Our Development Partners

Major Achievement and Impacts of LEADS

Elementary Education

  1. 60000 children from 650 Govt Schools are getting quality education, more than 90 per cent attendance have been ensured, maintain teacher and children ratio in intervention area, syllabus covered and completed in class, child centric extracurricular activities conducted, Continuous comprehensive evaluation conducted regularly,
  2. Life skill education and career guidance given to 8000 children are engaged on Saving habits, Kitchen garden, preservation of nutrition food, games and sports, painting, news paper writing, hand wash promotion, protection of child rights etc.
  3. 1930 children enrolled under Vidyalay Chale Chalaye Abhiyan (VCCA) campaign.  Reduced dropouts and increased retention through tracking process.
  4. 15000 adolescent school children are sensitized on adolescent health, nutrition, education and child protection under career guidance program
  5. Recruitment of more than 16000 teachers in Jharkhand under the pressure of advocacy efforts of JRTEF.
  6. 10000 School Development Plan (SDP) formulated in 10000 Govt Schools by the SMC members and supported by Govt and community
  7. Monitoring /Assessment tools used and maintained by SMC members in 650 schools
  8. We supported to state government on formulation of SDP in 10000 schools across the state through JRTEF members.
  9. We supported to state government on establishment of State Education Support Mission (SESM) and involving 16 JRTEF members in this state organised monitoring team
  10. 350 RTE Volunteers (Shiksha Mitra) promoted to support in implementation of provisions of RTE Act cross the state.
  11. Partnering with more than 150 organisation to advocate for implementation of RTE Act and ensuring quality education for children of Jharkhand,
  12. 6 schools from our field from Ramgarh, Ranchi and Lohardaga have been nominated for National  Award 2019
  13. LEADS is a part of State Resource Team to facilitate trainings and develop State SMC training module.
  14. LEADS promoted SMC federation from Block to State level are performing actively as resolving issues related to Teachers recruitment, fund utilization, MDM, timely distribution of TLM, Scholarship, implementation and monitoring of School Development Plan


  1. 250 Anganwadi Workers trained on food and nutrition, health and hygiene, TLM development, Language, songs and plays.
  2. 4480 pre-school children getting benefit from 222 Anganwadi Centre and  more than 80% attendance of children ensured.
  3. 1326 malnourished children referred to MTC and treated properly.
  4. 10 Model Anganwadi Centre developed with all facilities of Pre-School education.
  5. 3330 lactating mother of 222 Mothers Committee getting benefits from AWC regularly.
  6. 630 pregnant women get registered in AWC and getting regular immunization. 
  7. 195 VHSNC covering 4156 members trained on- their role and responsibility, preparation of VHAP (Village Health Action Plan) and Utilisation of untied fund as the result 12 new Anganwadi Centre constructed (earlier these centre run on rent) with all facilities, 222 Village Health and Nutrition Day and Anganwadi Centres regularised and Take Home Ration (THR), immunisation regularized as per ANM roster, Growth monitoring Chart maintained.
  8. Total 195 Village Health Action Plan as per need of concerned villages prepared by community participation including VHSNC members, PRIs, members of standing committee and AWW and submitted to MOIC for further plan of action as the result untied fund utilized properly, 10000 mosquito net distributed to community.
  9. Monitoring tools is being used for regular monitoring of Anganwadi Centre by Village Health Sanitation and Nutrition Committee.

Wash in School

  1. 36000 children from 1200 schools are practicing health and hygiene practices such as hand wash before lunch and after toilet,
  2. 1200 Bal Sansads are involved in maintain health and hygiene in school campus. Such as proper use and maintenance of toilets, ensure availability of safe drinking water, cleaning of school campus, maintenance of hand wash unit.
  3. Hand wash unit have been constructed in 664 schools and 313 Anganwadi Centres with the support of 14th Finance Commission
  4. Record of 1.96 lakh children hand washed together at a time which is included in Limca book of world record
  5. 8000 girl children are sensitized on Menstrual Hygiene Management in schools.
  6. 21500 PRI, Anganwadi workers, adolescent girls, Teachers, Sahiyas have been sensitized on Menstrual Health and Hygiene through “Chupi Todo campaign” with the support of Government of Jharkhand.
  7. 720 incinerators have been constructed in schools
  8. 8000 packets of pads have been distributed among sensitized adolescent girls

Skill Promotion 

  1. 1260 youth (  500 Boys and 750 Girls) were skilled on different trades like Electricals, Electronics, Sales Manager, Beautician, Solar assembling, Motor vehicle repair and fabrication. More than 70% are employed in different sectors and getting Rs. 8000 to 18000  per month.
  2. 600 girls and women were trained on non-conventional trade such as Carpenter, Scooty repairing, Photo framing and book binding, Home appliance repairing, Security Guard and Solar assembling. More than 60% trainees placed in different workshops and shops in Ranchi, Khunti, Simdega, Lohardaga and Ramgarh dist of Jharkhand.

