Brief Profile

Sahayog Lucknow works on women's health and gender equality using human rights frameworks. It is a resource organization that engages in capacity-building, research and documentation, publications and advocacy with network partners. SAHAYOG is registered as a Society since 1992.

The major issues that SAHAYOG works on include

Quality and accountability of maternal health services for the rural poor, Nutrition and food security of women and adolescent girls, Access to information and services about reproductive and sexual health for women and young people, Participation of women and young people in problem identification, programme design and monitoring and ensuring accountability for services , Role of men and boys in preventing violence against women and promoting gender equality

Some recent studies and reports by SAHAYOG and partners include

Examining the Indira Gandhi Matrittva Suraksha Yojana from an Equity and Accountability perspective, Ten years of working on maternal health in Uttar Pradesh, "Hamare Sangharsh-Hamari Jeet" 10 salon ka Safarnama - the story of ten years of the Mahila Swasthya Adhikar Manch organization in UP, Evaluation of the Youth for Change Project, Evaluation of TARANG Project 1stphase , Evaluation of Mera Swasthya Meri Aawaz ( ) and Community Base Maternal death review.

Area of Specialization

Women's reproductive health and rights, maternal health, adolescent health and gender issues

Sanctioned Projects in UP

  1. Women's Health and Rights Advocacy Partnership (2011-2017)
  2. TARANG - an intervention with the SABLA Scheme of the ICDS (2011-2017)
  3. Social Audit for Quality Improvement in Family Planning Services (2016-2017)
  4. Advocacy to promote Quality and Rights in Reproductive Health Programmes (2016 – 2018)

District(s) in UP where organization is working at the moment

Azamgarh, Banda, Chandauli, Gorakhpur, Lalitpur, Jhansi, Lucknow, Kushinagar, Mirzapur, Muzaffarnagar, Chitrakoot, Jhansi, Hamirpur and Jaunpur

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