Bridging the gap between public health delivery system and community through their persistent but trained approach is one of the remarkable qualities of Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs). ASHAs are community health workers instituted by Government of India's Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) under the flagship of National Rural Health Ministry (NRHM) program.
ASHAs act as a key machinery of info [..]
13 partners and coordinators gathered in Suchetna at Kathgodam from May 14-15th, to review the Adhikar program that completed the mile stone of one year. 30 participants from [..]
Intensified Malaria Control Project II (IMCP-II) recognises the importance of working closely with community and scale up effective preventive and curative interventions. Two [..]
Traditional agriculture that propped up food systems across the country took a retrogressive turn with the advent of green revolution. Shortsighted campaigns of various govern [..]