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This is a brief introduction of Sukarya which includes History, Vision, Mission, Objectives, Organisation structure, Projects undertaken, IEC material, capacity building trainings, fundraising ...

This is a brief introduction of Sukarya which includes History, Vision, Mission, Objectives, Organisation structure, Projects undertaken, IEC material, capacity building trainings, fundraising activities, relief work, donors funding agencies and corporates, organisations Sukarya has worked with

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    • SUKARYABEHTAR SWASTHYA BEHTAR SAMAJ
    • SukaryaSukarya, is a non-governmental developmentorganization working on issues affecting thehealth status of rural and urban communities inHaryana since 1999. Registered in 2001, thefocus of our work is primarily to improve thehealth status of urban and rural poor by makingprimary health care services at both preventiveand curative levels accessible to underservedand marginalized communities.
    • VISIONThe Vision of Sukarya is health for all- BehtarSwasthya Behtar Samaj’; a society whereeveryone has access to basic health careservices and the fundamental developmentneed of communities are adequately met. Ourinterventions are aimed at ensuring equitableaccess to quality health services to allincluding the poorest sections of the society,especially women, adolescents and children.
    • Our Objectives To advocate, encourage and guide positive health-seeking behavior with special emphasis on overall health and well- being. To improve maternal and child health through training, awareness campaigns, workshops, and health related education. To advocate, promote and sensitize communities on Primary Health Care, Reproductive Child Health and Community Health issues. To empower women by strengthening their physical, mental and emotional well-being and economic security. To initiate and implement social and community development activities in the field of healthcare, income generation for women as well as informal education for the weaker sections of society. To provide humanitarian assistance in areas affected by natural calamities such as cyclones, earthquakes and floods.
    • OUR TEAMThe team of Sukarya includes volunteers,professionals, consultants, doctors and theworking staff.
    • Board of TrusteesMs. Meera Satpathy ChairpersonMs. Kumkum Bhatia TrusteeMr. Debabrata Satpathy Trustee
    • The list of volunteers is as follows:Mr. D. S. KatariaMr. Asit TarkhadMs. Pushpa IndernathMs. Renu SoodMs. Shipra ShuklaMs. Neelam KapurMs. Santosh SharmaMs. Reva PuriMs. Varsha TarkhadMs. Rashmi NarayanMr. Naresh WadhawanMs. Madhu Kataria
    • Advisory CommitteeMr. C.B. Satpathy, Retd. DGOI police ,Working as advisor corporate strategy andsecurityMr. S.K. Kain, I.P.S., Retd. DG Police, Worked as special commissioner WIP services,Delhi, Member, PGC DelhiDr. Aasha Kapur Mehta, Professor Economics in IIPA, lecturer since 1975,DelhiUniversity, Reader in IIPA 1997- PRESENTDr. Suraj Kumar, National Programme Officer, UNDP, India Country Office, Delhi.
    • The list of Project staff is as follows:Mr. Shahnawaz Shahid – BCC Coordinator [RCH Project]Mr. Dharmveer Yadav – Assistant BCC Coordinator [RCH project]Mr. Satnam Singh – Programme Manager [SHG & Health Initiative Projects]Ms. Renu Bisht - Coordinator [SHG Project]Mr. Devendra Sharma – Accounts cum Administration OfficerMr.Fahad khan - Field Supervisor [RCH Project]Mr.Pawan Kumar - Field Supervisor [ RCH Project]Mr. Bunyad Ahmad - Field supervisor [ RCH project ]Mr. Naresh Kumar - Field supervisor [ RCH Project]Mr. Mohd. Iqbal - Field Supervisor [ RCH Project]Ms Geeta Sharma - Field supervisor [SHG Project]
    • Sukarya initiated its activities in 1999 byconducting various Health Camps, Health Melasand Free Medical Services including freedistribution of medicines in various slums ofDelhi and Gurgaon with the help of expert teamof doctors. Subsequently Sukarya has beenimplementing Income Generation and Life SkillsProjects in Gurgaon and covering JJ slum clustersin DLF Phase-V and villages of Kanhei,Wazirabad, Ghata, Tighra and Shamaspur.
    • PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES● GRASSROOTS INTERVENTION● PERI URBAN INTERVENTION
    • GRASSROOTS INTERVENTIONA. Improving Reach and Access of RCH and FP services with Quality of Care in partnership with Population Foundation of India (PFI)B. Men as Partners in Improving the health Status of the Rural Communities, this project is supported by Concern India Foundation and Amadeus India.D. Better health through Community based health centre, this project is supported by Charities Aid Foundation and Incentive DestinationE. Women empowerment by strengthening self help group and micro enterprise development, this project is supported by Charities Aid Foundation and Godfrey Phillips India Limited
    • Improving Reachand Access of RCHwith Quality of Care
    • This project is a direct implementation project byPopulation Foundation Of India with active partnership ofSukarya. The project is of 3 years period and covers apopulation of 50,000 which includes 29 villages of Nuh andTauro Block of Mewat District. The goal of the project is toimprove the reproductive and child health and familyplanning status in Mewat.
    • List of village for direct Implementation in MewatCluster no. Sl.no. Block Village Population(2001) 1Taoru Bissar Akbarpur 2823 2Taoru Para 867 3Taoru Kalwari 2562 Cluster-1 4Taoru Sheikhpur 292 5Taoru Hasanpur 2746 6Taoru Sabras 1108 Cluster-2 7Taoru Guddhi(Guddha+Nihalgarh) 1089 8Taoru Khark 193 9Taoru Sunthaka 51 10Taoru Beri Nisfi 361 11Taoru Jafarabad 904 Cluster-3 12Taoru Goela 1123 Total population 14119 1NUH Untka 965 2NUH Murad bas 1608 3NUH Baroji 489 4NUH Bai 1728 5NUH Meoli 5569 6NUH Kherla 3161 Cluster-1 7NUH Khori nuh 126 8NUH Salamba 5093 9NUH Salaheri 3848 10NUH Ferozpur Namak 5102 11NUH Cahndni 3026 Cluster-2 12NUH Saidan 702 13NUH Palla 1278 14NUH Sonkh 1018 15NUH Biwan 625 16NUH Tapkan 2429 Cluster-3 17NUH Rehna 2734 Total population 39501 G.Total population 53620
    • Under the community health program, Sukarya is implementing a projectin the most backward and the deprived district of Haryana, Mewat.Mewat is the land of the Meos, who have their genesis in the Meo tribals,who are basically an agriculture based society. The area has a distinctethnic and socio-cultural tract. Historically, the region has had anextremely turbulent history and has been subjected to repeated invasions.The destruction and devastation over the centuries has resulted inbackwardness and gross underdevelopment both in the area and itspeople. Sukarya initiated its work in Mewat District from June 2008. Ourproject objectives focus on male partnership and participation inimproving the overall health status of rural communities. The thrust ofthe project focuses on health education and awareness. Male healthgroups will play a key role and will provide platform for health educationto identify health issues and problems and to take actions at the groundlevel for seeking health products and services.
    • Major activities till now• A baseline survey has been conducted by an external organization to understand the health status prevailing in the area in the month of June, July and August.• The project reaches to a population of 29000 in 13 villages of Tauro Block of Mewat District.• 8 male health groups have been formed and are active.• 2336 females and 2228 males have visited the camps and have been benefited• Diagnostic test like X-ray, ECG , blood and urine test has been conducted for 400 people
    • Better health throughCommunity based health centre
    • A number of programs have been initiated by policy makers in India since itsindependence to bring about positive change in the health of the citizens of India. A hugeamount of money has been spent to provide quality health services to the rural populationof the country. However, there is still a large proportion of rural population that isdeprived of it. For instance Bandhwari, a village with a population of 5000, which falls onthe Gurgaon-Faridabad highway, 18 kms from Gurgaon, has residents who were entirelydependent on quacks for primary health services. There was no clinic or dispensary in thevillage. Even the transport facilities in the village are very poor. Taking these facts intoconsideration, Sukarya started a small but important joint venture in the village with thesupport of CAF and Incentive Destinations.The goal of the Project was to increase awareness and improve in the overall health of thegram panchayat of Bandhwari. In order to achieve the goal in a perfect manner, we workedwith a well planned strategy. A health centre was established for the people of Bandhwari,with an M.B.B.S doctor and a medical dispenser, active five days in a week. To strengthencommunity participation, four community health workers were selected from the villageitself. These health workers played a vital role in bringing needy people to the health centreand in conducting the follow-up of these patients. To address the issues related towomen’s health, visits by a female specialist doctor were scheduled twice in a month.Further, IEC material is also being developed to generate awareness related to health andsanitation.
