Orienting healthcare workers on the Utilization of Untied Funds
Mr. Ramakrishna, State Program Officer, Jhpiego, Jharkhand conducted training of trainers on Untied Fund Utilisation. The attendees were briefed on the training process for the day during the inaugural program.
Jharkhand: GRAAM with the support of USAID, NISHTHA-Jhpiego is working on a community-led monitoring mechanism and establishment of Jan Arogya Samitis (JAS) for strengthening the delivery of CPHC through SC-HWCs in Jharkhand. As part of strengthening the healthcare system at the grassroots level, GRAAM undertook training activities in Khunti and West Singhbum districts.
The project is being implemented in the selected 35 Ayushaman Bharat-Health and Wellness Centers of West Singhbhum and Khunti. As part of the formation of Jan Arogya Samiti (JAS) as an institutional platform at the sub-health center in the two districts of Jharkhand, the team members of GRAAM conducted various activities in order to mobilize the JAS members.
Training of Trainers
In November, the district health officials the districts received orientation into HWC- JAS Untied Fund Guidelines, Grievance Redressal Mechanism, and Health Awareness Activity Plan. Mr. Ramakrishna, State Program Officer, Jhpiego, Jharkhand conducted training of trainers on the utilization of untied funds. The attendees were briefed on the training process for the day during the inaugural program.
Social Audit Exercise
Several aspects of HWC including the infrastructure, health service delivery, and the health plan developed as part of the project were discussed as a part of the Social Audit exercise. During the training of the trainers conducted at the Sadar Block Health and Wellness Center in Achu, a social audit exercise was held.