The ‘Udaan’ scheme of Rajasthan provides the agricultural girls of the state with scholarship schemes thus, allowing them to receive getting access to schooling
This project has been launched unitedly with ‘IPE Global’, a development consulting group.
Under this scheme, focus is being given to the event of women within the state.
Focus on keeping the ladies in class
Through this programme attempts are made to stay the ladies of the state in class. this is often being done by enrolling them at the secondary level. This scheme also makes sure that out of all the enrolled students, the eligible ones receive their scholarships.
This scheme not only generates awareness about the scholarship schemes but under this scheme rural communities have also been mobilized to produce support towards the girls’ education and help in facilitating their attendance.
This scheme also seeks to scale back pregnancies during adolescence in Rajasthan. it’s doing so by leveraging all the present government programmes of the state across all the departments of health and education, for scaling them up and maintaining sustainability.
Under this scheme, a multi-sectoral approach has been adopted to stop pregnancy during adolescence, by generating awareness about sexual health and other such interventions.
Under this scheme, ‘Human-Centred Design’ (HCD) approach was concerned to spot the varied ways to succeed in dead set adolescents effectively. within the Dholpur district, consultations were finished adolescents, parents, and other stakeholders.
Through this, it absolutely was identified that to achieve bent adolescents’ schools are the most effective place. to make sure utmost coverage, the adolescents at school can act as agents of change for out-of-school adolescents. Teachers and parents together should be taking the lead on improving attitude, knowledge, and practices.
These findings were adopted to conduct a limited pilot to check the adaptability and feasibility to deliver information associated with Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH). because the results received through the pilot were positive the administration from 2020-21 approved scale-up across all the districts of the state covering 282 senior secondary and secondary schools.
Focus is additionally given to forestall adolescent pregnancies within the state and to scale back the quantity of low birth weight babies born from teenage mothers. ‘Antara’, a contraceptive that helps in preventing pregnancy for 3 months period for all the ladies in Rajasthan’s 14 Mission Parivar Districts (MPV) has also been unrolled.
Also, AntaraRaj, an internet application that helps in tracking Antara uptake and reminder services has been developed by IPE Global. This web-based application has been implemented across all districts of Rajasthan. Sanitary pads also are being distributed under this scheme. Also, quality planning services also are being provided.