Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : Learning Games for Girls: Life Skills Education for Girls
Target Participants : Animators of SHPIs, Federation members, Cluster leaders, members of  Adolescent Clubs
Objectives of program : ● Practice simple behaviors to prevent diarhhoea and HIV and improve their nutritional standards and

● Increase their habit of savings by prioritising their needs and creating a savings plan

Topics Covered : ● Getting to know each other

● Food & Flag

● How to prevent and treat diarrhea

● Practicing hand washing

● Knowing our body parts

● How to protect against HIV/AIDs

● Prioritize what to spend money on

● Savings Plan

Methodology used : Learning Conversations
Language : English/Bengali/Hindi/Oriya/Assamese
Number of Days : 3.5 days
Location specificity : Urban & rural areas
Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : Women’s Sexual & Reproductive Health
Target Participants : animators of SHPIs, Federation members, Cluster leaders
Objectives of program : Adopt at least 3 of the following recommended sexual and reproductive health practices:

● Eat foods with iron to prevent anemia

● See a doctor for vaginal infections

● Negotiate condom use

● Maintain healthy practices before and during pregnancies

● Create an emergency plan for complications during childbirth

● See a doctor for yearly exams; blood test, de-worming, breast exams

● Maintain healthy practices during and after menopause

● Share with members of their community at least 1 recommended sexual and reproductive health practice.

Topics Covered : Adopt at least 3 of the following recommended sexual and reproductive health practices:

● Eat foods with iron to prevent anemia

● See a doctor for vaginal infections

● Negotiate condom use

● Maintain healthy practices before and during pregnancies

● Create an emergency plan for complications during childbirth

● See a doctor for yearly exams; blood test, de-warming, breast exams

● Maintain healthy practices during and after menopause

Methodology used : Learning Conversations
Language : English/Bengali/Hindi/Oriya/Assamese
Number of Days : 3.5 days
Location specificity : Urban & rural areas
Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : Confronting malaria in our community
Target Participants : Animators of SHPIs, Federation members, Cluster leaders
Objectives of program : ● Prompt treatment of malaria;

● Prevention of malaria through the use of insecticide-treated mosquito nets;

● Prevention of malaria during pregnancy

Topics Covered : What Causes Malaria and How It Spreads

● How to Recognize and Treat Malaria

● Medicine to Fight Malaria—Use Correctly and Completely

● Preventing and Treating Malaria During Pregnancy

● The Best Way to Prevent Malaria—Insecticide-Treated Nets

● How to Treat a Mosquito Net

● Protecting Ourselves, Our Families and Our Community from Malaria

Methodology used : Learning Conversations
Language : English/Bengali/Hindi/Oriya
Number of Days : 3.5 days
Location specificity : Urban & rural areas
Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : Preventing HIV/AIDs: It is our choice
Target Participants : Animators of SHPIs, Federation members, Cluster leaders
Objectives of program : Provide information to

● Clarify the causes and symptoms of HIV/AIDS;

● Encourage behavior changes which prevent the spread of HIV;

● Remove the fear and shame surrounding HIV/AIDS and encourage a positive and caring response for those living with HIV/AIDS; and

● Mobilize community action.

Topics Covered : ● What is HIV/AIDS?

● How Do People Get HIV?

● Protecting from Sexual and Blood Spread of HIV

● Protecting from Parent-to-Child Spread of HIV

● Testing for HIV

● Talking About HIV/AIDS

● How to Use a Condom

● Stopping the Stigma of HIV/AIDS

● Stopping HIV/AIDS—It Is Our Choice

Methodology used : Learning Conversations
Language : English/Bengali/Hindi
Number of Days : 3.5 days
Location specificity : Urban & rural areas
Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : Health insurance-Protecting your familys’ health under Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Vikas Yojana
Target Participants : Animators of SHPIs, Federation members, Cluster leaders
Objectives of program : ● Enroll themselves and eligible family members in the RSBY scheme, and

● Use covered services appropriately to protect health and family finances.

Topics Covered : ● Calculating the Cost of Illness

● Identifying the Benefits of the RSBY

● Properly Enrolling in the RSBY

● Understanding the Exclusions of the RSBY

● Keeping Track of the Money on Your SMART Card

● Deciding to Enroll

Methods used : Technical Learning Conversations
Language : English/Bengali/Hindi
Number of Days : 3.5 days
Location specificity : Urban & rural areas
Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : Understanding the services and entitlements under NRHM
Target Participants : Animators of SHPIs, Federation members, Cluster leaders
Objectives of program : ● Enroll themselves and eligible family members in the RSBY scheme, and

● Use covered services appropriately to protect health and family finances.

