National Consultant for Leprosy NLR Indonesia

NATIONAL CONSULTANT FOR LEPROSY
CARE AND REHABILITATION NETHERLANDS LEPROSY RELIEF INDONESIA

The Netherlands Leprosy Relief (NLR) is a non-governmental organization which in Indonesia supports leprosy control activities at Ministry of Health level and in 22 provinces. In addition there are special projects such as ‘Care & Rehabilitation’, which aims to develop and support comprehensive rehabilitation services.

The Care and Rehabilitation Unit of NLR, Indonesia is currently looking for a national consultant (Indonesian Nationality) to strengthen the team. Tasks will focus on advocacy and networking with other organizations and governmental sectors with the aim to bring forward comprehensive rehabilitation for people affected by leprosy, as well as planning, organization, implementation and monitoring of activities.

Conditions are a (pars) medical degree preferably in the field of rehabilitation, and /or Masters in Public Health, CBR or Disability.

Experience with the leprosy control program in Indonesia or with rehabilitation of people with disabilities is preferable, as well as skills in management and administration.
Good command of written and spoken English and preparedness to travel extensively throughout Indonesia is essential.

Applications can be sent to:
Netherlands Leprosy Relief
Jl. Sungai Sambas VI No 12
Kebayoran Baru
Jakarta Selatan 12130
Email: rep_office@nlrindonesia.or.id
Closing date: 8 August 2009

6 Replies to “National Consultant for Leprosy NLR Indonesia”

  1. Balaraman

    28-10-2010

    To

    The Executive Director

    Subject: submission of a project :
    Title: Socio Economic Rehabilitation of Leprosy affected and cured persons
    Living in Self Settled Colonies in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

    Respected Sir/Madam,

    Greetings from Morning Star Fellowship Society (MSFS),

    Please find the above mentioned project for your kind consideration. It gives us immense joy to present this project which is prepared based on the RBM method. We clear with our proposal and with its proposed objectives, activities including output, outcome, indicators, risks, assumptions etc.

    We have been working for the people in the colonies which are spread out in Utterpradesh, Himachalprades, Punjab and Haryana, from the very inception of MSFS. We also ways wanted to initiate a sustainable rehabilitation of leprosy cured or affected person. This project we have planned to concentrate on 5 colonies at the first step.

    May the Lord bless you for your wonderful social action works. Your positive consideration will bring solace to hundreds suffering because of Leprosy

    Thanking you,

    Yours Sincerely,
    Mr.Balaraman, Chief Functionary

    P R O J E C T P R O P O S A L

    I. General Information:

    Title of the Project : Socio Economic Rehabilitation of Leprosy affected and cured persons Living in 5 Self
    Settled Colonies in Uttar Pradesh & Haryana.

    Name of the Organization : Morning Star Fellowship Society (MSFS)

    Contact Person : Mr.Balaraman, Chief Functionary

    Address SCO 174, 1st floor, Grain Market, Sector 26,
    Chandigarh 19, U.T. PIN -160019

    City : Chandigarh

    State : Union Territory, India.

    Country : India

    Telephone : 0172 – 2794492

    E-mail : msfsngo@gmail.com

    Founding Date : 29th August 1994.

    Registered as NGO : Under society Registration Act 1860, in the year 1995
    at Chandigarh

    Legal Status : Have obtained 80G and FCRA.

    Project Executing
    Organization : Morning Star Fellowship Society (MSFS)

    II. Background and purpose of the organisation

    Genesis:

    Morning Star Fellowship Society (MSFS) was funded by Mr.Balaraman. He is a leprosy cured person. He diagnosed the disease at the earliest and underwent treatment and got cured. Because he was in contact with leprosy, his home people discarded him when he was 18 years old. He had to come out of his home and faced the challenges in the society because of the stigma attached with the disease. He began staying with the self settled colonies where leprosy cured persons and persons who were under treatment, lived. In the initial years he was very much involved in working for the rehabilitation of leprosy affected persons in the three states of Haryana, Punjab and Utterpradesh. He organized the leprosy affected persons who were living in about 13 such colonies spread out in the three States.

    His main focus was children of leprosy affected persons, their education in hostels, their total rehabilitation. The main source of support was Helpage International and India directly through the colonies. Thus after 15 years of experience in working for the leprosy affected person, he founded Morning Star Fellowship Society (MSFS) to concentrate to work for the psycho- socio – and economic rehabilitation of leprosy cured and affected persons and to eradicate the stigma attached with disease. He organized awareness creation to general public on Leprosy and early intervention. Together with this MSFS also initiated formation of self-help-groups among the women of leprosy colonies and in the near by general public.

    Thus MSFS is today focusing on integrated community development activities, special programme for children of slum communities, leprosy colonies, women skill training programme, women SHGs, RCH programme with the help of Social Welfare Board- Chandigarh.

    Mission of MSFS:

     Economical, social, educational and medical rehabilitation of leprosy cured persons and their children

     Removal of stigma attached with leprosy among the general public
     Empowerment of poor and marginalized through establishing community based organizations (CBOs).

     Gender equality through equal participation in collective discussion and collective decision

    Sustainable economical empowerment of women, youth and men
     Evolving child centered communities
    Promotion of basic preventive health care
    Goals of MSFS:

     Formation, strengthening, training and networking of women, men, youth and children groups for sustainable community development

     Eradication of anti social elements in the society with focus on gender bias, stigma attached with leprosy, HIV/AIDS etc

     Promotion of hundred percentage literacy among young women through adult literacy, remedial classes, tuition classes.

     Promotion of value education for the school children

     Promotion of basic living condition in the self settled colonies where leprosy affected, cured and being treated persons live

     Promotion of vocational skill training and Income Generation Programme among young women and youth who are entrepreneurs

     Formation, linking and re-linking of self-help-groups (micro credits among women)

     Promotion preventive and promotive health measures through action oriented awareness programme with focus on HIV/AIDS, Leprosy, T.B, RCH.

     Disseminating information on global warming to the public and to ensure individual and community actions to establish environmental balance.

     Networking with GOs and NGOs and CBOs for the best utility of human and material resources.

     Implementing of the proposed programme with effective planning, monitoring, evaluating, reporting and documenting.

