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Gender Education

Gender education in schools to address attitudes and behaviours before they are fully formed.

Humari bhi suno na…

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The women’s empowerment program’s main focus has been to challenge gendered social norms within communities by building robust community support systems. These support systems consists of men, women, young girls and boys. One section of this demographic composition is children, who participate in our programs and are aware of the happenings in the community. This campaign was particularly aimed at amplifying their voices in the community. Children are vulnerable and are often silent victims of Domestic Violence. The impact that this violence has on their mental health has been proven to affect them until adulthood. Hence, we felt that it was crucial to involve their voices in dealing with Domestic Violence.

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