Ekjut is a non profit voluntary organization of India. Ekjut's partnering communities are the indigenous people, people living in the underserved districts and the urban homeless. Ekjut works on the theme of Survive, Blossom, Thrive and Transform.

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  • Ongoing Interventions ... 2017

    • Scale-up in all districts of Jharkhand – FLAG
    • Scale-up of PLA in 17 districts of Madhya Pradesh
    • Work on Malnutrition in Rajasthan
    • Work with Adolescents... Read Note
    • Work on Gender based violence...Read Note   Read Slides
    • Work with Urban homeless...Read Note   Read Slides
    • Work with Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups...Read Note

    Awards & Recognition

    Society of the Clinical Trial – Trial of the Year Award 2011

    WHO India Public Health Champion Award 2015

    Our Work
    Addressing Health Inequities through

    About Us

    Ekjut's Vision

    "Equity and environmentally sustainable development are at the heart of our vision of a better and healthier world. A world where every human being has a right to life with dignity, a world that respects and celebrates every life and diversity & one where the voice of it's people guide the decisions that shape the quality of our lives"

    Ekjut's Mission

    Ekjut will work in the districts in India for the improvement of maternal, newborn, child health and nutrition of partnering underserved,marginalised communities, through their empowerment, community based interventions and influence good governance for improving access and quality of services. This will be done through collaborating with leading agencies for building our research capacities to strengthen evidence base, dissemination of findings, engagement with government and networks and supporting scaling up of effective interventions.

    Guiding Principles

    Work will always be with participation of concerned communities, staring from identification of issues to evaluation of work.Respect peoples Knowledge systems and abilities,Ensuring community accountability and transparency,Belief that women should have more than an equal share/say,Recognition that the state has the primary responsibility for ensuring equity and justice to all & Strengthening democratic practices


    Equity and Justice,Empowerment,Excellence,Transparency & Accountability.

    Reaching Out

    Women,Children & Tribal population.

    People who worked with us
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