IPER work with Stakeholders


In order to have a holistic impact on the development of the children IPER works with many different stakeholders . The most important actors in the life of the child are:

Community – Communities are crucial stakeholders in all development work

  • Community involvement in planning through social mapping, FGDs and interaction with local CBOs
  • Surveys/Baseline Surveys
  • Awareness generation street dramas and rallies
  • Formation of Groups
  • Workshops on attitudinal change

Educational System – Education is the major focus of IPER’s work

  • Setting-up Community Learning Centres taking education to the door-step of every Child
  • SCHOOL-ON-WHEELS for remote areas
  • Training of ladies as local educators

Health sector – Health issues are activities incorporated in all programme

  • Awareness on Child protection services in Hospitals both government and private and nursing homes, out-door clinics,
  • Working in cooperation with Municipal Health facilities
  • Health camps on eye check-up & dental care
  • Health & hygiene awareness in communities
  • Workshops in slums and local areas on nutrition and diet plan for children
  • Anti-smoking campaign

Family – Family is the rearing ground of the child

IPER works with the parents especially the mothers to ensure a better life for the child.

  • Empowering the mothers
  • Counselling to strengthen the bonding between the parents and the children
  • Functional literacy class with the women
  • Formation of women’s groups with training on ‘Peer Advocate Corp’ [PAC] with necessary skills

Police & Judiciary

  • Awareness and advocacy
  • Inducting the officials in different child welfare and protection committees