CKD partners with GAIL (India) Limited to advance digital pedagogy in Bokaro

Training of Health Professionals on COVID-19 Care and Management

About

Centre for Knowledge and Development (CKD), is a not-for-profit, knowledge driven, community focused, partnership-building, forward-thinking organization. We relentlessly pursue building the agency of women, adolescents and children by providing equitable access to health, nutrition, education and 21stcentury skills, livelihood and employability. With a commitment to leave no one behind, our key principles of diversity, equity and inclusion drive all our goals.

Key Highlights

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CKD celebrates partnership with GAIL (India) Limited
Centre for Knowledge & Development (CKD) celebrates partnership with GAIL (India) Limited for Project Digits (Digitech for Teachers in Schools). Together we will enhance digital and
21st century skills focusing on girls of Bokaro district, Jharkhand.
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Doctors and Nurses trained on Covid-19 care and management

Under the Morpho Foundation supported project, CKD has partnered with GE Healthcare for training of healthcare professionals on Covid-19 Care and Management. Technical experts from Max Hospitals, recently upskilled 100 doctors and nurses at GAIMS, Bhuj.

Our

40,000

Teachers Digital Competency Enhanced

49,872

Nutritional and Health Assessments Conducted

45,000

People Sensitized on COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

18,900

People Sensitised to COVID-19

425

Scholarships Given to COVID Deceased Dependents

800

Health Professionals trained on COVID-19 Care and Management

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Voices from the Field

The team of Jigyasa has rekindled curiosity and a newfound interest towards education in our children and has helped us tremendously to achieve learning outcomes in the pandemic.

Raj Kumar Agnihotri, Teacher
Upper Primary School Ahirwan Sadar Bazar,
Kanpur Nagar, Uttar Pradesh

Dialogues For Change

To move the needle on anemia and reverse the alarming trends from National Family Health Survey (NFHS) 5, a two-pronged approach is required on a mission mode – increasing the demand and ensuring sustainable supply.

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Of the 2.68 Crore Indians with a disability, 44% (1.18 Crore) are women. Amongst these women with disabilities, only 45% are literate. CKD prioritizes Women with Disabilities, our interventions are tailored to ensure their inclusion as beneficiaries.

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The recent findings from Global Multidimensional Poverty Index 2021 reiterate CKD’s firm belief to strengthen equity measures for the historically disadvantaged. In India, five out of six multidimensionally poor are from lower tribes or castes.

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