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Activities / Key Achivement


2002 to 2007


PACS Program


Villages covered: 20 villages in the Sirsia block of the  Shrawasti district in Uttar Pradesh. The target communities: SC/ OBC/ Minorities, Socially excluded communities, including women and children.
Household covered: 5150 households in 20 villages. Project period: September 2003 to September 2007.

Bhartiya Jan Kalyan Seva Sansthan  is a partner of the lead NGO BMSKSS, in the PACS  programme for the implementation of the project entitled “Empowering   women of the socially excluded groups to acquire equity and to secure the rights of the basic services and livelihood”.

The key outcomes envisaged in this project are
Livelihood- NREGS-

1.      90% targeted the socially excluded households having no discriminatory access to 100 days of NREGS work in a year.

2.      95% targeted families issued NREGS job cards.

3.      80% NREGS workers from the targeted households are getting timely NREGS payment.

Basic Services- Education-

1.      5% achievement in school enrollment of children (6-14 years) from the targeted excluded households.

2.      5% retention of children (6-14 years) from the targeted excluded households.

3.      90% of children from the targeted excluded households having no discriminatory access to the midday meal in schools.


1.      90% of women from the targeted socially excluded community are having access to the Janani Suraksha Yojna (JSY).

2.      80% institutional deliveries by the women of the targeted communities.

3.      90% women of the targeted communities are receiving ANC/ PNC care.


1.      90% of children (6-36 months) from the targeted socially excluded household having non-discriminatory access to supplementary nutrition from ICDS centers.

2.      80% of the registered children (6-36 months) of the targeted socially excluded households is receiving supplementary nutrition in ICDS centres.

3.      70% of pregnant women, lactating mothers and children from the targeted household is receiving supplementary nutrition from AWC



2004 to 2007



A survey of the status of 600 household, school infrastructure,  status of education was conducted in 30 gram panchayats  of Shravasti district under the ASER program by the  Bhartiya Jan kalyan Seva Sansthan  and in collaboration with the PRATHAM .All children in the age group 3-16 who have never attended or dropped out of school, as well as those in government schools, out of a total of 600 families in 20 families, randomly selected from 30 villages in Shravasti district, There are private schools, religious schools or anywhere else. The following information was collected by a team of two trained surveyors regarding the status of schooling for all children aged 3-16 residing in the sample homes.

      Children aged 5-16 are tested in basic reading Hindi, English and basic arithmetic and their ability to solve everyday math problems.

      Basic household information, family size, parental education, household wealth information were collected.

      A visit to a government primary school in each sample village. Basic information was collected on school infrastructure, enrollment, attendance, teachers and fund flow.

 A team of two trained surveyors visit each sample village, where they spend two days, Saturday and Sunday, conducting the survey. Training of surveyors, monitoring when they are in the survey area, and rechecking previously collected information.



2007 to 2008


Women & Child Trafficking Program Supported by MSS SEVA & SARIQ


2008 to 2010


 Axashay Project

The Axashay Project was implemented in Block – Sirsia and Hariharpur Rani, Shravasti by the Bhartiya Jan Kalyan Seva Sansthan  and in collaboration with Mamta – Health Institute of Mother and Child. This project focused on the civil society initiative for T.B. care and control.

The objectives of the project are:

§  Improve the reach, visibility and effectiveness of the Revised National tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) through civil society support.

§  Engaged the communities and community based care providers, to improve TB care and control, especially for the marginalized and vulnerable people including T.B. and the HIV patients.

The activities included:

§  Organize Gram Kalyan Samiti meetings and mid-media activities every month.

§  Identify the rural health care providers and CBOs.

§  Identify the TB suspect cases in the field and promote sputum collection and transportation.

§  Identify the defaulter in the field with support from DC/ DTC for re-treatment.

§  Organize special events on the World TB Day, AIDS Day, Women’s and Mother’s Day.

§  Identify the members for the TB forum and promote the ACSM Activities locally.

§  Build a rapport with RWA/ Mahila Mandal / NYK/ SHG/ PRI/ VHSC/ FBOs/ PLHIV networks.

Coverage area

      Coverage area of  Bhartiya Jan  Kalyan Seva Sansthan under this project: 50-50 villages in  Sirsia and HariharpurRani  are covered under the project in  Shrawasti 

       Bhartiya  Jan Kalyan Seva Sansthan Organized SHG (Gram Kalyan Samiti) meetings on a monthly basis in  5-5 villages in each Block sirsia and Hariharpur Rani,Shrawasti .

      Mid-media activities were done in every target village. This activity included wall writing, rallies, street plays, posters, etc., as parts of the awareness building on TB.

