and child during delivery.
 Change in behaviour of Mushar,
nutt and weaving community
women will be observed in
reference to accessibility to Govt
health institution.

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The Indira Gandhi Matritva Sahyog Yojana (IGMSY) is a flagship program of the government of India introduced in 2010 under the Ministry of Women and Child Development.
It is a Conditional Cash Transfer scheme which targets pregnant and lactating women 19 years of age and older who have had their first two live births. Its goal is to partly compensate
them for wage-loss during childbirth and childcare and to also provide conditions for ensuring safe delivery and promote good nutrition and feeding practices for infants and young
children.
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Benefits and Eligibility of IGMSY: All pregnant women of 19 years of age and above are eligible for the benefits under the Scheme for the first two live births. The cash transfers
under the Scheme are subject to the following conditions: [1] The first transfer (at the end of second birth / pregnancy trimester) of Rs.1,500 will be made on the following conditions:
(i) Registration of pregnancy at the Anganwadi centre (AWC) within four months of conceiving, (ii) Attending at least one prenatal care session and taking IFA tablets and TT (tetanus
injection), and (iii) Attending at least one 3. counselling session at the AWC or healthcare centre. [2] The second transfer (three months after delivery) of Rs.1,500 will be made,
provided: (i) The birth of the child is registered, (ii) The child has received OPV and BCG immunization at birth, at six weeks and again when the child is 10 weeks old, and (iii) The
mother has attended at least two growth monitoring sessions within three months of delivery. [3] The third transfer (six months after delivery) of Rs. 1,000 will be made subject to: (i)
Exclusive breastfeeding for six months and introduction of complementary feeding as certified by the mother, (ii) The child receiving OPV and the third dose of DPT immunization,
(iii) The mother attending at least two counselling sessions on growth monitoring and infant and child nutrition and feeding between the third and sixth months after delivery
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periodic stock and care for cleanliness of new born and pregnant
mother in Mushar and Nutt community hamlets and health service
delivery institution.
Weaving
 Detail discussion will be carried out with weaving community on
the issue of frequency of birth and safe delivery.
 Special emphasis will be provided in campaign in weaving
community on accessibility to heath institution.

Improving
status of
Curative
health care.
Demand for SC,
PHC
One PHC and SC will
be demanded.
 Status of health will be collected from Mushar, Nutt and Bunkar
community due to non-accessibility to services.
 Officials will be interacted for the demand for SC and PHC.
 Mapping of diseases of children will be done for advocating demand
for SC and PHC.
 Evidence based advocacy will be carried out to ensure access to
health services.
 Target community will have access
to better health facility.
 There will be decrease in the
Infant, mother and Child death
due to non – Availability health
services.
Activation and
advocacy on
Sub –centre,
Primary health
centre
3 SC, 4 PHC, 2
APHC, 2 CHC will
be made active as
per the Govt norms.
 A survey will be carried out by JMN activist in the format of IPHS for
SC, PHC and CHC, in the area of intervention. (Format attached as
annexure with this plan).
 On the basis of survey, indictors of activation will be finalized year
wise.
 Community members will be interacted on the status of services,
CBO members will be oriented for the protest based on the
evidence collected on the PHC, SC and CHC.
 Tracking of each indicator will be done periodically.
 Accessibility of Mushar, nutt community and Bunkar community to
SC, PHC and CHC will observed. A document will be prepared on
the health service accessibility, covering health behaviours,
practices and attitude of service providers to these communities.
 Cases of treatment of children vulnerable to TB, malnourishment,
water borne diseases, skin diseases will be focussed during the
observation and tracking the activation indicators of SC, PHC and
SC.
 Orientation of all target community on the facility and need of Sub-
Centre, PHC, SC.
 Department of health, and CMO office will be periodically
interfaced for improving the Services of PHC, CHC and SC.

