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National Workshop on "Zimmedari Nibhao, Plan Banao" on the occasion of World Population Day 2016

 

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, 2016. The events were organised to create requisite awareness about the issues of population and to rededicate the nation towards the population stabilisation. These included key events: a Painting Competition for school students,National Workshop on "Zimmedari Nibhao, Plan Banaoo"organised by JSK in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) and population rallies in state headquarters of seven focus states. .


Speaking on the occasion Hon’ble Union Minster for Health & Family Welfare, Shri J P Nadda stated that the government will re-strategize and focus on the districts where total fertility Rate (TFR) is high in order to bring down the TFR level in the country. There is a need to do micro-planning for these districts and develop need-based programmes to address TFR. He emphasized that communication skills need to be developed at all the levels so that we can send the right message to the target audience. The Hon’ble Health Minister further stated that to reach out to the unreached we must do mapping and find out who we have missed in the programme. The promotion of family planning and ensuring access to preferred contraceptives are essential for securing the well-being of the people, while supporting the health and development of communities, Shri Nadda said. Elaborating further, Shri Nadda emphasized on the need to enhance male participation in the family planning process and urged that we cannot achieve the desired results unless the men are not motivated to actively take part in family planning. Our strategy should also focus on this aspect, Shri Nadda added

Shri Faggan Singh Kulaste, Hon’ble Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare said that population explosion is a big challenge for us. We can reap the benefits of population dividend only if we are able to provide good health, education and look after overall well-being of the people. Shri Kulaste further added that this requires participation at all levels from all stakeholders. He also highlighted the challenges in addressing the family planning needs in the backward areas of the country.
Smt Anupriya Patel, Hon’ble Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare said that the problem of over-population calls for global revolution. She further added that it is our collective responsibility to fight this challenge. She appealed the people to come together and ponder over this issue and come out with solutions.


Shri J P Nadda also gave away awards to the winners of the painting competition organised by Jansankhya Sthirita Kosh to create awareness regarding family stabilisation among young children
Hon’ble HFM Shri J.P.Nadda took a round of the award winning paintings on the theme of Population stabilisation.




shri J.P.Nadda,Hon’ble HFM and Smt.Anupriya patel,Hon’ble Mos(HFM) introduced with children who had made the paintings.
The participants also deliberated on the theme “Zimmedari Nibhao, Plan Banao” focusing towards the benefits of family planning extend well beyond woman’s health, to incorporate her well-being and prosperity.
Also present at the function were Shri B P Sharma, Secretary (HFW), Shri C K Mishra, AS&MD, Shri Athani,Spl. DGHS,Smt. Gauri Singh, Principal Secretary, Health and Family Welfare, Madhya Pradesh and other senior officers of the Ministry and representatives of development partners such as UNICEF, USAID, UNFPA and PFI etc.
On- the spot Painting competition
JSK has observed 11th July as World Population Day (WPD) - 2016 in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare -focuses on the issues related to Population Stabilization. In this connection, JSK has organised on- the spot painting competition on 8th July, 2016 from 9:00 am at Hudco Art Gallery, August Kranti Bhawan, Bhikaji Cama Place, New Delhi- 110066. Students of class V to XII has participated in this competition at above mentioned address . all participant has got the certificate of participation and Winner of the Painting Competition were awarded by Sh. J P Nadda Hon'ble Minister for Health & Family Welfare in the august presence of Smt. Anupriya Patel and Sh. Fuggan Singh Kulaste Hon’ble MoS Ministry of Health & Family welfare in the National Workshop held in Vigyan Bhawan on the occasion of World Population Day 11th July 2016 Click for the deatils about on- the spot painting competition
WPD 2015-Population Rally at State Capital/District
As part of its awareness and advocacy efforts on population issues, Jansankhya Sthirata Kosh (JSK) organised series of Population Rallies in six high fertility states namely, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Odisha on World Population Day, July 11, 20165. The Population rallies were organised to create requisite awareness on issues related to the population and to rededicate the nation towards the population stabilisation.

 
 
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