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Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM): Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, Government of India

As a National Key Resource for SBM-G, RHCF has various types of training, mainly; One Day and Five Days, Residential Training. Five training approaches are provided by MDWS and its main objective to create maximum community facilitators/motivators. In our trainings we focused on selection and imparting of different triggering strategies and also post triggering challenges such as supply of durable and affordable latrine hardware and technical support on latrine construction.

Geographical Coverage: Jharkhand & Rajsthan: Bundi,  Barmer, Udaipur, Hanumangarh, Churu, Banswara, Nagour, Jaipur, Ajmer, Baran, Chittorgarh, Jhalawar, Bharatpur, Sikar, Karauli

Rajasthan Agricultural Competitiveness project (RACP)

The development objective of the Rajasthan Agricultural Competitiveness Project for India is to establish the feasibility of sustainably increasing agricultural productivity and farmer incomes through a distinct agricultural development approach by integrating agriculture water management and agricultural technology, farmer organizations and market innovations in selected locations across the ten agro ecological zones of Rajasthan. 

Geographical Coverage: Jhalawar & Dholpur, Rajasthan

LG Eco Agents for Change Program

RHCF partnered with Forum for Organized Resource Conservation and Enhancement (FORCE) to implement the program, “Eco Agents for Change Program”.

RHCF & FORCE are working in Jaipur, to support citizens group for adopting water conservation and sanitation practices.

The Eco Agents of Change Program will be implemented with 5 identified school located in the city area of Jaipur. In order to implement the program, we seek your support to conduct various activities and events under the program.

Geographical Coverage: Jaipur, Rajasthan

Established and running soil testing labs

Soil Health Card (SHC) is a Government of India’s scheme promoted by the Department of Agriculture & Co-operation under the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare. It is being implemented through the Department of Agriculture.

In ground we observed that, SHC is a very beneficial scheme for farmers. There are many farmers in Rajasthan and they do not know which types of crops they should grow to get maximum yield. Basically they do not know the quality and type of their soil. They might know by experience what crops grow and what crops fail. But they don’t know what they can do to improve the condition of the soil.

We have established and running 12 Soil Testing Labs and issue Soil Health Cards to farmers in 5 Districts. Under the program, we cover as many as all farmers under the scheme from 5 Districts. In the form of soil card, the farmer gets a report, and this report contains all the details about the soil of their particular farm.

Geographical Coverage: Bharatpur, Dholpur, Sawaimadhopur, Alwar & Karauli, Rajasthan

Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM)

The State Partnership Programme (SPP) with European Union (EU) is an effort to support policy based water reforms. Major objective of EU SPP:

-         State wide water section reforms leading to sustainable and integrated water resource management

-         Achieving: Equitable access to safe, adequate, affordable, and sustainable water supply.

-         Conservation, stabilization and replenishment of surface and ground water.

Rajasthan Huuman Care Foundation (RHCF-NGO) undertakes the Intergrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) activities since 2011 for the improvement of water resource manangement through facilitation and community mobilization and training. 

 The first phase of the project is completed and required: Enhance access to water for poor and marginal communities from 2011 t0 2012 in 123 gram panshyat, 460 villages in Riyan, Degana and Makrana Blocks of Nagour District of Rajasthan.

 The secound phase of the project is completed and required: Enhance access to water for poor and marginal communities from 2013 to 2015 in 8 blocks, Panchyat samitis, 380 Gram Panchyat, 1941 villages in Barmer District of Rajasthan.   

The Third phase of the project is completed: Enhance access to water for poor and marginal communities from 2017  to 2018 in Pali district of Rajasthan

Geographical Coverage: Barmer, Nagour & Pali, Rajasthan

Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY)

Swarnajayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana (SGSY) is an employment generation programme that provides income-generating assets through a mix of bank credit and government subsidy. In 1999, SGSY replaced Integrated Rural Development Programme (IRDP), the government’s flagship programme on rural development, integrated allied programmes to become the largest self-employment programme in the country today.

Conducted baseline survey, Facilitated SHG formation, Capacity building and bank linkages, opening of bank account of SHG groups. Formation of 380 SHGs approximate and provided loan to their micro activities under SGSY scheme.

Geographical Coverage: Block-Shahpura, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Swarnajayanti Shahri Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY)

The program caters to the rural communities such as those with land, landless labour, educated unemployed, rural artisans and the disabled. The assisted low-income families could be either individuals or groups and would be selected from Below Poverty Line (BPL) families. The scheme was aimed at the development of Swarozgaris through training courses that are designed in accordance with the activities selected and the requirements of each swarozgari.

