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Urban Health Resource Centre

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Cause Category:
Health
Telephone:
011-26199771
Website:
www.uhrc.in
Address: 136, Humayunpur, First Floor, Safdarjung Enclave
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Aligned to the following Sustainable Development Goals

Who We Are

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Our Fundraisers

Kabir Agarwal

Change Investor
` 506100
of ` 150000
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Satish Chandra Agarwala

Change Investor
` 502900
of ` 150000
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Siddharth Agarwal

Change Investor
` 502000
of ` 500000
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Kuntal Agarwal

Change Investor
` 501000
of ` 150000
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UHRC Team

Change Maker
` 184000
of ` 500000
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Deepti Rana

Change Maker
` 152001
of ` 150000
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Anjali Narvariya

Fundraiser Silver
` 75000
of ` 50000
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Saloni Sharma

Fundraiser Silver
` 75000
of ` 50000
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Lucky Parmar

Fundraiser Silver
` 75000
of ` 50000
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Anand Sharma

Fundraiser Silver
` 75000
of ` 50000
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Uday Prajapat

Fundraiser Silver
` 75000
of ` 50000
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Roshan Manawat

Fundraiser Silver
` 74000
of ` 50000
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Priyanshu Tripathi

Fundraiser Silver
` 74000
of ` 50000
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Shikha Gupta

Fundraiser Silver
` 74000
of ` 50000
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Rohit Parihar

Fundraiser Silver
` 74000
of ` 50000
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Fund Utilization in 2019

Total funds raised in 2019 - INR 1650000

Project NameBuilding capacity of slum women’s groups to negotiate for civic services
Amount Utilized (INR)700000
Project DescriptionMotivation during periodic meetings of slum women’s groups, capacity building sessions to write community petitions, submit them to concerned department, obtain a receipt, keep copies of petitions and reminders submitted. They were also motivated and trained to approach authorities in-person and express their community’s needs.
Continuous efforts including hand-holding support help in building confidence among slum women and they are able improve their capacity to negotiate with services.
LocationsIndore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP)
CausesEnvironment > Waste management &Clean up
Beneficiary GroupChildren,Women,Elderly,Others
Beneficiary DescriptionChildren particularity of school going age group were benefited - about 35,000 Women working in factories, establishments, selling wares on streets and other women - about 30,000 Men working in factories, general wage labourers, street vendors - about 35,000 Elderly engaged in community groups, social activities - abut 4000
Impacti) Slum lanes were paved benefiting about 60,000 population in Indore and Agra. Ii) About 35,000 slum population benefited from community water supply installed Municipal Corporation by way of bore-wells and supplemented in summers by water tankers in Indore and Agra; iii) improved regularity in cleaning of garbage benefited 32,000 population in Indore and Agra; iv) Sewerage system was laid benefiting population about 20,000 slum population in Indore and Agra.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Capacity building sessions with members of slum women's groups 70
2 Motivation during periodic women's group meetings and cluster meetings
3 Hand-holding support in writing community petitions, submitting these to concerned authorities
Project NameImproving reach of healthcare to slum populations
Amount Utilized (INR)380000
Project DescriptionThis component of the organisation's efforts are aimed at facilitating women's group managed maternal and child health outreach sessions in slums by government health dept. functionaries (ANMS, AWWs).
This was effort was undertaken through the following input: Women’s group members are trained in i) appropriate maternal, infant and child healthcare; ii) the functioning of the health department’s primary care system, iii) health department's outreach healthcare system; iv) government and private charitable hospitals, what the costs are and how to ensure smooth access to services free of cost at government hospitals and at modest cost in private hospitals
LocationsIndore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP)
CausesHealth > Preventive healthcare
Beneficiary GroupChildren,Women
Beneficiary DescriptionInfants and children - about 25000 Pregnant women - about 15,000 Other women - abut 10,000
ImpactThe regularity of outreach sessions by government field-level functionaries (ANMs, Anganwadi workers, Helpers) was regular (about 10 times in a year) in 30 slums in Indore and Agra benefiting about 120000 slum, similarly vulnerable informal settlement population.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Capacity building sessions with members of slum women's groups on healthcare 35
2 Gentle persuasion with health department and Dept. of women and child development field functionaries (ANMs, AWW, Anganwadi helper)
3 Gentle persuasion and positive reinforcement to medical officers and supervisors of department of women and child development to appreciate their efforts to respond to the health needs of slum populations
Project NamePromoting healthy behaviours to prevent illness and promote nutrition and health
Amount Utilized (INR)250000
Project DescriptionThis component of the organisation's efforts are aimed at motivating slum women, families, children
to adopt healthy practices such as washing hands with soap and water after passing stools, before
eating, before feeding child, before cooking, eating protein and iron rich foods, covering food,
This effort was undertaken through the following input: i) nutrition demonstration sessions with
sprouted, cooked black gram and spouted cooked peas, and with dry roasted black gram, peanuts and
puffed rice Mixture; ii) hand-washing demonstration sessions in slums clusters involving basti
children as motivators and demonstrators using soap and water; iii) Women’s group members are
trained to motivate other families in their slum to a) approach ANM or nearby health centre for
check-up and vaccination of babies and children and pregnant mothers; b) build low cost toilet and
connect to sewer line; c) wash hands with soap and water after toilet, before feeding baby or child, before
cooking, d) keep food at elevated place in house and keep it covered to prevent flies from sitting on and infecting food; e) segregate wet and dry garbage
LocationsAgra > Uttar Pradesh (UP),Indore > Madhya Pradesh (MP)
CausesHealth > Preventive healthcare
Beneficiary GroupChildren,Women,Elderly,Others
Beneficiary DescriptionChildren - about 40,000 Women and girls - about 50,000 Elderly - about 10,000 Men - about 50,000
ImpactPractice of washing hands with soap and water has increased; vaccination of babies, children, pregnant mothers has increased, more slum households are constructing toilets in program slum populations in Indore and Agra.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Capacity building sessions with members of slum women's groups on promoting health and nutrition practices at household level 30
2 Hand-washing demonstrations in slum clusters 6
3 Motivation to construct toilets
Project NameMotivation and stimulation of basti children
Amount Utilized (INR)320000
Project DescriptionSessions with children’s groups were conducted to i) build confidence through performing group songs on themes such as pursuing education, jeetenge hum har baazi, in market places near the slums, at main cross-roads in the city, ii) help them overcome the fear of performing in public and further gain confidence and expressiveness through learning street plays on subjects relevant to human life such as keeping environment clean, hope and rights; iii) encourage uninterrupted school education; iv) book reading sessions were also conducted.
LocationsIndore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP)
CausesEducation > Education scholarships
Beneficiary GroupChildren
Beneficiary DescriptionChildren - over 500
Impact28 children's groups with 10 to 12 members in each group are active in Indore and Agra. The members of children's groups are a source of strength and solidarity to each other. They encourage group members and other children in their bastis to ensure their uninterrupted education. They also encourage each other to participate in activities mentioned below so they can all gain confidence and feel motivated. Over 400 children who had not applied for scholarships or who’s scholarship applications had not succeeded were helped to apply with requisite documentation.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Group sessions to help them weave group songs on invigorating themes 5
2 Guiding and training them through practice and rehearsal sessions for street plays 8
3 Motivation sessions to overcome challenges and ensure uninterrupted education
4 Hand held support to apply for scholarships
5 Geography sessions in slums using large display map and small maps 8