    Present Major Activities:

    – Balwadies as part of RCH programme in the slums of Chandigarh

    – Tuition centers for the potential drop outs in the slums of Chandigarh

    – Awareness on child rights, duties to children and women of self-help-groups

    – Women self-help-groups in the slums at the outskirts of Chandigarh

    – Leadership training for women representatives

    – Bridge courses for the 10th and 12th class failed candidates in the slums of Chandigarh.

    – Condensed courses and on the job vocational training for unskilled youth from the slums around Chandigarh and in the colonies leprosy cured persons.

    – Awareness campaign in slum communities and in leprosy colonies on preventive and promotive health measures.

    – Facilitating formal education of children of leprosy cured persons who are living in 9 self –settled- colonies

    – Community awareness programme on leprosy and its related facts for the people who live near by self-settled-colonies of leprosy cured persons

    – Medical check up camps for slum children and women with the help of locally available personnel (doctors) and material (medicines) resources

    – Recreational programmes for the inmates who are elderly living in the leprosy colonies

    – Linking the CBOs established in the colonies with the government and non-government resources(schemes)

    – Periodical programme evaluation at the CBOs in the colonies

    Problems addressed by MSFS through the present activities:

    – Lack of nutrition for children in the age group of 3 to 5 especially in the colonies and slums

    – Intellectually weaker children drop out of regular schools not supported by special care at the schools and by their illiterate parents.

    – Complete absence of child centered communities which seem to be lethargic and unconcerned about the plights of children in this time of competition, economical depressions, unavailability of parents to children etc.

    – Lack of micro credit systems and micro enterprises among the women

    – Atrocities on women

    – Absence of participation of women in the decision making process on community programmes and assets

    – Drop out candidates in the classes of 10th and 12th.

    – Absence of vocational training for unskilled youth in the urban slums and the youth of leprosy affected persons..

    – Lack of awareness among slum communities and leprosy affected persons on preventive and promotive health measures.

    – Lack of systems to encourage and to ensure formal education of children of leprosy cured persons who are living in self –settled- colonies

    – Stigma attached with leprosy and HIV/AIDS prevalent among the general public

    – Absence of periodical community based medical check up camps for slum children and women/

    – The plight of elders who are living in the leprosy colonies

    – Absence of a effective coordination between the govt. and the people settled in colonies

    III. Present Project Details

    1. The name of the Present Project:

    Socio Economic Rehabilitation of 5 Leprosy Affected and Cured Persons
    Living in Self Settled Colonies in Haryana and Uttar Pradesh.

    2. The project location

    The present project will be implemented in the following colonies

    1. Jai Durga Kusht Ashra, ITI-Delhi Road.Saharanpur.Utta Pradesh.

    Founded Ested since 1968

    Population Male. 28 Female 25 + children 41 = 94

    Occupation Public donation and individual begging

    Resources Disabled pension for 89 person by State Govt

    Land Provided by UP Government.

    Education No poor condition

    2. Nirman Kusht Ashram. Bed Atta. Saharanpur.. Nitrasa Kusht Ashram.Near Rly Station.
    Saharanpur. Utta Pradesh.

    Founded Ested since 1947

    Population Male. 32 Female 28 + children = 86

    Occupation Public donation and individual begging

    Resources Disabled pension for 18 person by State Govt

    Land Provided by UP Government 99 years on lease.

    Education poor condition

    Health condition No medical support

    3. Gouri Shankar Kusht Asram. Yamuna Nagar.Haryana

    Founded Ested since 1969

    Population Male. 38 Female 25 + 21children = 84

    Occupation Public donation and individual begging

    Resources Disabled pension for 9 person by State Govt Haryana

    Land On govt land.

    Education poor condition

    Health condition No medical support

    4. Nirsa Kusht Ashram. Nirasa Kusht Ashram.Near Rly Station.
    Saharanpur. Utta Pradesh.

    Founded Ested since 1957

    Population Male. 42 Female 48 + children 41 = 131

    Occupation Public donation and individual begging

    Resources No. aided colony State Govt no welfare programme

    Land Provided by Haryana Government .

    Education poor condition

    Health condition No medical support

    5. Indra Chakrawathy Nirasa Kusht Ashram.
    Kusht Ashram. Karnal. Haryana.

    Founded Ested since 1957

    Population Male. 46 Female 41 + children 42 = 129

    Occupation Public donation and Agricultures.

    Resources No. aided colony by State Govt, no welfare programme

    Land Provided by Haryana Government .

    Education poor condition

    Health condition No medical support

    3. The social-economic situation of the area/region where the project will be executed

    Background to the colonies.
    The present project will be implemented in 5 leprosy colonies which are spread out in Haryana and Utterpradesh. These colonies are self-settled colonies. The families living in these colonies were once nomads and did not have a permanent place to live in. But in the course of time, hundreds of leprosy cured persons got organized and approached the State Governments and demanded a place for their living. Thus they began living together whereever the Governments showed them the place for their living.

    Mr.Balaraman, the chief functionary of MSFS, was one the pioneers in organizing these people inorder to get a place of living for the leprosy affected, cured and being treated persons.

    Present Social Condition of the focused colonies:
    There are children, youth, women, men and elders in these colonies. There are widows, widowers and parent less children in these colonies. There are persons who are cured of leprosy but unable to find a place outside the colony due to stigma prevailing among public on the affected persons. There are persons who are suffering from chronic ulcers and under go treatment in the local hospitals periodically. There are couples who are leprosy cured. There are singles who are leprosy cured. There are some people who have found out their partners in the colonies to live with. There some children who attend the local schools while staying with their parents. There are some children who are studying in hostels (mostly from the 6th class and above). The expenditure of studies of children met by their parents with money which they collect from begging. They do not have social gathering except their marriage celebrations which also takes place in simple manner. There are parents who are leprosy cured living in the colonies but their children who are married and settled on rent out side the colonies. But these parents can not go and live with their own children who are settled out side the colonies. Some times the grandmother and grandfather visit their sons and daughters and their grandchildren who some times settled far away from the colonies. The people belong to different States of India. They speak multiple languages. Major language is Hindi. The youth (children of the inmates of the colonies) after their studies do find it hard to opt for higher studies because of lack of support and guidance. Some youth come back to the colonies and stay with their parents and go for daily wages. Some youth stay in the places of their work.

