Our Programme Strategy

 
Programme Strategy 2
Programme Strategy 2
Programme Strategy

In an endeavour to be known as the leading child development organisation, the following standards will be integrated in all organisational and programming components:

Adolescent and Maternal Health, Child Survival and Optimal Development

- To improve maternal, new-born, child health and nutrition by enabling community to access affordable health services and also strengthen government's RMNCH+ programmes at all levels.

- To facilitate collective action by adolescents (10-18 years of age) and youth (19-24 years of age), particularly girls and young women to promote healthy behaviour practices.

- To prevent vertical transmission of HIV amongst pregnant women and provide care and support to identified HIV positive women and their infants.

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

- To influence government initiatives towards Open Defecation Free (ODF) villages/slums where all the children and youth, particularly girls and young women, practice safe hygiene at all times and are change agents in their respective communities.

- To promote safe hygiene practices at school/AWC, particularly for girls by improving access to WASH facilities.

Quality and Holistic Education

- To promote quality learning in pre-schools for all children in 3-6 years of age.

- To promote quality learning in schools for all children, especially girls, in Class I-X.

Employability and Economic Empowerment

- To promote community managed micro finance system that enable women 18-24 years to start Micro Enterprises and financial inclusion.

- To promote job oriented vocational training for Vulnerable and excluded young women and young men in the age group 18-24 years to access decent employment.

- To influence government and provide technical assistance at national/state/district level in implementing/mainstreaming pre-vocational courses at schools and educational institutions.

Child Protection

- To enable formation and strengthening of community based child protection mechanism for providing support to children, especially girls to address the issue of Gender Based Violence (GBV).

- To provide Technical Assistance (TA) to government at national/state/district level to ensure effective implementation of the Integrated Child Protection Scheme.

Disaster Risk Management

- Timely humanitarian assistance is ensured in event of a disaster with specific focus on protection, early childhood care and development (including nutrition), education and WASH in affected areas, especially among girls.

- Improved resilience and reduced vulnerability of girls and women for Disaster Risk Management in villages and urban slums including Climate change Adaptation and Comprehensive School Safety Programmes.