Ekjut

Ekjut

Unique Id of VO/NGO DL/2017/0152962

Registration Details

Registered With Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO Registered Societies (Non-Government)
Registration No S-44224
Copy of Registration Certificate Available
Copy of Pan Card Available
Act name SOCIETIES REGISTRATION ACT XXI OF 1860
City of Registration NEW DELHI
State of Registration DELHI
Date of Registration 30-10-2002

Members

Name Designation Pan Card Aadhaar Card
PRASANTA KISHORE TRIPATHY Secretary Available Available
RAJ KUMAR GOPE Member Available Available
NIRMALA NAIR Member Available Available

Sector/ Key Issues

Key Issues Health & Family Welfare,Nutrition,
Operational Area-States JHARKHAND,
Operational Area-District JHARKHAND->Godda, Hazaribagh, Khunti, Latehar, Pashchimi Singhbhum, Purbi Singhbhum, Ranchi,

FCRA details

FCRA Available FCRA Registration no.
Available Available

Details of Achievements

Source of Funds

Department Name Source Finacial Year Amount Sanctioned Purpose
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON BLFSG Overseas 2013-2014 125601525 Rs The project “Improving Maternal and Child Health in Rural Areas of Jharkhand and Orissa, through Empowerment of Tribal Communities” was the Step 2. It was started to further test the adaptations, suitability and scalability ofparticipatory women’s group interventions into new geographies. It was particularly intended to improve the maternal and child health of tribal communities in Jharkhand and Orissa states.This project made two significant additions to the body of work done earlier.
LEADERSHIP FOR ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT Overseas 2014-2015 6643242 Rs The project aimed to improve food security for tribal communities in Gajapati and Rayagada districts of Odisha. Interventions included a combination of strategies to improve household level incomes from farm and non-farm livelihood activities, climate change adaptations and encouraging rural communities to utilize benefits of government schemes in health and nutrition.Covering a population 3000 households, the project was managed by a coordinator, 2 Cluster Facilitators and 12 Volunteers.
IMPACT FOUNDATION INDIA Overseas 2015-2016 6000000 Rs Ekjut conducted a baseline study to assess the prevalence of gender-based violence in 60 villages
of West Signbhum (where Ekjut had already implemented its health and nutrition module under
one of its earlier projects) to understand the context, current forms, acceptability and prevalence of
gender-based violence amongst the communities. Based on the qualitative and
quantitative findings the intervention was designed endeavouring to prevent Gender basedViolence through Community Mobilisation.
INDO GLOBAL SOCIAL SERVICE SOCIETY Overseas 2016-2017 879350 Rs The Project aims to operationalize two state-run women shelters for women employed in unorganized sector as daily wage earners in Ranchi city of Jharkhand. The project is being supported by Indo Global Social Service Society. To achieve this aim, the project has been endeavoring towards assuring inclusive policy level changes for women’s right to shelter via strategic engagement withthe policy makers and implementers, also promoting community-led approaches in synergy with
civil society
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON Overseas 2013-2014 4709002 Rs POSHAN Study started in the year 2012 in 185 villages in three districts of West Singhbhum, Saraikela-Kharswan and Keonjhar. The objectives of the study are:
1. To evaluate the impact of an intervention on underweight, stunting and wasting among children under 2 in the study areas.
2. To assess the effect of the intervention on feeding, infection control and caring practices for children under 2.
The study area includes 18 clusters covering an estimated population of 114044 .
Caritas India and Christian Aid Overseas 2013-2014 9827340 Rs Ekjut with the support of PACS planned to reduce the welfare gap between the socially excluded population and general population. With the purpose of improving the uptake of entitlements, the project titled ‘Improving Maternal Newborn Child Health and Nutrition through Empowerment of Indigenous Communities’ was implemented in 4 blocks of 4 districts in Jharkhand – namely, Kamdara, Basia, Raidih and Chainpur.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON ESRC Overseas 2013-2014 2292450 Rs This is our yet another project highlighting the importance of ‘evidence’ and ‘differentiation’ in research, action and advocacy. MDG 4 concerning Child Mortality and MDG 5 concerning Maternal Mortality, have internationally set goals for achievement at global scale, cascading backwards into targets at national and state levels. Though a global resolve to reduce infant and maternity is well appreciated, one should also note here the difference in ‘starting points’…….