    Present Economic Condition of the focused colonies:
    The main source of income is begging. The inmates of the colonies go for begging daily. Those who are in a position to walk, go to the market of the local towns for begging. Some times the local people donate food items to the inmates. Such food items are shared by the women and children staying back in the colonies. A few persons go around selling fancy items during religious celebration in different cities at different seasons.

    Present Political Condition of the focused colonies:
    The colonies have some informally elected persons who take care of petty disputes among the inmates. Some times the neighbourhood public accuses the children of the inmate of stealth etc. In such cases the informally elected persons represent the cause of the colony communities. All these people have right to vote. But the local political parties have done their minimum for the welfare of the inmates. This may be lack of organization among the inmates. The informally elected persons also do have contact with local municipalities to deal with the problems basic amenities.

    Present Health Condition of the focused colonies:
    There are persons who are completely cured of leprosy, some who have been undergoing treatment, some who have been suffering from chronic ulcers and need medical dressing on regular basis. The cured persons are people with deformities. They do not have well established toiletry systems, some colonies have drinking water supply through tap system. Some colonies depend on hand pumps. The place where the colonies are situated is low lying areas which are allotted by the government authorities to the leprosy affected persons. Hence during the rainy seasons these colonies will be in a bad shape. Health condition will be a great cause of concern. They depend upon the government primary health centers for their ailments. The health centers are mostly at the center of the towns which were set up to suit to the general public. The colonies are mostly settled at the outskirts of the towns. Thus the inmates will have to travel a long distance to go to govt. dispensaries. Thus the inmates will not like to travel much with the fever and the ailments. Thus the inmates would go for treatment only when the sickness is at an advance stage. Malnutrition among the women and children is also one of the health issues to be taken care of.

    4. Over all problems of the focused people in the Colonies

    Children
    Lack of nutrition for children in the age group of 3 to 14 especially in the colonies
    Children (mostly below 5 ) carried by the parents (who are leprosy cured and whose bodies are deformed) at the time of their begging.
    Children of leprosy cured parents, going to schools, face discrimination among the school children.
    Children (mostly studying from 6th class onwards) are put into hostels for regular education. The parents meet the hostel expenditure of their children by way of begging and other sources of income.
    Health, clothing, nutritive food are causes of concern in the places wherever they stay for want of economical support.
    Lack of opportunity to grow in talents.
    Absence of psycho-social care of children.
    Children suffering from major illness do not have financial support to undergo proper medication.
    Some children do stay with the relatives of leprosy cured parents, and carry on their studies.
    Intellectually weaker children drop out of regular schools and begin to work as child laboureres.
    Most of the children stay in the places of work and get exposed to most of the realities of life.

    Youth
    Lack of proper training in soft skills.
    Absence of opportunities for technical trainings.
    Lack of financial support to youth who would like to begin their own business.

    Women
    Lack of micro credit systems and micro enterprises among the women
    Absence of participation of women in the decision making process in the colonies.
    Women are anemic due to lack of proper intake of food.
    They too experience the common social problems which the women face outside the colonies.

    Men
    Lack of viable source of income.
    Health problems
    Deformities due to leprosy

    Elders
    Completely dependent on the generosity of the known people in the colonies.
    Most of them are widows
    They too go for begging
    Their grown up children who are married and settled are some times near to the colonies. And most of the time far away from the respective colonies in search of means of livelihood.
    Thus the elderly are neglected and uncarred.
    Their health is a big concern
    They are anemic and some of them suffer bone related problems without any proper medication
    Lack of recreation for the elders

    Common Problems:
    Lack of awareness on preventive health matters and on the rights of leprosy affected persons.
    Absence of periodical community based medical check up camps for slum children and women/
    Lack of proper toiletries
    The colonies are not the priority in the plans of the local politicians
    Lack of networking with the local political authorities
    Stigma attached with the dreadful diseases (leprosy) among the general public.
    Housing a big issues: Presently they live in rooms thatched with tin sheets, temporary walls, old banner clothes etc.

    5. Problems to be addressed by the present project (reasons for the present project).
    Children
    • Lack of nutrition for children in the age group of 3 to 6 especially in the colonies
    • Children (mostly below 5 ) carried by the parents to the market places at the time of their begging.
    • Children of leprosy cured parents, going to schools, face discrimination among the school children.
    • Health, clothing, nutritive food are causes of concern in the places wherever they stay for want of economical support.
    • Lack of opportunity to grow in talents. Absence of psycho-social care of children.
    • Children suffering from major illness do not have financial support to undergo proper medication.
    • Some children stay with the relatives of leprosy cured parents, and carry on their studies with minimum support for their studies.
    Youth
    • Lack of proper training in soft skills; Absence of opportunities for technical trainings.
    • Lack of financial support to youth who would like to begin their own business.
    Women
    • Lack of micro credit systems and micro enterprises among the women
    • Absence of participation of women in the decision making process in the colonies.
    • Women are anemic due to lack of proper intake of food.
    Men
    • Lack of micro credit systems and micro enterprises among the women
    • Lack of viable source of income and Health problems
    Elders
    • Completely dependent on the generosity of the known people in the colonies.
    • Lack of income generation programme to support the elders.
    • They are anemic and some of them suffer bone related problems without any proper medication
    • Lack of recreation for the elders and not linked with the government schemes (like widow pension or old age pension
    Common Problems:
    • Lack of awareness on preventive health matters and on the rights of leprosy affected persons.
    • Absence of periodical community based medical check up camps for slum children and women/
    • Lack of proper toiletries and the colonies are not the priority in the plans of the local politicians
    • Lack of networking with the local political authorities and Stigma attached with the dreadful diseases (leprosy) among the general public.
    • Housing a big issues: Presently they live in rooms thatched with tin sheets, temporary walls, old banner clothes etc.

    6. Present Project Objectives for two years
    1. To provide nutrition to the children staying with the leprosy affected parents in the colonies in the age group of eight and below.

    2. To promote right to childhood by discouraging parents from taking the children to the markets at the time of their begging.

    3. To generate awareness on leprosy and related treatment among the school children studying in near by government schools.