Fund Utilization in 2018

Total funds raised in 2018 - INR 1012234

Project NameMotivation and stimulation of basti children
Amount Utilized (INR)209234
Project DescriptionSessions with children’s groups were conducted to i) build confidence through performing group songs on themes such as pursuing education, jeetenge hum har baazi, in market places near the slums, at main cross-roads in the city, ii) help them overcome the fear of performing in public and further gain confidence and expressiveness through learning street plays on subjects relevant to human life such as keeping environment clean, hope and rights; iii) encourage uninterrupted school education; iv) book reading sessions were also conducted.
LocationsIndore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP)
CausesEducation > Education Scholarships
ImpactImpact
30 children's groups with 10 to 12 members in each group are active in Indore and Agra. The members of children's groups are a source of strength and solidarity to each other. They encourage group members and other children in their bastis to ensure their uninterrupted education. They also encourage each other to participate in activities mentioned below so they can all gain confidence and feel motivated.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Group sessions to help them weave group songs on invigorating themes 6
2 Guiding and training them through practice and rehearsal sessions for street plays 4
3 Motivation sessions to overcome challenges and ensure uninterrupted education 6
4 Book reading sessions in slums in homes of one of the group members 5
5 Samellan for opportunities for team work, planning, stage performances 1
Project NameBuilding capacity of slum women’s groups to negotiate for civic services
Amount Utilized (INR)510000
Project DescriptionMotivation during periodic meetings of slum women’s groups, capacity building sessions to write community petitions, submit them to concerned department, obtain a receipt, keep copies of petitions and reminders submitted. They were also motivated and trained to approach authorities in-person and express their community’s needs.
Continuous efforts including hand-holding support help in building confidence among slum women and they are able improve their capacity to negotiate with services.
LocationsIndore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP)
CausesEnvironment > Awareness & Advocacy
Impacti) Slum lanes were paved benefitting about 60,000 population in Indore and Agra. Ii) About 32,000 slum population benefited from community water supply installed Municipal Corporation by way of bore-wells and supplemented in summers by water tankers in Indore and Agra; iii) improved regularity in cleaning of garbage benefited 30,000 population in Indore and Agra; iv) Sewerage system was laid benefitting population about 10,000 slum population in Indore and Agra.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Capacity building and motivation sessions with slum reidents 55
Project NameImproving reach of healthcare to slum populations
Amount Utilized (INR)293000
Project DescriptionFacilitating women's group managed maternal and child health outreach sessions in slums by government health dept. functionaries (ANMS, LHV); I)Women’s group members are trained in appropriate maternal, infant and child healthcare; ii) the functioning of the health department’s primary care system, iii) outreach healthcare system; iv) government and private charitable hospitals, what the costs are and how to ensure smooth access to services free of cost at government hospitals and at modest cost in private hospitals.
LocationsIndore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP)
CausesHealth > Maternal & Child Health
ImpactOutreach sessions by government paramedical workers (ANMs, Accredited Social Health Activists, and Anganwadi workers) were held about 10 months during the year in 20 locations in Indore and 15 locations in Agra serving about 60000 women and children.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Capacity building sessions with members of slum women's groups on healthcare 20
2 Gentle persuasion with health department and Dept. of women and child development field functionaries (ANMs, AWW, Anganwadi helper) 10
3 Gentle persuasion and positive reinforcement to medical officers and supervisors of department of women and child development to appreciate their efforts to respond to the health needs of slum populations 2
` 3025001 of ` 2500000
Raised by 130 contributors.
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