Nutrition Monitoring for Government of Maharashtra with JSW

An application developed to track the nutritional progress of children, pregnant women and adolescent girl using integrated ICT solution which includes mobile application, web application and GIS. This project is being implemented in partnership with JSW foundation in Jawhar, Vikramgarh, and Mokhada Talukas of Palghar district in Maharashtra.

Registration of the new born child and regular nutrition monitoring of the children is the core of this system. In addition to this, it has DASHBOARD for all stakeholders, Admin Interface for user and data management. .

The system has capability to generate various reports required on each level. It provides real time analysis of the ongoing data collection.


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Learning Management System for Language and Learning Foundation

Language and Learning Foundation (LLF) has been working since 2015 towards developing an effective and grounded understanding of early language and literacy scenario in India. LLF aims at improving the quality of teaching-learning of language and literacy in primary government schools through continuous professional development of teachers and teacher educators. LLF also intends to provide technical support to teacher education institutions (TEIs) and field based programs; and to build an evidence-based knowledge resources for addressing the early literacy situation at all levels


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Stop Diarrhoea for Save the Children

Stop Diarrhoea Initiative is a signature programme of Save the Children, in partnership with Reckit Benckiser. The programme was envisaged to contribute to RB and Save the Children’s global ambition of removing diarrhoea as a top five leading cause of death amongst children by 2020. In line with the Save the Children’s Theory of Change, the programme will: test the effectiveness and efficacy of the WHO-UNICEF 7 point plan; collate evidence to demonstrate proof of concept and value for money, and advocate for the state and national government and its partners to replicate and scale up the approach nationally.

India consists of 1.22 billion people spread across a wide variety of socio-economic variations. As a result, most model programmes developed for Indian states are designed to cater for these socio-economic variations and the Government of India always requires development partners to work across a range of states and contexts. In order to test the effectiveness the WHO-UNICEF 7 point plan, Save the Children wanted to demonstrate proof of concept from several states which represent the socio-economic diversity of the Indian context. The Government would not accept the effectiveness of the 7 point plan unless the results demonstrated were from a fair representation of the vast majority of the Indian states. Taking this into consideration, Save the Children designed an intervention for the WHO-UNICEF 7 point plan to be implemented and tested across four states: Delhi, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Kolkata in West Bengal.

The programme was designed to achieve a 100% coverage at ward and block level which is more than the 80% coverage recommended by WHO for a targeted location.

Our operational model was based on working at ward level in urban areas and block level in rural areas. A ward consists of approximately 100,000-150,000 people whilst a block comprises of a cluster of 100-200 villages with a population size of 100,000 – 200,000. The block and the ward are some of the smallest administrative units at the district level.


Stop Trafficking is a web portal to combat human trafficking in India. The web portal is primarily a network of stakeholders – government organizations, non-government organizations, academia, civil society, victims and the media. The ultimate goal of this portal is delivering seamless services to the victims of human trafficking in India.

The initiative is based on the principle that human trafficking is the worst form of slavery and a network of all available services is required to combat it. The network can be best strengthened by using the information and communication technology.

The web portal introduces some unique methods and features. Following are the services being offered by the web portal:

  • Data bank (phone numbers & email addresses) of individuals and organizations working to combat trafficking of women and children in India
  • State-wise details of Child Welfare Committee (CWCs), Juvenile Justice Boards (JJBs)
  • Updated information about services being provided by the Government, Non-Governmental Organizations and Civil Societies
  • Connecting individuals and organization from source, destination and transit through usage of IT such as SMS alerts, Email alerts etc. Knowledge sharing through documents, e-materials, films, documentaries, research papers, media reports on social issues
  • Mass Awareness Generation & Information Sharing (MAGIS) through sending alerts in the form of Short Message Services (SMSs) & Emails
  • Schemes & provisions of central & state governments and non-government organizations


Digital marketing for Embassy of Israel

This initiative aims to promote economic relationship between India and Israel by using new and emerging social media.  Internet marketing such as use of LinkedIn, Facebook and other SEO mechanism are to be used for the promotion and building a mass outreach.

My Mobile Eldis

My Mobile Eldis is an android application delivering content in mobile phone based on the contextual parameters. This application reads the local setting of the mobile phone and pulls content through the IDS API and presents them in a mobile screen in an user-friendly manner. The local setting includes the locational parameter i.e. latitude and longitude of the mobile set and the user preferred thematic area for the required content.

Based on the input, the basic data gets transferred to the mobile phone using GPRS connectivity. This basic data includes the title, URL and metatag of the resource stored in the local SQLite database. This information stored in the mobile phone enables the users to search for the information in an efficient manner.

After searching the required data the application displays the it locally based on the field exposed by the web services. The application has the option to redirect the users to the server for a detailed view.

This application caches the local information in the mobile database. This includes the knowledge resource relevant such as the information about knowledge intermediaries, resource institutions, events and articles in the region.



PAT (Person Accused of Trafficking) is a mobile application developed for ARZ to upload information of the person accused of human trafficking. Once this information is uploaded, it is made available to all designated officer to see the details of the trafficker with his/ her photograph. This helps in strengthening the cases as it takes the locational parameter.



Missing Child Alert System for Save the Children

Is an initiative by Save the Children to have effective coordination with various stakeholder in tracing the missing child and manage the case history.

This portal has the contact database of the following groups

  • Functionaries from the Women and Child Development Department at state and district level
  • Police officers at state, district and police station level
  • Civil Society Organisations
  • Project Management Team

This system captures the information about the missing child and sends alerts to the professionals based on their thematic and operation relevance. It delivers information via SMS and email.

This project is under progress in Jharkhand and West Bengal.

Relevance to the assignment

Contact Database/ Classification based on user group, geographical area of operation/ Networking facilitation.