    • Achievements till now• More than 3500 household from the village benefited from the services of the Health Centre like health check ups, provision of quality and effective medicines, counseling by the doctor and the medicine in charge and time to time follow up by the project staff.• 3000 patients have received the treatment during the last two years including 995 women and 746 children. Patients are benefited by the mobile health clinic services.• More than 70% of the patients paid the user friendly fees of Rs.10 in the health centre.• Counseling and one to one interaction has been conducted with at least 50% of the patients visiting the clinic. One to one counseling on health has lead to improvement in the levels of personnel hygiene amongst people in the community. cont……..
    • • Increase in the awareness level regarding good health, nutrition, safe drinking water, sanitation, immunization and pregnancy care.• Increased heath seeking behavior in the community. Patients started visiting the health centre and the government dispensaries for primary health care services.• The women from the community were particularly satisfied with the visit of 2 lady doctors twice in a month in the health centre. This opportunity gave them ample scope to discuss their health problems freely with them.
    • Women in the rural areas of Haryana have very little control over their lives.They have no power to take part in the process of decision making in familymatters. Dependency on male members of the family can be seen in almostevery sphere of their lives. These facts have motivated Sukarya to do somethingfor rural women in the economic front, as economic self reliance has beenconsidered a crucial factor in realizing the goal of women empowerment. Apilot project on women empowerment by strengthening self help groups andvocational training was an ambitious step toward this direction. Three self helpgroups and one vocational training group were formed under this project.Apart from the saving, two self help groups are involved in income generationactivity of spice and cereal making. The prepared spices and cereals are sold byputting stalls at various corporate offices, housing societies and at the villagelevel. An adolescent group having 15 members underwent six months training of abeautician course under an experienced and a trained teacher. The BeautyParlor course was provided to the adolescent girls with an objective to providethem with the basic skills of a beautician.
    • Achievements• Bank linkages have been created for 3 self help groups. 2 self help groups have been given a revolving fund of Rs.11,000 each• 44 women directly and almost 220 people indirectly are getting monetary benefits.• 2 self help groups are running their spice centers successfully in Bandhwari and Waliawas villages.•There is an increase of Rs.500 in the monthly income of the 16 women involved in the spice and cereal making enterprise.• 15 Adolescent girls have successfully undergone the vocational training on Beauty Culture.• The women now have a platform where they can discuss their problem and find a solution. They get opportunities to recreate themselves as a group. cont………..
    • • There is a significant change in the confidence and mobility of the women who belong to self help group. Now, they have the capacity to go bank independently. The same women who had the hesitation to come out of the four walls, now with immense confidence go to the corporate offices and sell the spices.• There is an active participation from the community through this empowerment program. Firstly, the training venue has been a contribution to the project from the villagers. Secondly the SHG women and their family members were active participants in the program by directly involving in the program. The rest of the community was actively participating by their supporting the promotion of the products (spices) by regularly buying them and building more customers.• There is an increased awareness among the self help group members about health, nutrition, personal hygiene, numeric and calculation skills, self confidence and mobility.
    • RECENTLY COMPLETED PROJECTSA. Reduction in the prevalence of Anaemia – an important factor of maternal mortality and morbidityB. Promoting Rural Health by Health Promotional Camps
    • Under the reproductive child health program, Sukarya is implementing a pilotproject to reduce the prevalence of anemia among pregnant women, lactatingmothers and adolescents. The project aims to reach 30000 people in 10villages of Gurgaon distict in Haryana. It was initiated in May 2006 and itsprojected duration is of 3 years. The project focuses primarily on behaviorchange communication to effectively motivate the target group and high riskpeople. This is done by promotion of knowledge, by encouraging theadoption of healthy practices and the provision of needed health productsand services at the community level for anaemia reduction. This project issupported by the Population Foundation of India, New Delhi.
