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Application invited from Non-Governmental Organisations  (NGOs) to provide support in training and implementation of  Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) approach for strengthening of  VHSNC to bring positive change on maternal and child health in  Madhya Pradesh
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Ekjut is a voluntary organisation with a strong field presence in the underserved villages of several states of India. Our partnering communities are indigenous people and those living alongside them.
 
:: News & Updates
:: WHO recognizes Ekjut as a Public Health Champion for the service to the country.
:: Ekjut Trial paper in The Lancet
:: Explaining the impact
:: The Ekjut Trial In Jharkhand and Odisha selected as the
   "Trial of the Year"
:: Reaching the Unreached :
    Equity Impact of The Ekjut Intervention
:: JOHAR Trial, facilitated by ASHAs, in The Lancet Global Health
   

 

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Ekjut India - Scaling Up as on 2012

Ekjut’s work of empowering communities to address newborn and maternal health issues gets coverage in the book World Press Photo: New stories.
Noted photojournalist, Sudharak Olwe captures- ekjut’s work with the indigenous communities of Jharkhand and Odisha.
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An interesting experiment in getting tribals to identify and prioritise their problems, especially relating to infant and maternal mortality, is under way in Odisha and Jharkhand (  An article in "InfoChange News & Features, March 2007" by Freny Manecksha).

Ekjut provides a systematic & supportive framework to the strong collective effort of women in Jharkhand and Odisha for improving maternal and newborn health…

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