Outcomes

Project formulation, Evaluation of schemes, Field surveys, Trainings, Analysis of field data, Report writings and Publications are the major outcomes of the Foundation. Some of the works undertaken are highlighted:


Sikh Religious Institutions of Chandigarh

Book released on 6th January 2007.


Impact Evaluation of the Ongoing Interventions by the MNGOs along with their Field NGOs (FNGOs)

submitted to NRHM, Punjab in December, 2009


Impact Evaluation of the On-going Interventions by the MNGOs/SNGOs along with their Field NGOs (FNGOs)

submitted to NRHM, Punjab in December, 2009


Monitoring and Evaluation of implementation of National Rural Health Mission: A Study of U.T. Chandigarh (Mid term Report)

submitted to NRHM, Chandigarh in October, 2010



Monitoring and Evaluation of implementation of National Rural Health Mission: A Study of U.T. Chandigarh (Final Report)

submitted to NRHM, Chandigarh in March, 2011


A Rapid Diagnostic Study on Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP), National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP) and Immunization Programme in Chandigarh

submitted to NRHM, Chandigarh in August 2011



External Evaluation of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) – Review Report

submitted to NRHM, Chandigarh in March 2012



PES and DISE Data Deviation of Sample Schools of Chandigarh

submitted to SSA, Chandigarh in May 2012


Post Enumeration Survey (PES) of U-DISE Data of 20 Schools of Chandigarh UT (Primary to Higher Secondary)

was sponsored by Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan Society, Chandigarh UT in February 2013 and the final report was submitted in April 2013. The data was collected from 20 government, aided and private schools of Chandigarh on overall working of the schools.

Independent Evaluation of Innovation on Infant & Young Child Feeding (IYCF) Counseling in 8 Districts of Punjab (Amritsar, Barnala, Hoshiarpur, Jalandhar, Kapurthala, Mohali, Patiala and Sangrur)

was sponsored by National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), Government of Punjab on January 2013 and the final report was submitted in May 2013. The data was collected from 8 CSs, 7 DHOs, 7 DPMs (NRHM), 6 DFPOs & DFWOs, 13 SMOs, 16 MOs, 15 LHVs, 15 Staff Nurses, 9 BEEs, 93 ANMs, 178 ASHAs, 806 Beneficiaries (Lactating mothers), 32 Focus Groups (231 lactating and pregnant women), 45 Panchayat members, 39 VHSC members, 57 Anganwari Workers and 13 SHG members.

Self-Medication and Its Impact on Health Care: A comparative Study of Consumers in Rural Punjab and Haryana

was sponsored by Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), New Delhi in May 2012 and the final report was submitted in July 2013. The data was collected from 2002 sample population fall between 18 and 50 years of age. The major variables were: gender, age, marital, education, occupation and economic statuses. The study highlighted socio-economic, educational and cultural factors that influence the consumers for self-medication. The study also highlighted the impact of self-medication on consumers' health.

Self-Medication

Regional Perspective

Price: Rs. 450/- US$ 15 £ 10

Population And Adolescence Education Activities Performed In The Schools of Punjab: An Impact Study

Impact of Role Play and Folk Dance Activities Performed in Sample Schools of Punjab

A Status Study of Knowledge and Awareness among teachers and students towards Population and adolescent Education