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1 Satara Zilla Parishad , Satara
Community score card Department of Integrated Child Development Scheme ( ICDS ) Satara Zilla Parishad , Satara

2 Community score card project of ICDS Department ZP Satara
With the background experience of CSC conducted jointly by ZP Satara, TISS and World bank in 14 villages Zilla Parishad, Satara, decided to conduct similar exercise for ICDS services in 41 villages. 18 villages of primary health center, Thoseghar located in hilly area. 21 villages of primary health centre, Limb located in plain area.

3 Task group A task group consisting of 62 employees and 21 officers participated in the training workshop followed by the field exercise. The participants included: Medical officers, Child development project officers, Block development officers, Block education officers, Supervisory officers of health education Panchayat, agriculture and ICDS .

4 Workshop and field exercise
One day training workshop was organized on 15 sep.2006 to orient the task group about CSC methodology. Resource persons from TISS Shri Santoshkumar and World Bank state coordinator JVR Murty. Actual field exercise was done on 17 sep.06 in selected 41 villages, falling under two PHCs.

5 Major components of CSC
Publicity of CSC in the village Input tracking: information regarding services provided through ICDS. Facilitation though supervisory staff. Review of present service status through discussion with community. Identification of issues. Community score. Service providers’ self score Interface meeting. Documentation. Suggestions for improvement. Action plans.

6 Services rendered under ICDS
Pre school Non formal Education Medical Checkup of children & ANC. Referral Services. Immunization of children and ANC. Supplementary food. Health Education for children mothers and adolescent girls.

7 Markings in some villages Village Marks Obt/Total Percentage Self score Comm. score Comm. 1 Chikhali 163/200 144/200 82 72 2 Jambhe 170/200 161/200 85 80 3 Vade 138/200 146/200 69 73 4 Renawale 160/200 150/200 75

8 Common Specific Problems and Solutions
Who to solve When How Buildings Government Not decided MLA,MP funds, using extra school rooms. Toilets Government District admn One year Through Total sanitation program. Weighing machines From EC, NRHM grants and ICDS commissioner Electricity Community 2 months Community to make available if necessary. Stove repair and availability of kerosene 15 days The self help group to provide for it.

9 When How Who Poor turnout of parents for Counseling Community 15 days
 Problem Who How Poor turnout of parents for Counseling  Community 15 days Community to ensure. No information on Vit.A & Deworming District admn 2 months IEC by Health & ICDS ANC not Coming for supplementary food Adolescent girls not getting health education IEC by Health & ICDS with help of SHG groups Supp. Food not properly cooked When Self help groups to cook food and Community to monitor quality

10 How Problem Who to solve When Malnutrition awareness poor community
1 month IEC by Health & ICDS ANC immunization missed due to migration District admn ANC cards for follow up and treatment all over state. Medical Checkup is done but no medicine. Supply of medicines to be ensured Toys Community 15 days Community participation.

11 Important Issues Identified
Lack of public awareness and public participation. Sensitization of the beneficiaries. Improving Supply and Quality of Supplementary Diet. Coordination between Health and ICDS staff. Lack of infrastructure support.

12 Issues relating to infrastructure facilities
Basic infrastructure like building, toilets, storage of food grain and cooking facilities. Recreational facilities for children. Weighing machines. Educational kit. Staff :appointments, attendance and work culture.

13 Issue: Lack of Public Awareness
Issue no1: Public Awareness and participation. Mass awareness campaigns launched. Public awareness campaign Launched

14 Public Awareness Campaign Regarding Malnutrition
IEC van. Weighing all 0-6 children in presence of all villagers. Medical Check up for pregnant women and breast feeding mothers. Distribution of Ayurvedic medicines to all Gr.3&4 children through community contribution. Adoption of Gr.3 & 4 children by prominent members of the community Corpus fund raised through community contribution Rs.3 per month per child attending anganwadi for ICDS and Re.1 per member of family per year for general health services.

15 Public Awareness and Participation:
Women empowerment week observed (14th Jan –21st Jan) Special focus on issues relating to health, nutrition, formation of Self help groups their linkage with banks etc.

16 Public Awareness and Participation:
Women empowerment week observed. (14th Jan –21st Jan). Special focus on issues relating to health, nutrition, formation of Self help groups their linkage with banks etc. Kishori Melawas for adolescent girls to sensitize them regarding problems of adolescence, diet, small norm family, age at marriage, nutrition, general health problems etc. prominent women from different fields addressed the gatherings. A film produced by ZP, Satara Divas tuze he phulayche, addressing the problems relating to growing up, menstruation, nutrition, age at marriage, sex determination, gender issues. Community mobilisation and participation using micro planning done in 100 villages of Patan Taluka supported by European Commission sector investment program.

17 Issue:Lack of public Awareness
Sensitization of the Beneficiaries: Community Growth Chart painted on Anganwadi floor in every village. Issue:Lack of public Awareness Community growth chart painted in all villages(Rs10 lacs from GP funds) Normal Gr.1 Gr.2 Gr.3 Gr.4

18 Children standing on the community Growth chat

19 Sensitization of the Beneficiaries:
Linking of child health and nutrition awareness campaign with pulse polio campaign ensuring 100% coverage. Linking of child health and nutrition awareness campaign with pulse polio campaign ensuring 100% coverage.

