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Sexuality and contraception: Engaging youth through community entrepreneurship

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and population coverage:
 Taruni-2
is being implemented across 11 clusters covering a population of
5,39,367 in 479 villages of Udaipur & Rajsamand districts. Each
cluster covers 35,000 – 50,000 population and is mobilized by

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COVID-19 Patient Support Fund

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Support our efforts to confront Covid-19 while providing essential health services to migrant, rural-tribal communities of southern Rajasthan

Action Research & Training for Health (ARTH), an Udaipur based non-profit public health society …

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Coronavirus : Community Awareness

कोरोना वायरस पर जागरूकता फैलाने के लिए अर्थ संस्था के ग्रामीण क्षेत्रों में कार्यकर्ता लोगो से एक मीटर की दूरी बनाएं रख उन्हें जागरूक कर रहे है।

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Empowering young women to gain control of their fertility- Taruni 9 am – 5 pm Call Center- 8003112112

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Taruni project has been initiated to help the younger and poorer women to facilitate the exercise of reproductive choice in the Udaipur region of Rajasthan by promoting greater adoption of reversible contraceptive methods, antenatal care, …

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Helping improve the referral system and emergency obstetric care services -Sampark 24 by 7 Call Centre 104

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The government system provides the bulk of maternal health services. Although the service infrastructure has improved in stages, the availability of maternal health services in rural areas remains poor because of low availability of human …

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udai

udai-1 An intervention to improve the survival of newborns in southern Rajasthan

(2015-17)

Project area

Two contiguous blocks of southern Rajasthan, one each in Udaipur (Gogunda) and Rajsamand (Kumbhalgarh) districts of Rajasthan.

Rationale for the project

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Sakhi Project Underway

 In this study ARTH, in partnership with WHO, is examining how improved linkages between the   community and health care facilities may help women access safe abortion services and reduce morbidity and mortality from unsafe abortion.

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SAKHI Project (2012-2013)

In this study ARTH, in partnership with WHO, is examining how improved linkages between the community and health care facilities may help women access safe abortion services and reduce morbidity and mortality from unsafe abortion. …

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NAVJEEVAN – Newborn survival project (2009-2014)

ARTH conducted a study on “Impact of promoting referral for newborns with danger signs and strengthening first referral level facilities on newborn survival”. The study was carried out in 8 districts of southern Rajasthan in …

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