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  project name ~ (KNUC) Nursing Training Project for Adolescents

category ~ Women Empowerment

 
       

  

     

  Project Name

 

(KNUC) Nursing Training Project for Adolescents

  NGO

 

KNUC (Khajurdaha nabnakur United Club)

  Category

 

Women Empowerment

  District

 

Hoogly

  State

 

West Bengal

  Budget Approved

 

$ 5500

 

  Year Approved

 

2006

 

 
 
 
 
 

  Photographs

 

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  Chapter Coordinators

 

 

San Diego
Columbus

 

  Caption

 

 

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  Summary

 

 

The NGO KNUC was founded in 1983 and focusses mainly on women, adolescent girls and children issues. It has a long history of working in the region including running a rural hospital.

The Nursing Training Project is a part of an adolescent girls empowerment project that the NGO has undertaken. The project aims to train adolescent girls in nursing, so that they can have a sustainable source of income and at the same time work as health workers in the remote regions. The project was funded for its potential of income generation and improvement of health-care in the region involving community participation.

The project is expected to begin in summer 2006. The first progress report is expected by the end of 2006

 
 

  Achievements

 

 

We have received the updates from NGO. This space will be updated as soon as report is presented to CSH. AID-SD recd Interim Progree Rpt - Oct ''''''''''''''''07 and answers to clarifications in Jan ''''''''''''''''08

 

  Goals

 

 

The specific goals of this project are: 1) To train adolescent girls in Nursing with special focus on issues important in the local context so that they can act as Health Workers/Advisors in the community 2) To integrate them as a bridge between home and hospitals 3) To use their skills in remote regions where doctors are not available, Dhais need help/training and adolescents need health advice. 4) To make the programme sustainable with help of key resourceful trainees. 5) To spread health awareness and education among other adolescents through the trainees.

 
 

  


 
 
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