      Identified 6 bare footed doctors in the villages and trained them on tuberculosis so that they may send more and more TB patients to hospital. 

      10 health volunteers were also identified for this purpose. These bare footed doctors identified 300 TB patients and collected sputum from them. All of them were referred to the hospital. 

      The bare footed doctors and health volunteers identified as many as 80 defaulters and had sent them back to the hospital for re-treatment.

       It organized Women’s Day in the villages in which public oration and street plays were organized.  Bhartiya Jan  Kalyan Seva Sansthan  built a rapport with the PRI representatives to made the programme more effective in the villages



April 2010 to March 2011


ERW Program

Major outputs/deliverables achieved during the period :-

·                     Formation of Nari Sangh at GP level in 6 villages.

·                     Regular meeting of Nari Sanghs in 6 gram panchayat.

·                     6 GP Regular opening of PDs shop at village level.

·                     Village orientation meeting has been done in each 6 GPs

·                     The nari Sangh members have been able to do the work advocacy like PDs jobs cards, demand for work & RTI.

·                     86 applications have been field for desired information under RTI Act. 2005. 54 applications has been responded.

·                     Nari Mahasangh (woman confederation) was formed and first has its two quarterly meetings with specfice issues. Resource centre was well utilized by the people.

·                     Two days training selected woman leader on leadership development in three batches

·                     Observing world’s women day and focusing on right to work and right to food done.

·                     Interface workshop of women CBOs with village secretary, Pradhans and block level govt. officers

·                     Exposure of 4 selected women leaders from each 6 GPs in old women CBOs promoted under ERW programme done.

·                     955 household received Job Card.

·                     668 household got job.

·                     347 women’s benefited JSY

·                     47 house hold benefited Mahamaya Gareeb Aarthik Madad Yojna.

·                     6 GP open gram sabha meeting

·                     2 GP open gram sabha meeting in approved MANREGA prospective plan

·                     2 GP open gram sabha meeting in approved Gram Panchayat Prospective Plan.






BSPM Project

Bhartiya Jan Kalyan Seva Sansthan  and  Dehat With the joint effort  and with the Financial Support  of UNICEF, to ensure the rights of children, child health nutrition month, awareness workshop and rally were organized in the month of June and December 2012  in 5 gram panchayats. 1-Shivgarh Khurd,2- Shahpur Bargadwa,3- Madrhwa, 4- Belhari,5-  Veerpur Bagahi  in  block   Sirsia district Shravasti was done .


      Increasing coverage of vitamin A supplements in children 9 months to five years of age.

      Improving the ability of children to fight diseases.

      Reducing child mortality.

      To ensure protection from night blindness, vitat, spot and other eye diseases.

      Early detection and management of malnutrition.

      To improve the development of newborn babies up to 5 years of age by improving their eating habits.

      Covering all children from one year to five years of age with vitamin A supplements.

      Covering children from 9 months to 12 months who have missed their first dose of Vitamin A

Child health nutrition month is a special month to organize awareness workshop twice a year at an interval of six months in the month of June and December. In these months, the Health Department, ICDS Department together organize intensive health and nutrition activities for children up to the age of 5 years, so that the health and nutrition of children can be improved. In the workshop, information was given about the diseases caused by deficiency of Vitamin A and Iodine and about prevention, nutritious diet, feeding the mother’s first milk, colostrums, vaccination etc. Women were given information about late pregnancy, diet during pregnancy, vaccination and precautions and government schemes.  



      40 wall writings were done under the child health nutrition month awareness program.

      Under the Child Health Nutrition Month Awareness Program, awareness workshops were conducted in five gram panchayats.

      157 children aged 9 to 12 months were covered with vitamin A.

      362 children aged 1 to 5 years covered with Vitamin A



April 2012 to MARCH 2015


SDTT  Livelihood ProgramTCL

The intervention District- Shravasti  block, Hariharpur Rani  Gram Panchayat Khajuha Jhunjhuniya and Amwa  is  General Situation Declining Viability/Profitability, Decline in  Production &  Productivity in   Agriculture, Natural Calamities (Floods/Droughts), Lack of Improved Agricultural Practices, Inadequate Support System, Poor Social Capital  The main crops of the area are paddy, wheat, cereals, Massor and mustered. Due to excess use of chemical fertilizer and lack of introducing improved agriculture techniques produce has decreased gradually. Presently average production of paddy one Acer 10 to 15quintal , wheat one Acer 10 to 12 quintal . 

Purpose/Objectives of the project:

Annual average Income from agriculture & allied activities increased by at least 50%

•      A Federation (of SHGs, farmer’s organizations, producers groups etc.) manages the affair in sustainable manner.

