Society for Human Assistance and Rural Empowerment (SHARE)
District :West Singhbhum
Theme :Non-discriminatory access to the right to basic services through health and nutrition.
The Society for Human Assistance and Rural Empowerment aims to improve the uptake of health and nutritional entitlements by socially excluded groups.
The project will work to ensure discrimination-free services from health and nutrition service providers, with the aim of a fully functional health services as per state and national norms.
The project will work in 56 villages in the West Singhbhum district of Jharkhand and will be supported by PACS for four years.
Capacity building on leadership skills, rights, entitlements, ST/SC atrocities act, and RTI to community-based organisations (CBOs).
Formation of village-level CBOs to create a platform on which to raise the voice of the excluded and discriminated.
Ensure representation of socially excluded groups in various statutory committees at Panchayat and block level.
Community monitoring of the public health programmes at the block level, through the intervention of CBOs working against discrimination and on issues of health and nutrition.
Advocacy with government departments to ensure discrimination-free access to services by socially excluded groups.
The Society for Human Assistance and Rural Empowerment (SHARE) works with tribals, women and marginalised groups in West Singhbhum, Jharkhand. SHARE aims to organise self-help groups and people's organisations and empower them to work collectively for their social and economic development and entitlements.
The main objective of the organisation is to promote community involvement for sustainable development. SHARE is mainly working on self-governance systems, natural resource management, the right to food and the right to work.
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