 Safe delivery and access to proper
medical care will be ensured
 Accessibility of all the children and
mother from SC community to
health services.
 Safe delivery will ensure decrease
in IMR, CMR and MMR.
 Though it will be difficult to assess
the quantitatively about its impact
on diseases like chest infections,
worms, diarrhoea, TB but it will be
certainly come down. There are
lots of TB patients among bunker
community.
 There are number of Anaemic
patients. Only doctor can conduct
to gauge test for anaimic persons
but the access to health services
will affect their health in positive
direction also.
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Identification
and
accessibility to
differently
abled children.
All identified
children will be
access to certificate
and Govt.
provisions.
Bunkar
 High incidences of disability in Bunkar will get documented.
 Activist will facilitate the identified leaders to organize them to
demand smooth process of differently able children.
 The identified children will be linked with organizations working on
disability and its curative aspects. This required specialized
intervention.
Mushar, Nutt & Bunkar
 Awareness generation on schemes for differently able among the
Mushar, nutt and Bunkar community so that they can file
application.
 Follow up of application filed by SC community, by generating
demand among the community on the accessibility to the
certificate and Govt provisions for differently able children.

 Children will have access to better
care and prevention from the
schemes of Govt. bodies.
 All the children with disability will
get disability certificates.


Goal 3- MALNUTRITION: Ensure a Reduction in the Rate of Child Malnutrition
Issue Programme Target: 2012-13 Process Expected Achievements
 Understanding
Malnutrition
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 Establishing
malnutrition as an
issue of hunger
(not health).
 Meeting with all
the stakeholders
and sharing with
them authentic
documents and
proven knowledge
about hunger issue
in India.
 Develop conceptual
clarity of the issue of
malnutrition among
staff and the
communities in the
project areas.
 Enhance understanding
of public work
programmes & hunger
issue.
 Awareness meeting with community
 Providing reading materials on
malnutrition and hunger issues in UP
 Workshop on malnutrition for staff.
 Public Meeting with all the stakeholders
of each project village to ensure
percolation of concept to the last person
of the village.
 Ensuring right KAP to JMN staff and the
affected communities
 Conceptual clarity about malnutrition and
food security.

 Development and
enhancement of community
level understanding on
malnutrition issue.
 XXX number of reference
books and study material
consulted
 XXX number of meetings
organized
 XXX number of people per
meeting attended

 National Food
Security Act 2013
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.
 Capacity Building of
staff on RTF
8
.
 Preparation of handbills on the important
provisions of the RTF.
 Handbills prepared
 Meetings organized

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Malnutrition is the condition that results from taking an unbalanced diet in which certain nutrients are lacking, in excess (too high an intake), or in the wrong proportions.
The WHO cites malnutrition as the greatest single threat to the world's public health. Death attributed to malnutrition is 53 % (Source: Internet, World Health Report)
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This is also know as
Right to Food (RTF)
 Creating awareness
about provision in the
RTF Act among the
stake holders.
 Organizing meetings and awareness
campaign to ensure communities are
empowered with information of their
entitlements in the
 Development of community
understanding on RTF
 Food Dairy
Preparation
- Community wise
- Season wise
 Mapping of local
plants with their
nutrient contents.
 Understanding of
Community Based
Food Structure
9

 Creation of data base of
herbal tradition of the
project villages
 Collecting detail
information of lost
plants of the area and
endangered medicinal
plants on the verge of
extinction
 Collecting data/
information about
nutrient values of
existing vegetables of
the areas.
 Enabled community with the knowledge
to address malnutrition locally.
 This programme will be supplementing
food habits through locally produced
food.
 Food Dairy of Mushar, Nutt
and Bunkar communities will
be ready.
 Understanding of community
based food structure.
 The organization has
experience in this filed
 Documentation (mapping) of
traditional food structure
available on community
lands- past & present.
 BLD of community food
structure done in rural project
areas.
 Analysis done
 KAP development
 Mapping and
Tracking of
malnourished
children in Bunkar,
Mushra and Nut
community.
 Follow up of SAM
cases and ensuring
timely consultation
 Basic data available
 Basic Skill to measure
grade of malnourished
child is available in the
team

 Understanding about different grades of
malnutrition will grow up among the
community.
 Number of malnourished children will
help organization develop plan for
advocacy
 Moderate case will be monitored
quarterly where as SAM case will be
monitored every 2 months.
 100 % tracking of
malnourished children
 100 % follow up of SAM cases
 Reduction in
malnourishments
 Improvement in grades of
malnourished children
 Improvement in SAM cases.

