Child Health
Since the inception of organization, health and hygiene was one of major programme initiative of the organization and it was also continued as a major concern during the year 2015-2016. We have continued to focus on HIV/AIDS intervention programme in four states namely Delhi, Haryana, U.P and Punjab besides institutional health care services to the HIV positive and their families, organizing the capacity building programme health care team and awareness generation and health programme linkages for the benefit of women and children. Regarding the hygiene programme, we have launched the specific sanitation and hygiene programme focussing on school going children of govt. schools and inter college of Gautam Budh Nagar district of Uttar Pradesh. The details of health and hygiene initiatives are delineated.

Running of community care centre
Since 2014, we have been running community care centre with the key objective of improving the survival and quality of life of People Living With HIV (PLHIV) including those who are members of high-risk groups, women and children, under the VIHAAN PROGRAMME. The programme supported under Global Fund Round 4 RCC grant through Alliance India and executed by sub recipient namely HLFPPT(Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust (HLFPPT) is a Trust promoted by HLL Life Care Limited U.P, with the active involvement of our organization. The community care centre is running based on following objectives

1. Early linkages of PLHIV to care, support and treatment services.
2. Improved treatment adherence and education for PLHIV.
3. Expanded positive prevention activities.
4. Improved social protection and wellbeing of PLHIV.
5. Strengthened community systems and reduced stigma and discrimination Under the community centre, different services have been provided to PLHIV and their family members. The community care and support centre provides in following table services to the inmates

Community Care and Support Centres
Indicator Purpose of Activity Outcome
Registration The main purpose of registration is to provide the basic info on HIV/AIDS, Counselling,
and Linked with Welfare schemes, improve the survival and quality of life of PLHIV.
4364 clients were registered. Out of which 2559 clients are on ART and 1805 are on Pre ART.
Counselling The main purpose of counselling is to provide assistance to PLHIV's, need based counselling (one to one and couple counselling), provide appropriate information on HIV/AIDS and motivating them. 1156 clients were counselled including individuals and families
Support Group Meetings The main purpose is to conduct sensitization meeting with PLHIV's on treatment adherence, encourage for family testing and strengthen the life of PLHIV's. 114 SGM meeting have been organized during which 1199 clients attended the meeting.
Family testing To encourage for early testing so the partner and children are not affected from HIV/AIDS. 73 eligible family members have tested in government ICTC Centers.
Advocacy Meetings The main purpose of conducting advocacy with Stakeholders to discuss the needs of PLHIV's and issue of concern faced by PLHIV's. So, these stakeholders involve in the project and to help PLHIV's 7 Advocacy meetings with different departments were organized.
ART CSC Coordination Meeting The purpose of conducting ART CSC meeting is to share the monthly reports, to discuss the challenges faced during the month, to analysis the performance and to plan activity for welfare of PLHIVs. 12 meetings with ART Jalandhar.
Discrimination Response Team (DRT) The purpose of DRS is to establish an effective team to solve cases of discrimination faced by PLHIV and strengthen the community and reduce stigma and discrimination. 7 discrimination cases faced by PLHIV were solved
Social Entitlement Link PLHIV's with govt. social welfare schemes. 1251 linkages with different social welfare schemes were made. The details are given in following table
Linkages with Govt. Schemes
Social Linkages and Social Welfare Schemes Numbers of Clients
AAY card 660
Train Pass 87
Bank Accounts 67
Marriage and Death Certificate 3
AADHAR card and Voter card 3
Clothes 98
Blankets 97
Stationary 90
Sewing Machine 7
Nutrition 133
Total 1251
Running of Learning Site
The Project Hifazat with Emmanuel Hospital Association as Principal Recipient was designed to address the gaps in existing institutional and individual capacities in Harm Reduction services for IDUs in Punjab, Chandigarh & Himachal Pradesh. This Project was a part of the GFATM Round - 9 India HIV IDU grant. The purpose was to build outreach staff capacities through enhancement of knowledge and skills activities. Various were organized for targeted intervention project team of different parts of Punjab.
Project Hifazat worked closely with NACO, various Sub Recipient organizations that ranged from National and Regional level Govt. Medical colleges of Repute, State level training institutes, and district level NGOs across states. It had also associated with certain other National and international organizations such as UNODC, AIIMS etc. The sub recipients of the Grant included 8 RTTC, 9 STRC and 17 NGO TIs as Learning sites.
As part of the capacity building effort, the project has developed number of cadre based Training modules, SOPs, research studies, and IEC materials for the use of service providers working in the field of IDUs and harm reduction. The details of conducted trainings were given in following table:

Details of Training
1. No. of ORW induction Training 1 23
2. No. of ORW refresher training 3 48
3. No. of peer level induction training 3 55
4. No. of peer level refresher training 7 129
  Total No. of Training & Participants 14 255
Child Line
This programme we have got from CHILDLINE INDIA FOUNDATION. CHILDLINE INDIA FOUNDATION (CIF) is the nodal agency of the Union Ministry of Women and Child Development acting as the parent organization for setting up, managing and monitoring the CHILDLINE 1098 service all over the country. CHILDLINE INDIA FOUNDATION is the sole agency/body responsible for establishing the CHILDLINE service in the cities/districts of the country, monitoring of service delivery and finance, training research and documentation, creating awareness, advocacy as well as resource generation for the service.
CHILDLINE 1098 service is a 24 hour free emergency phone outreach service for children in need of care and protection. CIF undertake replication of CHILDLINE, networking and facilitation, training research and documentation, and Communications and Strategic Initiatives both the national and international level.
This is project supported by the Union Ministry of Women and Child Development and linking state Governments, NGOs, bilateral/multilateral agencies and corporate sector. CIF is responsible for the establishment of CHILDLINE centers across the country. CIF also function as a national centre for awareness, advocacy and training on issues related to child protection.
This is project supported by the Union Ministry of Women and Child Development and linking state Governments, NGOs, bilateral/multilateral agencies and corporate sector. CIF is responsible for the establishment of CHILDLINE centers across the country. CIF also function as a national centre for awareness, advocacy and training on issues related to child protection.
Child Rights
The purpose of the Abhiyvakti is to outline the basic human rights that should be afforded to children. There are four broad classifications of these rights. These four categories cover all civil, political, social, economic and cultural rights of every child.

1. Right to Survival: A child's right to survival begins before a child is born.Hence the right to survival is inclusive of the child rights to be born, right to minimum standards of food, shelter and clothing, and the right to live with dignity.

2. Right to Protection: A child has the right to be protected from neglect, exploitation and abuse at home, and elsewhere.

3. Right to Participation: A child has a right to participate in any decision making that involves him/her directly or indirectly. There are varying degrees of participation as per the age and maturity of the child.

4. Right to Development: Children have the right to all forms of development: Emotional, Mental and Physical. Emotional development is fulfilled by proper care and love of a support system, mental development through education and learning and physical development through recreation, play and nutrition.

Abhiyvakti considers child protection as the prevention of or responding to the incidence of abuse, exploitation, violence and neglect of children. This includes commercial sexual exploitation, trafficking, child labour and harmful traditional practices, such as female genital mutilation/cutting and child marriage. Protection also allows children to have access to their other rights of survival, development, growth and participation. UNICEF maintains that when child protection fails or is absent children have a higher risk of death, poor physical and mental health, HIV/AIDS infection, educational problems, displacement, homelessness, vagrancy and poor parenting skills later in life.

Motive of having Creche is to have adults who take care of children in place of their parents.Abhiyvakti Creche Fund was set up by us with the objective to meet the growing demand for crèches and to provide day care facilities to the children in the age group of 0-5 years.A crèche should be a place where your child is secure and happy while she is away from her home and set up. It should contribute to your child's emotional, social and physical development. Look around and do your homework well so you can find one that is perfect for your child. If you are apprehensive about leaving your child in a crèche, just remember that you are not alone Abhiyvakti is with you. It can be taxing and sometimes even heartbreaking to leave your little one with absolute strangers in a completely new environment. You need to feel assured, comfortable, and confident before leaving your child at the crèche of Abhiyvakti.

Talented youth and students require polishing in their skills and need proper career guidance. Else, they end up in choosing a wrong career. The HWF runs various such initiatives to polish skills of youngsters and guide them in choosing career as per their capabilities.

HWF is eager to train district wise career guidance trainers under the Vision-2016 program. The trainer would disseminate information on educational opportunities and give career guidance and coaching to students along with moral values. Last year we have organized a workshop for this project in Rajasthan and this year plan to be organizing in West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh.
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