Educating women and girls and reducing the cycle of malnutrition in rural India.
Empower girls to stay in school, avoid child marriage, and fight malnutrition through knowledge of land rights.
In Haryana, India there are 830 girls for every 1,000 boys – an imbalance due to the discrimination of girls before birth.
Support sessions and sports inspire girls in rural India to stay in school.
A safe and comfortable environment helps girls continue education, avoid early marriage, and become financially independent.
Of the 57 million children who have no place at primary school, a third are children with disabilities.
Girls in rural India are given little information about the physical, emotional, and social changes that go along with puberty and adolescence.
Stop the violence by educating girls and young women about their rights to live free from violence and to have the skills and confidence to claim them.
Support India’s first Women’s Support Centers and help thousands of women to gain access to government services and a plot of land to live on and farm.