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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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  Dissemination of findings from Ekjut's collaborative work


   

 

 

 

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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