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National Food Security Bill, 2013 (also Right to Food Bill), was signed into law on September 12, 2013. This law aims to provide subsidized food grains to approximately two thirds
of India's 1.2 billion people. Under the provisions of the bill, beneficiaries are to be able to purchase 5 kilograms per eligible person per month of cereals at the following prices: rice at
INR3 per kg, wheat at INR 2 per kg, coarse grains (millet) at INR1 per kg. Pregnant women, lactating mothers, and certain categories of children are eligible for daily free meals.
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The Act can be downloaded from http://india.gov.in/national-food-security-act-2013
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It is basically a hunger related issue and not a health issue but unfortunately most of the government institutions treat it as health problem hence medical solution. We must revive
community based food structure to combat the menace of malnutrition. We had introduced kitchen garden in JMN Plan (2012-13) and they have shown good results. We validated
during the AER (September 23-26, 2013). For detail please see the AER Report (2012-13) above.
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with doctors.
 Demand for
establishment of
Nutritional
Rehabilitation
Centre (NRC)
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establishment
 Establish one NRC in
Varanasi.
 Advocacy at district and state capital to
establish NRC in the district.

 Awareness about nutritional
rehabilitation centre (NRC) in
the project villages at village
panchayat level.
 Sanctioning and establishing of
NRC
 Malnourished children will get
access to nutritional
rehabilitation
 Proper care of
Malnourished
children
 All the children will be
tracked and given
proper care.
 Extra nutritional
support for SAM
children.
 Causal analysis will be done by the JMN
on the question of non-accessibility to
nutrition, Bunkar community, mushar
community and Nutt community.
 Detail nutrition tracking MIS will be
prepared and get updated in two months
for SAM cases and in 3 months for
moderate. Normal children will also be
tracked to prevent from falling in
malnourished grade.
 Activist will facilitate Community meeting
with all the stakeholders and community
members from Bunkar, Mushar and Nutt
community for creating demand of
identification of malnourished children
and improving their status.
 Awareness generation meeting with
Mushar, Bunkar and nutt community will
be organized, stressing the aspects of
preventive care and medical care of
malnourished children.
 Interface and demand for the accessibility
of untied fund for the care of fourth
grade children in Mushar community will
 Reduce the risk of death and
infection in the malnourished
child
 Community will be aware
about different way to
address issue of malnutrition.

10
NRC has been sanctioned for each district by the UP Government but it is on functioning.
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be made from panchayat. Intervention
for the malnourished children from
Bunkar from the department of health.
 Cases will be filed to NRHC, AHRC and
human rights bodies for accessibility of
care to malnourished children from Govt
institutions.

 Food
Security
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 ECCE
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(0-6 years):
Early Childhood
Care and Education
(ECCE):2222
 Understanding of
ECCE
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and its provision.
 The ECCE Policy 2013 has identified some
non-negotiable services for promoting
quality ECCE and shall made mandatory
for all service providers.
 The JNM will read and documents the
important services for sharing with the
team and the community.
 Understanding on provisions
and implementation
guidelines at the level of
community.
  Activation of ICDS
Centres.
 There are 20 ICDS
Centres & 2 mini ICDS
Centres in the project
villages.
 Bhatauli and
Parmandapur villages
don’t have ICDS centres
in their villages.
 Activation of the ICDS centres as per the
government norms
 Linking the ICDS centres
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with the
provision of ECCE.
 Awareness about ideal ICDS centres
among community
 Issue of registration of all the children and
special care of all the identified, malnourished
children will be discussed and place as key
demand among the CBO of Mushar, nutt
community and weaver’s group.
 Registration and health tracking of all the
identified Mushar, weaver’s and nutt children
 Children and pregnant women
from Bunkar, Mushar, and Nutt
community will get quality
supplementary meals this will
reduce the risk of mortality.
 All the enrolled children will have
sustained growth (height to
weight).
 Improve the accessibility of
Mushar community and nutt
children for the better
nourishment.
 All the identified malnourished
children will get enrolled in ICDS