    • Achievements• Till July, 2009, the project has reached out to 1674 pregnant women, 2087 lactating and 2979 adolescents.• The project has educated and brought awareness on anemia, nutrition, safe motherhood, safe delivery and post natal care to 10000 women and their families.• 2176 pregnant, lactating and adolescents have undergone hemoglobin tests by Sahli’s method.• 2439 pregnant, lactating and adolescents has been provided with iron folic acid tablets• 1255 adolescents has been de wormed from the project on a regular basis
    • • 757 lactating women has been de wormed from the project• 2047 pregnant and lactating women has been counseled by doctor and nutritionist during the anemia camps• 297 pregnant and lactating women have bought and are using iron pans on a regular basis.• 605 families are using double fortified salt on a regular basis• 419 serious anemic cases (pregnant and lactating) has been referred and treated in the project.• Liasioning with the health department on a regular basis for better coordination and utilization of the local level health services like regular availability of IFA Tablets from the PHC, availing the services of the government ANM and availing the facility of delivery huts.
    • The end line survey of the project was done by athird party and Sukarya was successful in reducingthe prevalence of Anaemia by 65%
    • Sukarya has been implementing a project titled “Delivering Health Services by aMobile Diagnostic Clinic” in six villages of the Pataudi block from April 2007 toMay, 2008. This was the first intervention where Sukarya has initiated the mobileclinic services in the rural areas of Haryana. Before the intervention of theproject, meetings were conducted with District commissioner, DistrictDevelopment and Panchayat officer and Chief Medical Officer to seek theirsupport and guidance for implementing this project.It was a conscious decision taken by Sukarya to work in the Pataudi Block. It wasthe first mobile clinic intervention with Sukarya’s initiative, without any supportfrom donors. After visiting the villages in Patuadi Block and conducting a fewgroup discussions with stakeholders, six villages were short listed for theimplementation of the project. The list of the villages is as follows: Sl. Name of the village Population N o 1 Bapas 1110 2 Titarpur Dhani 317 3 Pahari 2011 Source of data: CHC, Pataudi 4 Nanukhurd 1033 5 Daulatabad 1066 6 Khetiawas 1068
    • Achievements◄A total of 18 camps were held in which total 651 men and 738 women were benefited from the camps.◄ Improvement in the health seeking behavior was observed in the community. The people took their initiative to attend the camps, complete the course of medicines and follow up with the doctors.◄ More number of people from the community was aware about the government services and was benefiting from the service.◄ More number of women were going for their pre natal check ups and taking the TT injections. cont………
    • ◄ More number of women were opting for institutional deliveries◄ The community became more cognizant about nutritive diet◄ The elderly people, including both the women and men were benefited by the inputs by the physiotherapist, who regularly took the physiotherapy treatments for their joint and arthritis problems
    • PERI URBAN INTERVENTIONSA. Reaching to the urban slums by Sukarya Sehat CentreB. Health check-up of students in schools run by other NGOs supported by Concern India Foundation and the Bird GroupC. Pahal project in Saraswati Kunj Slums Aector 53, DLF Phase-V Gurgaon supported by Concern India Foundation and the Bird Group and Hughes SystiqueD.Physiotherapy Unit – An alternative TreatmentE. Womens Income Generation Group - Spice Making Project
    • “Better health–better society“ is the one line statement of Sukarya.So, in order to strengthen its statement, the Sukarya Sehat Centrewas inaugurated in 2005 in Sukarya’s premises at Sushant lok. Sincethen, the Sehat Centre has been doing exemplary work and is wellknown for its service to poor and needy people.Sukarya SehatCentre was inaugurated in 2005 in Sukarya’s premises at Sushantlok. Since then, the Sehat Centre has been doing exemplary workand is well known for its service to poor and needy people. Ageneral practitioner is available 3 days a week between 10:30-1:30.
    • MAJOR ACTIVITIESA general practitioner regularly attends to children (5 -15 years) from a non-formal education centre called Sankalp based in slums of DLF phase V,Gurgaon.On Saturdays, the doctor of the health centre goes to the Saksham School,Sushant Lok for a check-up of all the 120 students and teachers of the school.Sukarya provides health check up facilities and counseling to all the HUMANAPeople to People India non-formal schools running in Gurgaon. These schools arerunning in Chakarpur, Jharsa, Sector 39, Basai Road. Sukarya provides healthfacilities to approximately 700 students of various HUMANA schools.Sukarya is providing health check up facilities to 300 students in a schooladopted by ICF (India Citizen Forum) in Nathupur.
