WHAT WE DO
National Development Foundation, NDF is an Independent Civil Society Organization working with Government, Communities and Civil Society Since 1992. We explore opportunities to create developmental and conservation models through our programmes with active participation of Govt. and communities we work for. NDF has two directorates which are also the key thematic areas of its work i.e 1.Children and Youth Empowerment. 2. Nature, Wildlife and Climate Change.
Milestones achieved in Child Protection:
- 1.52 Cr. Population of Jammu region were sensitized on Child Rights and Child Protection, JJ Act and ICPS scheme.
- Protection needs of 1,00,920 children ensured in 174 villages of 5 districts with established Child Protection Mechanism.
- 71000 children and 31422 Community members sensitized on child rights & child protection
- 4,024 children as members of 174 Children's Groups were provided opportunities and spaces to participate on issues which affect their life.
- 4064 Child Protection Committee members and 155 Block Child Protection Committee members work to resolve child protection issues
- 5 functional and operational District Child Protection Committees (DCPCs) comprising of approx. 25 members each.
- provided psychosocial care to 4567 children through 83 Child Friendly Spaces (CFS)
- 80 members of civil society alliance and Civil Society organizations trained on JJ System and Child Protection Legislations
- 2271 Govt. Officials/NGOs/AWW/Student forums sensitized on Child Protection.
- 810 Police officials trained on JJ System
- 37 Caretakers of Children Homes trained on child friendly practices/child protection.
- 566 children living in 9 CCIs in 2 districts were trained on life skills
- 4277 persons sensitized on gender and female feticide to end violence against children
Milestones achieved in DRR & Emergency Response:
- 5561 persons including 1372 children living in villages located on LoC in Rajouri & Poonch districts trained on Landmine Risk Awareness and Safety Measures/do's and don'ts to be followed in cross border shelling and firing
- 4567 children were provided psychosocial care through 83 Child Friendly Spaces in villages located on LoC in Poonch & Rajouri districts
- Appx 257 adults injured in landmines/ IEDs were checked up during the health checkup and referral camps.
- 2,356 families including 5,557 children were provided life-saving humanitarian relief during disasters.
- 1900 students in 20 schools benefited through construction of hand washing satiations/restoration of toilets.
- 177 persons including 71 children injured due to conflict in border villages across LoC like mine/IED blasts, cross boarder shelling/firing, encounters were referred for specialist services for advanced treatment
- Aprx. 42,820 peoples from Rajouri District were aware about the key compensation and social protection schemes of the Government.
- Age appropriate hand washing stations were also constructed in 16 schools.
Milestones achieved in Education:
- 2650 VEC members of 180 VEC Committees trained on their roles and responsibilities and working
- 1184 members of Children Groups of 74 villages engaged in identification and enrollment of dropout/ never enrolled and identifying education related issues.
- 300 trained Master trainer on CFSA and quality education.
- Improved quality of education for 7878 Children from 74 Villages benefited through quality education.
- 566 children of CCIs were provided educational kits
- 873 children from vulnerable families benefited through educational material support.
- 219 out of school/ never enrolled children counseled/enrolled in schools.
- 854 teachers trained / benefited through training programmes
- 200 head masters trained on Child Friendly school approach.
- 287 teachers from 150 Schools trained on CFSA.
- NDF train aprx. 150 ICDS staff and facilitate them to develop model ECCE center.
- 48 Model ECCE centers established in Jammu and Rajouri District.
- Complaint boxes have been installed in 100 schools Of Rajouri District.
Milestones Achieved in Health & Nutrition:
- 4567 children were provided psychosocial care through 83 Child Friendly Spaces in villages located on LoC in Poonch & Rajouri districts.
- Various Health checkup and referral camps organized in 257 adults were referred for super specialist treatments.
- 150 conflict affected children were referred for psychosocial support to psychiatric hospital Jammu
- 210 children provided cash assistance In Rajouri and Poonch District.
- NDF time to time organized Village Health & Nutrition day in their target areas.
Milestones achieved in Youth Empowerment & Skill Development:
- Five Lakh Youth and adolescents attended National Integration camps, Youth Camps, Rallies and youth activities aiming at engaging youth in constructive activities.
- 400 youth imparted Vocational training under different trades under various programmes of NDF
- 500 youth attended youth exchange programme for exposure and learning.
- 600 youth attended adventure awareness camps and activities.
- 2500 youth and adolescents participated in adolescent Melas and exhibitions .
- Apart from above a large number are youth are volunteers with NDF at grossroot level
Milestones achieved in WASH:
- 358455 people were aware about the WASH in 5 Districts through different activities (Like Mass awareness, through PAS system, School Competitions ect.)
- 75,907 community members including 12,348 children have adopted safe and healthy water, sanitation and hygiene practices in 490 villages
- 5,032 children in 268 schools have improved access to WASH facilities
- 7,119 members of 237 Village Water Sanitation Committees trained on safe and healthy WASH practices
- 4,110 members of 443 PRIs and 1,836 grass root worker of PH.E department trained on WASH, water testing and managing water supply schemes
- 36,000 water connections tested from source to mouth in 5 districts.
STORIES OF CHANGE
SIMRAN - THE ROLE MODEL
Simran Roy of Dharam a far flung Village in Gool block Ramban district of J&K, India,
Muzaffar saves four lives
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Children’s behavior changes after wash intervention
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Zahida returns to school
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