This process had been initiated early last year was completed in 8 districts of UP and Uttarakhand. This process clearly highlighted the capacity of local communities to engage in a serious enquiry of health programme delivery and share the finding sensitively to engage the health providers and managers in planning for change. A manual was published to share the methodology and the findings. CHSJ also provided support to IPPF-SARO to develop this methodology for implementation in its member associations in different countries.
The Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) has been facilitating a process of annual feedback on the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) with special emphasis on RCH -2 components. CHSJ has also prepared two citizen's reports on the NRHM (2006 and 2007) which have been shared at National Stakeholders Consultation. The consultation was attended by bilateral organisations, UN agencies, Civil Society Organisations from across the country as well as the Government. The citizen's report was very well received by various stakeholders present in the consultation as they acknowledged the need for such independent feedback for understanding the process of implementation as well as mid course corrections.