SECTOR WISE COMPLETED ASSIGNMENTS

a. Public Health& Nutrition


1.The Concurrent Evaluation of National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) Program in North East States, Sikkim & West Bengal


The IIDM has been retained by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, GoI for Concurrent Evaluation of National Rural Health Mission as Zonal Agency for West Bengal, Sikkim & North East States (9 states). For each state there were different field agencies for data collection. These field agencies were very large research organizations of National & International repute. They were:

• ORG-Neilson, New Delhi for Nagaland
• GfK Mode, New Delhi for Assam
• GfK Mode New Delhi for Mizoram
• Development Management Trust, New Delhi for Sikkim
• Development Management Trust, New Delhi for West Bengal
• Vision EIS, New Delhi for Manipur
• Centre for Economic & Social Research New Delhi for Meghalaya
• ManavAdhikar Society, New Delhi for Arunachal Pradesh.
• Society for Social Services Madhya Bharat Chapter, Bhilai for Tripura
The concurrent evaluation of NRHM, a large study, was initiated by MoHFW under the overall direction of International Institute of Population Sciences, Mumbai, as the National Agency. IIDM was the zonal agency to support Monitoring and Evaluation of the research work of 9 field agencies. Our role was to facilitate the data collection work as well as undertake training of the master trainers of data collection teams. We also facilitated the development of research tools. The data analysis & report writing were also facilitated by us.

In this assignment has carried out third party audit for 10% of the household data & 25% of the facility survey.
Sponsored by : MoHFW, GOI Year : 2009 Budgets : ₹ 78.00 Lakh

2. Assessment of consumption of Vit E & D & other eating habits for implementing Food Fortification in MP


PHFI along with GAIN were to carry Food Fortification interventions for Vitamin deficiency in MP. Therefore they wished to ascertain the current level of nutrition & consumption pattern for Vitamin A & D amongst under 5 children & women in reproductive age in MP. Therefore a baseline study was proposed. For this they have sampled 3 districts among the project districts for data collection. IIDM being a premier research Institution in Health & Nutrition sector in MP carried out baseline study.

The study aimed - 1. To study the consumption of fortifiable food products (oil, wheat flour, salt, milk) amongst the study subjects in the state of Madhya Pradesh and to quantify the consumption of to-be-fortified or fortifiable foods.
2. Determine vulnerability to micronutrient deficiencies.
3. To understand the food diversity of the study subjects in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
4. Determine the vitamin A and D status of the study subjects living in households in urban settings that have access to fortified soybean oil.
Sponsored by: PHFI (GAIN Project), Opposite TERI, BasantKinj Institutional Area, Nehind Grand Hotel, BasantKunj New Delh Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 7.60 Lakh

3.Evaluation of NCF Scheme


The major objectives of the study were to:
I. To analyse & evaluate NCF in terms of the achievement of its each objects.
II. To study the role of the fund in development of the children in the current context & in tune with other similar schemes of the Ministry of Women & Child Development. Govt of India.
III. To assess the utilization of the fund vis-à-vis the scheme objectives & project objectives for which they were funded.
IV. To study & propose better investment policy for investing money under NCF.
V. To evaluate Organization Structure & Salary Structure etc. and
VI. To identify innovative ways to attract money (donations etc.) to expand the corpus of the NCF.
IIDM carried out research design, developed research tools & collected data from 65 NGOs covering 12 states of entire country representing 6 zones. The report was prepared by IIDM & made recommendations for modified strategy of funds collection & disbursing to needy organizations. This was an Impact assessment study.
Sponsored by: Director, NIPCCD, MoWCD, GOI, New Delhi Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 10:00 Lakh

4. Study the Status of Health Policy & Health Administration in India (JICA Study)

The study aimed at ascertaining the status of health systems in 4 states of the country namely Rajasthan, MP, TN & Mizoram. on the following key technical areas:

1. Policy programme and coordination (health, nutrition, water and sanitation)
2. Health systems and infrastructure
3. Universal Health Coverage and health financing
4. Institutional and Health Human Resources
5. Community involvement
6. Donor current and future direction
7. Private sector in health care.
IIDM took up this study in MP & Rajasthan. The data were obtained from 4 main departments associated with these issues. a. Health & FW b. ICDS/ WCD c. PHED for safee water & 4. Rural Development for Sanitation Issues. IIDM was involved for data collection, its interpretation & report writing
Sponsored by: JICA/ PWC, Gurgaon, Haryana Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 5.50 Lakh

5. Barrier Analysis for Complementary Feeding


The study aimed at;
1. Ascertaining the barriers & enablers for ideal complementary feeding practices in the state of MP.
2. Identifying the most preferred channels/ nodes of communication in the particular context of influencing behaviours and social norms related to complementary feeding.
3. Providing directions for design & development of Communication strategies for improved complementary feeding practices in MP.

The study was based on observation, indepth interviews, case studies & FGDs. It was very difficult to identify the doers & non-doers to ascertain barriers& the enablers. Therefore rapport building in the sampled clusters was the challenging job. After that our team conducted behaviour survey of 50-60 persons, evaluated their responses & categorised them in three categories as high medium & low adoters. THe high scorers were treated as doers &thew lowest ones as non doers. The indepth interviews of doers & nonb Doers were conducted. Service providers (FLWs) were also interviewed.
Sponsored by: UNICEF, UN House, Shamla Hills, Bhopal-462003 Year: 2012 Budgets: ₹ 5.50 Lakh

6. Assessment of consumption of Vit E & D & other eating habits for implementing Food Fortification in MP


PHFI along with GAIN were to carry Food Fortification interventions for Vitamin deficiency in MP. Therefore they wished to ascertain the current level of nutrition & consumption pattern for Vitamin A & D amongst under 5 children & women in reproductive age in MP. Therefore a baseline study was proposed. For this they have sampled 3 districts for data collection. IIDM being a premier research Institution in Health & Nutrition sector in MP carried out baseline study.

Objective of the study - 1. To study the consumption of fortifiable food products (oil, wheat flour, salt, milk) amongst the study subjects in the state of Madhya Pradesh and to quantify the consumption of to-be-fortified or fortifiable foods.
2. Determine vulnerability to micronutrient deficiencies.
3. To understand the food diversity of the study subjects in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
4. Determine the vitamin A and D status of the study subjects living in households in urban settings that have access to fortified soybean oil.
Sponsored by : PHFI (GAIN Project), Opposite TERI, Basant Kinj Institutional Area, Behind Grand Hotel, Basant Kunj New Delhi Year : 2013 Budgets: ₹ 5.30 Lakh

7. Community Need Assessment Study & Behavioural Change Communication (BCC) Interventions Empowering RCVs by Creating Awareness for Prevention of HIV / AIDS / STD in the Urban Slums of Bhopal Town (UBSP)


This project was sponsored by MP Aids Control Society with the funding support of World Bank & NACO. The KAP study of the slum dwellers of Bhopal town was carried out & the communication gaps were assessed for designing the behaviour change intervention strategy. The interventions were designed for developing peer counsellors, message design & involvement of local folk artists in BCC. It aimed at imparting knowledge among the resident community volunteers (RCV) to convince their neighbours as their peer counsellors, about safe sex and other preventive measures against HIV/STD & AIDS. This also empowered the local folk artists who performed a number of street plays & captivating performances in order to create awareness on subjects in their vicinity. This project also facilitated the deliverance of message by RCVs and to decide the mode and places of dissemination.
Sponsored by: Ms Archana Bondriya, MPSACS, Oilfed building, Arera Hills, Bhopal, MP Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 13.00 Lakh

8. Interdepartmental Team Building Interventions for Health Department & DUDA at Bhopal


The National Leprosy Eradication Programme is a vertical health programme. The social stigma is associated with leprosy so the cases were not brought forward for treatment. Therefore the District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) working with the community in the slum areas was involved with the District NLEP staff & team building interventions for problem identification & solving were made..
Sponsored by : Danish Leprosy Eradication Programme of Danish Embassy, New Delhi Year: 2000 Budgets: ₹ 0.50 Thousand

9. Evaluation Study of Integration of NLEP Functions with General Health Systems


This study was sponsored by DANLEP, a unit of DANIDA and supported by Dept. of Public Health and Family Welfare, GoMP. The Directorate integrated the National Leprosy Eradication Program functions with General Health System in 8 districts. Furthermore, in 6 districts over a year was spent for the amalgamation of this function. This was implemented as a result of Health Systems Research Study carried out at Gunderdehi Block of District Durg. The objective of this HSR study was to assess the level of change, the problems in implementation and the impact of integration on the delivery of services
Sponsored by: DANLEP Year: 2001 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

10. Operational Research Study for Reducing Maternal Mortality by empowering PRIs & community in MP


This project aimed to identify the causes of high maternal mortality with specific reference to 4 Ds, developing community interventions for reducing MMR in the area. The Institute has carried out prospective as well as retrospective methods of data collection on the causes. In case of retrospective data collection we adopted verbal autopsy of the causes from the siblings.
Sponsored by: DANIDA MPBHSP_III Year: 2002 Budgets: ₹ 11.00 Lakh

11. Public Private Partnership interventions to reduce maternal mortality & neonatal mortality in MP by Community Mobilization & IEC/ BCC Interventions


This project was sponsored by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), Govt. of India. It was carried out jointly with Centre of Policy Research, New Delhi. The main focus in this project was to motivate private health service providers to join hands with government health institutions for reducing neonatal mortality & maternal mortality by using low cost technology. The awareness creation, capacity building & motivating interventions were the tools to mobilize the community. Here our approach was be using IIDM model of empowerment to mobilize the private, public service providers and the community.
Sponsored by: ICMR, Ramalinga Swamy Bhawan, Ansari Nagar, New Delhi Year : 2007 Budgets: ₹ 12.60 Lakh