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON WELCOME TRUST Overseas 2013-2014 33515500 Rs The initiative seeks to mobilize communities around the issues of health and nutrition among mothers and children, improvement in dietary diversity, nutrition intake, feeding practices, infection control, hygiene, care giving practices and also early childhood development.
The intervention adopts a two-pronged strategy:
HOME VISITS
PARTICIPATORY LEARNING AND ACTION:To address underlying causes of malnutrition through monthly PLA meetings with women’s groups to address issues ……
BERNARD VAN LEER FUND Overseas 2013-2014 817320 Rs This formative study was carried out in three rural and largely tribal districts of Jharkhand and Odisha, two states of eastern India. India bears the highest burden of child mortality (nearly 30%) and morbidity globally. The under-five mortality rate was estimated at 63 per 1000 live births in 2010 and around half of children under three are thought to be stunted, with a prevalence of stunting among Scheduled Tribes exceeding 60% (WHO and UNICEF, 2012, NFHS-3, 2006).
LEADERSHIP FOR ENVIRONMENT DEVELOPMENT Overseas 2013-2014 6643242 Rs The project aimed to improve food security for tribal communities in Gajapati and Rayagada districts of Odisha. Interventions included a combination of strategies to improve household level incomes from farm and non-farm livelihood activities, climate change adaptations and encouraging rural communities to utilize benefits of government schemes in health and nutrition.Covering a population 3000 households, the project was managed by a coordinator, 2 Cluster Facilitators and 12 Volunteers.
UK MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL AND PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION OF INDIA Overseas 2013-2014 41957420 Rs Ekjut initiated the CARING Trial ‘Community Action Research to Improve Nutrition and Growth in rural India’. The focus of the project is to reduce stunting among children under-two, by involving community based facilitators –‘Suposhan Karyakartas’, who are modeled on a second Anganwadi worker in two rural districts of Jharkhand and Odisha. The CARING aims to assess the impact of a community-based intervention on the improvement of child growth in rural areas of eastern India.
Caritas India and Christian Aid Overseas 2013-2014 5944900 Rs Ekjut is working as technical resource organization for NGOs of Jharkhand – to implement Women’s groups participatory learning and action meetings on Nutrition.
Two phases of training on maternal and child nutrition has been organized for coordinators of partnering organisations. A 20 meeting cycle training module has been prepared for meeting facilitators. Women’s groups PLA meetings are being facilitated in 20 villages by each NGO.
SAVE THE CHILDREN Overseas 2013-2014 12547051 Rs The project is being implemented in 36 intervention villages where community mobilization is being facilitated by trained ASHAs [Accredited Social Health Activist]. Ekjut as the Technical Agency helps the Government to roll out the module titled “Discussion on Maternal and Newborn Health and Nutrition through Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) Approach” across all districts of Jharkhand. Build the capacity of frontline health-workers and their supervisors to effectively deliver MNCHN.
Welthungerhilfe Overseas 2013-2014 9914240 Rs Ekjut provides technical and handholding support to partners located in four districts and working in the area of health, nutrition, education and employment. The project seeks to address service providers like teachers and head masters of primary and middle schools; health activists (Sahiyyas) and auxiliary nurses midwives (ANMs) of health sub centers and Integrated Child Development services (ICDS) ; Self Governance bodies like, panchayat , school management committees (SMCs) and VHSNCs
OAK FOUNDATION Overseas 2013-2014 27283700 Rs To prepare City level Urban Poverty and Homeless profiles that identify various groups, understand specific client needs and appropriate response and shelter designs, including a status report on the convergence of Urban Poverty Schemes in Ranchi and Dhanbad.
