Our effort is to enable equal opportunities for girls and boys and help all children fulfil their potential. Our programs aim at supporting young girls who have limited resources to pursue higher education as well as empower women of all ages to break taboos and myths concerning their health and challenge gender stereotypes that limit achievement.
Through our programs, we are directly supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals. In particular, our programs contribute significantly towards the achievement of GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being, thereby ensuring healthy lives at all ages; and GOAL 4: ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education for all. By educating and empowering girls in our country, we will also support the UN Sustainable Development GOAL 8 that aims towards promoting sustained and inclusive economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
Our program also contributes to the UN Sustainable GOAL 11, which is aimed at creating sustainable cities and communities. By creating awareness about reusable sanitary pads, the program is contributing towards reducing the waste generated by the use of non-biodegradable pads.
Our experience has taught us the value of Education, Mentoring, Life Skills, and Community Service. Basing our Fellowship on these key pillars, we aim to enable the professional aspirations of future women leaders in their areas of choice. The overarching theme for envisioning KARM Fellowship is Education-to make it valuable, accessible and empowering.
We want to encourage women across ages to embrace menstruation and menopause as a normal part of their lives. Our aim is to spread awareness about menstruation and menopause and counter this social taboo with knowledge and education.
The Samaanta deals with gender norms and aims to raise more awareness on gender inclusivity and gender equality, but by using the power of communication, technology, and critical thinking.
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