“She is a warrior capable of slaying the demons in life. She is a pioneer capable of choosing her own path. She is a trail blazer capable of achieving new horizons. Just give her some time and see her bedazzle the world.”
― Avijeet Das
In Indian society, since ancient time’s women have been kept under discrimination and excluded them any from political and family-related decisions. Women come across end number of issues such as child marriage, sexual harassment, physical assault, rape, less opportunity in regards to education, etc. According to the recent report, Women in parliament comprised of only 14.5%, Women in labor force: 27.2% and Females over 25 with secondary education: 39%. Women’s rights under the Constitution of India mainly include equality, dignity, and freedom from discrimination; additionally, India has various statutes governing the rights of women. UTTHAN occasionally also conducts awareness for women empowerment. On May 28, World Menstrual hygiene day, UTTHAN conducted an awareness program in Harola village, Noida for safe menstruation.