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CARE India advocacy initiatives aim to influence existing and upcoming policies to uphold, scale and sustain the empowerment of women and girls from the most marginalized communities.

CARE India engages with policy makers and builds relationships with key State and National level networks and alliances to build support for the marginalized communities. Building on the work done over the past few years, the CARE India focuses on developing outcome-based thematic advocacy strategies for all the sectors CARE India operates in. At international level, CARE India engages with various processes to advocate on issues relevant to India. The organisation also conducts studies and develops knowledge products to advocate on various issues affecting the marginalised communities.

In FY 2015-16, CARE India was consulted for several State and National level policy-related work by the Government of India and was invited by various State Governments for suggestions on the implementation of various development programmes. CARE India also participated and contributed in important civil society and government processes related to Sustainable Development Goals, both within the country and Outside.

Uphold, Scale and Sustain the Empowerment of Women and Girls

Major Achivements

  • 01
    400 Anganwadi Centres

    have been strengthened in two districts Jangir-Champa and Korba in Chhattisgarh in three year intervention period

  • 02
    3,000 Anganwadi Workers

    have been reached through Anganwadi training centre

  • 03

    was conferred Global NGO Excellence Award by World CSR Group under innovation categoryin February,2015

  • 04
    Bal Mela Bilingual Reading

    resources and workbooks adapted by Chhattisgarh state will reach children engaged with 13,000 Anganwadi centres

  • 05
    13,000 Anganwadi Centres

    and over two lakh children reached through the uptake of Early Childhood Care and Development (ECCD) interventions

  • 06
    15 Special Training Centres in Bihar

    used Udaan methodology to reach out to two lakh school children

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The Confidant

Ruchi Kumari, a Class IX student from an upper primary government school in Gaya, Bihar, has always been passionate about turning school lessons into life lessons. A member of Meena Manch, a learning platform co-partnered by CARE India to build leadership skills in children, especially girls, Ruchi constantly aims to instill hope and faith for a brighter future,amongst all her friends and other girls in the village. It was through Meena Manch, that Ruchi and her friends first came to discuss issues around girls’ rights and access to education, health and sanitation for women.

Ruchi regularly shared what she learned at Meena Manch with her family and neighbours, including the importance of washing hands before and after each meal, having toilets at home, and keeping homes and the neighbouring areas clean. Read more…

Ruchi Kumari  Supported by Agrani: Building leadership in girls through school and community based platforms