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Ekta has involved in  many other developmental activities with the District and State level administrations from time to time. The activities includes training, meeting, awareness and orientation program on health, governance and livelihood at Koraput, Rayagada, Malkangiri and Nabarangpur districts of Odisha.

CAPACITY BUILDING OF ASHA WORKERS: Ekta has been organizing ASHA worker’s capacity building training program on Module 6 & 7 in support of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), Koraput and Disrtrict Health Department since 2012. The training programs have covered 5 PHCs of Koraput district i.e. Pottangi, Kunduli, Mathalput, Semiliguda and Nandapur. Till date, we have organised 13 bathches training program and around 415 ASHAs have been successfully oriented on the modules. For the successful conduct of these trainings program Ekta has been providing all necessary logistics and other supports to the participant.

CAPACITY BUILDING OF PRIs: Ekta has organised 3 days capacity building training programs for the newly elected PRI members of 16 Gram Panchayats under Dasmantpur blocks of the district. These training programs had been jointly facilitated and supported by State Institute of Rural Development (SIRD) and District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), Koraput. Around 198 PRI members were orientated on their functional powers, rights under three tires of Panchayat Raj System along with different social security schemes and programs. After getting these orientation programs, they would discharge their duty and responsibilities in an effective manner.

TRAINING TO THE FARMERS: Another unique program was undertaken by the organization during the years taking the prospective farmers into account. The farmers those who came here for capacities through capacity building initiatives are from the watershed areas of Semiliguda block under Koraput district. The prospective farmers have been trained on various natures in order to maintain their groups in better, systematic and effective manner. these includes book keeping, proper organisation of the meetings, leadership and its dynamics, proper uses of capital linked from various sources among others. Besides giving logistic arrangements by our organization for the participants, providing resources materials as well as arrange for resource persons of the organization. This project was supported by Watershed Mission of Semiliguda block of Koraput distict.

IMNCI TRAINING FOR ICDS WORKERS: In partnership with National Health Mission and District Health Department, Ekta, Koraput has been organising training programs for the Anagan wadi workers in its training centre at Duruguda. Anganwadi Workers from Koraput, Nandapur, Semiliguda, Pottangi and Laxmipur blocks of the distict have been coming here for 8 days residential training program covering all relevant areas in which the AWWs have to work in their respective centre for giving necessary support and better deliverance at the community level in the greater interest of the children and mother.  More than 200 AWWs have been trained till date from different assigned blocks of Koraput district. Ekta has the role to provide all logistic support as per agreed provisions to the participants so that they won’t find any difficulty in getting the training programs. 

TRAINING PROGRAM FOR THE YOUTHS ON FOOD PROCESSING:In partnership with Enterprise Development Institute of India, Ahmadabad, National Mission for Food Processing of Govt. of India & District Industries Centre, Koraput, our organisation had organised 30 days training program on food processing at Koraput. Altogether, 28 youths (both male and female) from different parts of Koraput had successfully completed the certification course of the same. Some of them had already started their ventures for sustaining their livelihood.

SABALA: The SABALA training rogramme is one of the programs undertaken by Ekta with the support of Department of Women and Child Development & UNICEF for the adolescent girls. The programmed was conducted in Laxmipur block which involving in 7 Gram Panchayats  (GP) and 64 Angan Wadi Centres (AWC) of Koraput district. In these training programs, 164 no of Sakhi Saheli (village level health worker) had been trained by Ekta with the support from the local resource persons. To make it effective and value based, both Child Development Program Officer (CDPO) as well as Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) supervisors have not only supported through their participation & inputs but also shared their experience with the participants. Through these training programs as well as exposure visits to different villages helped a lot to the adolescent girls to have an idea and understanding of different things which is related to them in their day to day life. During different stages of their life especially on adolescent periods, what needs to be done and what needs to be avoided. It is a life skill education where they will get an opportunity to share their woes, challenges and experiences on one hand and on the other, through discussion and sharing experiences; most of the things related to them had been addressed. These training programs have given them as option to sit, discuss and plan for their future with expert’s opinion and suggestion.

INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING PRACTICES: Project SURAKHYA has taken unique initiatives strengthen infant and young child feeding practices in all over the State. It is joint efforts from UNICEF, OVHA AND State Government towards reduce IMR through contact drive in grass root level. The key messages of the project included Initiate breastfeeding in the first hour of life, breastfeeding from birth till the completion of 6 months, complimentary foods introduced at the end of six month and finally interactive feeding. Ekta has implemented this project in Koraput district in collaboration with the local NGOs and CBOs.