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Converging on BCC for Child
Health and Integrated Village
Planning Program
A joint initiative of UNICEF, District Administ...
Objectives
Initiating efforts to identification
of 4 key behaviors as a felt
need.
Ensuring 4 key behaviors are
being prac...
Key Strategies
Strengthen IPC and community dialogue
sessions to promote four key behaviours
Strengthening local groups, P...
Partners in Change
Community Level
Women
Children
Youth
PRI
Women Groups
Self Help Groups
Men
Administrative Level
Educati...
The 4 Key Behaviors
Promoting and practicing girl child
education
Addressing HIV/AIDS spread and
stigma
Ensuring hand wash...
Key Activities
A. Colostrums Feeding & Exclusive Breast
Feeding
1- Thematic meeting with mothers groups,
ANC/PNC, Matra Sa...
Key Activities
B. Girl Child Education
1-Meeting of PTA/VEC
2-Strenthening oh Meena Manch/Meena Cabinate
3- IPC Door to Do...
Key Activities
C. Hand Washing
1-IPC Door to Door by CC and VV
2-Oreintation & Demonstration in Schools
5-School Sanitatio...
Key Activities
D. HIV/AIDS
1- Meeting with Youth & Adolescent Grp's by CC
2- Formation and orientation of youth and adoles...
Intervention for Strengthening
E. Block Level Activity
1- Staff Meeting
2-Village volunteer meeting and orientation at clu...
Key Outcomes
Exclusive Breast/Colostrums Feeding
100 % mother initiate colostrums feeding in an hour
80 % mothers continue...
Project Organogram
Chief Functionary
Cluster Coordinator
Consultant-HIV/AIDSBlock Coordinator
UNICEF SR
Consultant - BCC
F...
Impacts
Voluntary turn-up for ICTC increased
Some villages reaching the goal of
Exclusive breast feeding
Sanitation
Increa...
Add-ons
MSC stories make documentation of
project achievements more
authenticate
Kyunki Jeena Isi ka naam makes
women righ...
Yet to achieve…
Making village planning and community
monitoring an auto-pilot process.
Working in close convergence with ...
What slows us down…
Model code of conduct in effect
Financial constraints
Reluctance from district
administration
Converging on bcc for child health and integrated
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Converging on bcc for child health and integrated

  1. 1. Converging on BCC for Child Health and Integrated Village Planning Program A joint initiative of UNICEF, District Administration Guna & Shivpuri and NGO Partners
  2. 2. Objectives Initiating efforts to identification of 4 key behaviors as a felt need. Ensuring 4 key behaviors are being practiced, sustained and promoted. Working in convergence with community based groups and other stakeholders to ensure a convergence approach to development. Amplify village planning as a mode to promote participatory development.
  3. 3. Key Strategies Strengthen IPC and community dialogue sessions to promote four key behaviours Strengthening local groups, PRIs and SHgs and ensure their involvement in promotion of key behaviours and linkages with services Strengthening system of service delivery by improve linkages of community with available services. building leadership among excluded groups to ensure their full participation of service delivery system. work closely with key service institutions ( health, ICDS, education, Rural Development, PHED ) and will further linkage with NREGA and BRGF Documentation of success stories related to behaviors, service delivery or community empowerment that would impacting women and children.
  4. 4. Partners in Change Community Level Women Children Youth PRI Women Groups Self Help Groups Men Administrative Level Education Health Panchayat TSC PHEd And others…
  5. 5. The 4 Key Behaviors Promoting and practicing girl child education Addressing HIV/AIDS spread and stigma Ensuring hand wash at critical times Exclusive breast feeding to combat IMR.
  6. 6. Key Activities A. Colostrums Feeding & Exclusive Breast Feeding 1- Thematic meeting with mothers groups, ANC/PNC, Matra Sahyogini samiti, Asha, VHSC. Asha, AWW, ANM 2- Formation and strengthening of Active womens groups. 3- IPC Door to Door by Active women groups to ANC/PNC 4- Folk/ local media performance 5- Local popularization event- Breast feeding week 6-Slogan Writing on Hand washing 7- Meeting with mothers on Village Health and Nutrition Day (Tuesday and Friday)
  7. 7. Key Activities B. Girl Child Education 1-Meeting of PTA/VEC 2-Strenthening oh Meena Manch/Meena Cabinate 3- IPC Door to Door by CC and VV to parents of out of school girls/ not going school girls. 4- One day village level program by Meena Manch/cabinet for awareness about girls education in presence of panchayat members, school teachers and community. Every six months 5- Folk/ local media performance 6-Slogan Writing on Hand washing 7- Awareness Campaign "School Chalo Abhiyan" Railly 15 days before school admission. 8- Celebration of Bal Diwas (to be celebrated in school having largest no. of children's)
  8. 8. Key Activities C. Hand Washing 1-IPC Door to Door by CC and VV 2-Oreintation & Demonstration in Schools 5-School Sanitation Kit 6-Local Popularization Event- Hand Washing Day 5- Folk/ local media performance 6-Slogan Writing on Hand washing
  9. 9. Key Activities D. HIV/AIDS 1- Meeting with Youth & Adolescent Grp's by CC 2- Formation and orientation of youth and adolescent peer groups (Hamjoli Samooh age 15-24 yrs) 3- Film Show on HIV/AIDS 4- AIDs day celebration in Largest village (according to population) 5- Folk/ local media performance 6-Slogan Writing on Hand washing (blue or water color)
  10. 10. Intervention for Strengthening E. Block Level Activity 1- Staff Meeting 2-Village volunteer meeting and orientation at cluster level ( Each cluster of 5 panchayat) 3- Village volunteer Sammelan 4- Exposure Tour of Volunteers & staff 5- Monthly meeting with Govt. Functionaries. BLTF Community chart- updating 9 key indicators 7- PLTF meeting 8-DLTF meeeting 9- Strengthening of Village information Centre 10- Quarterly Sensization of Sarpanch and Opinion Leaders
  11. 11. Key Outcomes Exclusive Breast/Colostrums Feeding 100 % mother initiate colostrums feeding in an hour 80 % mothers continue exclusive breastfeeding – no water, only milk until 6 months Hand Washing 90 % schools practicing hand wash with soap before MDM 80 % families practicing hand wash with soap before eating and after defecation Girl Child Education 100% out of school girls (aged between 5-14 yrs) identified Identifying 100% girls who are admitted in schools but not attending schools. 100% families of out of schools girls and the school girls not attending schools counseled and ready to send school from new sessions. 90 % girls completing class VIII HIV/AIDS 90% of youths (15-24 yrs) list at least three ways of HIV prevention 80% of youths (15-24 yrs) observe safe sex practices (use of condom, sex with single partners, etc.)
  12. 12. Project Organogram Chief Functionary Cluster Coordinator Consultant-HIV/AIDSBlock Coordinator UNICEF SR Consultant - BCC FinanceM & E TeamBCC Specialist Village Volunter
  13. 13. Impacts Voluntary turn-up for ICTC increased Some villages reaching the goal of Exclusive breast feeding Sanitation Increased presence girls in school Volunteer motivational event signals administration on available pool of extra hands
  14. 14. Add-ons MSC stories make documentation of project achievements more authenticate Kyunki Jeena Isi ka naam makes women rights a living phenomenon among a small group of women
  15. 15. Yet to achieve… Making village planning and community monitoring an auto-pilot process. Working in close convergence with the administration Sustaining the interest and contributions of village volunteers??? Can we discuss on this. Making VICs effective mode of information outreach.
  16. 16. What slows us down… Model code of conduct in effect Financial constraints Reluctance from district administration

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