    4. To support the children studying in hostels and ensure a benchmark quality education.

    5. To organize children parliament among the children of the focused colonies, to discuss and to highlight the issues of these children before the government.

    6. To partially support children who are suffering from major illness and who are advised to under to major surgeries.

    7. To promote youth development by way of providing technical trainings, soft skill trainings and supporting partially to begin income generation programme.

    8. To promote women development by way of providing skill trainings, soft skill trainings, supporting income generation programme, forming self-help-groups and linking them with banks for loans.

    9. To improve the health condition of women through health awareness and periodical health check up for women to check up their anemic condition together vitamin replacements.

    10. To promote economic entrepreneurship among men to explore various means of income generation and to divert their mind to refrain from begging.

    11. To provide socio economic rehabilitation to the elders in the age of 50 and above, staying in the focused colonies

    12. To form, train, and sustain colony based Action Forum (AF) ; Task Force (TF); federation of action forums (FAF) among the 5 focused colonies to highlight and to tap the government and other resources to ensure better condition of the colonies.

    13. To establish the project implementing team with necessary training in planning, understanding the concept, evaluation and project implementation.

    7. Detailed Presentation of the above mentioned objectives in the form of Result Based Management Methodology (RBM Methodology) with expected Out Put, Out come and Impact, Assumptions, Risk and Steps taken to address the risks at the Objective Level.
    Sector 1: Children
    Objective 1 Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To provide nutrition to the children staying with the leprosy affected parents in the colonies in the age group of five and below.
    Children in the age group of five and below avail of nutritive programmes The children in the age groups do not easily fall sick Health of children ensured That the monitoring, purchase and supply of nutrition well coordinated,
    Records properly maintained consumed by the adults (siblings, parents)
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Distribution of nutritive items in a common place in the presence of the animators.

    Objective 2 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To promote children their right to childhood by discouraging parents from taking the children to the markets at the time of their begging. Children in the age group of eight and below are prevented from going with their parents are know people to the local markets for begging. The children in this age group do not become future beggars. They are ensured their right to their childhood. That the parents and the inmates strictly stand by the demand of the colony federations not to take the children for begging. Any form of breach of the rule of the colonies with regard to taking the children to the markets.
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Strict monitoring by the colonies level animators

    Objective 3 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To generate awareness on importance of removal of stigma attached with leprosy among the school children studying in near by government schools. Children studying in the government schools are given awareness on the removal of stigma attached with the disease. The children in the government schools have removed the wrong conception that they had about the disease. The children of the leprosy affected persons, continue in the regular schools without being disturbed and discriminated Children of leprosy cured persons are ensured their right to education without any discrimination.. That the school authorities allow us to present the awareness to the school children. Lack of permission
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    We have already talked to the schools with regard to this and have received tentative permission.

    Objective 4 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To support the children studying in hostels and ensure a qualitative education.
    Children studying in hostels are supported. children in the hostels are ensured a better care because the payments are done without any delay. Children of the leprosy cured parents perform well and come out well equipped and ready for higher education. Children of leprosy cured persons are ensured their right to education without any discrimination.
    Benchmark quality of education becomes a reality for the focused children.
    That the project will sanction partial payment for the hostel children. Future support after the completion of project is a concern
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    The parents will be helped to start viable income generation programmes.

    Objective 5 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To organize children parliament among the children of the focused colonies, to discuss and to highlight the issues of these children before the government.
    Annual children parliament held A platform for these children is established to demand government’s support for their education, nutrition, maintenance etc. The government is pulled towards the welfare of children of leprosy affected and handicapped persons. That the concept of children parliament among the children of our focused colonies will form as an movement, a networking in the entire northern region.
    That all the colonies support by sending their children for the annual gathering of the children during which rallies, memorandums to the governments, recommendations and deputations will be organized by the children. Non-cooperation by the colonies.
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Discussed this subject to the (5 focused- Haryana) focused colonies covered by the project the colonies which are not directly covered by the project (7 colonies, spread out in Utterpradesh and Punjab).

    Objective 6 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To partially support financially the children who are suffering from major illess nd who are advised to under to major surgeries. Children suffering from major health problems are taken care of in the government hospitals together with the partial support from the project (any out door medical expenditure) Children with major health problems now enjoy good health. The right to health for children of the poor families ensured. That the partial support from the project is sanctioned.
    The parents of the such children also come forward to opt for the suggested operations and surgeries
    Failure of operations/surgeries
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Children will be taken care. The doctors will know that such children are backed up Children Parliament and child rights movements etc.
    Sector 2: Youth
    Objective 7 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To promote youth development by way of providing technical trainings, soft skill trainings and supporting partially to begin income generation programme.

    Youth (both boys and girls) equipped with income fetching skills and are motivated to become entrepreneurs. Youth of leprosy affected parents are now skilled and are earning as professionals.
    High self esteem of the youth is ensured.
    Youth are in a position to take care of their parents who are handicapped. The youth of the leprosy cured parents, are socially, economically rehabilitated.
    They are in a position to take care of their parents in the future. That the youth would come forward to get trained in skill training and begin income generation programme.
    Incase of failure in the business started by the focused youth.
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    The colony based federation in which representatives of men, women, youth and children will be included, will take the responsibility of studying the various business plans of the youth before lending the help.

    Sector 3: Women

    Objective 8 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To promote women development by way of providing skill trainings, soft skill trainings, supporting income generation programme, forming self-help-groups and linking them with banks for loans.
    Women formed into self-help-groups, linked with banks for loan, engaged in individual income generation programme, trained in leadership to take up the common issues to the government authorities etc. Women who are leprosy cured are now skilled and are organized into micro credit groups (self-help-groups)
    Better self esteem of the women is ensured.
    women of the focused colonies are socially, economically rehabilitated.
    They are in a position to take care of their own families. That the women would come forward to get trained in skill training and begin income generation programme.
    Failure from the bankers to give loan to the women groups specially formed among the leprosy cured women.
    Steps taken to address the risks:The colony based federation in which representatives of men, women, youth and children will be included, will give guarantee to the bankers for the proper repayment of the loan by the members of the women groups.

