Implemented Projects

1. Project on Community and School HIV / AIDS and Drug Prevention Programme G-86:
The health program of JRHDT which was supported by of Social justice and Empowerment Govt. of India and United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Supported HIV /AlDS and Drug Prevention Programme was organized in Dudu block (5 village) Under this programme 5 Higher Secondary / High School were selected and in each school 100 students (total 500) between age group 14-20 years were selected. Pre evaluation about their knowledge on HIV / AIDS and Drug prevention was done on a proforma prepared by UNODC & Ministry of Social justice and Empowerment Govt. of India. & the implementing organization itself to make the program viable in the community.
2. PVOVH II PROJECT by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare Govt. of India:
The organization has implemented the five PVOH II project sanctioned under USAID, by the ministry of Health & b Family Welfare, Govt. of India from january 1991 Dec. 1995.
Under this program, 150 villages of 5 Panchayat Samities, Dudu, Phagi, Jhotwara, Amer & Sanganer of Jaipur district were covered.
VHG's (Female) for each village were selected, trained and continuous follow up provided to impart skills for primary health care with emphasis on health education, nutrition education, immunization of children and pregnant women, Prenatal, intranasal and post-natal care for women, training and follow up of traditional birth attendants, school health, formation of mahila mandals income generation activities etc. were taken up under the project.
Three Rural family welfare c1inics, each under a medical officer were established to supervise the work of VHG's. Health extension Educator, ANM, Projectionist we provided with the vehicle and driver for mobility of these mobile units for visiting the villages to provide examination and treatment for the pregnant mothers, children and to impart health education and family planning message to the rural people through cassettes, films etc.
This program was developed a strong bridge between the trust and communities, which generated a huge awareness among various levels of communities on different health related issues.
Vocational Training:
This is a flagship program which reformed a new-economy livelihood promotion-training program which is exclusively custom designed for the school dropouts/ unemployed secondary school graduates/ street youth/ retrenched workers/ migrant youth/ rural women resettlement community members from the poorest 13.5% of the Indian population. The program supports both employment opportunities oriented workforce preparation as well as tiny and micro—enterprise development that is specifically and clearly oriented to identified labor market requirements and opportunities. The curriculum and practical training modules are tailor—made based on valuable inputs from the NGO’s,businesses and market linkages NGOs and networks. Thus through a crash course training module of 3-4 months which includes 1-2 months of On-the-Job Training, these youths are made market ready to take up jobs in their field of training or venture into an intrepreneurship or entrepreneurship opportunity. Several thousands of young adults, adult siblings and parents of vulnerable children living in poverty have been able to successfully access market oriented livelihood advancement skills "and opportunities through this program.
3. Deaddiction Hospital:
The trust is running a 15-bedded de-addiction Hospital with the support of Dept. of Social justice and Empowerment GOI. There is a regular OPD and patient are also admitted and treated for drug de-addiction issues. The patients are not only coming from local area but from other states also because of its better treatment facilities available. Till date more than 800 persons have been treated in the hospital.
This continuous and increasing support base has contributed significantly to the organization understanding and developing innovative approaches and strategies for health and livelihoods across the children-families—communities continuum. The organization has also been able to create a facilitative and enabling environment for the demonstration and scaling up of program interventions through government and international NGO channel partnerships.
4. Specialties of the Organization:
The organization specializes in working with most deprived, vulnerable communities and difficult to reach sections of young and women communities who are 'at risk' and has a very strong gender perspective. The organization focused predominantly on young people -at-risk such as Vocational Training as the integrated model is now known has demonstrated a new paradigm in terms of community-based sustainable, replicable, integrated learning and livelihood promotion opportunities for youth at risk. Developed through a broad range of stakeholders including industry professionals, business leaders, skill councils, youth workers, citizens volunteers, local state education and vocational training departments, this model is now ready to be easily applied, replicated and mainstreamed both within the formal main stream school system by providing alternate education and also working with the women by making the formation of SHG to upgrade their skills and found the `hope of income sources through various income generation awareness campaign module.
The uniqueness of this program is the combination of the following priorities incorporated in the training module.
a)    Selection and identification of the trainees through screening process that allows them to make an informed choice option.
b)    Facilitative practical and self-learning classroom methodology that combines academic, theoretical and technical inputs.
c)    Integration of the core competencies into the programs that includes Life Skill for the workplace, women beneficiaries of the SHG group in the community level.
d)    The work world oriented awareness training that has high degree of integration with the professionals from the world of work through a mentoring model.
e)    The module which comprehensives the distribution of materials to the beneficiaries to get more knowledge on different micro-enterprise activities.