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¢ ˜  GDP growth
¢ 134 out of 1˜ countries on Human Health & Development
Development Index Challenges
¢ 1/3 of global poor
Ñ èaternal death
¢ Health care costs responsible for half Ñ Early motherhood
of all cases of decline into poverty Ñ Infant deaths
Ñ èalnutrition
Ñ Inadequate immunization
Ñ Infectious diseases
Ñ School dropout
Ñ HIV infections
Ñ Poor vocational skills

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¢ 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

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vehicles for change
¢ Change through and by the community
¢ Preventive and promotive health care; not curative
¢ Evidence based, low tech and cost effective measures
¢ Focus on total health, not its isolated components
¢ Sensitivity to cultural beliefs and practices
¢ Realistic, long term and lasting change
¢ ssessment & measurement of effectiveness
¢ ccountability and transparency

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¢ dequate antenatal care for ¢ Enhanced school retention
pregnant mothers ¢ Life skills & sexuality education
¢ New born care & early ¢ Healthy nutritional practices
breastfeeding ¢ Increased livelihood skills &
¢ Complimentary infant feeding opportunities
¢ Universal immunization ¢ Delayed age of marriage
¢ Early identification, prevention &
management of newborn &
childhood diseases

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¢ èapping the unreached
¢ Informal interactions with community members
¢ Identification of active group and peer leaders
¢ Creation of community structures:
èothers 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

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¢ 4 intervention sites (i.e., 4 districts) in 5 years

¢ 1, children in each intervention site


5 children in   age group
5 adolescents in 1 1 age group

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¢ dopt an intervention site at $xx dollars per year (For 1,
children)

¢ Support your intervention site for a minimum of three years per


principles of sustainable development

¢ Visit your intervention site once per year, 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 1K Club
website through confidential log in & password

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¢ s 1K Club member, you will have full profile and visibility on 1K 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 1K


interventions

¢ We document all activities and expenditures

¢ We provide full access and transparency

¢ We listen to your ideas and suggestions

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¢ National level NGO committed to integrated health and development in the


context of poverty, gender and rights with    
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¢ Founded in 1
¢  staff with multidisciplinary teams
¢ nnual budget of $xxx dollars
¢ Total grants in aid and other contributions of $xxx dollars
¢ Headquarters in Delhi with regional offices in Chandigarh, Lucknow, Jaipur,
Nagpur and Bangalore
www.mamta himc.org

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