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Food Security is still a problem with most of the people of Bunkar, Mushar & Nut communities.
12
On September 27, 2013, the Government of India notified in its Gazette a “National Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)” policy with the vision of holistic and integrated
development of a child, with focus on care and early learning at each sub-stage of developmental continuum, in order to support children’s all round and holistic development. This is
envisaged to be provided by several care providers such as parents, families, communities and other institutional mechanism like public, private and no governmental service providers.
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The ECCE Policy refers to the formative stages of first six years of life, with well-marked 3 sub-stages- (i). Conception to birth, (ii) Birth to 3 years, (iii) 3 to 6 years. And then the
linkage with primary school system will be streamlined to address the issue of continuum and smooth transition from ECCE to primary school building. For detail please visit WCD
website. http://www.wcd.nic.in/ and download the whole document.
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According to ECCE Policy 2013, the universal access to integrated child development including ECCE for all young children remains the primary responsibility of the government
through ICDS.
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in the ICDS centre will be made through
community meeting
 Periodic sensitization on the facilities and
importance of ICDS centre will be facilitated
with the Mushar, Nutt and Bunkar community.
 Support staff of ICDS centres will be interacted
to carry out tracking of all the children having
poor height to weight due to poor nutrition.
 Interface with CMO, DPO and CDPO on the
issue of malnutrition in linkage with non-
availability of services will organize.
 CBO will be capacitated to monitor the
functioning of all the ICDS centre.
 Enrolment of Mushar, weaver’s children will
be strictly monitored by involving CBO
members.
centre.
 Issue occupational diseases among
the weaver’s children or suffering
of children by TB will be identified
at early stage and refer to the
doctor.

 Community
Resource
Management like:-
- Kitchen Garden
- Plantation of trees
on community
lands for
nutritious fruits
- Promotion to
develop
community water
bodies.
 Every household will be
given orientation about
kitchen garden.
 All the available lands /
spaces will be utilize to
grow vegetables
 Nutritional values of
vegetables will be
mapped, documented
and shared with the
communities.
 Mapping of vegetable as per the size of
spaces for kitchen gardens.
 Mapping of trees which can provide
nutritious fruits like Mahua & Berry etc.
 Mapping of community water bodies in
the project areas.
 Advocacy with Village Head and
panchayat secretary to develop water
bodies through MNREGA programme in
the villages.
 Access to organic and
nutritious vegetable to
children.
 Understanding about use of
waste land for common
concerns.
 Feeling of ownership of land
among Mushar & Nutt
communities.
 Check in migration: The
Kitchen Garden has potential
of checking migration among
Mushar communities.
 Access to
Government
Schemes and
Progammes like
BPL Cards, Public
Distribution
System (PDS), Mid
 Linking all the eligible
person with the
respective programmes
of the scheme.
 Enabling them to claim
their entitlements.
 All the eligible persons
 Community Outreach Porgramme.
 Mapping of stakeholders
 Mapping of beneficiaries as per the
schemes and policies.
 Advocacy and Awareness
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programme
 Analysis of Income expenditure pattern to
gauge spending towards children. This
 XXX number of people will get
access to BPL cards
 XXX number of people will get
access to PDS shops
 XXX number of people will get
access to Old Age Pension and
Annapurna Programme

15
For detail please see the Capacity Building, Advocacy & Awareness Plan.
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–Day Meals
Program, National
Old age Pension
program,
Annapurna
program

will get access to these
schemes.
can be regularly taken up that benefits
should be channelized for children post
availing the benefits of these schemes.
 Development of
understanding about these
issue among community.
 Linking people with
Livelihood
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programmes like
Bunkar Cards,
Bunkar Cridit
Cards, Bunkar
Health Cards,
Mahatma Gandhi
Insurance Scheme
for Bunkars,
Artisan Cards,
Artisan Health
Cards and
MNGREGA
 Linking of these
schemes with livelihood
and food.
 Identification of
persons eligible for
these programmes.
 All the identified
persons will get access
to these schemes.
 Study about these schemes
 Sharing of learning among communities.
 Advocacy with concerned departments.
 Awareness level will be better
 The community will start
discussing about it and
getting access to these
schemes

 Linking
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of all the
children with
schemes available
for them
 All the children are not
going to ICDS centres
 Government’s food
programmes like
Annapurna or MDM is
not accessible to all the
needy people.
 Community’s understanding of what is
their rights and what they can get with
little consistent efforts
 Empowered community with KAP
 100 % children attached with
 ICDS
 MDM
 PDS and
 Other schemes
  Activation of PRI to
use the untied
fund.
 Access to untied fund  Mapping of malnourished children
 Advocacy with CMO & PRI for release of
untied fund for SAM children.
 Awareness about untied fund
among community.
 Awareness about untied fund
among PRI members.
  Strengthening of  Understanding of  Mapping of members of Mothers  Development of understand

