ASHA Sammelan

ASHA is the first port of call for any health related demands of deprived sections of the population, especially women and children, who find it difficult to access health services. She plays a vital role in improving the health indicators of the State especially IMR, MMR, TFR and implementation of other National Health Programmes.


With about a workforce of 32,000 ASHAs in the State, motivating them, sharing the experiences of others and cross learning is essentially required to effectively build the reputation and to generate the feeling of belongingness.


  • To create a platform for cross learning and sharing of experiences earned at field level by ASHA.
  • To provide District/Taluka authorities with a stage to interact with ASHAs and learn the issues they face at field level and suggested possible solutions as well. The sammelans can be utilized to appraise their work and appreciate/award the well performers.


ASHA Resource Centre facilitates planning and organizing these Sammelans at all three levels-State, District and Taluka.

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