• Participation of pregnant women and children in the age range of 0-6 years for prenatal care package has increased.
  • In rainy season, initiative has been taken by community for chlorination of open well water.
  • Many villagers changes their practice of alcohol.
  • Awareness about sanitation has been increased which is indicated through the making of compost pit for dumping garbage.
  • Few people’s are initiating latrines, filling up the pits of stagnated water in and around of their courtyard has been practiced.
  • Many families are using boiled water for drinking purpose.
  • Using mosquito net for prevention of malaria has been raised.
  • Using slippers and shoes.
  • Consultation with health service delivery centres has been increased especially in tribal areas, which was ignored earlier.
  • After district level seminar both the district administrations and health department are very supportive and have assured their cooperation for the programme in future.

We found that different people highly appreciated this model. At community level, many poor people are gradually avoiding their bad practices like using Tobacco and alcohol. They are also able to understand the usefulness of mosquito nets, shoes, hand washing, cleanness of surrounding of their home, personal health and hygienic, cultivation of vegetable and green leafs.

The School health programme in our schools we specifically focused on addressing the health needs of children, both physical and mental. In addition to this we are also providing nutritious food, yoga facilities and counselling. It responds to an increased need, increases the efficacy of other investments in child development, ensures good current and future health, better educational outcomes and improves social equity and all the services are provided for in a cost effective manner.

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