Social Intervention  Key Achievement Localy  Samiridhi Project

Covered of 511 Women of Dalit and most backward families from Project area  2 Gram Panchayats .

41 SHGs  have been formed  two gram  panchayat 511 Women of Dalit and most backward families  organized in the  Project area

320 farmers organized in 14 Farmers organization. (Farmers Club ) 

6 Producers Group of select agri and allied activities.

12 CRPs & 5 trained paravets linked to FISC as service providers.

Active participation of SHG members and discussion on issues of Gram panchayat regular fix date SHG  meetings ,Savings and Credit.

SHG-based GP level federations are taking regular initiative for realize their entitlements related to right to work/livelihood and right to food.

Key Achievement Localy  Samiridhi Project


Ø  Farmers adapted Seeds and Root treatment 

Decrease in use of pesticides due to seed treatment/ decrease in loss of crop due to diseases

Ø  Farmers adapted  new tequinic Paddy cultivation SRI, SWI, SSLP Method

Ø  262 tree based farming families with   5230plants on farm bunds

Ø  Addition of 550 quintals of biomass in soil.

Ø  Production of 100 quintals of fodder & 710 quintals of fuel wood from farm bunds.

Ø  1 FISC established

Key Achievement Recycle Organic Matter Localy Samiridhi Project 

§  Number of Vermi compost 38 

§  Number of CCP compost 100

§  Number of MatkaRasayan  500                                                               

§  Number of Farmer  Use  of  VAM Plus Multification  350                                         

§  Number of Farmer Green  Mannering Dhaicha Cultivation  20

Key Achievement  Localy Samiridhi Project  


100 farmers adopted  New technique  Machan (Multi-layer) farming

55 Farmer adopted New technique  Riverbed Cultivation Bitter gourd, Bottle gourd, Pumpkin, Watermelon     

 540 family adopted Rooftop Vegetable

30 Farmer adopted New technique Turmeric Cultivation 

60 Farmer adopted New tequinic Cocopit Biter gourd Nursery 

50 Farmer Adopted New tequinic Watermelon Cultivation

30 Farmer adopted new  tequinic Chili Farming

50 Farmer adopted new tequinic Potato and Rajma 

50 Farmer adopted new tequinic French bean Cultivation   Promotion of inter-cropping for the best utilization of natural resources. We also promote line sowing of grains and suggest leaving a specific distance between lines where vegetables can be cultivated. For example; okra with maize, onion with sugar cane etc.





June 2012 to Dec.2014


Missing Child Alert Program  (MCA )

Formation Of Youth / Adolcent  Group Formation    meeting in 7 Village    :

The Youth / Adolcent  Group Formation  meetings were organized  10 meeting in 7 hamlets of  . Awareness generate about MCA  project . issue of formation of discuss trough a formal meeting,  .  Youth / Adolcent  Group  formed in Bal Adhikar Monch  each 7 GP 

Community Sensitization Program

 Topic Discussed ; At the MCA issues awareness Campaign organized by BJKSS in different three border Villages of Nepal . The resource Person  Mr. Avadheshkumar The objective of the Campaign  was to Sensitized the Community on the related Issues of trafficking / Kidnapping Early Child Marriage. The resource Person  Mr.Ramnaresh said to Participants that do not send Children with unknown People and do not misbehave with their  child by whom their  child not feel guilty  and run away their  home  because this against  their  right , and their child can be a Potential Victim . The children who Leave their home and run  away to other Places they work as a bonded labor . They Can also involve with Organized Crime .If any Condition their Child run away from their home then should be Inform nearest Police Station  and registered FIR . The group members Should be help and Support for Police information  and FIR   . At Last the Mr. DDPandey  thanked to all Participant and advised group members to be aware on that issues .

Reaction of the Participants; At the end of the  Workshop  the Participant share their  feedback that the Workshop was beneficial for him and they will adopt the things  learning  during workshop .and they also appreciate to organization for  organizing such type of workshop . 

Follow up measures to be taken ; After campaign the group members are participating in meeting regularly and clear their vision about missing Child Issues.  

