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Swadhar Greh

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has been implementing a project for the welfare of disadvantaged women and girls entitled – “Swadhar Greh” since April 2016. The project is the continuation of the previous programme being implemented known as Short Stay Home for Women and Girls running since 2001.

The project objectives are to provide primary need of food, shelter, clothing, medical treatment and care to women and girls in difficult circumstances; to provide social and economic support to women in distress; to provide them with legal aid and guidance.

 

Services provided by the Centre are Food, Shelter and other accessories to disadvantaged women & girls; Counseling Services for Awareness generation through Individual, Group and Family Counselings; Health Care & Nutrition; Educational Service for children of inmates & Non formal Literacy classes for illiterate inmates; Vocational Activities such as Tailoring, Computer typing, Embroidery, Crafts, Spinning etc. and Recreational Activities.

Since its establishment in 2016, the Swadhar Greh has benefitted 154 disadvantaged women and girls and their children..

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Vocational Training Centre for Women

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has been conducting Vocational Training for underprivileged Women as a part of its women development program since 2016. The Program objective is to empower and promote the socio-economic status of disadvantaged and under-privileged women belonging to backward classes, scheduled castes and scheduled tribes of Manipur. It Provides training on Tailoring and Embroidery to the underprivileged Women and girls.

Since its establishment in 2016, the Vocational Training Centre has benefitted 90 underprivileged Women and girls.

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Short Stay Home for Women and Girls

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a project for the welfare of disadvantaged women and girls entitled – “Short Stay Home for Women and Girls” from 2001 to 2016.  The project was supported by Central Social Welfare Board, New Delhi.

The project mission is to provide social welfare services to dis-advantaged women and girls.

 

Services provided by the Home are Food, Shelter and other accessories to disadvantaged women & girls; Counseling Services for Awareness generation through Individual, Group and Family Counselings; Health Care & Nutrition; Educational Service for children of inmates & Non formal Literacy classes for illiterate inmates; Vocational Activities such as Tailoring, Computer typing, Embroidery, Crafts, Spinning etc. and Recreational Activities.

The Short Stay Home has benefitted 1030 disadvantaged women and girls and 267 children accompanying these women.

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Education & Health Care For 30 Girl Children And Sensitization Programme For Mothers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a project entitled “Education & Health Care for 30 Girl Children and sensitization Programme for Mothers”, to enhance welfare and development of girl children in rural and tribal areas of Manipur during 2013-14.  The project was supported by National Children Fund, New Delhi.

The project objectives are to sensitize the mothers of girl children on the value of gender equity; to establish home based income generating works for mothers of girl children; to improve the economy of families of girl children; to reduce work load of girl children; to educate the girl children; to improve the health of girl children and to reduce early child marriage.

 

Services provided through the project include sensitisation programmes for mothers of girl children; Home Based Income Generating Programmes for Mothers of girl children; Education of Girl Children and Health Care and Nutrition of Girl Children and their families.

The programme has benefitted 30 disadvantaged girl children and their 30 mothers.

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Reproductive and Child Health Project

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a project entitled “Reproductive and Child Health”, to improve the health and well being of mother and children in rural and tribal areas of Manipur during 2000-03.  The project was supported by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi.

The project objectives are to promote health of mother and child; to promote awareness on family planning and to train RCH Workers in the community

Services provided through the project include Training Programmes for RCH Workers; Community Awareness Meetings on RCH; Field Visits to mother and children in the community; RCH Camps; Formation of Village Level RCH Committee; Distribution of RCH IEC Materials to the public and Formation of RCH Core Groups.

The programme has benefitted 1555 mothers and children belonging to rural and tribal community.

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Rehabilitation of Child Labour

 

The Rural Health Organisation has implemented a project entitled “Rehabilitation of Child Labour”, in Senapati District of Manipur State in India during 1997-2000.  The project was supported by Ministry of Labour, Government of India, New Delhi.

The project objectives are to  educate child labour; to rehabilitate child labour and to provide health care to child labour.

Services provided through the project include Special School For Child Labour; vocational trainings for child labours (Cycle repairing and handworks for boys and Knitting and handicraft for girls); regular health check-ups and treatment and daily nutritions to these child labours.

The programme has rehabilitated 90 child labours in the project area.

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  • Rural Health Organisation has changed the lives of more than 1 crore (10 million) rural population since 1986.

  • We rehabilitate drug addicts and alcoholics and bring them back to the social mainstream.

  • We get destitute women and girls access to shelter, food, clothing, health care, vocational activities and protect them from harm and abuse.

  • We provide health care and health awareness programmes for the underprivileged rural population in remote and hard to reach hilly areas of Manipur.

  • We reach out to the rural elderly population through our outreach programmes for elderly people.

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