Social activists highlight ‘pee problem’ through a play 

Activists from CORO and Right to Pee have joined hands to help spread awareness regarding women's sanitation rights through a commercial play called 'Baikanna Ka Nahi?' which means 'Why Not for Women'. The play aims to throw a light upon the perennial unavailability of clean toilet facilities in public places, which is a matter of concern to women

Social activists highlight ‘pee problem’ through a play In recent times, subjects regarding toilets and sanitation have been open spoken about by several people, including the Prime Minister himself. Narendra Modi mentioned it, in his Independence Day speech last year. However, the ground reality remains the same for woman as they still have to struggle to get their basic ‘Right to Pee’. Taking […]

‘Kitchen Garden,’an initiative by CRY for poor children

In a bid to provide fresh and healthy food to children and expectant mothers, anganwadis in remote areas of Gariyaband and Korba district have set up kitchen gardens in their backyards .The aim of this initiative is to address malnutrition in one of the poorest states of India

‘Kitchen Garden,’an initiative by CRY for poor childrenIndia had observed the National Nutrition Week which usually occurs in the first week of September (Sept 1 to 7). Child Rights and You (CRY), a prominent NGO which works for the welfare of children, has implemented a unique initiative called ‘kitchen gardens in Anganwadis’in the state of Chhattisgarh. The aim of the initiative is […]