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health

Health

ASHA-ODISHA aimed to create awareness by providing useful healthcare related information to the rural communities, with a special focus on women and child health. The other major focus areas are nutrition, hygiene, first aid and curative measures. Women’s health...

education

Education

Child Social and Financial Education: Asha-Odisha has teamed up with MelJol for a programme called Child Social and Financial Education (CSFE) also known as Aflatoun. MelJol is a Non Governmental Organization registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 formed...

agriculture

Agriculture

ASHA-Odisha believe that agriculture production can be increased if traditional and family agriculture is married with some sort of scientific foundation, crop selection according to the agro-eco zone and application of vital inputs. With some motivation and mobilization cropping...

water-and-sanitation

Water and Sanitation

Millennium Project’s Taskforce 7 on Water and Sanitation states ‘the international community is dangerously off track from its goal of halving the proportion of people lacking even basic sanitation services by 2015’ and India is no exception. ASHA-ODISHA takes...

community-organization

Community Organization

The starting point of all ASHA activities is the community. Development of community based management systems is vital for further owning the programme and shouldering the responsibilities. This opportunity is taken beyond this narrow definition and used as a...

capacity-building

Capacity Building

Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced. The organization believes in assisting community to set out its choices and priorities, help them rank these priorities and in the process...

vocational-training

Vocational Training

Youth play a vital part in furthering the economy of the village and also setting up trends for the future generations. ASHA-ODISHA with the support of ACC Cement has organized several vocational training so that they could get employment...