Led by Women’s and Adolescent Forum, World Water Day was Observed in Jaipur, Jodhpur and Kota

To highlight the importance of storage, conservation and purification of water and its inextricable link with health, the Women’s and Adolescent Forums supported by CFAR reached out to around 600 people through public meetings, street plays and rallies

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In Ajmer the International Women’s Day, 2017, became a Memorable Day for Women Construction Workers

For the first time Sahaya Single Window, Community-Centered Platform linked up 67 women workers with Labour Card 

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Working Together – Learning Together:

Enabling Transformation through Art and Creative Expression: Showcasing ‘Public Art’ at the School of Open Learning, Delhi University to mark the International Women’s Day, 2017

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Convergence on Water Sanitation and Hygiene and ICDS

"Women spend so much time looking after their husbands, children and others in the family that they ignore their own health. I have understood today that as women age they face many deficiencies; therefore looking after one’s own health is very important" -Chandravati, Karotia Camp

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National Dissemination Meet on Enabling the Urban Poor to Strengthen Access to Sanitation

 

Around two hundred representatives from NGOs, Community-Based Organizations and Women’s Collectives from Delhi, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Kota, Bhubaneswar and Kolkata viz. Mahila Pragati Manch, Daksh Samooah and Alor Disha gathered at two days National Dissemination Meet  on Presenting the Findings from the Evaluation Study of a Three-Year Intervention on Enabling the Urban Poor to Strengthen Access to Sanitation

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CFAR in the media

Our work 'on' the media has ranged from monitoring programming on issues like health, nutrition, gender issues, obscenity and violence and supplementing it with audience surveys to enable viewers to articulate their views and opinions on the media. Read More

 

School of Life: Paathshala ke Sang Jeewan ke Rang

School of Life: Paathshala ke Sang Jeewan ke Rang- is a learner driven, peer-led, experiential learning programme designed as a participatory and collaborative exchange between survivors of violence from the community and students of premier academic institutions of Delhi, and guided by conceptual training from mentors.