Jan Samwaads will be organised in eight blocks of Nainital district in the state of Uttarakhand from May 07-10, 2018. Community members will participate to share their experiences and feedback on health services with the block and district level government officials.
Population Foundation of India will organise training of the RKS members from 9 Community Health Centres of Lucknow district in Uttar Pradesh. The participants in the training programme will include the following: Hospital in Charges, Non-Governmental Members, Ex –Officio Members from the Departments of Public Health Engineering, Women and Child Development, Education, Block Program Managers, Block Community Processes Managers and Blocks Accounts Managers, Hospital Accountants/Clerks maintaining RKS records.
Population Foundation of India will organise training of the RKS members from the 10 district and 8 Sub district hospitals of Lucknow district in Uttar Pradesh. The participants in the training programme will include the following: District Chief Medical Officer, Hospital in Charges, Hospital Managers, Non-Governmental Members, Ex –Officio Members from Departments of Public Health Engineering, Women and Child Development, Education, Public Works, District Program Manager, District Community Processes Manager, District Accounts Manager, Hospital Accountants/Clerks maintaining RKS records.
Assam is implementing the community action for health (CAH) with ASHA Supervisors as key facilitators of the processes. The state has completed the trainings of the ASHA supervisors in CAH. During the visit, Dr M Prakasamma, AGCA member and Seema Upadhyay, AGCA Secretariat will provide supportive supervision and guidance to the community processes team and share the field experiences with the Mission Director and state NHM team.
AGCA Secretariat will facilitate training of trainers on community action for health for the state and district NHM teams in Panaji, Goa.
Jan Samwad will be organized in Rajauli block of Nawada district in Bihar on March, 26, 2018. The local community members will participate and voice the problems faced by them in accessing the health services. The panchayati raj representatives and government officials will readdress their issues.
AGCA Secretariat will facilitate 3-days training of trainers on community action for health for the state and district NHM teams in Kohima, Nagaland.
The AGCA will have meetings with the team of Karnataka Health System Resource centre and State NHM to plan the implementation of community action for health in FY 2018-19.
In Kawakol, Block Planning and Monitoring Committee (BPMC) with support of the Primary Health Centre is organising Jan Samwad on March 21, 2018. In the public dialogue, local people of the area will participate and the government officials will address their health issues.