Jagran has developed a social development model that enables active partnership with corporates, business houses, foreign and national donors.
Why Organization’s should work with us?
Equitable access to healthcare means where everybody has equal access to healthcare irrespective of his/her social, economic and geographic background. Serving a population of 1.3 billion, India exhibits a number of crippling disparities in healthcare. This disparity is even more apparent when it comes to rural areas. Bridging this gap in rural pockets of Rajasthan Jagran has come up with well-planned interventions for Female health, Taditional health treatment, livelihood and Women empowerment.
With a vision to reach 1lakh households (approx.5lakh people) in the next 5years, Jagran is striving to reach every tribal household of southern Rajasthan. We invite business houses and donors to partner with us to make healthcare and services accessible for every marginalized in this journey of nation building.
Meet Our Partners
hese trusts, foundations and other organisations are making important contributions to our restoration work across the world.
6 Step model of engagement
A detailed resource-mapping is done to understand the ground-realities and to identify the most vulnerable people in the community.
Jagran mobilizes people of the community through education awareness camps, health camps and door to door visits by our field team.
Our community resource management and natural resource management initiative strives to empower the community with sustainable livelihood opportunities. We have created SHG’s to encourage micro-credit and as a peer-group learning platform for health issues. Apart from this our GIS team helps the community to mobilize and preserve their local assets through micro-level planning with the help of GIS tools and capacity building of the local authrorities
Jagran supports women and migrants with livelihood opportunities like MGNREGA linkage, mask making, livestock management, agriculture improvement and composite water resource management. Our livelihood support initiative has gained more momentum on account of loss of income of people due to COVID pandemic.
By improving access to healthcare, livelihood skills and awareness generation on government services, Jagran endeavors to improve the lives of people. Jagran tries to make healthcare accessible in the remotest corner of the villages through capacity building of traditional healers, enhancing their online visibility and organizing mobile health camp units.
Empowerment of people is the ultimate goal we are striving for. All our initiatives strive to create a degree of autonomy and self-determination amongst the people and in communities so that development outcomes can be sustained.