A story of relentless commitment to empowering communities to improve their quality of life.
A highly driven team working together to create purposeful change.
Our work spans across health, education, violence against women and community institution building.
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We uphold women’s right to live free from violence. We support gender equality, empower women to resist violence, challenge masculinity norms, and partner with Government and other institutions to prevent and respond to violence against women (VAW). Our primary focus has been to empower female sex workers (FSW) and their collectives to resist violence from clients, police, gangs and intimate partners.
Our comprehensive and multi-stakeholder interventions give primacy to recognising the human rights of the sex workers. Rights based empowerment of sex workers and creating positive norms around masculinity are key programme strategies. These are strengthened by more than a decade long work in sensitising the communities, judiciary, police and the media to sex workers’ life, vulnerabilities and rights.
We partner with the government to improve outcomes of MNCH programmes.
We empower girls from underserved communities to claim their rights to health and education.
We empower marginalised women to lead a life without violence.
We facilitate public-private collaboration and community engagement for treatment of tuberculosis patients.
We catalyse reduction in malnutrition through better service delivery and norm and behaviour change.
We improve access to health, education, social protection and welfare services for vulnerable children.
We support at risk communities to reduce their vulnerability to HIV / AIDS and access care and services.
We work with communities and help build community institutions to enhance the power of marginalised groups to demand services and assert their rights and dignity.