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Livelihood problem is another major issue on the way to reduction of malnutrition. It is linked with all the three major components of quality live- health, education and proper
development of a child
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Exploitation and manipulation of schemes and services by people with power and authority
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Mothers
Committee &
VHSNC for unitied
funds
members of MC &
VHSNC about their roles
and responsibilities to
address issues of
malnutrition.
Committee (MC) & VHSNC.
 CB programme for them.
 Interface with members of these
committees.
 Regular meeting with them to ensure
proper use of untied funds.
of MC & VHSNC members
 Making them more
responsible & accountable.
 Community aware about their
roles.
  Proper
implementation of
health guarantee
scheme through
schools, SMC’s to
follow up on
presence of
children
 Children will access to
health guarantee
scheme.
 Awareness generation about the health
guarantee scheme among teachers &
parents.
 Advocacy with the concern department.
 Awareness & access of health
guarantee scheme.



Goal 4- PROTECTION : Contribute towards creating a protective environment for children that is free from
violence, abuse and exploitation

JMN has been advised to focus on issues of education, health, malnutrition, and participation. JMN will only respond to the cases of protection in their
intervention areas. Child Marriages can be addressed through child participation processes



Goal 5- PARTICIPATION: Ensure children’s voices are recognised as significant and unique in issues that affect them
Issue Programme Target2012- 2013 Process Expected
Achievement
In significant
policy
engagements
ensure children’s
view are
represented

 Children Collective
to address social
issue by providing
children group as
platform based on
social harmony and
equality
 One children
group in each
project village- 21
villages & 1 slum
 8 children groups
working in
structured way
 Meetings in schools and community with children
 Meetings with parents and teachers
 Organizing children activities to engage children and
encourage them to discuss about their every day issues
 4 of them have started regular meetings
Strengthening inter group correspondence
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 Children will be orientated about importance of pen pall
 Parents, children
and community
understands
importance of
children’s
participation in
community

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“Reading makes a full man, conference a ready man and writing an exact man.” Says Francis Bacon
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 Formation Children
Collective
 Strengthening of
old children groups
 Orientation of new
children groups
 Capacity building
of already formed
groups
and its concept
 Children will be trained/ capacitated with the skill of letter
writings
 All the children will be exchanging their ideas and dreams
through letters
Voice of Children (VOC)
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VOC is being envisaged quarterly magazine
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to highlight views
of children on the issues concerned them. The VOC will be a
quarterly magazine for children of all the partners. In the
language of Abraham Lincoln, we may call it voice of the
children, for the children and by the children.
There will be two sets of editorial board- [1] PH Editorial Board
[2] Children Editorial Board]
Orientation on fooding habits and locally available
plans and resources on food security
 Children collective of rural areas will be organized in a
group of 5 children. They will be guided to collect
information about animals and plants of their area and how
these animals and plants are useful for human being.
 Encouraging them to meet village elders and ask about
disappeared plants
 Documenting local medicinal plants
programmes
 Children will be
confident & vocal
with proper
understanding of
CR issues in their
villages.
 Children’s vies
will be
represented
through PenPal,
theatre and
 5 existing groups
will be
strengthened
 3 new groups will
be formed

 Status
Mapping
 Mapping of
children in 6 to 18
years age group
 Tracking their
activities.
 All children are
mapped
 Data & their
profile available

 The same group of children will also be collecting
information about other children in order to prepare their
profiles

 Status report on
children with
special emphasis
on bunker,
mushar and nut
 Strategy to deal
with children for
their
empowerment
 Empowered,

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CRY Goal says “For a credible and serious child rights organisation, it is crucial to have a deep understanding of children in their entirety and to ensure their voices are represented in
all matters that affect them. This is something that CRY is 100% committed to doing”.
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Quarterly Magazine, VOC, will be part of state level activities. It will be a pilot testing for the magazine. Though it is inbuilt in JMN but finally it will go to VOP Plan.
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happy and vocal
children
 All children will
be mapped and
their profile
created by
children groups.
 Theatre
Activities
 This is the follow
up ongoing theatre
activities in the
state.
 Theatre workshop
-PH + Child Facilitator
(CF)
-Capacity building of
Child facilitator
groups
 Theatre Festival