    • Saraswati Kunj Slums has a total of 640 juggis with a population of 6040. Sukarya isproviding basic health care facilities to Saraswati Kunj slums through a sehat centre.Counseling sessions are also done on a regular basis. A health card is maintained for eachfamily.ActivitiesFormation of men and women Health Groups one men and one women group in the village (Swasthya Samuh)Capacity building of health groupsDevelopment of IEC materials and wall writingsHealth education sessions in health groupsHealth education sessions in schoolsIndividual and group counseling sessionsOrganizing Health camps and Diagnostic Health camps, and visits of specialist doctorsNetworking and linkages with government health institutions like PHC, sub centers, delivery huts, CHCs, government hospitalNetworking and linkages with charitable and private clinicsStrengthening the referring system
    • General Health camps will focus on:Health Check up by doctorFree distribution of medicinesClose follow up of patientsHealth education sessionsDiagnostic Health Camps will focus on:Free consultancy and check ups by doctorsFree distribution of medicines by well trained medicine dispensersLab test facilities like the blood, stool, urine, ECG and X- Ray has been provided by the mobile clinic for the community.Free haemoglobin check up for all women in the camp was held to understand the anemia status in the villagesHealth education to women, school children and men on nutrition, personal health and hygiene, community sanitation, safe deliveries and immunization by talk shows, documentary films, leaflets and pamphlet distribution in the community was held.Referring serious patients to government hospitalCounseling sessions of serious patients were conducted on a regular basis.
    • The Physiotherapy Unit was started on 15 August, 2005, and operates in the premises ofSukarya. The unit caters to 200 patients from rural and urban areas per month on average. Ithas been functioning successfully for the last three years. The unit is open five days a weekfrom 9.30 am to 5.30 pm. We have a well motivated team that consists of developmentprofessionals, a physiotherapist, volunteers and a support staff who execute their tasks in anefficient manner. We serve almost 200 patients in a month. We use our organization’s vehicle tobring marginalized people into the physiotherapy center. Our chief beneficiaries are the peopleresiding in the slums of Gurgaon. Neemtala, Nalapur, Saraswati Kunj, Sector-56 and Phase –V.Our main focus is on the women who remain work continuously through the day domestichelp, at farms as laborers and at home. They suffer from various problems such as back pain,cervical and body pain. The ignorance of these problems may lead to serious ailments such asa disc prolapse or spondylolisthesis. In the last two years, 2630 patients has been benefitedby the physiotherapy treatment.
    • Started in 2004, this is a modest step towards assisting women of marginalizedcommunities in generating additional income for meeting their household needs, byutilizing their skills in the production of unadulterated spices, pickles and chutney.Sukarya provides women with space, capital investment, and other requiredresources for grinding fresh spices (including Besan, Dhania, Haldi, Chilly, Jira,Curry powder, Garam Masala) and packaging them. They are given wages for theirlabour. The money received from the sale of the spices is used to keep the Projectrunning. The Project has benefited several women of Wazirabad and Kanhaivillages. Apart from production of spices we have also expanded our range ofproducts to include Papad, Achar and Chutney so that we can involve and reachmore families through this work.
    • Sukarya has been supported by the followingcorporates:● Godfrey Phillips India Ltd● Incentive Destinations, Gurgaon● Amadeus, Delhi● Bird Group, Delhi● RDM, Gurgaon● BPCL Mumbai● Gujrat Ambuja Cement Ltd., Delhi● Maruti Suzuki India Limited cont………
    • ● HCL Infosy6stems Limited● Hughes Systique, Gurgaon● Maruti Udyog Limited, Gurgaon● TATA, Mumbai● IDFC Management Company, Mumbai● Kusmunda Coal Transport Pvt. Ltd., Delhi
    • Sukarya has been supported by the following fundingorganizations:● Population Foundation of India● Charities Aid Foundation, India● Concern India Foundation● Give India
    • Sukarya has worked with the following organizations:● National Institute of Public Cooperation and Child Development (NIPCCD) New Delhi● Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) of Government of India● Mamta Health Institute for Mother and Child, New Delhi● South Delhi Medical Association● Delhi Psychiatric Society● Escorts Heart Care Centre● Sir Ganga Ram Heart Care Centre● Banarsidas Chandiwala Institute of Medical Sciences Centre for Diabeted and Life Style Diseases● Chetana, New Delhi,● Prayatana, NGO New Delhi