AND
The project aims at fostering effectiveness, transparency and accountability in delivery of food and nutrition services so that the poor and marginalized sections of the society can benefit from social welfare programmes of the govt.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON BLFSG Overseas 2014-2015 125601525 Rs The project “Improving Maternal and Child Health in Rural Areas of Jharkhand and Orissa, through Empowerment of Tribal Communities” was the Step 2. It was started to further test the adaptations, suitability and scalability ofparticipatory women’s group interventions into new geographies. It was particularly intended to improve the maternal and child health of tribal communities in Jharkhand and Orissa states.This project made two significant additions to the body of work done earlier.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON Overseas 2014-2015 4709002 Rs POSHAN Study started in the year 2012 in 185 villages in three districts of West Singhbhum, Saraikela-Kharswan and Keonjhar. The objectives of the study are:
1. To evaluate the impact of an intervention on underweight, stunting and wasting among children under 2 in the study areas.
2. To assess the effect of the intervention on feeding, infection control and caring practices for children under 2.
The study area includes 18 clusters covering an estimated population of 114044 .
Caritas India and Christian Aid Overseas 2014-2015 9827340 Rs Ekjut with the support of PACS planned to reduce the welfare gap between the socially excluded population and general population. With the purpose of improving the uptake of entitlements, the project titled ‘Improving Maternal Newborn Child Health and Nutrition through Empowerment of Indigenous Communities’ was implemented in 4 blocks of 4 districts in Jharkhand – namely, Kamdara, Basia, Raidih and Chainpur.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON ESRC Overseas 2014-2015 2292450 Rs This is our yet another project highlighting the importance of ‘evidence’ and ‘differentiation’ in research, action and advocacy. MDG 4 concerning Child Mortality and MDG 5 concerning Maternal Mortality, have internationally set goals for achievement at global scale, cascading backwards into targets at national and state levels. Though a global resolve to reduce infant and maternity is well appreciated, one should also note here the difference in ‘starting points’…….
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON WELCOME TRUST Overseas 2014-2015 33515500 Rs The initiative seeks to mobilize communities around the issues of health and nutrition among mothers and children, improvement in dietary diversity, nutrition intake, feeding practices, infection control, hygiene, care giving practices and also early childhood development.
The intervention adopts a two-pronged strategy:
HOME VISITS
PARTICIPATORY LEARNING AND ACTION:To address underlying causes of malnutrition through monthly PLA meetings with women’s groups to address issues ……
LEADERSHIP ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT Overseas 2015-2016 6643242 Rs The project aimed to improve food security for tribal communities in Gajapati and Rayagada districts of Odisha. Interventions included a combination of strategies to improve household level incomes from farm and non-farm livelihood activities, climate change adaptations and encouraging rural communities to utilize benefits of government schemes in health and nutrition.Covering a population 3000 households, the project was managed by a coordinator, 2 Cluster Facilitators and 12 Volunteers.
UK MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL AND PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION OF INDIA Overseas 2014-2015 41957420 Rs Ekjut initiated the CARING Trial ‘Community Action Research to Improve Nutrition and Growth in rural India’. The focus of the project is to reduce stunting among children under-two, by involving community based facilitators –‘Suposhan Karyakartas’, who are modeled on a second Anganwadi worker in two rural districts of Jharkhand and Odisha. The CARING aims to assess the impact of a community-based intervention on the improvement of child growth in rural areas of eastern India.
CARITAS INDIA AND CHRISTIAN AID Overseas 2014-2015 5944900 Rs Ekjut is working as technical resource organization for NGOs of Jharkhand – to implement Women’s groups participatory learning and action meetings on Nutrition.