 Participated in
theatre workshop
 CF & children
trained in theatre
technique
 Theatre Festival
or Bal Mela
organized ,
 Walter Peter will be contacted for conducting workshops
 Children group will participate in the workshops
 Theatre activities will also be organized at the village level
 Basic understanding of theatre and child participation will
be explained
 Understanding of
theatre and its
concept to PH, CH
and children
 Theatre
techniques
reaches to
children
collectives
 Participate 4
workshops
organised
 Participate in a
State level
theatre festival in
Lucknow.
 Participate in
state-level
Children’s
festival as a
platform for
showcasing
Children’s
voices on the
issues faced
 Children groups
participate in State
level Theatre
Festival at Lucknow

 Children perform
in their villages
and district
headquarters
 Children perform
at State Level
Festival
 Children will be trained
 Script will be developed by them
 Development of play
 Feeling of “Yes we
can change the
world- that is
development of
confidence in
children
 Development of
theatre skill
among the team
 Participate in
theatre festival in
Lucknow
 Participate in
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theatre activities
at District &
village level.
 Healthy Home  Understanding
about concept of
healthy home
 Capacity Building of
Children on Healthy
Home Survey

  

Capacity Building
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to ensure proper implementation of Plan 2013-14.
Issue Programme Target2012- 2013 Process Expected Achievement
Capacity Building  ECCE  Reading ECCE Policy.
 Sharing learning with team
members and village community.
 Linking it with ICDS
 Capacity Building of ICDS Workers
& Mothers’ Committees.
 Understanding on ICDS Mission.
 PH will collect all the information
regarding ECCE Policy 2013 and make
a brief note for (1) Staff and (2)
community and (3) Mothers’
Committees.
 Discussion about non-negotiable
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principals of ECCE and sharing the
information with community.
 Public Hearing
 Better understanding
among staff and the
community.
 Mothers’ Committee
monitors ICDS Services


 RTE &
Madrasa
Education
System
 There is need to understand issue
of access & reach.
 Dropout cases has to be addressed
through direct intervention with
parents.
 Workshop for SMC members and
empowering them with tools of
School Annual Plan.

 Reading of community specific
materials
 Reading Sachar Committee Report and
sharing important findings with staff &
community
 Reading schemes for minority booklet
prepared by MP partners.
 Workshop for teachers of Madrasa.
 Public Hearing organized
 Better understanding of
SMC members.
 Health  Verbal autopsy of IMR, CMR &  Use of untied funds  Better understanding about

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CB programmes are critical to ensure proper implementation of JMN Plan 2013-14.
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There are 11 base standards which would be non-negotiable for promotion of quality ECCE. These shall be made mandatory for all service providers. For detail please refer ECCE
Policy 2013.
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Services MMR
 CB of VHSNC Committes
 Workshop for ANM & ASHA
 Activation of PHC
 Study of prevalence of TB among
children of Bunkar community.
the health services.
 Malnutrition  Conceptual Clarity of Malnutrition
 Kitchen Garden
 RTF and other food security
schemes.
 Workshop for JMN Staff in
malnutrition
 Public Meeting in villages on the
concept of Kitchen Garden- its benefits
and challenges
 Reading of MP’s report on Sajha
Chulha
 Workshop for ICDS workers & helper
to capacitate about
 Study of “Kuposhan Praveshika”
 Better understanding of the
issue and reduction in issue
of malnutrition.
 Theatre  Theatre workshop & training.  Theatre workshop will be organized at
district level and at state level for
children and child facilitators.

 Kitchen
Garden (KG)
 Documentation of training of last
year’s KG programmen.
 Workshop on kitchen garden
concept for JMN workers.
 Understanding nutritional values
of locally available vegetables.
 Follow up of learning from last years.
 Reading books on kitchen garden.
 Meetings with community about
kitchen garden.
 Access to tools and
knowledge of kitchen
gardens.
 Access to vegetables