20 Sensitization of the Beneficiaries:
Linking of child health and nutrition awareness campaign with pulse polio campaign with following advantages: 100% turnout of children. Children accompanied by their parents which helps in counseling of parents. Weights taken in presence of the parents enabling the sensitization of parents. Administering of supplementary diet or medicines and ensuring its consumption becomes possible. Regular Follow-up of the child becomes possible if mother is sensitized.

21 Improving Quality of Supplementary Diet
Supplementary food through Self help Groups. Coverage of all children and ANCs by covering Balwadis and private nurseries. Demonstration of Recipes. Competitions for preparation of good recipes with locally available food grains, cost effective and high calorie and nutritional content. Encouraging kitchen garden in every household of the village for preventing anemia and malnourishment.

22 Coordination of Health and ICDS
Combined monthly meeting of Health and ICDS staff at PHC on 27th of each month presided by Medical Officer and attended by all Health supervisors, Multi purpose health workers, anganwadi workers and their supervisors. Regular health check up of all 0to6 children every 3 months. Performance reviewed each month. Special pediatric camps for gr.3, gr.4 and seriously ill children every 3 months. A special project for production and supply of Ayurvedic tonic (Shatawari kalp) for malnourished children by health department conceptualized and budgeted by ZP.

23 Infrastructure Support
Construction of toilets through TSC (700) (35 lacs). Construction of Anganwadis from MP, MLA LAD funds.(26 lacs) Repairs of buildings from funds allotted from the 12th finance commission (15lacs). Public contribution of Rs. 40 lacs for educational kits, toys ayurvedic medicines.

24 Results achieved Percentage of normal grade children improved from56 to 69 percent in respect of Thosegar PHC from Oct o6 to Feb 07. Percentage of normal grade children improved from 67 to 73 percent in respect of Limb PHC from Oct 06 to Feb 07. Percentage of normal grade children improved from59to 66 percent in respect of Satara distict from april06 to feb 07 Reduction in grade 3 & grade 4 children from 7 to 0 in both PHCs Reduction in grade 3 grade 4 ( acute malnourished) children from 399 to 58 in respect of Satara district.


26 Major outcomes of CSC Starts with sharing Information and understanding the various services provided. Introspection by the service provider as to what the basic objectives of the services provided are. The service user or the community also gets to understand its entitlements and its obligations. Becomes a catalyst to social mobilization. Becomes a catalyst to managerial changes in administration. Becomes a guide to the policy maker. Generation of social demand with a sound understanding of the limitations of the govt. machinery. Beginning of a adult to adult dialogue.

27 CSC: A Tool for measuring outcome against societal needs
Administrative machinery or the service providers tend to measure their success against their targets and what was planned to be achieved and not against the final projected outcome. Example: Distribution of iron tablets to pregnant women. The target is achieved in terms of the distributed number but is this is a worthless indicator of success if there is a general apathy to the consumption of these tablets and hence there may be no significant impact on incidence of Anemia. CSC as a tool will be able to identify this gap in sensitization of women before making such provisions. Promotion precedes marketing.

28 CSC: A Tool for assessing non-quantifiable success.
Success of Health, Nutrition and Education programs measured only in quantifiable terms such as allocation made, schools or hospitals built, books distributed, immunization done, Pills distributed etc. Thrust on quantity rather than quality because as it is said, what can be counted gets measured, what gets measured gets rewarded and what gets rewarded is really what counts.

29 CSC: A Tool for assessing non-quantifiable parameters.
Not all Health Education or Nutrition parameters can really be quantified. Hence the administrator or the service provider has a very impressionistic, subjective and a personalized view of the services provided. A need has always been felt for a objective factual, impersonal tool for assessing the success with which the service provider has met.

30 CSC: A Tool for assessing non-quantifiable parameters.
Assessment of non quantifiable as well as quantifiable services provided. Assessment is factual without loosing its essential personalized character. Services provided are assessed vis-a-vis the needs of the community rather than fulfillment of the target of the administrative machinery.

31 CSC: A tool for general evaluation and monitoring
Community Score Card is an efficient tool for quick and random assessment of the need, status, quantity and quality of services being provided to the community. Such random and quick assessment can prove more effective and efficient than routine inspections and visits which provide limited input to the administrator.

32 Proposal for Developing Community Ownership of Village plan through Micro-planning and Community Monitoring. Main features: Proposal for carrying out micro planning and CSC in 1508 GPs, villages, 25 lacs population of Satara district with the help of NGOs. Health, Nutrition, Sanitation to be the focal points. Micro planning and Community score card; both strategies to be integrated in order to achieve better results without duplication of work. Convergence of IEC funds from various departments and various schemes like National Rural Health Mission, Jalswaraj, Watershed development program (Hariyali), Total Sanitation Program, Sarva Sikshya Abhiyan etc. About 1 crore to be made available from these sources. Estimated cost 4.61 crores


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