Should we only give attention to women’s health on International day of action?

SharelinesMay 28--International Day of Action for Women’s health. @OxfamIndia is working on this issues in six states. Know more http://bit.ly/1eznO9G @OxfamIndia is working in six states to address critical health issues of women. Know more  http://bit.ly/1eznO9G Amidst the euphoria of the...

It’s time to understand ‘womanhood is beyond maternity’

Maternal health in India is a reflection of the status of women in the country. @OxfamIndia is working to improve that. http://bit.ly/1EzjnEB Just because a woman decides to or has to -- since many and perhaps most women in our country do not really decide themselves -- give birth to a child,...

The “Ten-thousand Committee”: Reviving VHSNCs in Jharkhand

A campaign vehicle in Kuchu village as part of Campaign against Child Marriage and Anemia. Photo © Sanjay Sarangi of CINIActivation of Village Health and Sanitation Committees (VHSNC) improve health.Sharelines 30% children in Jharkhand don't receive all recommended immunization. Read how @...

Breaking the silence, standing tall

Sujata with her mother in her village in Odisha’s Kandhamal districtSharelines India has the highest number of child brides in the world. Read how young girls are saying no to marriage http://bit.ly/17VOIEz In Odisha nearly 37% children marry before the legal age. Some girls are a source of...

These 8 Goals Were Set To Develop The World, But 14 Years Since, This Is Where We Stand

Many of us might be familiar with the music of ‘The Beatles‘, ranked the best-selling band in history with estimated sales of over 600 million records worldwide and named the greatest artists of all time by the Rolling Stone in 2004. Of the over-300 songs that the Fab Four (as the quartet of John,...