Topics Covered : Described how NRHM can improve the health of community members

Examined ways ASHA can help women access NRHM services

Explained the benefits of attending Village Health and Nutrition Day

Demonstrated the steps for receiving cash assistance

Identified the JSSK entitlements for pregnant women and infants

Reviewed how to utilize NRHM services.

Practiced problem-solving when services are not provided as they should

Methodology used : Technical Learning Conversations
Language : English/Bengali/Hindi
Number of Days : 3.5 days
Location specificity : Urban & rural areas
Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : We Have Rights – Reproductive and Sexual Health Rights
Target Participants : Animators of SHPIs, Federation members, Cluster leaders
Objectives of program : ● Enroll themselves and eligible family members in the RSBY scheme, and

● Use covered services appropriately to protect health and family finances.

Topics Covered : §  Recognized essential human rights that protect girls and women

§  Assessed how society and biology affect gender roles

§  Identified ways to stay healthy during menstruation, pregnancy and while breastfeeding

§  Determined how to make decisions about contraceptive methods

§  Planned ways to increase personal safety

§  Distinguished between healthy and unhealthy relationships

Methodology used : Technical Learning Conversation
Language : English/Bengali/Hindi
Number of Days : 3.5 days
Location specificity : Urban & rural areas
Thematic Vertical : Health education
Title of the training course : Integrated Interactive Learning Module on nutrition, breastfeeding, complimentary feeding, sanitation and management of common diseases
Target Participants : Frontline health workers, animators of SHPIs, SHG leaders
Objectives of program : ● Provide information on breastfeeding, complimentary feeding, nutrition

● Provide information on sanitation and community management towards prevention of common diseases

Learning Conversation Part I
Number and Title Purpose
 

1. Healthy Pregnancy

 

·         Listed what a woman can do to stay healthy during pregnancy, including considering the timing of pregnancies.

·         Shared their experiences with prenatal checkups.

·         Compared and contrasted their own prenatal checkup experiences with a role-play.

 

2. Safe Births

 

·         Analyzed what can be done to respond to danger signs during childbirth.

·         Discussed ways to prepare for problems during childbirth.

·         Made a plan for emergency transport.

 

3. Care of the new born and identifying its danger signs

 

·         Compared to their exposure on key neo-natal care practices within 7 days of birth.

·         Discussed 4 danger signs after birth that may lead to the death of a new born

·         Committed to encourage timely referral if a new born shows a danger sign

 

4. Correct Breast Feeding Practices

 

·         Discussed a story about the importance of breastfeeding and the importance of giving good advice.

·         Identified problems of breast feeding that are common among mothers in the community.

·         Listed the action to be taken on good breastfeeding practices

 

5. Complementary Feeding Practices

 

·         Listed reasons children ages 6 to 24 months are at risk for becoming malnourished and sick.

·         Listed the ways to appropriately provide complementary food to child of 6-12 months old.

·         Selected a child 6 to 24 months whom they plan to observe or with whose mother they plan to discuss infant and child feeding before the next learning session.

Learning Conversation Part II  
Number and Title Purpose  
6. Complementary Feeding with

Food Hygiene

·         Compared the recommendations about frequency and quantity of food for children 6 to 12 months with local practice

·         Compared the recommendations about feeding the children age 12-24 months with local practice

·         Described actions they can take to store & use the food hygienically

·         Committed to communicate all critical feeding

·         recommendations to mothers of children age 6-24 months in the village

7. Diarrhoea – Causes & Open

Defecation

·         Reflected on a story about the dangers of diarrhoea.

·         Observed and analyzed a presentation demonstrating how diarrhea causes loss of liquid that the body needs.

·         Agreed to discuss with others what causes diarrhoea.

·         Listed home based treatment for diarrhoea

8. Diarrhoea – Management &

Prevention

·         Demonstrated the preparation of ORS

·         Distinguished differences among various types of diarrhea.

·         Analyzed symptoms of serious dehydration and what actions to take if any appear.

·         Made plan to prevent diarrhea

9. Hand washing & De-worming

 

·         Analyzed why hand-washing is important and when to wash hands.

·         Analysed why deworming a child and family are important.

·         Identified the steps taken for deworming

·         Committed to practice hand washing and deworming

 

10. Immunisation

 

·         Listed the vaccines given to the infants and children under 5 years

·         Analysed why immunisation is important for children

·         Committed to encourage all families in the community to fully immunise their children

 

Methodology Technical Learning Converstaion
Language available English/Bengali/Hindi/Oriya
Duration 5 days + 5 days (in two phases)