12. End-Line Evaluation Study of RCH Sub District Project at Mizoram:


The Department of Public Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of Mizoram implemented Reproductive Child Health Project for safe motherhood and infant care. To find out impact of this scheme an end-line evaluation was conducted in four districts of Mizoram. The data was collected from head of the households and the currently married mothers having at least one child born during January 2000 to April 2004. The project was sponsored by Department of Health and Family Welfare, Mizoram, World Bank and Govt. of India. Our staff has deigned the research tools, collected data, analyzed the data & wrote the report
Sponsored by: Directorate of Public Health & Family Welfare, Aizwal, Mizoram & World Bank Unit of MoHFW, GOI Year: 2004 Budgets: ₹ 7.00 Lakh

13. Assessing the process of estimating drugs requirement for planning in Primary & Secondary level health care Institutions in MP


The health department purchases medicine for about 36 cores of rupees every year but that is a very small quantity. Government wished to derive a rational for assessing the budget requirement for medicine at each level of health care institutions. The Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Community Health, Department of Public Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of MP has sponsored the study to us to assess the requirement at each level. For which our Institute has conducted evaluation of present status of drugs supply in the institutions. Based on their requirement we suggested the quantity of drugs at each institution. Our staff has designed the research tools, collected data, analyzed the data & wrote the report.
Sponsored by: Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Community Health & DFID Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 3.25 Lakh

14. Hospital MIS


Rajv Gandhi Mission for Community Medicine (DFID Sponsored) ( RGM ) has sponsored the project to design HMIS for hospitals at Secondary Level Care Health Institutions in MP. IIDM team first carried out Systems Analysis study at district Hospital Sehore & district hospital Ratlam. The Hospital MIS system was then designed & pilot tested at Sehore district hospital.
Sponsored by: Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Community Health & DFID Year : 2005 Budgets : ₹ 3.60 Lakh

15. Impact Evaluation of administration of IFA & Albandazol tablets on school children in MP


The Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Community Health, Department of Public Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of MP has supplied IFA tablets (100 to each student) & 2 tablets of albandazol to 6-14 years old school going children with an objective that it will improve their haemoglobin level.
Sponsored by: Rajiv Gandhi Mission for Community Health & DFID Year : 2004 Budgets: ₹ 5.15 Lakh

16. Evaluation of Mother NGO Scheme under RCH-II


Govt. of India founded 17 MNGOS under RCH-II in M.P. We evaluated them. Research design to evaluate the activities of MNGOs was done. The tools were administered by senior consultants. The performance analysis was done by our team.

Sponsored by: TAST, DFID, MP Year: 2009 Budgets: ₹ 15.00 Lakh

17. End line (Impact) Evaluation of Kalyani – I, TV Weekly Magazine on RCH.


The functions were research design, data analysis & report writing. The Department of Health & Family Welfare has assigned the job to Prasar Bharati (Door Darshan) for creating awareness & behaviour change for the RCH functions through a weekly Kalyani-I TV Magazine screened on every Monday & Thursday in 9 states in India. IIDM carried out the impact study of these interventions. We assessed the impact in terms of change in behaviour & the involvement of community. It assessed the process gaps having influence on poor performance. Our staff had deigned the research tools, collected data, analyzed the data & wrote the report.

Sponsored by: Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, GOI, New Delhi Year: 2007 Budgets: ₹ 8.00 Lakh

18. End line (Impact) Evaluation of Kalyani-II, TV Weekly Magazine on mainly National Health Programs including RCH


The functions were research design & data analysis & report writing. The Department of Health & Family Welfare has assigned the job to Prasar Bharati (Doordarshan) for creating awareness & behaviour change for the RCH functions through a weekly Kalyani-II TV Magazine screened on every Monday & Thursday in 9 states in India. IIDM carryied out the impact study of these interventions We were assessing the impact in terms of change in behaviour & the involvement of community. It assessed the process gaps having influence on poor performance. Our staff has deigned the research tools, collected data, analyzed the data & wrote the report. The study was carried out in 8 EAG States of India, UP, MP, CG, Assam, Bihar, Jharkhand ,Rajasthan ,Orissa
Sponsored by: Prasar Bharati, Doordarshan New Delhi Year: 2007 Budgets: ₹ 7.00 Lakh

19. Process documentation of Radio Programme “Baat Pate Ki” focusing on HIV/AIDS


The functions were research design, data analysis & report writing. The MPSACS has assigned the job to Akashawani for creating awareness & behaviour change for the HIV and AIDS through a Radio Programme. The UNICEF had initiated this study and IIDM carried out the process documentation of these interventions. We assessed the impact in terms of change in behaviour & the involvement of community. It assessed the process gaps having influence on poor performance of the telecast. Our staff has deigned the research tools, collected data, analyzed the data & wrote the report. We documented the entire process of implementation.
Sponsored by: UNICEF Year: 2009 Budgets : ₹ 5.61 Lakh

20. Establishment of State Training Resource Centre in MP for Capacity Building of TI Organizations on HIV/AIDS Prevention


There were 81 TI organizations in MP where capacity building on TI functions was carried out by us. The STRC had also worked as knowledge bank for HIV/AIDS in MP. We had done Capacity Building Outreach workers, Peer Educators & Programme Managers & TI Directors etc. We also initiated the holistic development of the Model Learning sites as reference for the Other states. We also designed the STRC Website
Thematic training on finance management, Thematic training on MIS tools and STI/TI CMIS, Thematic training on program management was organised by us. Training on Abscess management and waste disposal, Modular training to ORWs of IDU TIs, Modular training to ORWs of core TIs, Modular training on outreach to Migrant TIs exposure Visits, Training on crisis management , were organised under this project. Four Operation Research Studies on MSM, IDUs, FSWsbwere conducted by our STRC.
Sponsored by : NACO, MoHFW, GOI, New Delhi Year : 2010 Budgets :₹ 55.00 Lakh

21. Establishment of State Training Resource Centre in MP &CG for capacity building of T Is working for IDUs supported by Global Fund Program Goal :

The overall goal of NACP-III was to halt and reverse the epidemic in India over the next 5 years by integrating programmes for prevention, care, support and treatment. with following objectives :
• Provide prevention and care services to the informal workers in key sectors (MOLE)
• Strengthen community, institutions and systems for MSM, hijara and transgender communities to increase reach and quality of services (India HIV/ AIDS Alliance)
• Strengthen the capacity, reach and quality of IDU harm reduction services (Emmanuel Hospital Association)
*This involved the holistic development of the Model Learning sites as reference for the Other states Modular training to ORWs of IDU TIs. We Planed:-
Modular training to ORWs of core TIs
Modular training on outreach to Migrant TIs
Exposure Visits, Training on crisis management
Sponsored by: EHA (Emmanual Health Association), Global Fund NACO MoHFW, New Delhi Year: 2011 Budgets : ₹ 70.00 Lakh

22. NIN Study


NIN was conducting survey in all the districts of Madhya Pradesh to assess the current nutrition status of lactating mothers and children below 5 years. IIDM was associated to facilitate designing of research tools and train the field investigators & facilitate the data collection work in addition to logistics management. Our research officers were deputed for facilitating data collection, managing logistics, the upkeep of measuring instruments. The research was designed by NIN in association with IIDM. The training for field investigators, rigours monitoring of field work and back check to be covered to make the quality data, collect data on sample basis for quality assurance were the main jobs carried out by NIN & IIDM. The CAB tests were carried out for measuring height/length, weight, Arm Circumference, Hb. & Iodine Salt etc. In this assignment & the measuring instruments were obtained from UNICEF. The analysis & report writing work was done by NIN Hyderabad The volume & spread of data was very wide covering all 50 districts of the state & more than 40 Investigators/Supervisors were involved in data collection exercise for over 6 months. Back checks were also done by IIDM/ NIN.
Sponsored by : NIN Hyderabad& GoMP-WCD Year : 2010 Budgets : ₹ 70.00 Lakh

23. Human Resources Development Interventions for Managerial Skills Development among district Health Officers & BMOs at District Vidisha & District Sehore in MP


This project was sponsored by DANIDA supported MP Basic Health Project-III. In this project we first assessed the training need for capacity building of the district health managers of Vidisha & Sehore. The problem solving & OD Intervention techniques were used in these interventions. The process consultation & problem solving approaches were extensively used in these interventions. The independent evaluation carried out by management expert found the approach highly effective. The managerial capabilities, motivational & problem solving capacities were developed among the health managers as an outcome of these interventions. Here our approach was IIDM model of empowerment.
Sponsored by : DANIDA MP-Basic Health Systems Programme (MP-BHSP-III). Year : 2005 Budgets : ₹ 2.00 Lakh


b. Woman & Child Health


24. End line Evaluation of Udisha Program of GOI under ICDS-III (Training component of World Bank ICDS Project)


This project was sponsored by World Bank Unit of Department of Women & Child Development, MoHRD, GOI. As on March 31, 2005 a total number of about 2.80 lakh Anganwadi Workers, about 9700 Supervisors, 3000 CDPOs/ACDPOs and 4.55 lakh Anganwadi Helpers were imparted ‘Job Training’ under this programme through 560 Anganwadi Training Centres (AWTCs), 50 Middle Level Training Centres and National Institute of Public Cooperation & Child Development (NIPCCD) in the country. The Innovative (other) training, Regular Training (Job/Orientation Training, Refresher Training and Training of trainers), IEC & Workshops were carried out under this programme. The proposed evaluation focused on : Assessment of impact of training on the knowledge and skills of ICDS functionaries with respect to ICDS objectives, Assessment of impact of regular training on quality of service delivery by the AWWs, Assessment of Effect of other (innovative) training with particular reference to needs of under-3 children; joint training with the health functionaries for convergence and participation of mothers/Adolescent Girls groups in health and nutrition activities at AWCs, Assessment of IEC Strategies for improved Community Participation, Assessment of quality of training with reference to training needs and field requirements, Assessment of impact of training in improving monitoring and supervision by the ICDS functionaries. The evaluation tools were designed in consultation with the client organization. The data were collected from 15 states of the country.
Sponsored by: Ministry of Women & Child Development Year: 2007 Budgets: ₹ 31.00 Lakh

