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Health

Enabling Access to Primary Health

AJSA motivates and enables communities to access government health services for basic medicines, immunisation of eligible children and maternal health care etc. Timely detection and treatment of malaria, dieheria tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS control form another part of the intervention.To achieve the objective of creating a healthier society through improved preventive measures, AJSA organizes awareness programs on different health and hygiene related issues. Aiming at achieving behavioural change, AJSA uses different innovative methods to speared the message by organizing awareness campaigns, street plays, puppet shows etc. to take various health issues to the community. Involving children and youth in awareness programs like rallies, debates etc. are another strategy. Health weeks and health camps are also generally organized in villages for different age groups. These sessions and camps are organized in coordination with the community keeping their time and other constraints in mind.

Through these activities, AJSA ensures maximum number of people including PRI members, ICDC & anganwadi workers, benefit from such programs. General and specific health awareness camps with focus on diseases like Dengue and Chickengunyia, Malaria, Dieaheria, Mother and child care, HIV/AIDS, Maternal health,water and sanitation health care have been organized in all operational areas. Awareness programs on HIV/AIDS and malaria for migrant families has been conducted with the regular involvement of District Health and Education Departments in the programs.

Through the help of community leaders, Village volunteers AJSA is facilitating the monitoring of ICDS and Various health programmes (malaria, dieoheria, Mother and child health care& Sicklin etc.) and for conducting health check camps; AJSA is regularly checking the representation of PRI members, by making provision of training and orientation programmes for Health wokers, ANM’s, Aanganwadi’s and PRIs for  the effective implementation of various Government health schemesand to Enable and promote people’s access to primary health services. This year 5 Health Check-up and 3 training camps were organised by AJSA, where hundreds of peoples gained the minimum access to primary health care related facilities and information’s.