Tag: Agenda 2030

  • Assessing the Menstrual Health of Tribal Adolescent Girls in Gujarat

    Assessing the Menstrual Health of Tribal Adolescent Girls in Gujarat

    This Research Brief provides a holistic view of the problems faced by tribal adolescent girls during their menstruation and further investigate the causes related to their higher vulnerability towards encountering Reproductive and Urinary Tract Infections. Additionally, it reflects on the impact of societal norms and community attitudes towards menstruation and their adverse effect on the […]

  • Workshop on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

    Workshop on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

    As a part of The Right to Menstrual Health Project, a training cum sensitization Workshop was conducted for the male and female students of Gujarat National Law University on the subject of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in India. The session focused on addressing the context of sexual and gender identities, roles, orientations, behaviors and […]

  • Managing Menstrual Health in India

    Managing Menstrual Health in India

    The lack of understanding and knowledge of Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) in India perpetuates myths and has propagated a culture of ignorance on the subject of menstrual health and well being. This Policy Report presents an elaborate overview on the same, so that Right to Menstrual Health can be acknowledged as a legitimate public policy […]

  • The Policy Troupe: Chamba Deliberation

    The Policy Troupe: Chamba Deliberation

    We are committed to facilitate the learning curve for all potential leaders and change-makers as far as policy awareness, formulation and assessment is concerned. The Policy Troupe, our residential policy innovation workshop, has therefore been designed to nurture and fuel your thoughts, and initiate you into the realm of public policy. How does it work? […]

  • The Right to Menstrual Health Project Session at Adalaj Village, Gujarat

    The Right to Menstrual Health Project Session at Adalaj Village, Gujarat

    As a part of The Right to Menstrual Health Project, we conducted a Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) session for girls of Class 7th and 8th at the Adalaj Village in Gujarat. Our team was joined by the students of Gujarat National Law University who were earlier trained by us in conducting such sessions for adolescent […]

  • Sexual and Reproductive Well Being in India

    Sexual and Reproductive Well Being in India

    India’s Sexual & Reproductive Health, Well Being and Rights are yet to be addressed in a manner that fulfills the country’s international obligations. Our Policy Brief studies these policy gaps and outlines the necessary course of action for bettering the sexual and reproductive health landscape in India. Click here to read the Policy Brief

  • Measuring the Status of Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Case Study of Gujarat

    Measuring the Status of Sexual and Reproductive Health: A Case Study of Gujarat

    This Research Brief provides an overview of the sexual and reproductive health in the State of Gujarat and how its policies are faring on the Sustainable Development Index of the United Nations (Agenda 2030) in relation to Good Health and Well Being. Click here to read the Research Brief

  • The Right to Menstrual Health Project Session at Adalaj Village, Gujarat

    The Right to Menstrual Health Project Session at Adalaj Village, Gujarat

    We conducted our second session at the Government Girls’ School in Adalaj Village, Gujarat under The Right to Menstrual Health Project. The session entailed a workshop with the girls of 7th Standard, wherein apart from discussing the biological aspect of menstruation, they were also familiarised with the necessary nutrition and hygiene requirement during ones menstrual […]

  • The Right to Menstrual Health Project Session at Adalaj Village, Gujarat

    The Right to Menstrual Health Project Session at Adalaj Village, Gujarat

    We conducted the first menstrual health management awareness-cum-training session at Adalaj Village in Gujarat, as a part of The Right to Menstrual Health Project, along with The Legal Services Committee (under the aegis of the Center for Law and Society) of the Gujarat National Law University. We engaged with the 6th grade students of the […]

  • Civic Architects: Right to Menstrual Health

    Civic Architects: Right to Menstrual Health

    When interventions and intersections are put under the scanner, potential problems and complexes seem in dire need of far reaching approaches and solutions. Understanding interventions, acknowledging multi-pronged challenges and seeking the mechanism for change at the Civic Architects (Call for Action: Right to Menstrual Health).