25. AWTC & MLTC Evaluation Study


The study was sponsored by National Institute for Public Cooperation & Child Development, Department of Women & Child Development GOI. The main objective of the evaluation study was to undertake a systematic review of performance of the training inputs so as to suggest concrete steps to make the training component more effective & fruitful. Thus the study evaluated the functioning of AWTCs in terms of infrastructure & other facilities available for training of different ICDS functionaries. To streamline the minimum requirements for improving academic inputs in ICDS. The data were collected from 31 states of the country. Opinion Survey ( It involved Quantitative & Qualitative Research). The data were collected from Faculty members of the Institution & also from the trainees in the classes.
Sponsored by: NIPCCD Department of Women & Child Development GOI Year: 2007 Budgets: ₹ 10.00 Lakh

26. Study the Universalization & Utilization of MCP Card on Health & ICDS Institutions in Madhya Pradesh.


The functions were research design, data analysis & report writing. The ICDS Department of GOI has developed mother & Child Protection Card to records data related with pregnant women & mothers of 36 months old children. The similar data was already maintained by UIP card under RCH. The TAST wanted to avoid duplication of records. So a comparative study was needed. We assessed the utilization of both cards by users, service providers, their supervisors & their opinion about both cards.
Sponsored by: TAST established by DFID to support NRHM for Department of Health & Family Welfare, GO MP, Bhopal Year: 2009 Budgets: ₹ 6.62 Lakh

27. Nutrition Survey & End Line Evaluation of ICDS-II in MP


The Department of Women & Child Development GOMP wanted to assess the impact of ICDS programme in terms of changing the nutrition status of 0-6 years child, pregnant & lactating mothers & the adolescent girls in the state. It also wanted to assess the client satisfaction from the ICDS services in the state. The research instruments were designed & the evaluation was carried out.
Sponsored by: Government of MP & World Bank Year: 2002 Budgets: ₹ 18.00 Lakh

28. Nutrition Survey & End Line Evaluation of ICDS-II in CG


The Department of Women & Child Development GOCG wanted to assess the impact of ICDS programme in terms of changing the nutrition status of 0-6 years child, pregnant & lactating mothers & the adolescent girls in the state. It also wanted to assess the client satisfaction from the ICDS services in the state. The research instruments were designed & the evaluation was carried out.
Sponsored by: Department of Women & Child Development, DKS Nursing Hostel, RAIPUR, CG Year: 2002 Budgets: ₹ 12.00 Lakh

29. STEP Programme Evaluation for TAGORE Institute at Vidisha


The study was conducted by the Indian Institute of Development Management, Bhopal with the following objectives:
1. Assessing the impact of STEP programme on the target group.
2. Assessing the impact of each of the project on the status of women beneficiaries.
3. Analyzing the process of STEP interventions and proposed methodology in the project document.
After desk review, twenty five percent of the beneficiaries were selected for interview, schedules were prepared for beneficiaries, trainers and marketing & inventory control. The data ware collected from the field &analyzed.
Sponsored by: MoWCD, ShastriBhawan, New Delhi Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

30. STEP Programme for Social Welfare Institute at Ujjain.


The study was conducted by the Indian Institute of Development Management, Bhopal with the following objectives:
1. Assessing the impact of STEP programme on the target group.
2. Assessing the impact of each of the project on the status of women beneficiaries.
3. Analyzing the process of STEP interventions and proposed methodology in the project document.
We adopted the evaluation methodology as:
After desk review, one hundred nineteen women beneficiaries (25% of the women trained by HWS in animal husbandry & dairy farming) were selected for interview, schedules were prepared for beneficiaries, trainers and marketing & support services. The data were collected from the field &analyzed.
Sponsored by: MoWCD, ShastriBhawan, New Delhi Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 1.50 Lakh

31. Empowerment of Women Members of the Panchayats through building assertiveness in them at 16 Panchayats in District Harda


This project aimed to build capacity of the women members of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) by developing assertiveness into them. This was carried out by using behavioural therapy & process consultation & confrontation meetings of OD Interventions.

Sponsored by: Action Aid India, an international funding institution. IIDM worked in consortium with MVP. Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 4.40 Lakh

32. Maternal & Infant Survival Project at Timarni Sponsored by CARE/CIDA. (Pregnant & Lactating Women for Maternal & Infant Survival)


The project aimed at reducing maternal & infant mortality by providing nutritional inputs & better capacity utilization of the health facilities of Dept. of Women & Child Development and Dept. of Public Health & Family Welfare Govt. of MP. IIDM conducted community mobilization activities by empowering pregnant and lactating mothers to take health services. This was achieved by creating awareness & involving the community for identification of their needs & facilitating to find the solutions themselves by using IIDM model of empowerment. On the other hand service providers were also mobilized by IIDM team.
Sponsored by: Canadian International Development Agency CIDA & CARE MP. This project was implemented by us in consortium with MVP Ujjain. Year: 2000 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

33. Capacity Building of Clusters as Women Empowerment interventions in 9 districts of Madhya Pradesh.


This project was sponsored by IFAD supported MP Mahila Vitta Evam Vikas Nigam. In this project we first assessed the training need for capacity building of the members of the clusters formed by 10 or more SHGs by grouping together in the 9 project districts. The change facilitators were developed by the Institute. The guides/ manuals for change facilitators & background materials for the members of the clusters were also developed by the Institute.
Sponsored by: IFAD & MP Women Development Corporation (MPMVVN) Year: 2004 Budgets: ₹ 6.00 Lakh

34. Study the level of Preparedness of”SOS” Village Organization for Protection of Child Rights against HIV/ AIDS


The SOS International retained IIDM for international assessment of the preparedness of SOS Villages for protection of child rights against HIV & AIDS. The research design was made by us & the opinions were collected from their field offices in different states & HQ Delhi. The data were analysed & the findings were shared with the multi-country head of organizations.
Sponsored by: SOS Village International, Nizamuddin Colony, New Delhi Year: 2007 Budgets: ₹2.00 Lakh


c. Environment, Hygiene, Water & Sanitation


35. A Pilot Study on Health, Education, Environment and Development Project (HEED)


Pollution generated from the fuel used for cooking leaves great effect on the family members. To find out the results of the pollution a study was carried out in 4 villages and two urban blocks of Bhopal and Raisen districts. The data regarding occupation, education, economic, health, Marriage and other social customs, fuel used, agriculture patterns, facilities available at villages, educational and medical institutes were collected from head of the households and a woman of the household in between age of 15-49 years. The project was sponsored by National Council for Applied Economic Research New Delhi with collaboration from Teri New Delhi.
Sponsored by: National Council for Applied Economic Research, New Delhi & UNDP Year: 2004 Budgets: ₹ 0.50 Thousand

36. Total Sanitation Campaign Interventions in 30 villages in Berasia Block of district Bhopal in MP


This project was sponsored by Department of Public Health Engineering, Govt. of MP under TSC Scheme of Govt. of India. The main focus in this project was to motivate community for safe drinking water, sanitary living practices, health & hygiene issues in the personal & village environment. The awareness creation & motivating interventions were the tools to mobilize the community. Here our approach was IIDM model of empowerment. We have designed the training pedagogy, Course material, training Aids & finally facilitated the process. We carried out capacity building interventions for the community & school teachers, AWW & ANMs in the project area.
Sponsored by: PHED, GoMP Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 1.60 Lakh

37. Documentation of BCC Interventions in 4 key behaviours of health, education, sanitation & youth issues in five star villages & planning of BCC interventions in new villages in 8 blocks of Guna and Shivpuri districts in MP


The UNICEF sponsored the BCC interventions to 8 different NGOs in 8 blocks of Guna & Shivpuri districts.
UNICEF has been carrying out BCC interventions to modify the behaviours of the community for women & child health, youth behaviour towards HIV/AIDS & girls education through 8 different NGOs in these 2 districts. Some of the villages have shown improvement in these key behaviours. These have been graded as Five Star Villages. UNICEF was initiating the modified interventions in next set of villages. It required the baseline data for these key behaviours & assess the impact on the old intervention villages. UNICEF has partnered with NSS Organization & sought our help for research design and data analysis these research studies.
The focus of BCC had been on improving 4 key behaviours of health, education, sanitation & youth issues in these villages& planning of BCC interventions in new villages in 8 blocks of Guna and Shivpuri districts in MP. In the next phase they took another set of villages for BCC.
Sponsored by: UNICEF Year: 2010 Budgets: ₹ 3.50 Lakh

38. Implementation of WATSAN Project for Nasrullaganj Block.Child's Environment, Water Sanitation Health & Hygiene Improvement


This project was sponsored by UNICEF with funds from SIDA & DFID. The 3 year project aimed at mobilizing community for health & hygiene, safe water & sanitation practices in 198 villages of 81 Panchayat in Nasrullaganj block of District Sehore was carried out by us. For this purpose block intervention plan was prepared by us. In this project we enhanced the capacity of local service providers like ANM & AWW & also the local influencers like teachers & members of PRIs. The school sanitation intervention by forming school clubs & involving members of PTAs proved a successful intervetion. The strategy designed was utilizing the IIDM Model of Community Empowerment.
Sponsored by: UNICEF, E-7/650, Arera Colony, Bhopal MP Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 45.00 Lakh


d. Woman Empowerment &Gender Equity


39. Empowerment of Women Members of the Panchayats through building assertiveness in them at 16 Panchayats in District Harda


This project aimed to build capacity of the women members of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) by developing assertiveness into them. This was carried out by using behavioural therapy & process consultation & confrontation meetings of OD Interventions
Sponsored by: Action Aid India, an international funding institution. IIDM worked in consortium with MVP. Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 4.40 Lakh

40. Maternal & Infant Survival Project at Timarni Sponsored by CARE/CIDA. (Pregnant & Lactating Women for Maternal & Infant Survival)


The project aimed at reducing maternal & infant mortality by providing nutritional inputs & better capacity utilization of the health facilities of Dept. of Women & Child Development and Dept. of Public Health & Family Welfare Govt. of MP. IIDM conducted community mobilization activities by empowering pregnant, lactating mothers to take health services. This was achieved by creating awareness & involving the community for identification of their needs & facilitating to find the solutions themselves by using The IIDM model of empowerment. Service providers were also mobilized by IIDM team
Sponsored by: Canadian International Development Agency CIDA & CARE MP. This project was implemented by us in consortium with MVP Ujjain. Year: 2000 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

41.Capacity Building of Clusters as Women Empowerment interventions in 9 districts of Madhya Pradesh.