    Objective 9 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To improve the health condition of women through health awareness and periodical health check up for women to check up their anemic condition together vitamin replacements.
    Women health is under observation through periodical vitamine deficiency check up and replacements and awareness programmme on preventive personal and family health.. Women ‘s health condition is improved through appropriate medical check ups and treatment..
    women of the focused colonies are ensured their right to Health..
    They are in a position to take care of their own families. We assume that there will be doctors willing to come to the colonies to check up the women to know their anemic condition Failure to get the doctors into the colonies.
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    If not no doctors willing to come into the colonies for fear of health reasons, the women will be taken to the near by clinics to check up Hemoglobin and to conduct other check ups and for treatment.

    Sector 4: Men

    Objective 10 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To promote economic entrepreneurship among men to explore various means of income generation and to divert their mind to refrain from begging.
    men formed into self-help-groups, linked with banks for loan, engaged in individual income generation programme, trained in leadership to take up the common issues to the government authorities etc. Men who are leprosy cured are now skilled and are organized into micro credit groups (self-help-groups), savings and entreprenures.
    Men of the focused colonies are socially, economically rehabilitated.
    They are in a position to take care of their own families. That the men would come forward to get begin savings in Self-help-groups; .trained in skill training and begin income generation programme goat rearing,fishery,domestic poultry,food product and piggary etc..
    Failure from the bankers to give loan to the women groups specially formed among the leprosy cured men.
    Steps taken to address the risks:The colony based federation in which representatives of men, women, youth and children will be included, will give guarantee to the bankers for the proper repayment of the loan by the members of the men groups.

    Sector 5: Elders/widows

    Objective 11 Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To provide socio economic rehabilitation to the elders in the age of 50 and above, staying in the focused colonies
    Elders in the age group of fifty and above avail of nutritive programmes The elders in the age group have become healthy. Health of elders ensured That the monitoring, purchase and supply of nutrition well coordinated,
    Records properly maintained Misuse of distribution
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Distribution of nutritive items in a common place in the presence of the animators.

    Sector 6: Over all- Colony Based Organizations for Local Participation
    Objective 12 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To form, train, and sustain colony based Action Forum (AF) ; Task Forces(TF) federation of action forums (FAF) among the 5 focused colonies to highlight and to tap the government and other resources to ensure better condition of the colonies.
    5 Action Forum (AF) are established and 30 persons are brought into Action Forums
    5 Task Forces(TF) are also established
    Federation of Action Forums (FAF) is also established in which 150 volunteers are united for the over all State level movements and approach Colony based people organizations are built up for the success of the project implementation and to progress towards a sustainable development.
    Colonies are networked with the government resources
    For improving housing conditions, toiletry conditions, sanitation facilities
    The level of participation of the beneficiaries ensures at every step of project planning, evaluation and implementation The colonies do not live in isolation but well in the eyes of the government authorities. That the federations are recognized by the local government departments.
    The deputations are properly planned and guided Difference of opinion among the federation
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Major decisions will be taken by the taskforce selected by the federation members facilitated by the project coordinator.

    Objective 13 Expected Out put Expected Out Come Expected Impact Assumption Risks
    To establish the project implementing team with necessary training in planning, understanding the concept, evaluation and project implementation.
    The project team will consist of

    On payment basis
    One Project Director
    Five Coordinators for 10 colonies
    Five animators for five colonies
    One Documentation officer, at office
    One office assistant cum receptionist at office.
    On voluntary basis
    The members of colony level Action Forum (AF)- 30 volunteers

    The Task Force Members(TF)- 8 members from within the members of Action Forum

    The members of Federation of action forums at the macro level action plans – 150 volunteers. A project implementing team is built and trained for the smooth implementation of the project.

    Periodical training programme organized.

    The beneficiaries are very much part of the project formulation and decision making and implementing.
    A sustainable process of development is initiated for the welfare of the leprosy cured persons in self settle colonies.
    That we get dedicated staff

    That we get the full collaboration of the volunteers Unavailability of social work professionals to work among the leprosy cured persons
    Steps taken to address the risks:

    The coordinators will be having PG in social science and animators will be mostly from the respective colonies.
    4 two-days training progrramme will be held for the paid project staff (13 staff)
    12 one-day evaluation and planning will take place

    8. Project Activities flowing from the above mentioned project Objectives.

    Project Objectives Activity code Project Activities

    Objective 1: To provide nutrition to the children staying with the leprosy affected parents in the colonies in the age group of five and below.
    1 Supplying milk (100gm) every day for children below five years.

    Objective 2.To promote children their right to childhood by discouraging parents from taking the children to the markets at the time of their begging.
    2 Running balwadies for children below 5 years

    3 Equipping the Balwadies with play materials, mats, writing materials

    4 Project animators will be identified and trained s

    Objective 3.
    To generate awareness on importance of removal of stigma attached with leprosy among the school children studying in near by government schools.
    5 Class wise awareness programme in government schools which are near by the colonies

    6 Exposure (solidarity day celebration with the colony people) by the school children. visits for the school children to the leprosy colonies

    7 The programme coordinator will organize this programme with the colony level action forum.

    Project Objectives Activity no. Project Activities
    Objective 4: To support the children studying in hostels and ensure a benchmark quality education.
    8 Paying the boarding and lodging fees for the children of leprosy cured parents studying in hostels.
    10 children from each colony x 5 colonies = 50 children @ Rs. 500 per month = 3,00,000.

    9 Meeting the partial payment of school fees for the children studying in the hostel
    10 children from each colony x 5 colonies = 50 children @ Rs. 5000 per year = 2,50,000.

    10 Providing Study materials
    10 children from each colony x 5 colonies = 50 children @ Rs. 500 per year = 25,000.

    11 Necessary clothing and toiletry items
    10 children from each colony x 5 colonies = 50 children @ Rs. 300 per month = 1,80,000.

    Objective 5: To organize children parliament among the children of the focused colonies, to discuss and to highlight the issues of these children before the government.
    12 Formation of children groups in the colonies in the age group of 5 to 10

    13 Their monthly meetings to focus on understanding of child rights and duties.

    14 Annual gathering of children from the colonies for celebrating children’s day during which children parliament will be held and the problems of children of leprosy cured parents will be highlighted.

