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perm_identityFounded by Rekha Masilamani ( 15years of experience )

room1/A, Vivekanand Marg North S K Puri,, Boring Road , Patna, Bihar - 800013

view_headline Area of focusLivelihoods / Poverty Alleviation

view_module Geographical ActivityBihar

Funding requirement₹1,200,000

Project Completed 18


Agragami has all round experience in capacity building, intervention programs, and training logistics. Its capacity building has utilized twin approaches of class room training combined with field technical observation of trainees and on-site support given to ensure that skills acquired in the class-room are transferred to the field. All training is competency based, with enormous attention given to practice for acquisition of skills. Pre and post test scores are tabulated and analyzed to learn where the gaps in learning are and to diagnose what improvements need to be made in teaching approaches and technologies. Post training reports document learning and observations of trainers for action. Agragami interventions sites achieve results careful capacity building of community level staff involved in work at the community level.


To provide Capacity building to ngos . To implement various health & livelihood programs for the marginalised section


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     Since 2002, Agragami has worked both extensively and intensively in capacity building of trainers and functionaries of NGOs and governmental agencies with a special focus on RH/FP issues. From 2002, Agragami has had the privilege of working closely with Pathfinder International's PRACHAR Phases I and II, in Bihar. It has supported the PRACHAR Project with training and field technical assistance through both Phase I and II, as well as the Access to Safe Abortion Project. A variety of traning programs were carried out. NGO staff from Change Agents to Project Directors were trained in all aspects of reproductive health with a special emphasis on how to communicate to reduce youth fertility. Government auxiliary nurse midwives have been trained in contraception and contraceptive counseling prior to IUD insertion. ASHAs and NGO staff have been developed as effective communicators in safe abortion. Self Help Group Coordinators and key members have been trained in contraception and reproductive health. Trainee Teachers have been trained in how to address adolescent reproductive health concerns while teaching the high school biology curriculum. Trainers of other NGOs have been trained as trainers of Adolescents in reproductive health. Agragami owes much of its current focus and expertise to the impeccable training and excellent training material that Pathfinder has generously shared with Agragami. Among other agencies for whom Pathfinder has carried out capacity building programs are Plan International, Packard Foundation Programs of the National Foundation for India and Nav Bharat Jagriti Kendra of Jharkhand, World Vision, and UNICEF.
    b. Intervention programs: Agragami's first intervention project was a primary health clinic at Cowl Bazar, a congested slum area in Bellary, Karnataka inhabited by low income groups having less or no knowledge on reproductive and sexual health. The clinic offered basic clinical services including contraception, MTP, ante-natal care, well baby and post-partum clinic. Thed clinic also focused on preventive measures through out-reach activities in the community.
    Since July 200 Agragami India has worked as a behaviour change communication (BCC) partner of UNICEF in Bihar, conducting training programs for block coordinators, BCC facilitators and panchayat captains to develop their skills as trainers. Technical assistance has also been provided to the BCC facilitators to help them in training village volunteers as village level interpersonal communicators on key health and development related behaviors: breast feeding, routine immunization, hand washing, girls' education and HIV/AIDS.