This project was sponsored by IFAD supported MP Mahila Vitta Evam Vikas Nigam. In this project we first assessed the training need for capacity building of the members of the clusters formed by 10 or more SHGs by grouping together in the 9 project districts. The change facilitators were developed by the Institute. The guides/ manuals for change facilitators & background materials for the members of the clusters were also developed by the Institute.
Sponsored by: IFAD & MP Women Development Corporation (MPMVVN) Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 6.00 Lakh

42. AWTC & MLTC Evaluation Study


The study was sponsored by National Institute for Public Cooperation & Child Development, Department of Women & Child Development GOI. The main objective of the evaluation study was to undertake a systematic review of performance of the training inputs so as to suggest concrete steps to make the training component more effective & fruitful. Thus the study evaluated the functioning of AWTCs in terms of infrastructure & other facilities available for training of different ICDS functionaries. To streamline the minimum requirements for improving academic inputs in ICDS. The data were collected from 31 states of the country. Opinion Survey ( It involved Quantitative & Qualitative Research). The data were collected from Faculty members of the Institution & also from the trainees in the classes.
Sponsored by: NIPCCD Department of Women & Child Development GOI Year: 2007 Budgets: ₹ 10.00 Lakh

43. Evaluating the level of Skill Adoption for Training on Agriculture subjects (MAPWA Project).


DANIDA under its MAPWA project imparted training on use of low cost technology in forming sector through farm women. This study has been sponsored by DANIDA, MP (Danish Embassy). The DANIDA has supported agricultural skill up-gradation intervention in 9 districts of MP by Dept. of Agriculture Govt. of MP using low cost technology.. In six of the districts the interventions had been initiated for more than a year at the time of evaluation. The Dept. of Agriculture & DANIDA wished to evaluate the level of adoption of technical skills and the gaps in approach. The focus has been on the qualitative research tools for data collection. The report has been submitted to the client and it was very well appreciated. (Year 2001)
Sponsored by: DANIDA, MP (Danish Embassy). Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 2.00 Lakh


e. Agriculture, Rural Development & Livelihood


44. STEP Programme Evaluation for TAGORE Institute at Vidisha


The study was conducted by the Indian Institute of Development Management, Bhopal with the following objectives:
1. Assessing the impact of STEP programme on the target group.
2. Assessing the impact of each of the project on the status of women beneficiaries.
3. Analyzing the process of STEP interventions and proposed methodology in the project document.
The adopted evaluation methodology was as:
After desk review, twenty five percent of the beneficiaries were selected for interview, schedules were prepared for beneficiaries, trainers and marketing & inventory control. The data ware collected from the field &analyzed.
Sponsored by: MoWCD, ShastriBhawan, New Delhi Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

45. STEP Programme for Social Welfare Institute at Ujjain
The study was conducted by the Indian Institute of Development Management, Bhopal with the following objectives: 1. Assessing the impact of STEP programme on the target group.
2. Assessing the impact of each of the project on the status of women beneficiaries.
3. Analyzing the process of STEP interventions and proposed methodology in the project document.
We adopted the evaluation methodology as: After desk review, one hundred nineteen women beneficiaries (25% of the women trained by HWS in animal husbandry & dairy farming) were selected for interview, schedules were prepared for beneficiaries, trainers and marketing & support services. The data were collected from the field &analyzed.
Sponsored by: MoWCD, ShastriBhawan, New Delhi Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 1.50 Lakh

46 Watershed Development for Mille Watershed.


Rajiv Gandhi Watershed Development Mission sponsored this project. In the milli water-shed at Harda there were 8 micro watersheds. It was a large project aimed at water & soil conservation to increase the agricultural productivity. The community was to be mobilized to participate in these interventions. 5% of the budget was spent for creating awareness & community mobilization. The project also aimed to empower the women in these 16 Villages by training them in economic production activities. Ownership involvement & empowerment are the key interventions for the success of the project. Our Institute carried out research design & development of research tools for C N A & designed awareness creation interventions in all the 16 villages of the Mili watershed.

The major activities carried out were:
1- Water Conservation
2- Water harvesting
3- Soil conservation
4- Developing green belt/ horticulture
5- Improving agriculture productivity by using advanced methods.
6- Developing Self Help Groups
7- Improving animal husbandry
8- Developing micro enterprises

Sponsored by: Department of Rural Development, GoMP. IIDM worked in consortium with MVP. Year: 1997 Budgets: ₹ 169.00 Lakh

47. Evaluating the level of Skill Adoption for Training on Agriculture subjects (MAPWA Project).


DANIDA under its MAPWA project imparted training on use of low cost technology in forming sector through farm women. This study has been sponsored by DANIDA, MP (Danish Embassy). The DANIDA has supported agricultural skill up-gradation intervention in 9 districts of MP by Dept. of Agriculture Govt. of MP using low cost technology.. In six of the districts the interventions had been initiated for more than a year at the time of evaluation. The Dept. of Agriculture & DANIDA wished to evaluate the level of adoption of technical skills and the gaps in approach. The focus has been on the qualitative research tools for data collection. The report has been submitted to the client and it was very well appreciated. (Year 2001)
Sponsored by: DANIDA, MP (Danish Embassy). Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 2.00 Lakh

48. Training Need Assessment Study for Integrated Live Stock Development Project (ILDP), Bastar.


The DANIDA supported Integrated Live Stock Development Project (ILDP) for Dept. of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry, Gov. Of MP and Chhattisgarh at Bastar. The project aimed its intervention for upgrading the skills of the required tribal community for the development of live stock at Bastar. Our study was aimed at identifying the capacity gap among the project team for HRD Interventions.
Sponsored by: DANIDA M.P. Year: 2001 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

49. India Program of Research on Human Development in India for MP (NCAER/ UNDP Research)


Planning Commission of India publishes Human Development Report after every ten years. The data regarding occupation, education, economic, health, Marriage and other social customs, agriculture, facilities available at villages, government schemes availed for economic empowerment, educational and medical institutes of 118 blocks of 21 districts of MP were collected from head of the households and women of the household in between age of 15-49 years. The project was sponsored by National Council for Applied Economic Research New Delhi with collaboration from University of Maryland, College Park. (Year-2005) It was a longitudinal study design.
Sponsored by: National Council for Applied Economic Research, IndraPrastha, New Delhi UNDP / University of Marryland Year : 2004 Budgets: ₹5.20 Lakh

50. Capacity Building of the members of Water User Associations for Participatory Irrigation Management


The training need assessment was done for the capacity building of water user associations. The training contents and then pedagogy was designed. Training was imparted accordingly.
Sponsored by: IIDM Bhopal Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

51. Capacity Building on Strategic planning & reporting of the NGO Executives.


This program was organized for the executives of partner NGOs of PACS program sponsored by DFID and managed by Development Alternatives & Coopers and Price Water House. In this program we dealt with the strategic management, proposal development, MIS, monitoring & evaluation, documentation & report writing concepts.
Sponsored by: DFID, New Delh Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 0.51 Thousand

52. Evaluation of Kerosine Distribution Scheme by Community involvement & enhanced transparancy in public distribution system as innovative approach in district governance in Mandla.


The Department Food & Civil Supplies in the District of Mandla was receiving complaints from the community that they are not getting kerosene at the FPS. They do not get the kerosene even as per their assigned quota. The situation analysis was carried out by collector Mandla. .To eradicate the black marketing is a tough job & it involved total re-engineering the process of distribution of kerosene. The collector Mandla adopted very simple community empowerment & transparency model to reduce the black marketing of kerosene in the district. IIDM assessed the impact of the modified system & ascertained to what extent the distribution to the beneficiaries could be improved. What is the level of satisfaction. IIDM also had to assess the feasibility of its replication in other districts in the country.
Of the New scheme which aims at : Modified Distribution Process:
1- Modification in the Entire distribution process
2- Transparency in the new system
3- Community Empowerment and monitoring
Thus the Intervention Study aimed at
1- To ascertain the level of satisfaction among the community about these interventions.
2- To assess the improvement in the availability of the services of the schemes such as kerosene oil to the consumers etc.
3- To identify strengths & weaknesses of the intervention vis-à-vis earlier status.
4- To modify the process for replication keeping in view the SWOT analysis.
5- To document the process of these interventions & assess the outcome of these interventions.
Sponsored by: Mr. K.K.Khare Collector (Mandla) Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh


f. Education


53. An Evaluation Study on the Impact of training of teachers on Enrolment, Achievement & Drop out in School Education in MP


This was a social science research study to evaluate the causes of low achievement, higher drop out and lower enrolment of the children and we also studied gender related issues in the villages of MP. The study was conducted in the District of Chhatarpur & Dhar in MP. Rajiv Gandhi PrathmikShiksha Mission, Govt. of MP sponsored the study under DPEP project of the World Bank
Sponsored by: Rajiv Gandhi PrathmikShiksha Mission Year: 1998 Budgets: ₹ 4.50 Lakh

54. Impact Evaluation of Entrepreneurship Development Training imparted to youths in MP


The Govt. of MP has launched a scheme to build the capacity of unemployed youths for self employment. The training were imparted by various agencies such as MP CON Ltd., CED-MAP, MP; & other STEP organizations. IIDM has assessed the impact of these trainings & the SWOT Analysis of the process of training.
Sponsored by: Department of Industries, Government of MP Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 0 .60 Thousand

55.Study the Impact of Elementary Child Care Education(ECCE) on transition of children at the primary education level and their achievement henceforth.


This study aimed at assessing the role of ECCE to promote/universalize the primary education, comparative study of achievement level ECCE oriented primary school learners and non ECCE oriented primary learners, Comparative cohort status of ECCE and non ECCE oriented primary learner
Sponsored by: RajyaShiksha Kendra, Govt MP Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 1.50 Lakh

56. Assessing the Impactof adequate instruction hours on the children and their achievement of learning in the opportunity period.