    15 Three days residential camp for children from the age groups 10 to 15

    Project Objectives Activity no. Project Activities
    Objective 6 :To partially support financially the children who are suffering from major illess and who are advised to under to major surgeries.
    16 To Identify the children of leprosy cured parents of who need major surgeries and do the referral services

    17 To meet the out door medical expenditure (other than inside hospital expenditure) of these children.
    Objective 7: To promote youth development by way of providing technical trainings, soft skill trainings and supporting partially to begin income generation programme.
    18 Technical trainings to youth of the colonies.

    19 One year diploma in two wheeler mechanic, four wheeler mechanic,
    Electrician, electronics, welding, Home appliances

    20 Residential training programme for the youth in soft skills

    21 Support to youth to begin income generation programme

    22 Formation of youth groups , leading them through actions plans for the welfare of the colonies.

    23 Beginning of welfare programme fund for the colonies- mere savings of youth for funds

    Project Objectives Activity no. Project Activities
    Objective 8: To promote women development by way of providing skill trainings, soft skill trainings, supporting income generation programme forming self-help-groups and linking them with banks for loans.
    24 Formation of women self-help-groups

    25 Training of group representatives in book keeping

    26 Leadership training programme for the leadrs of SHG

    27 Internal auditing of SHG before linkage with the Banks for loan

    28 Weekly monitoring of the Groups

    29 Women’s Day celebration both at colonies and at all colonies (5 focused colonies) level
    30 Skill Training for women in leather related work, tailoring
    31 Support to women entrepreneurs in goat rearing, petty business like petty shops, sales clothes etc
    Objective 9: To improve the health condition of women through health awareness and periodical health check up for women to check up their anemic condition together vitamin replacements. 32 Medical check up for women once in three months with proper medication
    33 Monthly health awareness to the SHG women on various health matters.

    34 Celebration of world health day in the respective colonies

    Project Objectives Activity no. Project Activities
    Objective 10: To promote economic entrepreneurship among men to explore various means of income generation and to divert their mind to refrain from begging.

    35 Formation of men self-help-groups
    36 Training of group representatives in book keeping
    37 Leadership training programme for the leaders of men SHG
    38 Internal auditing of SHG before linkage with the Banks for loan
    39 Weekly monitoring of the Groups
    40 Skill Training for men in leather related work, tailoring
    41 Support to men entrepreneurs in goat rearing, petty business like petty shops, sales clothes etc
    Objective 11: To provide socio economic rehabilitation to the elders in the age of 50 and above, staying in the focused colonies
    42 Conducting 5 community based Care centers for the elders.

    43 The senior citizens daily spend three hours in the centers and are engaged in singing, dancing, sharing news, occupied in preparing indoor games, individual counseling . with Tiffin daily. The elders are divided into smaller groups for better attention.

    44 Giving priority to health care of the elders in the colonies through monthly medical care and treatment.

    45 Organizing picnics for the elders twice a year.

    46 Facilitating the senior citizens to get their old age pension/widow pension.

    47 Conducting sports day once a year

    48 Celebration of Elders Day once a year and providing winter clothes for the elders once in a year

    Project Objectives Activity code Project Activities
    Objective 12 : To form, train, and sustain colony based Action Forum (AF) ; Task Force (TF); federation of action forums (FAF) among the 5 focused colonies to highlight and to tap the government and other resources to ensure better condition of the colonies.

    49 Formation of colony level Action Forum (AF)

    50 Formation of Task Force (TF)at every colony . Task force meet and draw the agenda for the action forum meetings etc.

    51 Training for colony level action forum members

    52 Monthly meetings of colony level action forums to plan and evaluate the implementation of the project activities.

    53 Formation of federation of action forums (FAF) from all the 5 focused colonies.

    54 Federation meetings once in 6 months to evaluate the implementation of the project.

    55 Colony level action forums are linked with the local government bodies for improving the better sanitation and taping local government resources, with the banks for loans,
    some industries to develop income generation business .
    56 To organized deputations to the respective government offices for various needs and issues.
    Objective 13: To establish the project implementing team with necessary training in planning, understanding the concept, evaluation and project implementation.
    57 Appointing the staff in the project team and
    One Project Director; One programme coordinator; Five animators for five colonies
    One Documentation officer, at office; One office assistant cum receptionist at office.
    58 Monthly planning and evaluation of the project implementation at the MSFS coordination office
    59 Training programme in community development, communication skills, social analysis, planning, evaluation, documentation, reporting, rapportiering etc. four times a year.
    60 Taking care of the administrative expenses.

    9. Details of Present Project Activities ( based on RBM, methodology) and their out put and Indicators, out come and indicators and Impact indicators, assumptions, risks and means of verifications
    Objective 1: To provide nutrition to the children staying with the leprosy affected parents in the colonies in the age group of five and below.
    Activities Out put and Indicators Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and Indicator Assumption Risks
    Supplying milk (100gm) every day for children below five years. 30 days x 15 children x 5 colonies x Rs. 5 per day are supplied milk every day The children in the age group five and below do not easily fall sick:
    The level of nutrition cheeked every month and recorded Health of children ensured
    Percentage of children showing improvement in health That the monitoring, purchase and supply of nutrition well coordinated,
    Records properly maintained consumed by the adults (siblings, parents)
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Distribution of nutritive items in a common place in the presence of the animators.
    Means of verification
    Records
    attendance

    Objective 2: To promote children their right to childhood by discouraging parents from taking the children to the markets at the time of their begging.
    Expected Out put and indicator Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and indicator Assumption Risks
    Running balwadies for children below 5 years
    5 balwadies run The children in this age group are given different orientation than accompanying their parents in begging.

    The level of participation of the parents of the children in the balwadi programme

    The attendance of children will help us to measure the programme

    The environmental condition of the balwadies. They are ensured their right to their childhood.
    Percentage of children availing balwadi programme. That the parents and the inmates strictly stand by the demand of the colony federations not to take the children for begging. Any form of breach of the rule of the colonies with regard to taking the children to the markets.
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Strict monitoring by the colonies level animators
    Equipping the Balwadies with play materials, mats 5 balwadies will be equipped once during the project period (two years)

    Means of verification
    Attendance maintained at the balwadies

    Details of noon meals provided to the children

    Feed back of the parents on the quality of balwadi programme
    Identifying and training animators Each balwadi will be looked after by the project animators. Thus there will he 5 project animators appointed

    Objective 3 : To generate awareness on importance of removal of stigma attached with leprosy among the school children studying in near by government schools.
    Activities Expected Out put
    And indicator Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and indicator Assumption Risks
    Class wise awareness programme in government schools which are near by the colonies
    Children studying in the government schools are given awareness on the disease. They are also brought into the colonies to show he realities and to help them to remove the misconceptions of the affected people and feed in to their hearts a spirit of solidarity

    3 schools x 5 colonies x 1000 children in a school = 15000 school children will be reached to in two years time The children in the government schools have removed the wrong conception that they had about the disease.

