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Health > Women & Child Care

The various programs which are put into service for the betterment of Women and child care are mentioned below:Integrated Child Development Services: The main objective of ICDs is to bring physical and psychological development of children between the age group of 0-6 years, adolescent girls, pregnant women, and lactating mothers by improving their health and nutritional status.

This program has been mainly implemented in:
Children (7months-3years) 8939 5464 14403
Children (3–6 years) 4294 3133 7427
Pregnant women 2061 1431 3492
Lactating women 2155 1530 3685
Total 17449 11558 29007


Centers Centers AWW Helper ASHAs Sathins Supervisors
Rajgarh 273 273 250 250 55 10
Bhadra 217 211 200 176 46 9
Total 490 484 450 426 101 19

Supplementary nutrition to women and children 29,007 per day (approx).
Improved immunization & pre-school education


Integrated Nutrition & Health Program is being implemented in partnership with CARE Rajasthan to increase the acceptability and utilization of ICDS services among mothers of children of age 0-5 years in all 6 blocks of Churu District.

UBR Program

Universal Birth Registration Program is being implemented from the year 2006 in 3 blocks of Churu district with the financial support of PLAN India and technical support of Institute oh Health Management and Research (IIHMR), Jaipur. The birth certificate is the first legal document of a citizen. The possession of birth certificate by a person can ensure a large number of rights and privileges to him/her. However the registration is comparatively low in the villages. This project aims to increase birth registration of children up to age 10 and improve delivery of birth registration services. It undergoes birth registration of more than 10,000 children per year. The results of the interventions have been very encouraging.

TI Program for Female Sex Workers

This projectis being implemented in Bangalore Urban Zone-V. The major objective of this project is to increase condom usage by female sex workers thereby reduce the incidence of sexually transmitted infections.

During the year 2010-11 BCT provided treatment to 5561 women with STI and distributed 25.20 lakhs condoms.

Foster Care Programs -Orphaned or Vulnerable Children (OVC)

The OVC Programoffers foster care for those children who have been affected by HIV/AIDS. This program is being implemented in partnership with KHPT & Deshpande Foundation. Since 2009 BCT has been implementing a foster care model in 6 villages of two Talukas (Kundagol and Navalgund) with 30 OVC children and 10 caregivers.