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    Working Together – Learning Together:

    The street play gives a clear idea of various aspects of violence. We would like it to be a part of all functions organised by the police. These young people have explained it very well- Ms. Anuradha, Inspector Delhi Police I learnt about various aspects of gender through the exhibition- Mr. Gangasharan, School of Open

    Strengthening Community Engagement on Health Care and Domestic Violence

    “Never before has a camp been organized for women in this area by any organization. Please continue to hold such camps so that women and girls who do not step out of their homes can avail of health benefits”. Ajay, 23 years  “The next time you hold a camp of this kind please involve my

    National Dissemination Meet on Enabling the Urban Poor to Strengthen Access to Sanitation

    National Dissemination Meet on: Presenting the Findings from the Evaluation Study of a Three-Year Intervention on Enabling the Urban Poor to Strengthen Access to Sanitation   The National Dissemination Meet held in Delhi, on February 27-28, 2017, enabled the Centre for Advocacy and Research (CFAR) to share and reflect collectively on the best practices that had

    Building awareness on NALSA Schemes for unorganised workers

    CFAR Pune conducted a Legal Awareness Programme on NALSA schemes for workers in the unorganized sector, at the Sahaya Single Window, on 23rd Feb. 2017. Member Secretary DLSA, Mr. Raosaheb Kokare, Adv. Jalal Pathan, Mr. Prabhakar Kamble and Adv. Nanda Jadhav were present at the event; as were forty seven (47) Community representatives from  Vishrantwadi, Shramik

    Quality Council of India (QCI) at Jhalana Kunda to understand ‘Community Involvement’ in constructing IHHL

    In response to a request from the Jaipur Municipal Corporation (JMC) the Centre for Advocacy and Research (CFAR) facilitated an inspection of IHHLs (Individual House Hold Latrines) in Jhalana Kunda, in Jaipur, by a team from the Quality Council of India; an autonomous body that has been set up by the Government of India, as

    Public Hearings in Aadarsh Bastis

    As part of the MoU with DUSIB to strengthen community engagement in Adarsh Basti Centre for Advocacy and Research (CFAR), Mahila Pragati Manch (MPM) and Community Management Committee (CMC) have been given the responsibility of providing evidence on quantity and quality of access toand use of sanitation services across 14 Adarsh Bastis where we are partnering with