Projects

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

The project aims to contribute to poverty reduction through improved sexual and reproductive health status and reduced vulnerability to HIV/AIDS of children and young people (10 – 24 years) in West Bengal and Jharkhand, in line with the Government of India’s 10th Five Year Plan (2002 – 2007); the National AIDS Control Project (NACP) II…Read More

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The program covers the entire rural population of Jharkhand.  The overall objectives of the programme are capacity building of Village Health Committees (VHC) and Sahiyya in cascade mode, NGO involvement for effective engagement of civil society and liaisoning.

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The objective is to facilitate the scale up and mainstreaming of therapeutic zinc supplementation for childhood diarrhea. The project will help the Government of Chattishgarh design and scale up the programme for the use of zinc for the treatment of diarrhea. It will also address the issue of availability of supplies and the promotion of…Read More

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The objective is to support the State Government of Jharkhand and Chattishgarh in increasing Vitamin A Supplemenation coverage and /or sustaining it by focusing on provision of technical and programmatic support for the biannual Child health and Nutrition Promotion months and the delivery of first dose through routine health delivery system.

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The project covers a population of 88,000 and reaches out to women, newborn up to 1 year and adolescent. The prime objective of the project is capacity building of the identified partner NGO through various programs, integrated Reproductive Child Health (RCH) and HIV/AIDS programs, documentation & dissemination of  experiences and advocacy efforts of CINI for…Read More

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The Project seeks to evaluate the effectiveness of life cycle based community level behavioral interventions in reducing the incidence of low birth weight and improving maternal and infant health in selected blocks of Ranchi district.. The target group includes women, newborns up to 1 year of age and adolescents. The program covers a population of…Read More

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YARS-II partners with four national NGOs in India to advance sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people. The programme aims to increase utilisation of quality, client centered sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services by young people (10 – 24 years). Project strategies include awareness generation, facilitating access to quality services and, development of…Read More

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The project aims to improve the sexual and reproductive health and rights of children and young people (10-24 years) in West Bengal and Jharkhand in line with the Government of India’s 10th National 5 Year plan to focus on providing quality health services and ensuring access to information. It contributes to Millennium Development Goals 3,…Read More

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This is one of the earliest research projects of the division. The study aimed to generate information about psycho social correlates of reproductive and sexual health of youth (15-24 years). It also sought to develop and test a counseling intervention strategy to address the issues among young married and unmarried youth in poor settings in…Read More

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This is a recently concluded research project and marks a collaboration between CINI and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (JHSPH), Baltimore, USA. The objective of the project was to reduce the prevalence of iron deficiency anaemia among adolescent girls in West Bengal, India through a community based, multi-pronged package of interventions to distribute…Read More

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