 Major Activities Undertaken:

 Carried out Base line survey for urban BPL community

  • Provided Vocational training in stitching.
  • Facilitated for buy- back arrangement with stakeholders and placement of the candidates.
  • Provided and supported loan facility for the self employment.

Navjeevan Yojana, Department of Social Justice & empowerment, Government of Rajasthan

Carried out Survey, IEC, Training and Rehabilitation of people involved in illegal liquor Work in Jhadol Block of Udaipur District.

Geographical Coverage: Block-Jhadol, Udaipur, Rajasthan

Schedule Caste Development Corporation (SCDL)

Carried out Base line survey for SC community beneficiaries and provided Vocational training in stitching and computers work. After completion, buy- back arrangements were facilitated with stakeholders and placement of the candidates. Provided and supported for loan facility for the self employment in Slum area of Jaipur city.

Geographical Coverage: Jaipur, Rajasthan

Communication & Capacity Development Unit (CCDU) Water And Sanitation Support Organization

Formation of Village Water Health Sanitation Committee (VWHSC) in each Gram Panchayat of the block, hands holding training of the VWHSCs members, water testing through the FTKs, sanitary survey of all the drinking water sources, social audit, prepare and implement the IEC and HRD Plan of the block.

Geographical Coverage: Bikaner, Ganganagar, Hanumangarh, Churu, Ajmer, Bhilwara, Nagour, Tonk, Bharatpur, Dholpur, Sawaimdhopur, Karuli

Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)

The idea of the program is to introduce concept like episodes or small informative video clippings explaining identified areas like gender discrimination, misconceptions related to puberty, body rights, sexuality, peer pressure, decision making and early marriage; the social issues that governs an adolescent sex and sexuality, through tablets, private mobile screen, micro SD- cards and pico projectors. Through this venture we main to reach out the young people at their most vulnerable time i.e. between ages 13-19.

Major Activities:

  • Formative study on the SRHR knowledge and views among 360 adolescents of Shahpura Block across caste and gender.
  • Training of Team leaders
  • Regular sessions with adolescent groups
  • Developing Communication tools
  • Reflective workshop on ‘Stories of Life’

Geographical Coverage: Shahpura & Govindgrah Block, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Swadhar- A project for women

‘Rajasthan Huuman Care Foundation - India’ is running a project, which purpose is to help and support women who are living under difficult circumstances without the provide of social and economic support.

The Indian family as a social institution is well known for the emotional and physical support that it provides to its extended members, but it tends to fail to support the women. These are especially women living under difficult circumstances like widows, ex-prisoners, mentally challenged women, victims of sexual abuse and crimes, divorced women etc. At the same time the Indian society has very limited state interventions available for these women, which mean their opportunities to start a new life are very bad if they can’t get the family support they need.

The organization is therefor running a program known as ‘Swadhar’, which is designed to require various types of women in diverse situations and under different conditions. ‘Swadhar’s’ purpose is to create a foundation for the women by providing them basic humanitarian needs as shelter, food, and medical care and rehabilitate the women socially and economically through education, skill up gradation and personal development. The program wants to help supplying sewing and handcrafts materials, computers, and educational materials to educate the women. And also provide the women emotional and developing consult and counseling, so they can process their past and get some tools to learn how to act in a working environment.

The project is at this moment starting a shelter home in Dausa, Rajasthan, with 10 women who desperately need help. Because of the size of this issue in the Indian society the program is already in contact with 40 other women who are waiting for their opportunity to join the program, and assumingly many other unknown women are in the same position everywhere in India. The project will hopefully result in a future were the women eventually can provide for themselves, so the project can keep helping more women who are trapped under the same difficult circumstances.

Geographical Coverage: Dausa, Rajasthan

Village Development Program, focused on Farmers

The program ensured that Self Help Groups (SHG), Village Organizations (VO) and Federation will be at the centre for implementing different activities and anchoring demand creation, family based planning and community based review of implementation.

Apart from impacting poverty levels, context specific interventions are designed in Palojori PIP (Project Implementation Plan) to significantly improve nutrition status of targeted households through consumption of vegetables and pulses.

Geographical Coverage: Dholpur, Rajasthan

Awareness Session on Family Planning and Nutrition

A nutrition camp was organized for the mothers and other community women.

  • As we interacted with the parents and children, we came to know that some of the children had more than two siblings. The RHCF staff thought to conduct awareness session on family planning. Accordingly a nutrition camp was organized for the mothers and other community women of the area on 18th July 2018. The main aim of the camp was to promote low-cost nutrition amongst women for better health and also to make the mothers aware about the kind of precautions they can take to control the birth and reproductive health.

Geographical Coverage: Dausa, Rajasthan