Projects

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

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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SRIJAN Network works towards empowering young people and creating enabling environment at national, state and district levels whereby young people can manage and take ownership of youth forums. It enables partners to acquire capacities to advocate for and address young people’s issues, mainly focusing on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and livelihood; build youth…Read More

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It is a six-day tele-counselling service provided to young people between 10 and 24 years needing support on any adolescent issue like reproductive health, sex and sexuality, emotional problems and career guidance. FACE-TO-FACE COUNSELLING

 CINI ARC provides face to face counselling for emotional problems to young people (10 – 24 years) by appointment only (call…Read More

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The project aimed to inform the development of Young People’s Reproductive and Sexual Health programme by the generation of necessary evidence to support such an initiative. Qualitative and quantitative research methods were used in the study. Study findings show deeply entrenched gender norms restrictive of girls’ education and mobility and lack of correct knowledge of…Read More

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The project adopts the institutional Life Cycle Approach to improve maternal, child and adolescent health outcomes. Through a combination of strategies like Case Management, Behaviour Change Communication, and Linkage and Partnerships with multiple stakeholders, intergenerational gains are realised. Cohorts of pregnant women are followed up through their pregnancies and till the child is two years…Read More

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The objective of the program is to establish the impact of Double Fortified Salt (DFS) intervention on iron and iodine status and consequentially on the functional outcome of work productivity, physical activity and cognitive performance in women of child bearing age. This program targets women between 18 and 45 years of age who are actively…Read More

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CINI NB’s urban health programme began in the year 2003 under our “Adopt A Mother and Save Her Child” programmme, which is a unique intervention developed by CINI covering villages and slums in West Bengal. In this programme the health worker first identifies a needy mother-to-be within the first twelve weeks of her pregnancy, CINI…Read More

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