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Swasth apke dwar is a program organized by Maitri Manthan. Maitri Manthan believes there is an urgent call for revitalizing primary health care based on the principles outlined at Alma-Ata in 1978: Universal access and coverage, equity, community participation in defining and implementing health agendas and intersectoral approaches to health. Effective addressing of public health challenges necessitates new forms of cooperation with private sectors (public-private partnership), civil societies, national health leaders, health workers, communities, other relevant sectors and international health agencies. Therefore, Maitri Manthan organized a program by the name of Swasth Apke Dwar. It addresses the issue of inaccessibility of underprivileged people to adequate health-care facilities. Around 10,000 people have received free registration, consultations, and treatment/medication, under this program.
Our Toy Library is used to hold creative and educational classes once a fortnight, providing street-children with a platform for mental and physical development. Through these libraries, the organization aims to bring the essence and innocence of childhood into the lives of underprivileged children. A safe spacious setting is provided wherein the child has the freedom to explore and engage in imaginative play. Educational Toys, Games, and Books, such as –soft toys, dolls, are provided to help the children in their growth and development. We want to nourish these children with love and care, while providing them with education in a fun, creative and light-hearted way. Over the years, Maitri Manthan has introduced 4 toy libraries in 4 villages, Charbhuja Rajsamand, Udaipir Railway Station Slum area, Bilakh Rishabhdeo, Mandesar village near Zinc smelter, to benefit 1325 children. In rural schools of Rajasthan, kids often do not have toys to play with, hence a Toy Library is a distant dream. Highlighting on the significance of early childhood education, the program aims to ensure holistic development of these children which happens through early stimulation by play-way methods.
The principal guiding Maitri Manthan’s agenda of women’s empowerment is that “Equality of access to and attainment of educational qualifications is necessary if more women are to become agents of change. Literacy of women is an important key to improving health, nutrition and education in the family and to empowering women to participate in decision-making in society”. Maitri Manthan has worked for promoting the fulfillment of women's potential through skill development and advocating against all practices that discriminate against women; assisting women to establish and realize their rights, including those that relate to reproductive and sexual health. We envision a world where all women and girls have power and rights over their bodies and sexualities, and the resources they need to exercise those rights. A major learning from our experiments in this domain is that “Empowerment” consists of greater access to knowledge and resources, greater autonomy in decision making to enable them to have greater ability to plan their lives, or to have greater control over the circumstances that influence their lives.
In association with few hospitals in Rajasthan, Maitri Manthan Sansthan conducted regular medical camps for the benefit of the people in surrounding villages with the aim of enhancing its intervention in the rural areas of Udaipur & Jodhpur districts of Rajasthan.
In this programme, in partnership with Geetanjali Medical and Hospital, we educated the tribal women of the village of Viol Phala about breast cancer.
With this activity we educated all the women of the village Mandesar about the tobacco addiction and educated them about the adverse effects of Tobacco during their pregnancy.
Maitri Manthan and IIM Udaipur collaborated to mark International Yoga Day 2019 which was attended by more than 60 students from Mandesar village.
We organized donation camps in which we distributed winter clothes and blankets to the needy.
We planted trees and stimulated local people into doing the same in the many villages including Kharpida, Chasda, Gupda, Gogunda and Khemli.
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