Two phases of training on maternal and child nutrition has been organized for coordinators of partnering organisations. A 20 meeting cycle training module has been prepared for meeting facilitators. Women’s groups PLA meetings are being facilitated in 20 villages by each NGO.
SAVE THE CHILDREN Overseas 2014-2015 12547051 Rs The project is being implemented in 36 intervention villages where community mobilization is being facilitated by trained ASHAs [Accredited Social Health Activist]. Ekjut as the Technical Agency helps the Government to roll out the module titled “Discussion on Maternal and Newborn Health and Nutrition through Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) Approach” across all districts of Jharkhand. Build the capacity of frontline health-workers and their supervisors to effectively deliver MNCHN.
WELTHUNGERHILFE Overseas 2014-2015 9914240 Rs Ekjut provides technical and handholding support to partners located in four districts and working in the area of health, nutrition, education and employment. The project seeks to address service providers like teachers and head masters of primary and middle schools; health activists (Sahiyyas) and auxiliary nurses midwives (ANMs) of health sub centers and Integrated Child Development services (ICDS) ; Self Governance bodies like, panchayat , school management committees (SMCs) and VHSNCs
OAK FOUNDATION Overseas 2014-2015 27283700 Rs To prepare City level Urban Poverty and Homeless profiles that identify various groups, understand specific client needs and appropriate response and shelter designs, including a status report on the convergence of Urban Poverty Schemes in Ranchi and Dhanbad.
AND
The project aims at fostering effectiveness, transparency and accountability in delivery of food and nutrition services so that the poor and marginalized sections of the society can benefit from social welfare programmes of the govt.
PROJECT CONCERN INTERNATIONAL Overseas 2014-2015 4458798 Rs With the aim of empowering and mobilizing communities for sustainable improvements in health outcomes in Bihar, Ekjut started interventions in Begusarai and Khagaria districts. Working with 524 PLA women’s groups, the project caters to 71 villages covering an approximate population of 2.5 lakh.
The project aims at catalyzing collective community action to promote shifts in social norms and behavior change which will lead to increase in adoption of key family health and sanitation practices.
Caritas India and Christian Aid Overseas 2015-2016 9827340 Rs Ekjut with the support of PACS planned to reduce the welfare gap between the socially excluded population and general population. With the purpose of improving the uptake of entitlements, the project titled ‘Improving Maternal Newborn Child Health and Nutrition through Empowerment of Indigenous Communities’ was implemented in 4 blocks of 4 districts in Jharkhand – namely, Kamdara, Basia, Raidih and Chainpur.
Caritas India and Christian Aid Overseas 2015-2016 5944900 Rs Ekjut is working as technical resource organization for NGOs of Jharkhand – to implement Women’s groups participatory learning and action meetings on Nutrition.
Two phases of training on maternal and child nutrition has been organized for coordinators of partnering organisations. A 20 meeting cycle training module has been prepared for meeting facilitators. Women’s groups PLA meetings are being facilitated in 20 villages by each NGO.
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE LONDON WELCOME TRUST Overseas 2015-2016 33515500 Rs The initiative seeks to mobilize communities around the issues of health and nutrition among mothers and children, improvement in dietary diversity, nutrition intake, feeding practices, infection control, hygiene, care giving practices and also early childhood development.
The intervention adopts a two-pronged strategy:
HOME VISITS
PARTICIPATORY LEARNING AND ACTION:To address underlying causes of malnutrition through monthly PLA meetings with women’s groups to address issues ……
UK MEDICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL AND PUBLIC HEALTH FOUNDATION OF INDIA Overseas 2015-2016 41957420 Rs Ekjut initiated the CARING Trial ‘Community Action Research to Improve Nutrition and Growth in rural India’. The focus of the project is to reduce stunting among children under-two, by involving community based facilitators –‘Suposhan Karyakartas’, who are modeled on a second Anganwadi worker in two rural districts of Jharkhand and Odisha. The CARING aims to assess the impact of a community-based intervention on the improvement of child growth in rural areas of eastern India.
