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  • Phia Foundation in partnership with Tata Trusts, Google India and civil society partners (CSOs), is implementing a digital initiative programme called Internet Saathi programme since 2016 in the state of UP. The programme aims to address the gender disparity in internet use in rural India which puts women in rural India at further risk of getting marginalized in the society. It seeks to do so by empowering rural women and communities in digital literacy.

  • The It’s Possible Campaign is based on collective action and it aims to reach individuals, especially men and change their outlook and behavioural attitude towards gender by working around the themes of Language, Honour, Freedom of choice, Division of labour at home and Parenting.

  • It is a well-known fact that Rajasthan is highly prone to caste based discrimination and violence between upper caste and marginalized dalit community. Dalit Manavadikhar KendraSamiti and Centre for Dalit Rights, Rajasthan, India, is working in partnership with many national and international organizations on these access to justice issues for the last one decade.

  • Partnering Hope into Action (Phia) Foundation is taking forward the work done through the PACS Programme and works on the issues of social exclusion and poverty reduction. The issue of gender equality crosscuts all of our work. Leave No one Behind’ being the spirit of Sustainable Development Goals aims to place gender equality and empowerment of all women and girls at the heart of the 2030 Agenda. Phia Foundation envisages for a gender equal world and strongly believes that gender inequality is one of the most crucial issues that needs to be tackled in India.

  • International Labour Day Celebration
    Organized by: Department of Labour, mployment and Training, GoJ
    Venue: Vidhan Sabha Maidan, Ranchi
    1st May, 2017

  • Saranda, the ‘Land of Seven Hundred Hills’ lies at the tri junction of three states- Jharkhand, Odisha and Chhattisgarh and is covered by the dense Sal forest. The region is inhabited by the tribal population (HO tribes) who reside in the deep forest areas, and are highly marginalised due to their inaccessibility. Infant mortality rates in the region are high, with an abysmally low neonatal survival rate. Overall malnutrition rates in the region are high, and health infrastructure is weak.

  • Children’s day (also known as Bal Divas) in India is celebrated every year on 14th of November to increase the awareness of people towards the rights, care and education of children. Children are the key of success and development of the country as they would lead their country in different and new technological way. 14th of November is the birth date of the first Indian prime minister, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and is celebrated as Children’s Day.

  • On the eve of International Women’s Day, the Managing Director of TVS Srichakra Ltd., Shobhana Ramachandran, shares with Soma Basu the story of her journey on a less travelled path for women and how she made it to the top staying in small town Madurai

    There are no two ways about Shobhana Ramachandran, a scion of the powerful TVS family that runs the country’s largest automotive conglomerate company. Strongly opinionated, she never sways from decisions once taken. The firm person that she is it reveals the clarity in her thoughts and actions that follow.

  • Jharkhand is one of the more progressive states where the government has been proactive in understanding the role and value of working with Civil Society Organisations (CSOs). It has always looked at opportunities to facilitate constructive engagement between various stakeholders (CSO’s, Private Sector and Government) to enable them to work together towards a shared vision of increasing the impact of development initiatives in the state.

  • Phia Foundation has collaborated with Gripple Hanger & Joiner Systems India P. Ltd. to scale up its Jugnu education project in Bhowapur on a health-based intervention. Gripple India has provided grant support to Phia to set up health camps in the community for both routine and specific health check-ups for children, women and others. In addition to this financial support, Gripple has also committed to support Phia’s work in the community through employee engagement initiatives.