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Location: Rajpur, Block Badwani District MadhyaPradesh
Mission Antyodaya is a convergence and accountability framework aiming to bring optimum use and management of resources allocated by 27 Ministries/ Department of the Government of India under various programmes for the development of rural areas. It is envisaged as state-led initiative with Gram Panchayats as focal points of convergence efforts.
Madhya Pradesh is one of the bottom three states, with Bihar and Uttarpradesh according to the performance and State ranking on the progress in Health Index by NITI AYOG. It ranks 17 of the 20 large states (2019-20).
This project, initiated by the Transform Rural India Foundation aims to transform the bottom 1,00,000 villages in six states into places of equal opportunity by creating better quality of life conditions for living in villages. The initiative is based on the belief that communities’ own initiative and aspirations needto be the central in the process of transformation. TribesresidinginthisblockaremainlyKorku,Bhil,Bhilala, Barela, Pateliya,etc. CHETNA is a thematic partner on health and nutrition in this initiative.
Overall Objective :To improve maternal and child health and nutrition status
Results: Improved Maternal, Child Health and Nutrition status and access to health services.