Our Social Activities

Our Social Activities

The involvement of women in our NGO provided them with a chance to enter the social and political realms, which was not something that the public and for-profit sectors readily allowed. We focus on promoting women's rights while simultaneously working to reduce poverty among women. These have significantly altered how women spend their lives. NGOs are important in India's efforts to uphold the rights guaranteed by the law.


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  • Women are viewed as a symbol of progress. Women are now recognized as an important part of maintaining a stable economy. Women constitute 48% of the Indian population, but their participation in economic development remains low, with only 34% of Indian women engaged in financial and economic activities. Many of them are unpaid or underpaid. Women have become victims of unemployment as a result of gender bias in some parts of India.

    • The main goal of this program is to empower women by raising awareness about the business environment and nurturing their development, which will ultimately benefit the family and society.
    • We invest in programs that assist women living in low-income households in developing marketable skills, starting small businesses, and securing fair wages and ethical employment. When women have the ability to make their own money and control how they spend it, they are not only economically empowered, but they are also helping to reduce global poverty.
    • According to research, women spend up to 90% of their earnings on things that directly benefit their children and families, such as healthier food, safe water, school fees, and medicine. Women who thrive economically empower and protect their children.
    • We provide capacity-building grants to women-led businesses that pay fair wages to otherwise disenfranchised groups and whose innovative business models generate both monetary profit and significant social returns.

    • Women entrepreneurs contribute significantly to economic growth and poverty reduction in both the developing and developed worlds. As a result, we’ve prioritized providing women with the tools and skills they need to become more financially independent and powerful.

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    India has a high rate of illiteracy, with a higher proportion of female illiterates. Thus, Development Alternatives developed our program to impart functional literacy in rural and urban areas as part of its mandate to empower communities.

    Through the use of cutting-edge learning and memory techniques, our educational program's literacy and numeracy curriculum taught illiterate people how to read, write, and perform basic arithmetic. The learner gains the necessary literacy and numeracy skills to be able to read simple books, write letters, confirm her shopping and banking transactions, and go on to learn highly valuable job-related skills in just 56 days of highly instructive and enjoyable 2-hour classes held locally in the village. The two years and significant fees that other teaching programs demand can be avoided by enrolling in COL, which clearly positions its graduates to become active members of their families and successful community leaders.

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    Each and every woman has a right to practice good menstrual hygiene. However, very few people can since they cannot afford it. Help Sneha Bindu Charitable Trust distribute supplies that will enable people to maintain their own hygiene and raise awareness by working together. Many cultures pass on knowledge of period management from mother to daughter.

    Only 36% of India's 355 million menstruation women use sanitary napkins, according to the BBC. Before they begin to menstruate themselves, 71% of adolescent females are unaware of menstruation. Menstrual hygiene products are out of reach for millions of families budgets. Girls may stop attending school as a result of this for both practical reasons and due to their fear of being teased by their peers.

    Some women experience discomfort for a few days while they are on their period, but after a few months, they grow accustomed to it.

    Unfortunately, for some people, menstruation can be accompanied by a cultural stigma of impurity, anxiety, and embarrassment brought on by a lack of awareness and menstrual products to control their flow.

    By far, eliminating taboos is the most crucial step. This is something that active campaigns can do, and we want to do it with the aid of this FREE SANITARY PAD DISTRIBUTION PROJECT.

    Medical treatment

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    Healthy food

    Denounce with righteous indignation and dislike men who are beguiled and by the charms of pleasure.

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