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The following interventions have been taken-up as Entry Level Activities- 

 

Food for Work:

Food assistance from World Food Programme- Till date the programme received 3975 MT of rice and 134.22 MT of pulses as food assistance from WFP. Under WFP works every labourer is paid 2.5 KG rice and 200 gram pulses costing Rs. 10 only while as the prevailing market rate of there commodities is Rs. 18-20. Rs. 10 is deducted from their wages. The rest amount of the wages is paid in cash The rest amount of the wages is paid

 


 

in cash. The rest amount of the wages is paid in cash Food storage and reporting workshop as rice and 25% in cash . The deducted Rs. 10 is deposited in Gram Kosh (village fund) The amount of these Gram Kosh is used for the expansion of the WF programme in other villages. The food assistance from WFP is being used for people' participatory works and specially for works related to land and water management.
 
Details of allotment of WFP grains received for Food-for-Work (FFW):-                                                   (Qty in MT)
   Rice allotment from       WFP Pulses allotment from WFP

Rice Distributed

3975

134.22

Surguja

1988

Jashpur & Raigarh

1987

Total   3975

 

                                        Details of utilization of grains received for Food-for-Work (FFW) :-
Year Utilization (MT) Man-days generated
Rice Pulses

2003

614.07

41.22

245628

2004

890.987

-

356395

2005

494.094

-

197638

2006

850.596

5.42

340238

2007 

(up to Oct.)

673.339

34.121

269336

Total 3523.086 80.761 1409235

 


Land levelling at Shankargarh


Dhodhi Construction Kusmi
 
Health-

Many natural villages are located in remote and inaccessible areas. It was decided to take-up health related inputs as entry point activity. The measure component of the interventions-  
 


Queue for immunization at Shankargarh


block Immunization at Patthalgaon block

 
(i). A comprehensive campaign to address the high MMR & IMR of the region is being mounted through a titenus - toxide immunization drive of women in the age group of 15-45 years in close collaboration with the district administration and medical authorities.
 
District Total Surveyed Vaccinated Women % of Vaccination
  Ist Phase IInd Phase Ist Phase IInd Phase Ist Phase IInd Phase

Surguja

10526

10579

9359

9668

89%

91%

Jashpur

3358

3369

2692

2747

80%

82%

Raigarh

2506

2569

2342

2510

93%

98%

Total 16390  16517 14393 14925 88% 90%
 
(II). For effective control in IMR & MMR 100% registration of pregnancies are being completed to assure good health of women before and after birth. Rs. 15 has been entitle for encouragement of Dai on registration and vaccination of each pregnant women. The registration and other information would be prepared on three copies. First one will be submitted to Sector Supervisor of health department, second copy will be submitted to NGO for confirmation and payment and third for their own record.
 
(III). Operation of mobile health clinic (Vans) have started at selected points in all 9 project blocks. 35 stations at Surguja, 21 at Jashpur and 5 at Raigarh have been identified at these blocks. people of 4-5 village get benefits by these mobile health clinics. The medicine and other arrangements are being made by the programme. 8504 people has already got benefited with these mobile clinic.
 


Flagging to Mobile van at Lundra


Medicine distribution at Bagicha

 
(IV). Atleast one Trained Birth Attendant is being allocated in each natural village. Training to untrained birth attendant are also being furnished as well as provided the medical kits. At every successful birth the attendant will be paid Rs. 25 as complementary.
 
(V). A cadre of 101 local Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) has prepared from within the SHGs, providing basic preventive health training in collaboration with the district medical authorities. 47 CHVs has already got training of first module and after three months the training for second module will be organized.

The day of visit of the vehicle in the remote villages is fixed. Total 8504 villagers have been benefited through these mobile clinics. .
 
Kala Jattha:-
8 Kala Jatthas (traditional performing artists) are performing in programme areas in collaboration with NGOs. The members of the Kala Jatthas are the local artists and have been trained. For awareness building and publicity of the programme  different Kala Jattha groups has been  and been trained by resource persons at project blocks.


Kala Jattha Workshop at Bilaspur
 

 

 


 

 

Details of performances of  Kala Jattha is as follows :-

         Pilot Phase in 114 Natural Villages :-

District No. of Jatthas No. of Natural Village Village Covered
1St MW II MW Total 1 st MW II MW Total
Sarguja 5 40 54 94 40 19 59
Jashpur 3 18 17 35 20 17 37
Raigarh 1 9 13 22 9 13 22
Total 9 67 84 151 69 49 118

 

         Scaling-up Phase in 318 Natural Villages :-
Distt Unit No. of Jatthas No. of NVs covered

Surguja

2

145

Pathalgaon

4

101

 
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