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Adolescent girl explains her painting on violence against women in Bagalkot
Adolescent girls and ASHA workers rally on violence against women in Bagalkot
Adolescent girls explain their low cost science models to Parivartan male mentors on the IDGC in Bagalkot
Adolescent girls watch a skit on child marriage on the IDGC in Bijapur
An adolescent boy with a rangoli an art traditionally done by girls in Bijapur
Candle light vigil on violence against women by female sex workers in Bijapur
FSW CBO leader with KSAPS staff raise awareness on condom use on World AIDS Day 2014
Girls play Kabbadi, usually a sport for boys in Bijapurv2
Karnataka state Minister for Health and Family Welfare, U.T. Khader, flags off the World AIDS Day rally in Bagalkot
Men discuss violence against women in Bijapur
Outreach workers key to any programme on the field. Nothing happens without them
Outreach workers key to any programme on the field; nothing happens without them
Participants at the Sahamanthana 2014 conference watch the Samata film On Our Own Two Feet
SDMC member distributes notebooks to adolescent girls as part of IDGC 2014 in Bijapur
Tejaswini Hiremath, the Bagalkot District Programme Coordinator for Samata presents the research findings at Sahamanthana
Umashankar Periodi, the north-east Karnataka regional head for Azim Premji Foundation reads the Know Your Schemes manual