To Provide the Health facility to the people form schedule tribe, forest & hilly areas, specially to the women, children, aged in unserved and underserved areas. Operationalizing Mobile Medical Unit Services in remote, tribal and hilly areas to provide Primary health Services. Beneficiaries: people living in remote villages, hilly and forest tract and the tribal where the Government Primary health services are underserved or unserved. Women, children, pregnant, lactating mothers, infants and aged are the main target of the project. Because they need the services than anybody else who could access it the nearby areas.
An integrated approach to build a equitable and empowered society
An Empowered Society where in Children, Women and marginalized live a comprehensive life.
SEVAK aims to empower the socially and economically weaker sections of the society, especially women, children, aged and disabled through providing advice, information, services and by participating with the intermediatory organisations in extending cooperation and facilitation and initiate necessary support for their self reliance.
Child marriage is defined as a marriage of an individual (girl or boy) before reaching the pronounced eligible age. Children in this age group are immature or not mature enough to enter into the overwhelming idea of marriage. Neither their psyche nor the body is ready to take up the burden of the union of marriage. The project IMAGE K focuses on their health rights, access to education, nutritional care, sexual and reproductive health rights, and social security by promoting livelihood opportunities and addressing gender-based violence.
The programme's objective is to strengthen the systems by advocating with Government and Law enforcement agencies to prevent children from sexual exploitation through the Devadasi system through mass awareness and advocacy campaigns. Activities of the programme cover advocacy activities at the community level and at the Government level. Kishori group members are capacitated to advocate for the implementation of laws for the Prevention of the dedication of children as Devadasi.
Under this project, the most remote and difficult to reach areas/villages far away from a fixed health facility with poor outreach services have been identified for each MMU to bring them under Mobile Medical Unit care. Preventive, Curative & Promotive Primary Health care services for common illnesses and chronic illness. MMUS are also equipped to provide First Aid and routine laboratory services like Blood Sugar Level Estimation, Pregnancy test, Urine tests, Malaria test, HIV test etc.
It is the small change that makes the biggest impact.
Early married girls identified and 608 benefited with the help of IMAGE K project.
Children rescued from Devadasi system under Children Good Project
Of the population and more benefited with the help of Mobile Medical Unit
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Bank: Union Bank of India
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