Livelihood Promotion

  1. 268 Women Self Help Groups have been promoted and got supported from NRLM for revolving fund, Bank linkages have been done. 
  2. 6500 Women farmers are  engaged in value chain activities like Potato cultivation, Pigeon pea, Wheat, Mustard, Nutrition garden, Maize, Tomato, Chilli, SRI of Paddy, Small and petty business, kitchen gardening, Annapurna and 36 x 36 model etc whose yearly additional incremental income is around 30000 to 50000.
  3. 2035 HH are earning 20000 to 30000 annually from  Livestock with proper housing management with proper machan system in received Goatery shelter from MGNREGA, foder stand, drinking water pot, Vaccination and De-warming, preparing Herbal medicine etc. Collective wise marketing through Integrated Livestock Development Centre (ILDC)
  4. 40 producer groups are engaged in Social and Economic enterprises on Non Timber Forest Produce (NTFP) and agriculture products.
  5.  3 Production units have been established on Tamarind and Oil excretion in Murhu, Khunti where 600 members are engaged and earning additionally 10000 to 20000 yearly and it is widely appreciated and visited by Amarjeet Sinha, PS, MoRD, Delhi and Mr. Neelkanth Singh Munda, Minister, Deptt of Rural Development, Jharkhand besides various other officers.
  6. One solar based Rice processing unit has been established in Mahuadanr block of Latehar district run by Rural Service Centre, Kurukala where 1550 women farmers of 25 producer groups are engaged in paddy cultivation (Scented rice called Jeeraphool). Each member are earning around 10000 to 15000 yearly from this value chain activity.
  7. 2780 Small farm Pond (Dobha) constructed, 2460 Animal shade, 3027 individual well constructed, 2024 Indra Awas, 3037 Pradhan Mantri Awas constructed, 2081 HH have done land levelling for cultivation, Engagement of Labourer, their payment in time and various convergence prog across the three Blocks MGNREGA-CFT convergence programme.
  8. 135 HH have Mango plantation in 185 acre land where 20720 mango plants and 17760 Timber plants have been planted through Birsa Munda Aam Bagwani (Mango Orchard) supported by MGNREGA and earning around 70000 to 84000 yearly.
  9. 4000 Ultra Poor were identified and linked with PDS, pension schemes and other financially schemes of Govt through Sustainable Livelihoods and Financial Inclusion of the Ultra Poor programme.
  10. 1630 dam (size 100 x 150 ft) has been constructed through Soil Conservation dept. for irrigation also beneficiaries have fish rearing in it. Each beneficiary earns around 15000 to 20000 yearly from it.

Development Models

LEADS has promoted development model for large scale replication across the state as follows


  • Learning Appropriation and Mapping Progress in Schools (LAMP in Schools)
  • Bal Sansad
  • School Management Committee (SMC)
  • School Development Plan (SDP)
  • Aflatoun  Social and Financial Education

Heath and Sanitation

  • WASH in School
  • Hand wash platform in Schools and Anganwadi  centres
  • Village Health Nutrition Day (VHND)
  • Wall News Paper


  • Integrated Livestock Development Centre (Goat bank, Pashu Sakhi Model)
  • Tamarind value chain-Processing unit /Oil seed
  • Mango Plantation-Intercropping
  • Annapurna Crop Model
  • 36×36 Kitchen Garden
  • 10 decimal veg. crop model
  • Jeeraphool Rice Value Chain
  • 20 decimal Pigeon pea
  • 20 decimal Potato
  • 20 SRI model

Research and Publication

LEADS has digital publication on all themes of LEADS intervention for reaching effectively to the common mass. Some of them are as follows:     

Digital Publication

  1. Right to Education  Act
  2. Community Radio
  3. Ek Pahal
  4. Village Health Sanitation and Nutrition Committee (VHSNC)
  5. Health and Nutrition
  6. Swachha Bharat Mission
  7. Tamarind Value chain
  8. Sustainable Agriculture
  9. Lac Cultivation
  10. Mango Plantation
  11. Goatry

These digital publication can be shared if required through we transfer.

IEC Materials:

LEADS has developed large number of IEC materials to effectively communicate with the referral community to create better ambience in favour of change. Some of them are as follows:

  1. Bal Sansad
  2. School Management Committee (SMC)
  3. School Development Plan (SDP)
  4. Aflatoun  Social and Financial Education
  5. WASH in School
  6. Village Health Nutrition Day (VHND)
  7. Integrated Livestock Development Centre (Goat bank, Pashu Sakhi Model)
  8. Tamarind value chain-Processing unit /Oil seed
  9. Mango Plantation-Intercropping
  10. Annapurna Crop Model
  11. 36×36 Kitchen Garden
  12. 10 decimal veg. crop model
  13. SRI
  14. Lac cultivation
  15. Government schemes
  16. Social Leaders training manual
  17. Panchayat Raj
  18. Van Adhikar
  19. Water Conservation
  20. Panchayat Budget Manual


LEADS has also conducted various research in support of ts advocacy intervention and shared with Govt. Some of them are as follows:

  1. Gender Responsive Budgeting
  2. Implementation status of RTE Act 2009
  3. Tribal Sub plan
  4. State Budget Allocation on Social Security Schemes
  5. Study and Trace SDGs Among Social Excluded Community (100 hot spots)

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