Promotion of inter-sectoral convergence through constitution of convergence committees at city and ward level

  • A city level coordination committee has been constituted in Pune through an official communication issued by the Additional Municipal Commissioner of Pune for providing oversight and guidance to the planning, implementation and monitoring of the urban health programme at city level.
  • The main objective of the City Coordination Committee is better resource utilisation by promoting effective convergence of different Government of India health and developmental efforts.
  • Initially HUP constituted three ward level coordination committees in the three wards where it is operating to foster inter-departmental convergence at the ground level. Based on the experiences and feedback shared with the city administration by government officials, the Additional Municipal Commissioner of Pune also issued a government order for scaling up of ward coordination committees to all 15 administrative wards of Pune city. So far seven Ward Coordination Committees have been formed: Aundh, Warje - Karve Nagar, Dhole Patil Road, Nagar Road, Bhavani Peth, Tilak Road and Hadapsar.
  • The Ward Coordination Committee is envisaged as an apex body at the ward level for the convergence of various stakeholders involved in the delivery of Maternal, New-born, Child Health and Nutrition (MNCHN) and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) services to the urban poor.
  • Highlights: 300,00 school children benefited from sports for development, Building as Learning Aid (BALA), improved school WASH, digital learning, science labs and library in schools initiatives
  • Highlights: 60,000 people benefited from 75 anaemia screening and prevention camps in Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Rajasthan
  • Highlights: 40,000 school going children, particularly adolescent girls, now have access to improved WASH facilities
  • Highlights: 28,000 community members trained on various aspects of child protection
  • Highlights: 30,000 people reached out to with disaster relief during floods in Assam, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Mumbai
  • Highlights: 34,000 women members of SHGs and joint liability groups have been trained for entrepreneurial and business skills, financial literacy and financial inclusion


User login

<div class="services-section">
<div class="icon success-stories"><img src="sites/all/themes/plan_india/images/success-stories.png"  title="Success Stories" alt="Success Stories"/></div>
<h3> Success Stories</h3>
<p>Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. it to make Lorem Ipsum has been the industry.</p>
<div class="success"><a href="#" >Read More...</a></div>

- Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry - Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry