Diksha Foundation entered in partnership with UNFPA and Patna Municipal Corporation for developing Patna into a socially smart and inclusive city. The partnership focuses on lifelong learning. Our engagement in this project covers training of Sanitation Workers, Ward Councilors, youth and women resident in vulnerable slum communities. We are providing them training and building their capacities to inculcate in them health, safety and leadership skills. We are working in 50 slums in Patna for gender equality and citizen engagement.
- Engaging Women and Youth of 50 slums of Patna Municipal Corporation- In this segment the women and youth of these slums are empowered about the Sexual & Reproductive Health, Gender-based violence, child marriage etc.
- Capacity building workshops/meetings on SRHR, physical changes, menstrual hygiene-Workshops to empower the people and specially the women and youth of these societies on the SRHR and the major changes one meets during their adolescence and gender based violence or child labor and marriage along with education and its importance.
- Family Planning, commodities, ICDS, WASH- Awareness is generated for these people on family planning and ICDS , Water, sanitation and hygiene and how these are important and integral part of our life and how one is responsible for their basic rights of these amenities
- Social Action Tasks- Social action tasks based on our duties and rights and in order to improve the current scenario of civic aid in our society.