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Community media prototype on IYCN and WASH in Odisha.

In Rayagada district of Odisha, a 6-day workshop on communication development and theatre development was held from 6th February to 12th February 2019, along with two days of production performance on 12th and 13th February 2019.  The workshop concentrated on training participants from transgender community to disseminate information in the tribal areas of Gunupur block.  Maternal and infant mortality rate is a critical issue in Odisha, especially in the tribal areas. The initiative is taken by APPI (Azim Premji Philanthropic Initiatives), in collaboration with KISS (Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences), Sakha NGO and Bangla Natak, to develope awareness on maternal, new born and child health in the tribal areas of Rayagada. This workshop was organized to build communication skills of the participants and also making them understand on the processes involved in street theatre, as they had no prior exposure of performing and disseminate messages on the field.  Theatre activities were conducted to understand communication aspects building up their stakeholder involvement, concentration, attention, listening and observation, body language grooming, effective message delivery, role playing and story building and dos and don’ts of communication. Group activities were taken up to make the participants aware on subjects like nutritious diet for mother and child, low consumption of IFA tablets, institutional delivery and others. The participants were trained on a theatre production for four days. Inputs taken from the participants were used to improve the script of the production. On 12th February, 4 participants performed for about 230 audiences at Regada village. After the show of 15 minutes, the audience feedback was collected by the participants.

On February 13, another team performed at Bandhuguda village in front of 180 audiences. The audience feedback collected showed the retention of messages on issues like consumption of IFA, consuming nutritious food during pregnancy, maintaining hygiene in household and VHND were high. During the last day of the workshop, the participants were asked to share their experiences and provide feedback about the workshop. They responded that the workshop would provide them the much needed confidence for working in the field.

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