Presentation on theme: "The 11th Five Year Plan The Working Groups Recommendations."— Presentation transcript:
The 11th Five Year Plan The Working Groups Recommendations
Some Important Measures are: 1. NON-NEGOTIABLE RECOMMENDATIONS IN THE AREAS OF: ICDS AND Nutrition Early Childhood Education Child Protection Girl Child
2. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES (INCLUDING WATER & SANITATION): Access to clean drinking water will need to be planned for and rigorously implemented and be suitably redesigned and operationalized Explore replicating on a large scale the experience of Sulabh Shauchalaya of establishing low-cost sanitation technology. Introduce environmental sanitation in all schools in the rural areas/urban slums etc.
2. PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES (INCLUDING WATER & SANITATION): Distribution of key micronutrients and addressing the problem of nutrition and anemia among women and children. Building up an effective health system capacity so as to clearly focus on important health outcomes spelt out in National Health Policy 2002. The outputs to be achieved and outcomes projected to be in line with the Millennium Development Goals.
3. POLICY MEASURES AND STRATEGIES FOR ADDRESSING PROBLEMS OF SLUMS Creating and updating database on slums (through using Geographic Information System Slum improvement in the context of 74th CAA. Participation process to include communities, civil societies and elected representatives. Augmenting and facilitating access to serviced land for slum dwellers Granting Tenure Security for Slum Dwellers
4. EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN Important Thrust areas for the Eleventh plan: Nutrition and gender Emphasis will be on provision of adequate supplementary nutrition and micro nutrient supplements Health and gender Use life cycle approach, strengthen institutional deliveries, capacitate health staff and make health centers operational, address high rate of MMR.
4. EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN Important Thrust areas for the Eleventh plan: Vulnerable groups Special attention will be paid to: Women impacted by Violence Women impacted by internal displacement, disasters and Migration Women and Labour (domestic labour, destitute women who are homeless) Women and Health( women affected by HIV/ AIDS, women suffering from life threatening diseases, women with disabilities, elderly and aged women) Slum Dwellers Single women (Adolescents, widows, Divorcees) Transforming SHGs to community based organizations Such collectivization can enable them to operate on a bigger scale and can truly come up as poor peoples institutions. They would also be in a position to shift from micro credit to larger credit facilities offered by banking institutions and thus will come into their own as a formidable economic force.
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