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Against Domestic Violance

We campaign to spread awareness against domestic violance in India in accordance with certain laws. There are several domestic violence laws in India. The earliest law was the Dowry Prohibition Act 1961 which made the act of giving and receiving dowry a crime. In an effort to bolster the 1961 law, two new sections, Section 498A and Section 304B were introduced into the Indian Penal Code in 1983 and 1986. The most recent legislation is the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act (PWDVA) 2005. The PWDVA, a civil law, includes physical, emotional, sexual, verbal, and economic abuse as domestic violence.

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Against Girl Child Foeticide

The root cause of female feticide, a form of structural violence against women, is multifaceted and complex. In an attempt to curb female feticide, the Indian Government enacted the Pre–Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PNDT) Act of 1994, which prohibits sex selection and regulates prenatal diagnostic techniques to prevent their misuse. To this end, the government established a bureaucracy controlling the sale and regulating the use of ultrasound machines, a key diagnostic modality used to facilitate sex–selective abortions.

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Toward A Healthy Rural India

We are employing mobile technology in several healthcare projects for leading global organizations. In partnership with the UP Govt. for Safe Motherhood, for a program of Health For All, we are working to upgrade the quality of maternity healthcare in India.
This tool is constructive for:
Making women aware of their rights to demand good quality of care,
Bringing accountability by highlighting lapses in the health delivery process, and,
Increasing uptake of appropriate health services at the right venues.

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Towards A Clean India

In three years of Swachh Bharat, rural sanitation coverage has increased to 69% from 39%, more than 230-million people in villages have stopped defecating in the open and nearly 5 crore toilets have been built — these are observations of the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, which is in charge of PM Modi’s flagship programme. The focus now is to ensure that villages declared free of open defecation do not “slip back”. Verification of construction of toilets and usage, further building awareness, training of ‘swachhagrahis’ (sanitation motivators) — one in every village — and treatment of waste are the priorities for the government, officials said.

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Promoting Adult Education

The aim and objectives of adult education is to provide education and enhancement of literacy skills to the adult individuals within the rural communities. Adult education will enable the individuals to obtain empowerment opportunities and sustain their living conditions. The provision of adult education has made available the opportunities for the individuals, who have not acquired the chance to enhance their literacy skills earlier. It is vital to formulate proper curriculum, instructional and teaching-learning processes, so that the individuals become more motivated to learn. The education of the rural adults should be more practical, as when they will perform the task practically, then they will be able to enrich their skills in a better way. The instructors involved in the facilitation of education of the rural adults should possess adequate knowledge and training skills.

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Anti-Child-Laboe Campaigns

Universal declaration of human rights 1948 - stipulates under article 25 para 2 that childhood is entitled to special care and assistance. The above principles along with other principles of universal declaration concerning child were incorporated in the declaration of the rights of the child of 1959.
In order to eliminate child labour, India has brought constitutional, statutory development measures. The Indian constitution has consciously incorporated provisions to secure compulsory elementary education as well as the labour protection for the children. Labour commission in India have gone into the problems of child labour and have made extensive recommendations. The constitution of India, too provides certain rights to children and prohibits child labour such provisions.

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Social Awareness Campaigns

We conduct social campaign aginst social virtues and for social awareness as well. In rural India it is very important to let the people know about their rights. They lost various opportunities and get into many problems due to tha lact of required knowledge and information regarding social issues. World Healt Organization consider these problems of rural communities and provides the remedies.


Save Nature Save India

He said the climate change is a big issue and the youth of the country need to be aware of this so that the environment can be saved. We have to save our environment for our future generations. India has taken many steps in the last three years to conserve the environment and the entire world is discussing these initiatives. Today, the world is looking towards India and therefore it is very important to make our youth vigilant about the environment and conserving our heritage.



According to a 2005 report, 60% of India's children below the age of three were malnourished, which was greater than the statistics of sub-Saharan African of 28%. World Bank data indicates that India has one of the world's highest demographics of children suffering from malnutrition. India's Global Hunger Index India ranking of 67, the 80 nations with the worst hunger situation places it even below North Korea or Sudan.