Milestones

 

2015


       @  Elected as the Vice-President, for All India Network of Sex Workers (AINSW), for the period of  2015-2017.

Received Mother Terasa National Service Award-2015 by the hands of Hon'ble WHIP Sri,Kopula Eswer,Govt.of Telangana in Hyderabad on 26th.August.2015.

       @  Received Global Peace Award-2015,by the hands of Hon'ble Justic,Sri.Ramalingeswar Rao,High Court,Govt.of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh in Hyderabad on 21 September.2015.

      @  Received  Seva Ratna Award-2015 by the hands of Hon'ble MLA Smt.Geetha Reddy,Ex MP,(Minister-UPA Govt) in Hyderabad on 25th.September.2015.


2014


        # Ranked as the Top performing CBO/NGO with  A+ Grade for TWO Interventions by the National AIDS Control Organization and Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society on their National Level  Targeted Interventions Evaluation held in the month of January.2014.

       # Received "M.A.Thomas National Human Rights Award" in Hyderabad by Vigil India Movement, Bangalore on 20.Sep.2014.

      #  Elected as Joint-Secretary, for Telangana Voluntary Health Services (TVHA) a collective of about 50 NGOs working on various issues in the State for the duration of (2014-2015).

      #  Received on behalf of CMM " The best state level HIV Prevention Award" by Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (APSACS),in Hyderabad, on Dec.1.2014.


2013

  •  Chaithanya Mahila Mandali(CMM) has been awared as the "BEST CBO LED TARGETTED INTERVENTION FOR HIV/AIDS IN ANDHRA PRADESH STATE " By Andhra pradesh State AIDS Control Society(APSACS),Governmet of Andhra Pradesh on December.1.2013.
  • 2nd May: Ambassador Dr. Eric Goospy, Global AIDS Coordinator, USA, visits CMM, interacts with the team and congratulated CMM for its efforts.
  • 5thApril, New Delhi:  CMM President Ms.Jayamma is awarded "The Mother Terasa Shiromani National Award" by Indian Solidarity Council in association with International Education and Management.
  • 15thFebruary, New Delhi:Ms. Jayamma, CMM's president, received "Excellence Award for National Social Activity for Outstanding Individual Achievements and Distinguished Services to the Nation" by the Global Achievers Foundation India
  • December 2012, January-2013, March-2013: CMM facilitated 277 Members from 8 Community Based Organizations (Staff, Community Leaders ) who had come for a learning site visit to CMM from Karnataka, Maharasta and Ahamedabad States on different occactions

 

2012

  • Jayamma is recognised as a member of the National CBO experts committee for the finalization of the capacity building training module for NACP-phase-IV
  • Jayamma elected as the State Representative (of Andhra Pradesh) for All India Network of Sex Workers (AINSW)
  • Jayamma is elected the joint-secretary for AINSW
  • 14/15thJune: 60 IPS Officer trainees are trained on "Marginal Communities - Realities and Aspirations" (first of its kind in India) at CMM Head Office and interact with community members
  • 27thJune: CMM hosts a study tour of high profile police officers and the AIDS Control Organization of Srilanka (in association with UNAIDS-India)
  • 15/16thSeptember, Madya Pradesh: 50 community leaders are trained on CBO development in the state in association with National AIDS Control Organization, Madya Pradesh State AIDS Control Society and Hindustan Latex Family Planning Promotion Trust

 

2011

  • NACO/APSACS make an agreement with CMM to take up HIV/AIDS prevention project in balanager zone in Hyderabad (this is the second program given by the same agency)

  • Jayamma is recognised to be a member of the core committee planning for national AIDS control program phase-IV

  • CMM opens a home for vulnerable children with the aim to prevent, protect and save them from entering into forced prostitution

  • Aircel Cellular Limited makes an agreement with CMM to impart computer and vocational trainings to low economic and vulnerable background communities, such as schools, college drop outs and unemployed youth

 

2010

  • CMM works with UNICEF for a line listing assessment
  • Vision and mission of the organizationare revised
  • Political leaders visit CMM and interact with community members
  • Participation as one of the advisory board members in Andhra Pradesh State Legislative Forum, an initiative of UNAIDS
  • CMM is recognised as a learning site and acclaimed as one of the best in Andhra Pradesh upon the assessment done by Care India
  • Care India makes an agreement with CMM to offer site capacity building trainings to upcoming community based organizations and NGOs in the state.
  • Jayamma receives “Naveena Mahila Award” by national news channel TV-9

 

2009

  • CMM begins thinking about rehabilitation, categorises women in prostitution into four groups (traditional, star based, executive, forced) and starts focusing on children, girls and women who are forced to practice sex work

  • Legal documentation such as FCRA, 80 G, 12 A and other legal requirements are completed

 

2008

  • Family Health International makes an agreement with CMM to take up a research study

  • Ranked first in the state on the assessment done by the central joint action committee on the Govt. supported HIV prevention program

  • UNFA & NACO recognise CMM for the best practices of the CBOs in the development sector for female sex workers in India

  • The organisation capacitates CMM members as Trainers of Trainees (ToT), mentors and full time staff to be placed in NGOs

  • Many of the women forced to be in sex work have given up sex work and started working at NGOs as full time staff

 

2007

  • CMM gains the confidence of APSACS and makes an agreement to take up the HIV prevention project independently just like any other NGO partners in the state

 

2005

  • Parts of the state level police advocacy with the home minister and the general director of the police become reality with the support of future groups

  • CMM becomes a role model, is active in participation in trainings and is involved in project planning and module preparation of HIV/AIDS prevention programs in Andhra Pradesh

 

2004

  • Avahan is the first International partner who comes forward to fund “CMM–Clinic”

  • CMM faces police crises with the support of “Lawyers Collective Mumbai” about forcible HIV testing at the police lock ups

  • CMM is given partial program management of a project called “Partnerships for sexual health project” funded by NACO/APSACS

 

2003

  • CMM focuses on media yielded positive results

  • CMM is recognized by Andhra Pradesh state as an AIDS control society and CMM members are involved in stateLevel participatory site assessment and gains confidence

 

2002

  • Police advocacy starts at Commissioner and Stations level

  • First international recognition through the vice president of the World Bank who visits CMM members

  • Advocacy with Government Departments

 

2001

  • A platform is created for discussions
  • A need is felt to unitedly raise the voice to be heard
  • CMM legally gets registered as an organization
  • CMM establishes a cultural troupe and performs a stage show on world AIDS Day
  • Media's focus turns towards CMM
  • Rapport building with sex workers for collectivisation begins