CMRT organized capacity building workshops for district level private RJs on Routine Immunization for innovations in programme. Over 120 radio journalists attended the workshops.
CMRT supports WeMen in Support of Gender Inequality Campaign at the Power Foundation Conclave 2016.
CMRT advocates on the need for toilets #Team Swachh a UNICEF India led campaign, promoting awareness on the need and use of toilets.
Mr.Deepak Dwivedi Group Editor Dainik Bhaskar UP attends the UN Global Compact #GlobalCompact15 at the UN General Assembly Hall in New York. The discussion saw leaders from the corporate world, academia and United Nations converge on ways to make the Sustainable Development Goals a reality.
On the occasion of ‘International Women Day’ on 8th March, CMRT in association with social groups organized awareness workshop to discuss on building awareness on basic nutrition and hygiene for adolescent girls and women.
CMRT organized a two day field visit to Badaun, the media professionals were visited and witnessed vaccination camps. The field visit helped media gain first-hand knowledge of challenges and success faced by people in the hard to reach districts.
An interactive workshop cum awareness session on Immunization was conducted in Bareilly and Badaun. The camp was specially designed to target women and children of the underprivileged section of society. The beneficiaries were distributed hand bills regarding information of vaccination according to age.
Connecting RJs working in different districts of Maharashtra, CMRT organized a workshop Mumbai. Over 35 leading radio professionals and media persons from Mumbai, Pune and other districts of Maharashtra participated in this media workshop. Ending violence against women, adolescents and children were the topics of discussion through the workshop, in which RJs interacted with each other and put forward their views.
CMRT organized a special health awareness camp to provide preventive, curative and promotive healthcare services to the women and children who live in the streets of underprivileged communities. The camp benefitted 39 children and 17 women. The physicians and nurses were assisted by a team of lab technician, pharmacist, project team and volunteers who rendered their services towards the smooth functioning of the camp.