SAVE THE CHILDREN Overseas 2015-2016 12547051 Rs The project is being implemented in 36 intervention villages where community mobilization is being facilitated by trained ASHAs [Accredited Social Health Activist]. Ekjut as the Technical Agency helps the Government to roll out the module titled “Discussion on Maternal and Newborn Health and Nutrition through Participatory Learning and Action (PLA) Approach” across all districts of Jharkhand. Build the capacity of frontline health-workers and their supervisors to effectively deliver MNCHN.
WELTHUNGERHILFE Overseas 2015-2016 9914240 Rs Ekjut provides technical and handholding support to partners located in four districts and working in the area of health, nutrition, education and employment. The project seeks to address service providers like teachers and head masters of primary and middle schools; health activists (Sahiyyas) and auxiliary nurses midwives (ANMs) of health sub centers and Integrated Child Development services (ICDS) ; Self Governance bodies like, panchayat , school management committees (SMCs) and VHSNCs
OAK FOUNDATION Overseas 2015-2016 27283700 Rs To prepare City level Urban Poverty and Homeless profiles that identify various groups, understand specific client needs and appropriate response and shelter designs, including a status report on the convergence of Urban Poverty Schemes in Ranchi and Dhanbad.
AND
The project aims at fostering effectiveness, transparency and accountability in delivery of food and nutrition services so that the poor and marginalized sections of the society can benefit from social welfare programmes of the govt.
PROJECT CONCERN INTERNATIONAL Overseas 2015-2016 4458798 Rs With the aim of empowering and mobilizing communities for sustainable improvements in health outcomes in Bihar, Ekjut started interventions in Begusarai and Khagaria districts. Working with 524 PLA women’s groups, the project caters to 71 villages covering an approximate population of 2.5 lakh.
The project aims at catalyzing collective community action to promote shifts in social norms and behavior change which will lead to increase in adoption of key family health and sanitation practices.
CHILDREN INVESTMENT FUND FOUNDATION Overseas 2015-2016 391343088 Rs FLAG is an attempt to integrate PLA into the health
system to encourage healthy practices during pregnancy and enhance care seeking behaviour amongst women. PLA through its women groups provides an organized problem solving framework which is used to collectively identify problems, barriers and solutions to issues around health in the
community. During the year under review the
project has successfully established six learning sites in six blocks namely Bundu and KhuntiSadar, Barkagaon, Latehar
INDO GLOBAL SOCIAL SERVICE SOCIETY Overseas 2015-2016 700200 Rs The Project aims to operationalize two state-run women shelters for women employed in
unorganized sector as daily wage earners in Ranchi city of Jharkhand. The project is being supported by Indo Global Social Service Society. To achieve this aim, the project has been endeavoring towards
assuring inclusive policy level changes for women’s right to shelter via strategic engagement withthe policy makers and implementers, also promoting community-led approaches in synergy with strengthening..
CENTER FOR CATALYZING CHANGE Overseas 2015-2016 788921 Rs THE PURPOSE OF THIS PROJECT IS TO GATHER EVIDENCES ON QUALITY OF CARE PROTOCOL BEING ROLLOUT IN THE STATE OF JHARKAHND THROUGH PRIMARY AND SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF DATA DEMONSTRATION THE SHORTFALL IN PROVISION OF QUALITY CARE IN MATERNAL AND NEW BORN HEALTH IN THE STATE OF JHARKAHND AROUND HR, INFRASTRUCTURE ALLOCATION AND UTILISATION OF FUND AND THE IMPACT.
BERNARD VAN LEER FUND Overseas 2014-2015 817320 Rs This formative study was carried out in three rural and largely tribal districts of Jharkhand and Odisha, two states of eastern India. India bears the highest burden of child mortality (nearly 30%) and morbidity globally. The under-five mortality rate was estimated at 63 per 1000 live births in 2010 and around half of children under three are thought to be stunted, with a prevalence of stunting among Scheduled Tribes exceeding 60% (WHO and UNICEF, 2012, NFHS-3, 2006).

Contact Details

Address E-303
YAMUNA APARTMENTS
ALAKNANDA
City NEW DELHI
State DELHI
Telephone Not Available
Mobile No 9431584039
Website Url http://www.ekjutindia.org