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How does JSK differ from government or an NGO?

 

JSK is a unique organization. Its goal is to promote initiatives which leverage the strength of different economic and social sectors and reach out to needy population groups through innovative strategies.

It is a combination of government and civil society working hand in hand to promote innovations by drawing on the strength of joint partnerships.

 

All the events that JSK has organized are evidence of partnership forged already which indicates JSK’s uniqueness.

 

  • World Population Day 2014
    As part of its awareness and advocacy efforts on population issues, Jansankhya Shtirata Kosh (JSK) organised a series of advocacy events on the occasion of World Population Day, July 11, 2014. The events were organised to create requisite awareness about the issues of population and to rededicate the nation towards the population stabilisation. These included two key events: a Walkathon towards Population Stabilization and “National Workshop for Involving Adolescents and Youths for Population Stabilization” organised by JSK in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW). For the necessary build up, a half page english and hindi advertisement was published on 10th of July, for inviting the people to be part of Walk on Population Stabilisation on July 11th, 2014 from India gate to Vijay Chowk. Events of World Population Day were one of the key news of all the newspapers of July 12 2014.

  • World Population Day 2013
    As part of its awareness and advocacy efforts on population issues, Jansankhya Shtirata Kosh (JSK) organised a series of advocacy events on the occasion of World Population Day, July 11, 2013. The events were organised to create requisite awareness about the issues of population and to rededicate the nation towards the population stabilisation. These included two key events: a walk for Population Stabilisation and “National Dialogue on Population Stabilisation for a Better Tomorrow” organised by JSK in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW). For the necessary build up, a half page english and hindi advertisement was published on 10th of July, for inviting the people to be part of Walk on Population Stabilisation on July 11th, 2013 from India gate to Vijay Chowk. Events of World Population Day were one of the key news of all the newspapers of July 12 2013.

  • World Population Day 2012
    As part of its awareness and advocacy efforts on population issues, Jansankhya Shtirata Kosh (JSK) organised a series of advocacy events on the occasion of World Population Day, July 11, 2012. The events were organised to capitalise upon the global efforts at the Family Planning Summit in London. These included three key events: a walkathon and National Conference for Population Action led by JSK, and in the evening a small focused group discussion with the Members of Parliament to garner their engagement for family planning (FP), organised by JSK in collaboration with Citizens’ Alliance.

  • World Population Day 2011
    Jansankhya Sthirata Kosh observed ‘The World Population Day’ event at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi on 11th July 2011 by organizing a workshop on ‘Youth for Population Stabilisation’ in collaboration with Nehru Yuvak Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. The workshop sensitized about 800 National Youth Corps Volunteers of NYKS volunteers from high focus States on population issues Hon’ble Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Shri Ajay Maken and Dr. Syeda Hameed, Member, Planning Commission were the Chief Guests at the workshop. Besides the Chief Guests, Shri K. Chandramouli, Secretary Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, (MoHFW), Ms. Sindhushree Khullar, Secretary, Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, Shri P.K.Pradhan, Special Secretary & Mission Director (NRHM), Shri Rakesh Mohan, Director General, NYKS and Ms. Dharitri Panda, Executive Director, JSK shared the dais to interact with the youth participants over a variety of issues related to population stabilisation.

  • Prerna Awards at Dhaulpur and Jodhpur in Rajasthan and Nabarangpur in Orissa- Direct contact with village people who have now become JSK’s Role Models for responsible Parenthood practices.

 

  • Working with the Private Sector Medical Specialists (Gyneacologists and NSV Surgeons) to enhance services for contraception.

 

JSK’s initiatives like GIS Maps, Call Centre, Virtual Resource Center, Prerna, Santushti, large scale sensitisation workshops for adolescents from remote villages are examples of working differently.

 

Another unique feature is that a cross-section of professional people are being inducted on the Governing Board of JSK. Their presence brings fresh experience and dynamism to JSK’s programmes and enhances synergy and cross-sectional strength. At present, two nationally renowned NGOs and representatives of CII and FICCI are on the Governing Board.

 

The following Associations have voting rights to elect members on the Governing Board of JSK. They have been asked to sponsor members and the process was started in February 2007.

 

·              Indian Association for the Study of Population (IASP)

·              Indian Public Health Association (IPHA)

·              Indian Association of Preventive Medicine (IAP & SM)

·              Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI)

·              Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI)

·              Indian Medical Association (IMA)

·              Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)

·              Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI)

·              The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM)

·              Eleven Regional Resource Centers providing umbrella cover to over 1000 NGOs working in the field of family   welfare.

 

 
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