Centre for Health and Resource Management (CHARM)
Theme :Non-discriminatory access to the right to basic services through health and nutrition.
The CHARM project aims to help socially excluded groups access their health, nutritional and sanitation entitlements and to strengthen the demand for improved service delivery.
The project's purpose is to enhance the uptake of health, nutrition and sanitation services by Dalits, Muslims and women. The project will work in 305 villages and 46 municipal wards of the Naland district in Bihar.
Organising scheduled castes (SC) and Muslim adolescent girls and women at the village and block level and facilitating the formation of their federations.
Advocacy and link-building with various stakeholders on issues of social exclusion faced by socially excluded groups while accessing health and nutrition entitlements.
Capacity building of traditional birth attendants to ensure safe domiciliary delivery.
Community monitoring of health and nutrition services.
Active engagement with the government for enhanced uptake of government schemes.
The Centre for Health and Resource Management (CHARM) seeks to improve the lives of marginalised and socially excluded groups by developing their capacity for participation in healthcare system planning, development and monitoring.
CHARM endeavours to make the right to health a reality for all the people, by making the state accountable. The organisation's vision is to improve the health and development of all people, strengthen advocacy, policy and action.
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