Partnership Development Review meeting

At The Place of Kashawadhan Dharamshala   meeting hall   a meeting organized by BJKSS The President CWC,NGOs,Government Department ,PRis Members, Media Advocate  of  also Participated in meeting . the DDPandey also explains the objective of missing child Alert    programme with the Participant .they also explain the Progress of  the project till date . during meetings the Participants appreciate the organization  for Implementing such type of Project for missing Children ,and they also Interested to secure .the child right  Issuse  and in future they will help to Project .  The all Participant  said  that such type of Project will be help full to stop the child trafficking  through awareness Program 

Meeting Consultation at Community and GIO Level  Regular  Community members Meetings and consultation with Community / Govt. official , Police, SSB, DPO, and others District Officers ,Out of them some shown positive response within the project and said that they will provide to all support from their department   

BJKSS organized at District  level Strengthening of Network (NGO,Policymaker and stakeholder and media  In this programme  discussed  Strengthening of Network (NGO,Policymaker and stakeholder and media  ere  MCA Project Child Right , JJ Act ,   District Officers ,Out of them some shown positive response within the project and said that they will provide to all support from their.

Vocational training for  youth and adolescent Vulnerable Youth Group

Identify the Issues  that Some Child migrant or Trafficked  due to Poverty ,So reduce the risk of Trafficking / migration of such type of Vulnerable Children , motivated  and Supported  for Providing Some  technical / Professional  training with  their Own Interest Like mobile repairing .The details are 20  youth Provide Mobile reparing   training for  and adolescent Vulnerable Youth

Key Achievement MCA Project

       Educational Support for Five children

      Vocational training  ( Mobile repairing Training ) for 20  youth and adolescent VulnerableYouth      

      Youth and adolescent groups Formation   

      Capacity building combined meeting with police and CVG”s, Meeting Consultation at Community and GOI Level  , CVS of Infraction With Steck holders  Meeting Done

      Consultation with lawyers collectives   

      Coordinate  and Collaborative with Govt. official

      Linking 5 youths in income generating programme:




Disaster Relief Prog. SDTT TCL

Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction  Management

Disaster Risk Management interventions were initiated by  BJKSS  in 2015 with the aim to evolve a community based flood preparedness and response system, with specific focus on securing livelihoods from floods, in an area which was highly vulnerable to flood borne disasters. Over the years these interventions have evolved into a full-fledged programme model to enable the affected communities to counter the ill-effects of flood disasters with minimal loss to life, property and livelihoods, through their own ‘preparedness’ systems, institutions and resources.  

BJKSS’s ‘Community Based Disaster Risk Reduction’ (CBDRR) approach is based on the tenet  that sufferer is the first responder. The strategy, therefore, is to make the (affected) communities

Key Achievements during 2014-15

      In all the 5 villages CBDM plans have been formulated/ revised and implemented.

      During the monsoon season 2014-15 the families in the 5 villages have been facilitated to  carry out household level pre-flood preparedness drill.

      25 DMG volunteers (including women) have been trained for undertaking rescue activities

      18 humanitarian response volunteers have been provided with advanced level training.

      In all 5 villages the micro-plans have been reviewed and revised by including earthquake and fire hazards. Revised micro plan has been shared with the panchayats.

      During the monsoon season 2014-15, 20 volunteers (11 female and 9 male) have been trained in various life saving skills- rescue, first aid and attending child birth during   floods.

      Shrawasti  issues of malnutrition of children;  safety of schools; and, water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in flood prone villages  Further, under the school safety component, school safety plans and constitution of school safety task force has been facilitated ailed at providing safety cover to over 05 school children.

      para-vet to provide critical livestock vaccination, before and during floods; 1256 Animal, village- Khajuha jhunjhuniya, Amwa, Baibhi, Mankapur,  Laisening  through Veterinary Deportment 

      BJKSS  Provide  food items700 Family , fuel wood, basic medicines, Safe  drinking water facility chlorination  and safety and security of valuable goods and documents.

      BJKSS Provide 600 Relief Bag, Gram Panchayat Khajuha jhunjhuniya and Amwa Block Hariharpur Rani, Shrawasti,  Supported by SDTT TCL 





NEAC Awareness Program2014- 2015

Bhartiya Jan Kalyan  Seva Sansthan  organized  Environment  Awareness Program at Primary School  Khajuha jhunjhunia , Block – Hariharpur Rani , District – Shrawasti  resource person , Mr. G P Madhukar Mishra  Mr. Avadhesh kumar Sharma provide knowledge to the community ,SHG group, Farmers club , uncontrolled exploitation of natural resources by man for developmental purposes has seriously damaged and polluted the Environment  all  over the world . In fact , environmental pollution and degradation has reached a stage which is threatening the very existence of human society . it is felt that this problem has become even mere serious than a war this situation has of late awakened the human society to be concerned with environmental degradation again organized a  Awareness  at village   Khajuha Jhunjhuniya  block of Hariharpur Rani  diistrct shrawasti on world  environment day to discuss the impact of growing population on human health and environment .


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