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The objective of the project “JDF” is to provide daily education and nutrition to malnourished children in the villages of Northern India. The project requires setting up a dedicated room, hall, or covered space to run the program 6 days a week. The space is provided by an Anganwadi, a NGO center, a Samudaik Bhavan, a volunteer, or the Sarpanch's home. If the number of children is too high to accommodate in one time, they are divided into two batches based on their age (under 3 years and above 3 years). The arrangement and milk distribution for the project involves conducting meetings with parents, dividing children into batches of 50-60, establishing a designated time for children to gather, preparing fresh milk daily, giving all children milk at the same time, providing nutritious snacks, and storing formula at a clean and dry place. The center maintains cleanliness and hygiene during milk distribution and preparation. The JDF team daily monitors the appearance, clothes, and hair of the children to ensure proper hygiene practices are maintained. Children are encouraged to wash their hands, take baths, wear clean clothes, and comb their hair before coming to the center. The goal is to improve the children's overall appearance within 2 months through engagement of the NGO partner and local community. Children are provided with 1 uniform, 1 pair of shoes, and a steel glass within a month of starting the project. The learning and education activities will take place after milk distribution and will include teaching alphabets, numbers, colors, shapes, etc.



The goal of project “SWITCHOn” is to promote the benefits of solar energy and generate demand among potential women beneficiaries. This is achieved through various activities such as creating awareness, conducting marketing drives, product demonstrations, workshops for women SHG leaders, and collaboration with SwitchOn Foundation. 1. Awareness: The project aims to identify and create awareness among potential women beneficiaries about the benefits of solar energy. This is achieved through information dissemination, word of mouth, and other means of communication. 2. Demand Generation: The project generates demand for solar products through marketing pitches and product demonstrations in the area of operations. This helps to educate potential beneficiaries about the benefits of solar energy and encourage them to adopt this renewable source of energy. 3. Workshops: Workshops for women SHG leaders are conducted to provide them with the necessary knowledge and skills to promote solar energy in their communities. This helps to create a network of trained individuals who can further spread the message about the benefits of solar energy. 4. Collaboration with SwitchOn Foundation: The project is collaborated with SwitchOn Foundation for promotional work. This helps to leverage the expertise and resources of the foundation to reach a larger audience and achieve the project's goals. 5. Volunteer Support: A minimum of one volunteer is engaged to support the project. This person is responsible for collecting farmers' documents, demand drafts, and visiting Block & District Agriculture Offices. 6. Ethical Practices: The project respects and follows ethical and good case practices to ensure that all activities are conducted in a responsible and sustainable manner. This helps to build trust with the beneficiaries and contribute to the long-term success of the project.



The PRERNA project aims to raise awareness about Rh incompatibility and hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn in the districts of Jharkhand. Rh incompatibility occurs when a woman with Rh-negative blood is pregnant with a baby with Rh-positive blood. This can cause the mother's antibodies to attack the baby's red blood cells, leading to hemolytic disease and potentially life-threatening symptoms such as jaundice, heart failure, swelling, and even stillbirth or death. To address this issue, the LOK PRERNA provides training to frontline workers in the health and ICDS sectors. The project is a partnership between LOK PRERNA and the CONEXUS SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY FOUNDATION. The project will be implemented in ten blocks of Deoghar district and the target audience will be Anganwadi workers, ANMs, and Sahiyas. The organization will provide training to these frontline workers so they can create awareness and mobilize the population in their working areas. The training will be conducted by a total of 12 trainer cum facilitators, with 4 of them being resource persons from Lok Prerna and the rest being trained by Conexus Foundation. The expected outcome of the project is that 80% of the frontline workers will be aware of Rh incompatibility and hemolytic disease, its causes, and prevention. Additionally, pregnant and lactating mothers will also be informed about the ill-effects of the disease and measures to prevent it.



Charities Aid Foundation of India (CAF) carried out a survey of 1342 NGOs from all over India including 113 NGOs from Bihar and Jharkhand combined. The evaluation of NGOs was done on the parameter of :

A) Registration Status
B) Staff Profile
C) Income Profile of Organisation
D) Governance , Accountability and Transparency within Organisation

Lok Prerna has been accorded the highest score of 268 and has been positioned as No.1 NGO in Bihar / Jharkhand combined.

Charities Aid Foundation of India (CAF)

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