• Highlights: The first batch of 317 adolescent girls trained on self-defence and got certified by Parivartan Cell of Delhi Police.
  • Highlights: 70,000 community members indirectly engaged on the subject of girls' safety
  • Highlights: 8,327 adolescent girls and 1,397 boys have been engaged through various community activities of the project
  • Highlights: In Hyderabad, Plan currently works in 25 slum clusters supporting 25,960 persons, out of which, 5,796 are girls and 5,388 are boys.
  • Highlights: The total number of sponsored children in Bihar is 9,731, out of which 7,878 (81%) are girls.
  • Highlights: Plan in Odisha supports more than 15,333 girls and 17,122 boys with its projects and programmes.
  • Highlights: At present, Plan programmes touch the lives of 92,000 families in approximately 820 Panchayats across 8 districts in Rajasthan.
  • Highlights: Plan reaches more than 89,078 girls and 93,167 through its projects and programmes in Delhi.

Udaipur

Plan India is implementing CCCD programmes mainly in Udaipur District. The PU is working in 634 villages which are spread over in five blocks of Udaipur and one block of Rajsamad. The total population of the area is around 30,67,500 with 15,66,381 males and 15,01,119 females. 15,64,425 is the total child population with the number of girls being 7,51,393 (48.03%).

Key Achievements

  • 30 formal CPCs, 579 informal protection groups with a membership of 9,314 women, 39 cluster level associations, 10 women resource centres and 714 village groups or samuhs with membership of 60,859 are functioning in over 580 villages and addressing violence and discrimination against children.
  • 158 children, adolescents and youth groups with approximately 7,980 members are collective working to protect themselves and their peers from abuse and exploitation. These groups have been trained on protection issues and have been oriented to raise their voice in case of any abuse. These groups are also identifying and reporting cases of abuse to the village level committees and other adults groups.
  • 198 full day childcare centres (Balwadis) are serving 4,785 children of (1-5 years) which include 2,457 girls and 2,328 boys.
  • 170 Shiksha Kendras are reaching out to 6,052 children, 45% of them are girls.
  • 273 eco-san toilets have been constructed. 45% (approx. 10,00,000) of the construction cost of eco-san toilets was leveraged from Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan and MGNREGA.
  • 9,314 women are associated with 579 SHGs.
  • To ensure improvement in governance and to promote peoples participation in decision making, Gram Vikas Committees (GVCs) have been promoted. Apart from contributing to project works, GVCs also contributes in promoting gender equality and child sensitivity in the region. These GVS have Gram Vikas Koshs (GVKs), which has a total funds of Rs. 4.6 crores, which they managed over a period of time by raising contribution in various development works. In each of the GVCs, there are 50% women and each of the GVCs has two child representatives. These two children act as a voice in the highest decision making body.
  • To ensure children's voiced are heard, 17 Youth Resource Centres (YRCs) with an active membership of 3,416, which include 1,914 boys (56%) and 1,502 girls (44%), are functioning. These YRCs prepare youth for their active participation in decision making and development process and help raise children's views at larger forum and pursue with the decision makers to invest upon children's development.