For Health & Development of the Poorest Children

10 K CLUB
www.10kclub.org
B-5 Greater Kailash Enclave II, New Delhi 48, India Tel: +91 11 46 01 73 73

For Health & Development of the Poorest Children CURRENT REALITY IN INDIA ´ ´ ´ ´ 8-9% GDP growth 134 out of 182 countries on Human Development Index 1/3 of global poor Health care costs responsible for half of all cases of decline into poverty Health & Development Challenges ‡ Maternal death ‡ Early motherhood ‡ Infant deaths ‡ Malnutrition ‡ Inadequate immunization ‡ Infectious diseases ‡ School dropout ‡ HIV infections ‡ Poor vocational skills 2 .

For Health & Development of the Poorest Children PERSISTENT BARRIERS TO PROGRESS ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ Inadequate knowledge on disease prevention & health promotion measures Segmented approach towards aid and healthcare Poor access to healthcare facilities Fragile health care infrastructure Unawareness of fundamental citizens· rights Illiteracy and school drop out especially amongst girls Cultural and religious restrictions and taboos 3 .

community-owned evidencecommunityand self-sustaining initiative self4 .For Health & Development of the Poorest Children VISION To break the cycle of poverty and poor health for children & adolescents in India·s most marginalised communities through an evidence-based.

For Health & Development of the Poorest Children CORE ELEMENTS ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ Awareness and knowledge as vehicles for change Change through and by the community Preventive and promotive health care. low tech and cost effective measures Focus on total health. not curative Evidence-based. not its isolated components Sensitivity to cultural beliefs and practices Realistic. long-term and lasting change Assessment & measurement of effectiveness Accountability and transparency 5 .

prevention & management of newborn & childhood diseases ´ Enhanced school retention Life skills & sexuality education Healthy nutritional practices Increased livelihood skills & opportunities Delayed age of marriage 6 .For Health & Development of the Poorest Children TARGET GROUPS 0-2 Years ´ ´ 10-19 Years ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ Adequate antenatal care for pregnant mothers New-born care & early breastfeeding Complimentary infant feeding Universal immunization Early identification.

For Health & Development of the Poorest Children INTERVENTION APPROACH ´ ´ ´ ´ Mapping the unreached Informal interactions with community members Identification of active group and peer leaders Creation of community structures: « « « « Mothers and father·s groups Women·s groups Youth groups Key decision makers· groups ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ Building capacities of group leaders & peer leaders through educational & training programmes Linkages between community groups & health service providers Training health service providers & school teachers on family/adolescent issues Training group and peer leaders on knowledge dissemination & follow-up Strengthening public health services through meeting authorities & community pressure 7 .

For Health & Development of the Poorest Children INTERVENTION APPROACH Mot rs f t rs· roups Women·s roups Yout roups Decision makers· roups Strengthening public services Dissemination & follow-up Training health service providers & teachers Linkages between community groups & health workers ¤  ¤ ¤ ¡  £ ¢ ¡  ¤ Mapping the unreached Informal community interactions Identification of group & peer leaders reating community structures Capacity building for group & peer leaders 8 .

For Health & Development of the Poorest Children INTERVENTION APPROACH Mapping the unreached Strengthening public services Informal community interactions Dissemination & follow-up Identification of group & peer leaders Training health service providers & teachers Creating community structures Linkages Capacity building 9 .

For Health & Development of the Poorest Children INTERVENTION APPROACH Mapping the unreached Linkages between community groups & health workers Training health service providers & teachers Informal community interactions Capacity building for group & peer leaders Dissemination & follow-up ¦ ¥ Identification of group & peer leaders Creating community structures Mothers & fathers· groups omen·s groups outh groups ecision makers· groups Strengthening public services § 10 .

. 40 districts) in 5 years 10.e.000 children in each intervention site « « ´ 5000 children in 0-2 age group 5000 adolescents in 10-19 age group 11 .For Health & Development of the Poorest Children GOAL ´ 40 intervention sites (i.

interact with your beneficiaries & see the difference you are making Share with us your observations and suggestions Keep track of your donation and our progress on the 10K Club website through confidential log-in & password ´ ´ ´ ´ 12 .For Health & Development of the Poorest Children HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE ´ Adopt an intervention site at $xx dollars per year (For 10.000 children) Support your intervention site for a minimum of three years per principles of sustainable development Visit your intervention site once per year.

you will have full profile and visibility on 10K Club website You will receive confidential user name and password to track your donation We post quarterly progress reports on quantitative and qualitative indicators of effectiveness We develop real-life case studies for ongoing refinement of 10K interventions We document all activities and expenditures We provide full access and transparency We listen to your ideas and suggestions ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ 13 .For Health & Development of the Poorest Children OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU ´ As 10K Club member.

Founded in 1990 200+ staff with multidisciplinary teams Annual budget of $xxx dollars Total grants in aid and other contributions of $xxx dollars Headquarters in Delhi with regional offices in Chandigarh.org 14 . Nagpur and Bangalore www.For Health & Development of the Poorest Children MAMTA THE HEALTH INSTITUTE FOR MOTHER AND CHILD ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ ´ National level NGO committed to integrated health and development in the context of poverty. gender and rights with ¶Life Cycle Approach·.mamta-himc. Lucknow. Jaipur.

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