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  • A drawing competition was organised by a well-known religious trust, Shri Ganesh Sewa Samaj Trust on 31st December 2017.  12 children from Phia Foundation’s Bhowapur Education Centre participated in the competition. This trust keeps organizing various competitions for children and this is the first time, children from EWS community participated in the drawing competition.

  • Education is not complete by just reading school books, children need to know what they are reading and should be able to relate when they happen to see things. Educational trips help children to understand well what they have learned through books.

    Phia Foundation organised an educational trip for the children of Madanpur Khadar and Bhowapur schools on 14th and 21st December respectively. More than 225 children, 8 staff members and four parents from both the schools were part of the National Zoological Park visit.

  • Phia partnered with UNICEF in December 2015 on a climate resilience project which was extended for a second phase looking at a more intensive engagement with the State Governments of Uttar Pradesh, Odisha, and Kerala for a consultative process leading to effective translation of State Action Plan on Climate Change (SAPCC) into on-ground action while being children and women-centered, which is UNICEF’s primary mandate.

  • A workshop was organized by Phia Foundation in collaboration with Uttar Pradesh Police at Career Dental College of Sciences and Hospital, Lucknow on Saturday December 9th to celebrate Mahila Samman Saptaah. Around 500 participants from Police Department, UP Police Mahila Samman Prakosth, youth, CSOs, Change Makers, academicians and media were present in the event.

  • In solidarity with the Orange Day movement, on November 29, Phia organization turned orange to mark 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence Towards Women and Girls. All employees of the organization wore orange colored clothes to show their support for the cause. As a bright and optimistic colour, orange represents a future free from violence against women and girls.

  • 26th September 2017, Lucknow

    Phia Foundation strongly believes that violation of child rights and development is a critical issue that deserves intense and holistic action in Uttar Pradesh. We believe without collective efforts, infringement on child rights will continue in our society.

  • The 71st Independence Day was celebrated by the teachers and children of Phia’s urban slums school located at Madanpur Khadar and Bhowapur with great fervor, enthusiasm and happiness.  The preparations for this day started well in advance by the teachers and students of both the schools and the children all excited attended the program dressed in colorful attires. More than 320 children, 7 teachers and parents were a part of the celebration and it was overwhelming to see the enthusiasm of children.

  • Enrollment Drive in 16 Districts of Uttar Pradesh

    School Chalo Abhiyan – “School Chalo Abhiyan” launched on July 1, 2017 by UP CM is an initiative to increase enrollment in government schools and to ensure that every child in the state must get basic education. Campaign’s slogan is 'Khoob Padho, Aage Badho'. This campaign is organized every year for children between the age group of 6-14 years to promote education among students, mainly drop-outs across various towns and districts in UP.

  • 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.