This study aimed at assessing the instructions flow and perception of the officials and teachers towards adequate instructional hours in elementary schools, assessing the perception, commitment and an awareness to provide opportunity of learning (Teachers, PTA, Administrators, students) studying the effect of instructional hours and an opportunity period on the achievement of children in different subjects and to draw conclusion for functional model of adequate instructional hours and promoting maximum learning opportunity period at elementary school level.
Sponsored by: RajyaShiksha Kendra, Govt. MP Year: 2006 Budgets:₹ 2.00 Lakh

57. Evaluation of Public Superintendence & Community Empowerment approach for Effetive Control & Supervision of School Management in Mandla


It was a public monitoring & public control system adopted for improved governance of school education. The district administration thought it better to involve the community & facilitated their system of monitoring. The system also took advantage of modern communication tools by recording the communication by deploying a dedicated clerk for the job at the district level. There after fixing the responsibility to solve the problem was done. This study aimed at:
• Assessing the outcomes of the current scheme on the educational institutions, teachers and last but not the least on the students.
• Assessing the ease in monitoring the teachers of the concerned educational institutes by the current scheme.
• Documenting the detailed process and steps involved in the current monitoring system.
• To gauge the strengths and weaknesses of the system and suggest modifications in the monitoring system.
• Assessing the impact of the monitoring on teacher’s attendance
Sponsored by: UNDP, Collector (Mandla), Madhya Pradesh, Karyalay Collector Mandla Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

g. Devolution of Power, Panchayat & Local Self Governance


58. Empowerment of Women Members of the Panchayats through building assertiveness in them at 16 Panchayats in District Harda


This project aimed to build capacity of the women members of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) by developing assertiveness into them. This was carried out by using behavioural therapy & process consultation & confrontation meetings of OD Interventions.
Sponsored by: Action Aid India, an international funding institution. IIDM worked in consortium with MVP. Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 4.40 Lakh

59. Interdepartmental Team Building Interventions for Health Department & DUDA at Bhopal


The National Leprosy Eradication Programme is a vertical health programme. The social stigma is associated with leprosy so the cases were not brought forward for treatment. Therefore the District Urban Development Agency (DUDA) working with the community in the slum areas was involved with the District NLEP staff & team building interventions for problem identification & solving were made.
Sponsored by: Danish Leprosy Eradication Programmer of Danish Embassy, New Delhi Year: 2000 Budgets: ₹ 0.50 Thousand

60. Impact Evaluation of Training imparted to Members of Village Health Committees sponsored by DANIDA


First TOT programs were organized at Gwalior for District Level Master Trainers comprising of district level officers from Department of Education, Public Health Engineering, Public Health and Family Welfare & Women & Child Development. About 50 trainees had undergone training in two batches. The master trainers imparted training to members of Village Health Committees at block level (313 blocks in the state & so about 20000 trainees received the training). The DANIDA had given the charge to IIDM to evaluate the impact of these training programs. Our staff designed the data collection tools & collected the data from the trained members of the village health Committees and assessed the result.
Sponsored by: Project Director MPBHSP- III, G-11, Paramount village, Shamla Hills, Bhopal, MP Year: 2004 Budgets: ₹ 3.00 Lakh

61. Total Sanitation Campaign Interventions in 30 PRIs/ Villages in Berasia Block of district Bhopal in MP


This project was sponsored by Department of Public Health Engineering, Govt. of MP under TSC Scheme of Govt. of India. The main focus in this project was to motivate community for safe drinking water, sanitary living practices, health & hygiene issues in the personal & village environment. The awareness creation & motivating interventions were the tools to mobilize the community. Here our approach based on the IIDM model of empowerment. We also designed the training pedagogy, Course material, training Aids & finally facilitated the process. We carried out capacity building interventions for the community & school teachers, AWW & ANMs in the project area.
Sponsored by: PHED, GoMP Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 1.60 Lakh

62. Evaluation of Kerosene Distribution Scheme by Community involvement & enhanced transparency in public distribution system as innovative approach in district governance inMandla.


The Department Food & Civil Supplies in the District of Mandla was receiving complaints from the community that they are not getting kerosene at the FPS. They do not get the kerosene even as per their assigned quota. The situation analysis was carried out by collector Mandla. .To eradicate the black marketing is a tough job & it involved total re-engineering the process of distribution of kerosene. The collector Mandla adopted very simple community empowerment & transparency model to reduce the black marketing of kerosene in the district.
IIDM assessed the impact of the modified system & ascertained to what extent the distribution to the beneficiaries could be improved. What is the level of satisfaction. IIDM will also try to assess the feasibility of its replication in other districts in the country. Of the New scheme which aims at :Modified Distribution Process:
1- Modification in the Entire distribution process
2- Transparency in the new system
3- Community Empowerment and monitoring
Thus the Study aimed at
1- To ascertain the level of satisfaction among the community about these interventions.
2- To assess the improvement in the availability of the services of the schemes such as kerosene oil to the consumers etc.
3- To identify strengths & weaknesses of the intervention vis-à-vis earlier status.
4- To modify the process for replication keeping in view the SWOT analysis.
5- To document the process of these interventions & assess the outcome of these interventions.
Sponsored by: Mr. UNDP, Collector (Mandla), Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

63. Capacity Building of Members of Local Self Governance in Urban Municipalities


The training need was assessed. It was run induction training for newly elected members and capacity building for CDS members in UBS towns
Sponsored by: Department of Urban Development Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 5.00 Lakh

64. Operational Research Study for Reducing Maternal Mortality by empowering PRIs & community in MP


This project aimed to identify the causes of high maternal mortality with specific reference to 4 Ds, developing community interventions for reducing MMR in the area. The Institute has carried out prospective as well as retrospective methods of data collection on the causes. In case of retrospective data collection we adopted verbal autopsy of the causes from the siblings.
Sponsored by: DANIDA MPBHSP-III Year: 2002 Budgets: ₹ 11.00 Lakh

65. Training Women Members in Khilchipur & Jeerapur


DANIDA (MPBHSP-III) has assigned the job of capacity building of members of PRIs, CBOs, NGOs, SHGs & other women groups in 2 blocks of district Rajgarh about gender, women empowerment and relevant documentation skills. The IIDM team helped in developing the training aids & imparted training to 300 women members on these subjects. Based on the training a few members developed intervention projects which were later on funded by DANIDA BHSP-III towards their empowerment.
Sponsored by: DANIDA MPBHSP-III Year: 2005 Budgets: ₹2.00 Lakh

66. Impact Evaluation of Training imparted to Members of Village Health Committees sponsored by DANIDA


First TOT programs were organized at Gwalior for District Level Master Trainers comprising of district level officers from Department of Education, Public Health Engineering, Public Health and Family Welfare & Women & Child Development. About 50 trainees had undergone training in two batches. The master trainers imparted training to members of Village Health Committees at block level (313 blocks in the state & so about 20000 trainees received the training). The DANIDA had given the charge to IIDM to evaluate the impact of these training programs. Our staff designed the data collection tools & collected the data from the trained members of the village health Committees and assessed the result
Sponsored by: DANIDA MPBHSP-III Year: 2004 Budgets: ₹ 3.00 Lakh

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67. Sensitization of District Level Officers of Development Departments for Training of Village Health Committee Members at Block Level in their district


IIDM was retained for conducting sensitization of district level officers in the department of Education, Public Health, Women & Child Development and Health & FW. In the another part of the assignment, master trainers in each district were prepared who imparted training to members of Village Health Committees a major component of PRI at village level.
Sponsored by: DANIDA MPBHSP-III Year: 2005 Budgets: ₹ 2.00 Lakh

h. Police & Prison Administration


68. Development of Key Performance Indices for Prison Personnel in India


The prison rules were drafted time & again but the performance appraisal was never given due importance. The need for the same was felt by Bureau of Police Research & Development (BPR&D), GOI. Therefore this job was assigned to IIDM with the objectives such as to identify and define key performance indices, encompassing ‘best practices’, for prison personnel in India at different organizational levels and in different functional areas; to evolve a system of performance appraisal in the prisons of the country which paves the way for continuous feedback ,which in turn, leads to sustained efficiency and professionalism at the functionary level and effectiveness at the organizational level. To design and institutionalize the ‘human resource’ practice of performance appraisal as a means to achieve clarity in role-expectations, and role-identification and role-adherence; and to work out a system for objectively rank-ordering prison functionaries for the purposes of various monetary and non-monetary rewards / awards at the departmental, state and national levels. IIDM has designed the appropriate tools to collect the data to meet the objectives. The data were collected by IIDM from the State Directorate of Prisons, Central Jails, District Jails, Special Jails and from Sub Jails of 16 states & 2 Union Territories. The project was conducted under the guidance of Dr. M. Z. Khan former Dean, JamiaMiliaIslamia University, New Delhi
Sponsored by: Bureau of Police Research & Development, Ministry of Home Affairs, and Government of India Year: 2009 Budgets: ₹ 20.00 Lakh

69. A study for evaluation of the status of Women Prisoners Rehabilitation in MP


This study aimed to look into the vulnerable situation of women prisoners in the state and the status of efforts of Govt. for their rehabilitation.
This study aimd:- . To ascertain the factors helpful in reducing the social isolation of the prisoners for their better tomorrow.
. To ascertain what has been the status of women (post release) after releasing from jail i.e. adoption in the family and by the society.
. To ascertain the factors helpful in reducing recidivism & increasing employment opportunities for women.
. To raise a question on the effectiveness of relevant programs, pointing towards particular attributes contributing to the possible outcomes.
. Assessing the problems in amalgamating with the society.
. Assessing the status of Govt. schemes whether the inmates able to get benefits after their release.
. Assessing the status of Social stigma associated with released prisoners.
Sponsored by: Department of Home, Govt. of of MP (Prisons) Year: 2011 Budgets: IIDM

70. Impact Evaluation of Soft Skills Training to Police Personnel in Punjab


Two types of training programmes were designed. One, three-day training programme for Constables, Head Constables and ASIs & other one a five day training programme for master trainers. IIDM carried out evaluation to assess the impact of training. The tools for evaluation were designed in consultation with the client.

