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The problem?

Lack of recognition and  visibility  of women in community development.

*Census statistics for Tamil Nadu, 2011-2020

The solution?

Female leadership as the catalyst for change

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31%

wage difference between

men and women

0.3%

prevalence of

HIV/AIDs

62%

women employed in the

day wage sector

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When women are empowered, they can achieve the transformative economic, environmental and social changes required for sustainable development. 

We are on a mission to create resilient communities, underpinned by better health outcomes, agricultural benefits and thriving community-owned businesses.

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OUR APPROACH

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Health Advocacy & Patient Networks

We work to increase awareness and reduce stigma on common health issues (e.g. HIV, TB, Diabetes & COVID-19), and encourage engagement, outreach and solidarity through patient networks.  

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Women's Rights & Inclusive Development 

We ensure equitable opportunities for upwards mobility for all women, transgender women and children in the community. 

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Economic Resilience & Leadership

We believe a developed society is one in which women are financially independent, with a growing women running community enterprises and taking leadership roles in entrepreneurial growth.

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Agriculture & Environmental Development

We want to see an increase in the number of female landowners in the community, with women using their land to cultivate crops following organic and sustainable farming methods.