    The children of the leprosy affected persons, continue in the regular schools without being disturbed and discriminated

    The level of awareness among the school going children will be measured
    Children of leprosy cured persons are ensured their right to education without any discrimination..
    Percentage of school going children participated in the solidarity programme organized That the school authorities allow us to present the awareness to the school children. Lack of permission

    Exposure (solidarity day celebration with the colony people) by the school children. visits for the school children to the leprosy colonies
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    We have already talked to the schools with regard to this and received tentative permission

    The programme coordinator will take the responsibility of arranging this programme with the help of colony level action forum.

    Objective 4: To support the children studying in hostels and ensure a benchmark quality education.

    Activities Expected Out put and indicators Expected Out Come and indicators Expected Impact and indicators Assumption Risks
    Paying the boarding and lodging fees for the children of leprosy cured parents studying in hostels.

    @ Rs. 500 per month = 3,00,000. Children studying in hostels are supported.

    Indicator
    10 children from each colony x 5 colonies = 50 children

    children in the hostels are ensured a better care because the payments are done without any delay.

    The performance of Children of the leprosy cured parents in the hostels. Children of leprosy cured persons are ensured their right to education without any discrimination.
    Benchmark quality of education becomes a reality for the focused children.
    That the project will sanction partial payment for the hostel children. Future support after the completion of project is a concern
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    The parents will be helped to start viable income generation programmes.
    Meeting the partial payment of school fees for the children studying in the hostel

    Providing Study materials

    Means of verification:
    Letters from school principles about the performance of the children.

    Necessary clothing and toiletry items

    Objective 5: To organize children parliament among the children of the focused colonies, to discuss and to highlight the issues of these children before the government.
    Activities Expected Out put and indicator Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and indicator Assumption Risks
    Formation of children groups in the colonies in the age group of 5 to 10 Children groups formed
    5 groups x 20 children in each groups = 100 children will be reached to. A platform for these children is established to demand government’s support for their education, nutrition, maintenance etc.

    Children groups are formed

    Residential camp organized The government is pulled towards the welfare of children of leprosy affected and handicapped persons.

    A benchmark quality of life is ensured. That the concept of children parliament among the children of our focused colonies will form as an movement, a networking in the entire northern region.
    That all the colonies support by sending their children for the annual gathering of the children during which rallies, memorandums to the governments, recommendations and deputations will be organized by the children. Non-cooperation by the colonies.
    Their monthly meetings to focus on understanding of child rights and duties. Monthly meetings held for these children and classes on child rights and duties conducted
    100 children covered Steps taken to address the risks:
    Discussed this subject to the (5 focused- Haryana) focused colonies covered by the project the colonies which are not directly covered by the project (7 colonies, spread out in Utterpradesh and Punjab).

    Means of verification:
    Copies of recommendations submitted to government,

    Report of children’s parliament

    Reports of residential camp for children,

    Photographs of all the programe
    Annual gathering of children from the colonies for celebrating children’s day during which children parliament will be held and the problems of children of leprosy cured parents will be highlighted. Annual children parliament held

    250 children will participated in the children parliament.

    The school going children who are part of the solidarity programme will also join the children’s day celebration
    Three days residential camp for children from the age groups 10 to 15 50 children in the age group of 10 to 15 will under go a three days summer vacation camp

    Objective 6 :To partially support financially the children who are suffering from major illess nd who are advised to under to major surgeries.

    Activities Expected Out put and indicator Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and indicator Assumption Risks

    To Identify the children of leprosy cured parents of who need major surgeries and do the referral services
    Children suffering from major health problems are taken care of in the government hospitals together with the partial support from the project (any out door medical expenditure)

    5 children every year
    Children with major health problems now enjoy good health.

    Sharing by the children who have underwent medical treatment. The right to health for children of the poor families ensured. That the partial support from the project is sanctioned.
    The parents of the such children also come forward to opt for the suggested operations and surgeries
    Failure of operations/surgeries
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    Children will be taken care. The doctors will know that such children are backed up Children Parliament and child rights movements etc.
    The colony level federations will decide upon the mode of support.

    To meet the out door medical expenditure (other than inside hospital expenditure) of these children.
    Means of verification
    Records of children treated
    Reports by the doctors

    Objective 7: To promote youth development by way of providing technical trainings, soft skill trainings and supporting partially to begin income generation programme.
    Activities: Expected Out put and indicator Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and indicator Assumption Risks
    Technical trainings to youth of the colonies.
    One year diploma in two wheeler mechanic, four wheeler mechanic,
    Electrician, electronics, welding, Home appliances Youth (both boys and girls) equipped with income fetching skills and are motivated to become entrepreneurs.

    20 youth would get trained in technical skills one year time.

    40 youth (20 boys and 20 girls) will under to a three-days residential camp every year.

    10 youth groups will be formed in 5 colonies (5 youth girls and 5 youth boys)

    10 youth will be helped to begin micro enterprises every year.
    Youth of leprosy affected parents are now skilled and are earning as professionals.
    High self esteem of the youth is ensured.
    Youth are in a position to take care of their parents who are handicapped. The youth of the leprosy cured parents, are socially, economically rehabilitated.
    They are in a position to take care of their parents in the future. That the youth would come forward to get trained in skill training and begin income generation programme.
    Incase of failure in the business started by the focused youth.
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    The colony based federation in which representatives of men, women, youth and children will be included, will take the responsibility of studying the various business plans of the youth before lending the help.
    Residential training programme for the youth in soft skills

    Support to youth to begin income generation programme

    Formation of youth groups , leading them through actions plans for the welfare of the colonies.
    Beginning of welfare programme fund for the colonies- mere savings of youth for funds

    Objective 8: To promote women development by way of providing skill trainings, soft skill trainings, supporting income
    generation programme forming self-help-groups and linking them with banks for loans.
    Activities Expected Out put and indicator Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and indicator Assumption Risks
    Formation of women self-help-groups 3 SHGS in colony x 5 focused colonies =15 SHGs with 45 women in a colony x 5 colonies = 225 women reached to through SHGs, training in to book keeping etc. Women who are leprosy cured are now organized into micro credit systems, linked with banks, skilled and have become entrepreneurs

    Better self esteem of the women is ensured.
    women of the focused colonies are socially, economically rehabilitated.
    They are in a position to take care of their own families.

