The Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) spun off a larger nongovernmental organization, SAHAYOG, in 2006 and began operating independently to promote human development, gender equality, human rights, and social justice — with specific reference to the field of health, in its widest interpretation. The primary focus of the CHSJ has been monitoring, evaluating, and auditing government health programs. As part of the Partnership Initiative, the CHSJ will work on tracking funds for selected schemes of the National Rural Health Mission, through strengthening the capacities of communities in Orissa and another state to monitor the implementation of these schemes at the local level. The CHSJ will do capacity building in the communities, which in turn will do the actual monitoring. The tools that the CHSJ plans to implement are report cards and expenditure tracking methodologies. Read CHSJ’s Profile