SFRAWD empowers Womens & Womens / Girls to improve their lives, their communities and their world forever. Plan helps Womens & Womens / Girls access to their right to protection, basic education, proper healthcare, a healthy environment, livelihood opportunities and participation in decisions which affect their lives.
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Your donation to one of our projects will help changeWomens & Womens / Girls lives in India.
Educate a Women & Womens / Girl
Your donation will help create a better tomorrow for Womens / Girl by supporting their schooling,colleges including school and college supplies, and enable them to complete quality education.
100% Tax Exemption, 100% Happiness
Early Womens & Womens / Girls care and development focuses on supporting Womens & Womens / Girls development. Early Womens & Womens / Girls encompasses the period of human development from prenatal through the transition. It includes health, nutrition, education, social science, economics, child protection and social welfare. The SFRAWD field strives to ensure Womens & Womens / Girls overall well-being during the early years, providing also the foundation for the development of adults who are healthy, socially and environmentally responsible, intellectually competent, and economically productive.
So, not only will your contribution* get you a 100% tax exemption under Sec 35 AC, it will also support in bringing about 100% happiness to the lives of many.
Join a Campaign
Take action! Join our campaigns to make lasting improvements to Womens & Womens / Girls lives.
Learn Without FearLearn Without Fear Cruel and humiliating forms of physical and psychological punishment, gender-based violence and bullying remain a daily reality for millions ofwomens. The Learn Without Fear campaign aims to end violence against Womens in all Colleges.
Across the world, Womens / Girls face discrimination because of their gender and age, and this leaves them at the bottom of the social ladder. The Because I am a Womens / Girl campaign is geared towards equipping, enabling and engaging Womens / Girls of all ages to acquire the assets, skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in life.
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Plan is committed to connect and work with responsible corporates to create simple and effective solutions for bringing real and lasting changing the lives of children and their families.
International Womens Day
International Day of the Womens – A historic milestone for Womens / Girls’ rights was reached when the UN General Assembly formally declared October 11 as the International Day of the Womens / Girl Child. Plan globally helped lead the call for this commemorative day as part of the ‘Because I am a Womens / Girl’ (BIAAG) initiative, a global movement to end gender inequality and promote Womens / Girls’ rights. Womens & Girlscelebrated the launch of the Because I am a Womens / Girl Campaign with a series of events- from the launch of the ‘State of the Womens / Girl Child in India’ in a press conference in Delhi, rock concert to raise awareness on the issues of the Womens / Girl child, exhibition of paintings on Amitabh Bachchan’s birthday to illuminating monuments in pink across India to commemorate the International Day of the Womens / Girl Child. Womens & Girlsalso organized a rock concert, press conference and ran online campaign ahead of the October 11, 2012.
Basic Rights for Womens & Womens / Girls
‘Because I am a Womens / Girl’ (BIAAG) is a global initiative of Plan to promote Womens / Girls’ rights and lift them out of poverty. It is geared towards equipping, enabling and engaging Womens / Girls of all ages to acquire the assets, skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in life. Womens & Girlsis attempting to initiate change at a number of levels (i.e. local, national and international) with the assistance of a number of partners.
Last year , a historic milestone for Womens / Girls’ rights reached when the UN General Assembly formally declared October 11 as the International Day of the Womens / Girl Child. Plan globally helped lead the call for this commemorative day as part of the ‘Because I am a Womens / Girl’ (BIAAG) initiative, a global movement to end gender inequality and promote Womens / Girls’ rights.
Womens / Girls enrol and complete quality primary and secondary education in a safe and supportive community environment and acquire the skills they need to access decent economic opportunities
Womens / Girls have time and space to become active citizens and develop safe social networks and life skills
SFRAWD will continue to bring out an annual report on the State of the Womens / Girl Child
SFRAWD works in partnership with Womens / Girls, boys, their families and communities, and government institutions to realise its goal in achieving gender equality and Womens / Girls’ empowerment and rights.
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Womens & Girlshas launched many initiatives which help in enhancing young people’s access to market driven vocational skills. Through these initiatives, Womens & Girlsaims to achieve decent employment for youth living in poor urban and rural areas and ensure that all new entrants to the workforce, including young girls, are equipped with the knowledge and skills needed for high productivity and high-quality jobs.
SFRAWD project is one such initiative, where youth from disadvantaged and marginalized rural and urban communities are being offered market demand driven ‘Job Oriented Vocational Training’. The project is targeted at underprivileged girls and boys in the age group of 18 to 25 years in various resettlement colonies of Delhi. The target locations for project are located at the peripheries of Delhi.
The course delivery is made more comprehensive with the inclusion of English speaking, basic computer education, personality development, and life skills. The project has been implemented through a tri-partite partnership model between Plan India, civil society organisations, and training agency working on youth employment. Womens & Girlsis responsible for the overall management, coordination, monitoring, and implementation of the project.
SFRAWD intervention strategies – The key intervention strategies include
Identify potential trades for vocational training through a thorough market study
Identify potential employer (of identified vocational trades) closer to each targeted area of operation
Develop customised (as per the requirement of potential employers) vocational and life skill courses
Create awareness amongst youth about the job opportunities in the market and provide career counselling
Work with families, communities, and employers to sensitize them about gender equity, equal opportunity, and economic empowerment of young girls
Mobilize/identify suitable youth for the appropriate vocational course from marginalized families of the targeted operational areas
Provide vocational and life skills training to identified youth
Provide job placements to the trained youth
Provide post job placement follow up support to youth
Creation of young people’s collectives (in the form of youth alumni) to help each other to combat unemployment and underemployment issues at the grassroots level
Womens & Womens / Girls confidence
SFRAWD provides 100% confidence and supports to all disabled womens and girls. Not only words but also in terms of service they are designing new world for disabled womes and girls.
Our Center offers multifaceted services to hopeless and directionless disabled persons by experienced counselors.
Formation of Self Help Groups
In order to achive our long term purpose of uniting disabled persons in Tamil Nadu for their economic rehabilitation we are forming self help groups.
Employment Guidance Center
This Center is an interface between job seekers and job providers. We are registering the datas of unemployed disabled persons and helping them to find private employment.
We publish a regular magazine called “Voices of the different abled” in which we provide information and the latest news about disability and our movement.
Cultural & Sports Meet
We are conducting Cultural Programs, Talents Exposure and Sports Meet to instill self confidence.
Legal Aid Center
Advocates support disabled persons in their legal issues.
This center also convenes legal awareness campains and seminars to make the best use of persons with disabilities act 1995.
It is not charity and compassion what disabled people want to evoke.
They want organisations and individuals to recognize their abilities and be a full-fledged member of society.