The study aimed:

1. To assess whether the topics selected in two programmes were adequate or was there any need for exclusion/inclusion of any topics.
2. To assess whether the duration of the two courses was appropriate or needed change?
3. To ascertain the Quality of training on a scale of ( 0-5) : Content, Style of presentation – lecture or participative interaction, Police context Quality of study material provided
Sponsored by: National Police Mission, BPRD, MoHA, GOI New Delhi Year: 2013 Budgets: ₹ 4.00 Lakh

71. MP Tourism awareness program ,BCC /Change Management Training programme for Police Staff


The training need assessment was done for the capacity building of various stake holders of the MP Tourism industry . A complete Problem diagnosis was done on the location and with authentic video and audio recordings of the issues being faced by both tourists and the stakeholders to Sensitize was used
Introduction to the best practices and the BCC interventions were done on the stakeholders .Like Auto rickshaw pullers ,Taxi drivers, Kuli ,Regular shops associations. The training contents and then pedagogy was designed. Training was imparted accordingly to various tourist places in accordance with their tourism importance. Like sensitize about the national and international tourist perceptions. During the training the police personnel were trained on the importance and do’s and don’ts of Body Language, Facial Gesture and the basics of hygiene, health and sanitation in the city.
The training also tried to equip them with some basic English words to interact with different genre of tourists also by brainstorming on the best alternative ways to communicate with limited language exposure. Historical Tourism, Mythological Tourism, Wild life tourism , Traditional or product tourism were also discussed with them.
Sponsored by: Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadbhada Road, Bhopal - 462 003. 0755-4027169 Fax: +91-755-2779476/2774289 Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 1.75 Lakh

I Banking


72. OD Interventions in District Central Cooperative Banks & District Land Development Banks


This project was sponsored by National Bank of Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD). The project has been sponsored to improve the performance of the banks. In the first phase of this project the Institute developed 22 senior managers from NABARD as ODI facilitators. In the second phase along with the trained managers the institute helped to carry out OD interventions of the cooperative banks & Land Development Banks at district level.
Sponsored by: National Bank of Agriculture & Rural Development Year: 2000 Budgets: ₹ 0.50 Thousand

j. Public Distribution


73. Assessing level of awareness of the consumers of the PDS about the scheme


Department of Food & Civil Supplies have retained us to carryout the study for assessing the level of awareness among the beneficiaries of PDS in Districts Raisen. The assessment tools were designed and the opinions were obtained. The report was prepared
Sponsored by: Department of Food & Civil Supplies GoMP Year: 2010 Budgets: IIDM

74. Rapid assessment of the effectiveness of Mandla Jan PradyaScheme of PDS


The Department decided to launch the Door to Door supply of food grains for 3 months requirement in contrast to present system of monthly supply. This has resulted into various advantage to beneficiary and the programme manager. The usefulness, viability, strength & Weakness of the scheme were assessed in this project.
Sponsored by: Commissioner, Department of Food & Civil Supply, Govt of MP Year: 2010 Budgets: IIDM

k. Tribal Development


75. Establishing Health Education Facilities in Bicchiya Block of Mandla


The IIDM first carried out formative research for health seeking behaviour among the tribals in Bichhiya block before establishing the secondary level health care facilities. The study for health seeking behaviour was carried out. The health education strategies were developed. The health education was provided to the community for Institutional delivery, preventing malaria & skin diseases.
Sponsored by: MVP Ujjain Year: 2006 Budgets: ₹ 30.lakh

76. Training Need Assessment Study for Integrated Live Stock Development Project (ILDP), Basta


This project was sponsored by DANIDA. The DANIDA supported Integrated Live Stock Development Project (ILDP) for Dept. of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry, GoMP and Chhattisgarh at Bastar. The project aimed its intervention for upgrading the skills of the required tribal community for the development of live stock at Bastar. Our study was aimed at identifying the capacity gap among the project team for HRD Interventions.
Sponsored by: DANIDA M.P. Year: 2001 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

77. Evaluating the level of Skill Adoption for Training on Agriculture subjects (MAPWA Project).


DANIDA under its MAPWA project imparted training on use of low cost technology in forming sector through farm women. This study has been sponsored by DANIDA, MP (Danish Embassy). The DANIDA has supported agricultural skill up-gradation intervention in 9 districts of MP by Dept. of Agriculture Govt. of MP using low cost technology.. In six of the districts the interventions had been initiated for more than a year at the time of evaluation. The Dept. of Agriculture & DANIDA wished to evaluate the level of adoption of technical skills and the gaps in approach. The focus has been on the qualitative research tools for data collection. The report has been submitted to the client and it was very well appreciated. (Year 2001)
Sponsored by: DANIDA, MP (Danish Embassy). Year: 1999 Budgets: ₹ 2.00 Lakh

78. Evaluation of Using MNREGA Platform for Sustainable Assets Development in Mandla, MP an innovative approach in district governance.


After several thought processes and discussions it was decided that under the current scheme, raising boundaries (med bandhan) on agricultural lands was found a viable solution to hold water resulting into containment of ground water for a longer time in the fields. This reduced the requirement of irrigation & increasing yields in the agricultural fields. At the same time it also generated employment for the rural community. We were hired to evalute the scheme
The Study Aimed at :
1) Assessing the soco-economic benefits of “Medh –Bandan” on the people of Mandla.
2) Assessing the inefficiencies of the current scheme.
3) Documenting the detailed process and steps involved in the current scheme.
4) To gauge the strengths and weaknesses of the system and suggest modifications in the employment program.
5) Impact of “Medh –Bandan” on the agricultural productivity, creating employment and on the lives of tribal people.
Sponsored by: UNDP C/O , Collector (Mandla), Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: 2.50

80. Evaluation of Public Superintendence & Community Empowerment approach for Effective Control & Supervision of School Management in Mandla.

It was a public monitoring & public control system adopted for improved governance of school education. The district administration thought it better to involve the community &facilitated their system of monitoring. The system also took advantage of modern communication tools by recording the communication by deploying a dedicated clerk for the job at the district level. There after fixing the responsibility to solve the problem we were asked to evalute thease interventions.
This study aimed at:
• Assessing the outcomes of the current scheme on the educational institutions, teachers and last but not the least on the students.
• Assessing the ease in monitoring the teachers of the concerned educational institutes by the current scheme.
• Documenting the detailed process and steps involved in the current monitoring system.
• To gauge the strengths and weaknesses of the system and suggest modifications in the monitoring system.
• Assessing the impact of the monitoring on teacher’s attendance.
Sponsored by: UNDP C/O Collector (Mandla) Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

81. A study of evaluating handling of the community grievances using camp approach in district governance in Mandla


The “Samasya Nivaran Shivir” are organised at the Panchayat and the Janpad level. In earlier process these were held at district level. The impact of decentralised approach with effective planning was assessed by IIDM.As all the efforts are made to solve the problems at these shivirs even then they were unable to solve the problems of the people from the villages. The administration in Mandla noticed the following shortcomings in the welfare scheme:
a- The needy person, for whom the camps were organized, did not reach the camp.
b- The camps were limited to the dominating/ influential persons only.
c- The service providers were not taking any initiative after the implementation of the scheme.
This intervention was focused on Community Empowerment and Transparency Measures in the state proceedings

This study aimed at:
1. To ascertain the level of satisfaction among the community about these interventions.
2. To assess the improvement in the availability of the services of the schemes.
3. To identify strengths & weaknesses of the intervention vis-à-vis earlier status.
4. To modify the process for replication keeping in view the SWOT analysis.
5. To document the process of these interventions & assess the outcome of these interventions.
Sponsored by: UNDO C/0 Collector (Mandla) Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

l. Public Interest Activities (RTI, IPR, Consumer Protection)


82. Developing RTI Manual for Department of Health & Family Welfare


In the Year 2007 when RTI Act was implemented in MP. The Department of health & Family Welfare retained IIDM to prepare the Manual containing all the documents as per the provisions of RTI Act. IIDM compiled all the available data in the form desired as per the act. IIDM also developed the capacity of all the concerned officers of the department.
Sponsored by: Department of Health & Family Welfare GOMP. Year: 2007 Budgets: ₹ 1.00 Lakh

83. Assessing level of awareness of the consumers of the PDS about the scheme


Department of Food & Civil Supplies have retained us to carryout the study for assessing the level of awareness among the beneficiaries of PDS in Districts Raisen. The assessment tools were designed and the opinions were obtained. The report was prepared
Sponsored by: . Department of Food & Civil Supplies GoMP Year: 2011 Budgets: SELF

84. Awareness Development among the community for consumer rights & representing disputes to Consumer Courts


MVP has sponsored the project to establish consumer counselling centres at Ujjain & Bhopal. The IIDM provided counselling to the consumers & helped in drafting their representations in different consumer courts from district forum to State Forum.
Sponsored by: MVP, 6 Rajaswa Colony, Ujjain Year: 2008-09 Budgets: ₹ 4.00 Lakh

m. Social Justice


85. Impact Evaluation of Beggary Eradication Schemes of Ministry of Social Justice, GoMP.


The functions were research design, data collection, data analysis & report writing. The Govt. of MP has implemented number of measures to eradicate beggary in the state along with an ordinance to control the expansion of beggary. IIDM assessed the impact of these interventions & also identified the causes associated with beggary so that appropriate measures can also be taken up. Our staff has deigned the research tools, collected data, analyzed the data & wrote the report.
Sponsored by: Department of Social Justice & Empowerment through RCVP Naronha Academy of Admn. Bhopal MP Year: 2005 Budgets: ₹ 3.5 Lakh

86. Impact Evaluation of different schemes for Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons by Ministry of Social Justice, GoMP


The Govt. of MP has launched an integrated community driven programme for rehabilitation of the disabled persons/ physically challenged persons in the state. The GoMP wanted us to assess the impact of the programme & find out the SWOT analysis of these interventions. An evaluation study was carried out by the Institute.
Sponsored by: Department of Social Justice & Empowerment through RCVP Academy of Administration, Govt of MP, Hitkarni Nagar, Bhopal MP Year: 2005 Budgets: ₹ 4.25 Lakh