    Women’s and the people in colonies have changed their mind set from charity to That the women would come forward to get trained in skill training and begin income generation programme.
    Failure from the bankers to give loan to the women groups specially formed among the leprosy cured women.
    Training of group representatives in book keeping
    Steps taken to address the risks:

    The colony based federation in which representatives of men, women, youth and children will be included, will give guarantee to the bankers for the proper repayment of the loan by the members of the women groups.
    Means of Verification:

    Leadership training programme for the leadrs of SHG 9 women leaders x 5 colonies = 45 women leaders reached
    Internal auditing of SHG before linkage with the Banks for loan
    15 SHGs
    Weekly monitoring of the Groups
    Women’s Day celebration both at colonies and at all colonies (5 focused colonies) level Once in a year
    225 women
    Skill Training for women in leather related work, tailoring Training in tailoring
    4 batches in two years time (20 women in a batch) for tailoring.

    Leather work training
    4 batches in two years time (20 women in a batch) for tailoring.
    Support to women entreprenures in goat rearing, petty business like petty shops, sales clothes etc 50 women x 2years = 100 women entreprenures

    Objective 9: To improve the health condition of women through health awareness and periodical health check up for women to check up their anemic condition together vitamin replacements.
    Activities Expected Out put and indicator Expected Out Come and indicator Expected Impact and indicator Assumption Risks
    Medical check up for women once in three months with proper medication 4 medical check up camps held in a year

    225 women covered once in three months Women health is under observation through periodical vitamin deficiency check up and replacements

    And awareness programmme on preventive personal and family health..

    Women‘s health condition is improved through appropriate medical check ups and treatment..

    Level of health enjoyed by the women would be measured through check up. women of the focused colonies are ensured their right to Health..

    They are in a position to take care of their own families.

    Percentage of women enjoying good health. We assume that there will be doctors willing to come to the colonies to check up the women to know their anemic condition Failure to get the doctors into the colonies.
    Monthly health awareness to the SHG women on various health matters. 12 health awareness for women held.

    225 women covered
    Steps taken to address the risks:
    If not no doctors willing to come into the colonies for fear of health reasons, the women will be taken to the near by clinics to check up Hemoglobin and to conduct other check ups and for treatment.
    Celebration of world health day in the respective colonies Health day observed once a year during which common health issues talked about, government and private health department visit the colonies.
    Means of verification:

    Name list of women who have undergone medical check up with the signature of medical officer.

    Topics of health topics covered as part of the health awareness.

    Reports of celebrations of world health day in the colonies.
    Photographs.

    Objective 10: To promote economic entrepreneurship among men to explore various means of income generation and to
    divert their mind to refrain from begging.

    Activities Expected Out put and indicator Expected Out Come
    And indicator Expected Impact
    And indicator Assumption Risks
    Formation of men self-help-groups
    Training of group representatives in book keeping 3 men SHG in a colony with 15 men in a SHG = 225 men covered Men who are leprosy cured are now skilled and are organized into micro credit groups (self-help-groups), savings and entrepreneurs.
    Men formed into self-help-groups, linked with banks for loan, engaged in individual income generation programme, trained in leadership to take up the common issues to the government authorities etc.
    The level of their living measured with their income. Men of the focused colonies are socially, economically rehabilitated.
    They are in a position to take care of their own families. That the men would come forward to get begin savings in Self-help-groups; .trained in skill training and begin income generation programme.
    change in the mind set of men interms of development from being dependency in begging. Failure from the bankers to give loan to the women groups specially formed among the leprosy cured men.
    Steps taken to address the risks:The colony based federation in which representatives of men, women, youth and children will be included, will give guarantee to the bankers for the proper repayment of the loan by the members of the men groups.
    Leadership training programme for the leaders of men SHG 45 leaders will be trained in leadership
    Internal auditing of SHG before linkage with the Banks for loan 15 Men SHG monitored weekly
    Means of verification.
    SHG details
    Bank linkage details
    Training reports
    Photographs

    Feed back and sharing by the beneficiaries.
    Weekly monitoring of the Groups
    Skill Training for men in leather related work, tailoring 100 men to be trained in income fetching skills in two years
    Support to men entrepreneurs in goat rearing, petty business like petty shops, sales clothes etc 100 men to be helped in two years time

    Objective 11: To provide socio economic rehabilitation to the elders in the age of 50 and above, staying in the focused colonies

    Activities Expected Out put and indicators Expected Out Come and indicators Expected Impact and indicators Assumption Risks
    Conducting 5 community based Care centers for the elders.
    Elders in the age group of fifty and above are concentrated through these actives.
    The elders are formed in to elders groups, they will spend the time together in the evening hours, they will be led through various ventilating therapies ( dancing, singing, playing etc)
    40 elders in a colony would be covered x 5 colonies = 200 elders will be reached to.
    Medical camps and medication is held for the elders. The elders in the age group have become healthy.
    Elders’ health condition is improved through appropriate ventilating exercises
    Their rights are ensured through celebration of elders’ day every year.
    Have better means of ventilating their stress and recreation
    Elders’ health condition is improved through appropriate medical check ups and treatment..
    Health of elders ensured
    Better lives ensured.
    Elders of the focused colonies are ensured their right to Health..
    Elders of the focused colonies are ensured their right to recreation.

    That the monitoring, purchase and supply of nutrition well coordinated,
    Records properly maintained
    We assume that there will be doctors willing to come to the colonies to check up the women to know their anemic condition
    There is a common place for them to gather every day

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