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Women's Health Awareness

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Health education program for women in the rural Indo-Burmese border areas, focusing especially on healthy pregnancies
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Women's Health Awareness

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During a general health awareness campaign in 2013, SHED noticed that many women suffer from health problems related to early marriage, pregnancies without access to medical care or even basic health awareness, gynecological difficulties or undernourishment of mothers and their babies. SHED has therefore decided to focus their activities in 2014 on the area of women's health. SHED plans to raise awareness by translating awareness materials into the local language and conducting outreach in the remote mountanous areas along the Indo-Burmese border.

Two informational posters will be translated into a local language and accompanied by illustrations. Then, outreach will be conducted directly reaching at least 200 hundred families in the state of Mizoram (India) and in Chin state (Burma). 

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Name of Organization Social Health and Education Development (SHED)
About the Organisation

Social Health and Education Development (SHED) was formed in June 2010 for village health education and to provide limited primary health care to the medically under-served population of Indo-Burma border area.The organization aims to raise awareness in health-related issues and also to train medical personnel to be able to provide logistical support for emergency patients such as first-aid services or referring them to bigger medical facilities.

Total Costs INR 42,000 (approx. CZK 14,000 / EUR 500 / USD 690)
Amount for sponsorship CZK 14,000
Total Number of Shares 28
Location Mizoram, India
Timeframe 2014
Progress Update

Two educational posters were translated to a local language. One provides information regarding high risk pregnancies, while the other gives awareness on nutrition. In the next phase of the project, the posters will be distributed to villages along the Indo-Burmese border.

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