87. Impact Evaluation of Rehabilitation Program for Disabled persons in M.P.


The study has been sponsored by Ministry of Empowerment & Social Justice, GOI for evaluating the Chunouti Program of Govt. of MP. The Chunouti Program has been launched by Dept. of Panchayat & Social Welfare, Govt. of MP for rehabilitation of disabled persons in the state. The study has evaluated the efficiency & effectiveness of the program interventions. It has also found out the gaps & the lessons learnt from these interventions. The Chunouti Program was to continue for 2 more years in the state. Therefore this study had also brought out mid term evaluation aspects.
Sponsored by: Govt of India, Ministry of Empowerment & Social Justice. Shastri Bhwan, New Delhi 110001 Year: 2002 Budgets: ₹ 3.30 Lakh

n. Governance, E-Governance & IT in Development


88. Community Information Need Assessment for e-governance in Bhopal M.P.


MP Agency for Promotion of Information Technology (MAP-IT) a department of GoMP under project "Bhojpatra", wanted to probe deeper & deduce the information needs related to the community of the various civic services that were being provided by the government and private sector. The institute carried out a scientific study and had assessed relevant information of the various services being sought by the citizens of Bhopal. The data was collected form 12 wards, religious/tourist places & from the services providers also. Study outcome has helped the web site designers to prioritize the areas for computerization and on-line services.
Sponsored by: MAPIT Govt. M.P. Year: 2001 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

89. Rapid assessment of the effectiveness of Mandla Jan Pradya Scheme of PDS


The Department decided to launch the Door to Door supply of food grains for 3 months requirement in contrast to present system of monthly supply. This has resulted into various advantage to beneficiary and the programme manager. The usefulness, viability, strength & Weakness of the scheme were assessed in this project.
Sponsored by: Commissioner, Food & Civil Supplies, Govt of MP, Vindhyachal Bhawan, Bhopal Year: 2010 Budgets: SELF

90. Evaluation of Using MNREGA Platform for Sustainable Assets Development in Mandla, MP an innovative approach in district governance.

After several thought processes and discussions it was decided that under the current scheme, raising boundaries (med bandhan) on agricultural lands was found a viable solution to hold water resulting into containment of ground water for a longer time in the fields. This reduced the requirement of irrigation & increasing yields in the agricultural fields. At the same time it also generated employment for the rural community. The Study Aimed at :
1) Assessing the soco-economic benefits of “Medh –Bandan” on the people of Mandla.
2) Assessing the inefficiencies of the current scheme.
3) Documenting the detailed process and steps involved in the current scheme.
4) To gauge the strengths and weaknesses of the system and suggest modifications in the employment program.
5) Impact of “Medh –Bandan” on the agricultural productivity, creating employment and on the lives of tribal people.
Sponsored by: Mr. K K Khare Collector (Mandla) Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

91. Evaluation of Kerosine Distribution Scheme by Community involvement & enhanced transparancy in public distribution system as innovative approach in district governance in Mandla.


The Department Food & Civil Supplies in the District of Mandla was receiving complaints from the community that they are not getting kerosene at the FPS. They do not get the kerosene even as per their assigned quota. The situation analysis was carried out by collector Mandla. .To eradicate the black marketing is a tough job & it involved total re-engineering the process of distribution of kerosene. The collector Mandla adopted very simple community empowerment & transparency model to reduce the black marketing of kerosene in the district.

IIDM assessed the impact of the modified system & ascertained to what extent the distribution to the beneficiaries could be improved. What is the level of satisfaction. IIDM will also try to assess the feasibility of its replication in other districts in the country. Of the New scheme which aims at :Modified Distribution Process:
1- Modification in the Entire distribution process
2- Transparency in the new system
3- Community Empowerment and monitoring
Thus the Intervention Study aimed at
1- To ascertain the level of satisfaction among the community about these interventions.
2- To assess the improvement in the availability of the services of the schemes such as kerosene oil to the consumers etc.
3- To identify strengths & weaknesses of the intervention vis-à-vis earlier status.
4- To modify the process for replication keeping in view the SWOT analysis.
5- To document the process of these interventions & assess the outcome of these interventions.
Sponsored by: Mr. K K Khare Collector (Mandla) Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

92. Evaluation of Public Superintendence & Community Empowerment approach for Effective Control & Supervision of School Management in Mandl


It was a public monitoring & public control system adopted for improved governance of school education. The district administration thought it better to involve the community & facilitated their system of monitoring. The system also took advantage of modern communication tools by recording the communication by deploying a dedicated clerk for the job at the district level. There after fixing the responsibility to solve the problem.

This study aimed at:
• Assessing the outcomes of the current scheme on the educational institutions, teachers and last but not the least on the students.
• Assessing the ease in monitoring the teachers of the concerned educational institutes by the current scheme.
• Documenting the detailed process and steps involved in the current monitoring system.
• To gauge the strengths and weaknesses of the system and suggest modifications in the monitoring system.
• Assessing the impact of the monitoring on teacher’s attendance.
Sponsored by: Mr. K K Khare Collector (Mandla) Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

93. A study of evaluating handling of the community grievances using camp approach in district governance in Mandla


The “Samasya Nivaran Shivir” are organised at the Panchayat and the Janpad level. In earlier process these were held at district level. The impact of decentralised approach with effective planning was assessed by IIDM.As all the efforts are made to solve the problems at these shivirs even then they were unable to solve the problems of the people from the villages. The administration in Mandla noticed the following shortcomings in the welfare scheme:

a- The needy person, for whom the camps were organized, did not reach the camp.
b- The camps were limited to the dominating/ influential persons only.
c- The service providers were not taking any initiative after the implementation of the scheme.
This intervention was focused on Community Empowerment and Transparency Measures in the state proceedings
This study aimed at:
1. To ascertain the level of satisfaction among the community about these interventions.
2. To assess the improvement in the availability of the services of the schemes.
3. To identify strengths & weaknesses of the intervention vis-à-vis earlier status.
4. To modify the process for replication keeping in view the SWOT analysis.
5. To document the process of these interventions & assess the outcome of these interventions.
Sponsored by: Mr. K K Khare Collector (Mandla) Madhya Pradesh Year: 2011 Budgets: ₹ 2.50 Lakh

o. CSR Interventions Planning & Audit


94. JAAGO JAAGO Jug-Jug-JIYO Campaign for Water Conservation (Community Mobilization - A CSR Programme of BP)


This was a CSR Intervention of British Petroleum for rural development.
This intervention project was to mobilize the community to identify the burning issues in the area & then solve the problems themselves. The people in the project area were suffering from drought for last 3 years resulting into water table being as low as 300 meters. They identified the water harvesting & water conservation as their major problem. The project was sponsored by British Petroleum ( CRB Castrol) under the guidance of Ogilvy & Mather mumbai. The interventions were made to mobilize the community by adopting MWK model of IIDM. Our Behaviour change communication strategy was tested at these villages.
For this the situation analysis of the community in 40 villages of District Ujjain about the KAP for need of water conservation was carried out by using participatory research methods such as PRA, role plays, chapatti diagram etc. OD interventions by using process consultation, confrontation, problem solving approaches were used for Another idea was to develop the reinforcing communication for the product with out going for direct advertisement. We developed the campaign for water conservation through local folk media. In these campaigns the CRB Castrol Sign Boards were in the background indirectly reinforcing the product demand. The Panchayati Raj Institutions were also empowered in these issues as for each major activity their permission was ensured. The total budget was Rs. 5,50,000/- This has made the local community to take over the maintenance of water & sanitation infrastructure in the village developed by themselves..
The community mobilization & empowerment were the major objectives which was achieved by involving the community in problem identification & deriving their solutions jointly.
Sponsored by: British Petroleum, Mumbai & Ogilvy & Mathers O&M, Mahindra Towers, Bombay Year: 2003 Budgets: ₹ 5.50 Lakh

95. Media Campaign :Corporate Social Responsibility Interventions of Hindustan Uniliver for Swasthya Bharat Abhiyan by creating awareness among the women & children against malnutrition in rural India.


IIDM was retained by Hindustan Unilever Ltd., Mumbai as a Nodal Agency to create awareness about the importance of nutrition among the community in MP & Chhattisgarh, initially for its Swasthya Bharat Abhiyan. Later on the same project was planned to be expanded to the other states also. For situation analysis the data collection was done throughout the state by connecting with the local NGOs in each state. The communication interventions were designed by Ogilvy & Mather, Mumbai, by incorporating inputs of BCC from us. The capacity building interventions and M&E for the partner NGOs at the district level was done by IIDM. The assessment of Knowledge, Attitude and Practices (KAP) about nutrition behaviour among lactating mothers, pregnant women, adolescent girls and children were done and in accordance with it the awareness programme were designed by us.
Sponsored by: Hindustan Unilever Limited Year: 2009 Budgets: 70

