Projects

The list below shows all projects supported by CINI. You can use filters to display a certain range of projects

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Objectives: To capacitate community to advocate for women’s access to a wholesome balanced diet To ensure women have improved and increased access to obstetric care including referral services in project intervention areas To ensure women gain increased awareness and knowledge on legal age of marriage and contraception methods Increased engagement of CSOs in monitoring and…Read More

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Objective: Prevention of HIV among migrants at source districts.

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Objective:Ensure psycho- social well being of children affected and infected with HIV-AIDS.

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Objective: Prevention of HIV among brothel based sex workers of three red light areas

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Objective: To map, identify and reach rural high risk group and other groups of vulnerable for HIV-AIDS

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Objective: The aim is to improve reproductive and child health status in selected areas of West Bengal through adolescent and women leaders.

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Objective: To promote adolescent and young population comprehensive development of reproductive and sexual health and rights.

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The Adopt a Mother and Save her Child project concentrates on nine months of pregnancy and the first two years of a child’s life, during which time, proper nutrition is particularly critical. CINI believes that the most effective way to give a child, born into a poor family, the best possible start in life, is…Read More

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Major Achievements: Weight had increased 265 children out of 394 children. 79 children’s Nutritional Grade had changed after two months intervention. Involvement of Self Help Group (SHG) in the process thus a good rapport was build among them. At present all the community people knows how to prepare Nutrimix. Panchayat allotted money for the work.

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