Experience of Capacity Building, Training & Development


TRAINING, HRD, DEVELOPMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING PROJECTS
Assignment name: NRF Project Location: Raisen in MP Name and contact details of Client : Ministry of Industries GOI. IIDM worked in consortium with MVP. Start Date: Apr-96 Completion Date : Apr-96 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) : 1.50
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Assignment name: PMIUPEP Project Location: Hoshagabad, Itarsi and Nagda in MP Name and contact details of Client : Ministry of Urban Welfare & Development, Govt. M.P. IIDM worked in consortium with MVP. Start Date : Dec-96 Completion Date : Aug-97 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) : 5.20
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Assignment name: Supervisory Skills Development of Health Supervisors in Sagar & Rewa Division of MP Location: Sagar & Rewa Divisions of MP State Name and contact details of Client : IPP-VI World Bank Project & Department of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of MP Start Date : Dec-98 Completion Date : Mar-99 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) : 5.00
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Assignment name: Teambuilding Interventions in the State Leprosy Cell, Directorate of Public Health & Family Welfare GoMP Location: MP Name and contact details of Client : DANIDA MP Start Date : Jan-00 Completion Date : Aug-01 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) : 2.50
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Assignment name:Interdepartmental Team Building Interventions for Health Department & DUDA at Bhopal Location:Bhopal in MP Name and contact details of Client :Danish Leprosy Eradication Programme of Danish Embassy, New Delhi Start Date :Oct-00 Completion Date :Oct-00 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :0.50
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Assignment name:Training Need Assessment Study for Integrated Live Stock Development Project (ILDP), Bastar. Location:Bastar in Chhattisgarh Name and contact details of Client :DANIDA M.P. Start Date :Oct-01 Completion Date :Oct-01 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.00
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Assignment name:Impact Evaluation of Training imparted to Members of Village Health Committees sponsored by DANIDA Location:All MP Name and contact details of Client :Dr I C Tiwari Consultant, DANIDA Start Date :Aug-04 Completion Date :Mar-04 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :3.00
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Assignment name:Training Interventions for Sensitizing Sarpanch & Upsarpanchs for Gender Equity in Rajgarh MP Location:District Rajgarh, MP Name and contact details of Client :DANIDA under MP Basic Health System Program. Start Date :Aug-04 Completion Date :Nov-05 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :2.50
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Assignment name:Capacity Building of Clusters as Women Empowerment interventions in 9 districts of Madhya Pradesh. Location:MP Name and contact details of Client :IFAD & MP Women Development Corporation (MPMVVN) Start Date :Nov-04 Completion Date :Jun-05 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :6.00
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Assignment name:Human Resources Development Interventions for Managerial Skills Development among district Health Officers & BMOs at District Vidisha & District Sehore in MP Location: 2 (Vidisha & Sehore ) Districts in MP Name and contact details of Client :DANIDA MP-Basic Health Systems Programme (MP-BHSP-III). Start Date :Jan-05 Completion Date :Sep-05 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :2.00
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Assignment name : Personality Development & Time Management training to the NHDC Executives. Location : MP Name and contact details of Client : Executives & Engineers of Narmada Hydroelectric Development Corporation Start Date : Jan-05 Completion Date : Dec-05 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) : 1.00
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Assignment name :Training on Development Models of IIDM at JPSS Pratapgarh, UP Location : Pratapgargh in UP Name and contact details of Client : Jan Priya Seva Sansthan Start Date : Jun-05 Completion Date : Jun-05 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :0.50
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Assignment name :Sensitization of District Level Officers of Development Departments for Training of Village Health Committee Members at Block Level in their district Location : All Districts in MP Name and contact details of Client :DANIDA under MP Basic Health System Program Start Date :Aug-05 Completion Date : Jan-06 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :2.00
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Assignment name :Train the Trainers Program for Training of Village Health Committee Members at the Block Level. Location : MP Name and contact details of Client :DANIDA Basic Health Support System Start Date :Aug-05 Completion Date : Jan-06 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :2.00
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Assignment name :Training on Team Building, communication & motivation techniques for the executives of Steel Tubes of India- Sanoh Dewas, Madhya Pradesh Location : Dewas in MP Name and contact details of Client :Steel Tubes of India -Sanoh Dewas Start Date :Sep-05 Completion Date : Oct-05 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :0.50
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Assignment name :Capacity Building of the members of Water User Associations for Participatory Irrigation Management Location : MP Name and contact details of Client :Planned project Start Date :Apr-06 Completion Date : Jun-06 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.00
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Assignment name :Capacity Building on Strategic planning & reporting of the NGO Executives. Location : MP, UP, Maharashtra Jharkhand, Bihar Name and contact details of Client :DFID, New Delhi Start Date :Jun-06 Completion Date : Sep-06 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :0.50
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Assignment name :Capacity Building of Members of Local Self Governance in Urban Municipalities. Location : Bhopal and Ujjain Divisions in MP Name and contact details of Client :Department of Urban Development Start Date :Aug-06 Completion Date : Sep-07 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :5.00
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Assignment name :BCC & Intra Communication Training Program for DPMs of RCH Program Managers and District Media Officers. Location : MP (All Districts of MP) Name and contact details of Client :Directorate of Health & Family Welfare, GoMP Bhopal Dr L B Asthana, Dy. Director, DoH&EW, MP Start Date :May-07 Completion Date : Mar-09 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :40.00
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Assignment name :Intra Communication & BCC Training of BMO & BIECO / BEEs, in Gujarat Location : Gujarat (All Districts) Name and contact details of Client :Directorate of Health & Family Welfare Gujarat Start Date :May-08 Completion Date : Jul-09 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :20.00
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Assignment name :Training on Intra Communication & Behavioural Change Communication (BCC) for Block Coordinators of Gujarat Aids Control Society Jeevan Location : Jyot Programme & IRHP of the State Name and contact details of Client :Gujarat Gujarat State Aids Control Society Start Date :May-09 Completion Date : Jun-09 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :4.50
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Assignment name :Imparting Training at State Training Resource Centre in MP for Capacity Building of TI Organizations on HIV/AIDS Prevention Location : MP State Name and contact details of Client :NACO, MoHFW, GOI, New Delhi Start Date :Nov-10 Completion Date : Dec-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :55.00
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Assignment name :Training on Intra Communication & BCC for DMEIOs, DPMs & Health Officials Location : Kerala Name and contact details of Client :Department of Health & Family Welfare in Trivandrum & Calicut in Kerala. Completion Date : Nov 2008 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :2.00
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Assignment name :Capacity Building of TI Organisations in MP at IIDM State Training Resource Centre for HIV/AIDS Prevention Location : MP All districts Name and contact details of Client :MP Aids Control Society & World Bank & NACO Start Date :Jan-11 Completion Date : Mar-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :35.00
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Assignment name :Capacity Building & Training for Decentralised Planning in MP Location : Bhind,Burahanpur,Chindwara,Indore,Khandwa,Vidisha in MP Name and contact details of Client :Mr. Mangesh Tyagi IFS, Advisor, MP State Planning Commission Start Date :Oct-10 Completion Date : Sep-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :45.00
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Assignment name :MP Tourism awareness program ,BCC /Change Management Training programme for Police Staff, Dhaba Staff, Kuli,Auto/Taxi drivers ,Guides ,Weavers & other vendors Location : MP (Orcha, Ujjain Sanchi, Chanderi, Bandhavgadh, Gwalior,Bhopal Pipariya/Panchmari, Datiya) Mr Tomar Name and contact details of Client :MP Tourism Bhopal Start Date :Jan-11 Completion Date : Dec-12 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.75
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Assignment name :MP Tourism Teambuilding, Motivation & Change Management Training Programme for Unit Heads Hospitality Services . Location : Bhopal Name and contact details of Client :Mr R S Tomar, General Manager, Training, Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadabhada Road, Bhopal MP Completion Date : Dec-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) : 1
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Assignment name :Imparting Training of of State Training Resource Centre in MP &CG for capacity building of T Is working for IDUs supported by Global Fund Location : MP all districts & CG all districts Name and contact details of Client :EHA (Emmanual Health Association), Global Fund NACO MoHFW, New Delhi Start Date :Jul-11 Completion Date : Mar-13 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :70.00
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Assignment name :Conduction & OD Interview work shop for the Staff Members Restructuring as per BIS standards of Sony Hospital Jaipur Location : Jaipur Rajasthan Name and contact details of Client :S.K. Soni Start Date :Oct-04 Completion Date : Feb-05 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :2.00
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Assignment name :State Level Workshop on Designing Strategies for Combating Drug Abuse & Policy Design Location : MP, Bhopal Name and contact details of Client :Funded By : Department of Social Justice & Empowerment, GoMP & Supported by : Department of Narcotics MP Start Date :Nov-11 Completion Date : WIP Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :5.50
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Assignment name :MP Tourism Awarenes, BCC & Change Management Training Programme for Police Staff. Location : MP (Orcha, Ujjain Sanchi, Chanderi, Bandhavgadh, Gwalior,Bhopal Pipariya/Panchmari, Datiya) Name and contact details of Client :Mr R S Tomar, General Manager, Training, Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadabhada Road, Bhopal MP Start Date :Jan-11 Completion Date : Dec-12 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.75
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Assignment name :MP Tourism Awarenes, BCC & Change Management Training Programme for Auto Rikshaw/Taxi Drivers. Location : MP (Orcha, Ujjain Sanchi, Chanderi, Bandhavgadh, Gwalior,Bhopal Pipariya/Panchmari, Datiya) Name and contact details of Client :Mr R S Tomar, General Manager, Training, Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadabhada Road, Bhopal MP Start Date :Jan-11 Completion Date : Nov-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.75
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Assignment name :MP Tourism Awarenes, BCC & Change Management Training Programme for Weavers and Local Vendors. Location : MP (Orcha, Ujjain Sanchi, Chanderi, Bandhavgadh, Gwalior,Bhopal Pipariya/Panchmari, Datiya) Name and contact details of Client :Mr R S Tomar, General Manager, Training, Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadabhada Road, Bhopal MP Start Date :Jan-11 Completion Date : Jul-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.75
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Assignment name :MP Tourism Awarenes, BCC & Change Management Training Programme for Tourist Guides. Location : MP (Orcha, Ujjain Sanchi, Chanderi, Bandhavgadh, Gwalior,Bhopal Pipariya/Panchmari, Datiya) Name and contact details of Client :Mr R S Tomar, General Manager, Training, Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadabhada Road, Bhopal MP Start Date :Jan-11 Completion Date : Aug-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.75
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Assignment name :MP Tourism Awarenes, BCC & Change Management Training Programme for Porters Location : MP (Orcha, Ujjain Sanchi, Chanderi, Bandhavgadh, Gwalior,Bhopal Pipariya/Panchmari, Datiya) Name and contact details of Client :Mr R S Tomar, General Manager, Training, Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadabhada Road, Bhopal MP Start Date :Mar-11 Completion Date : Aug-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.75
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Assignment name :MP Tourism Awarenes, BCC & Change Management Training Programme for Dhaba Staff. Location : MP (Orcha, Ujjain Sanchi, Chanderi, Bandhavgarh, Gwalior,Bhopal Pipariya/Panchmari, Datiya) Name and contact details of Client :Mr R S Tomar, General Manager, Training, Paryatan Bhawan, Bhadabhada Road, Bhopal MP Start Date :Jan-11 Completion Date : Mar-11 Approximate Value of the contract (in Lakhs Rs) :1.75
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Training Conducted in Development Sector Training Conducted in Corporate Sector & Self Run Programmes Experience in Operations Research/Development Interventions Development Communication, Community Mobilization & Media Research