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‘No Mask No Entry’ Campaign an awareness programme on COVID-19 launched for the community of Transport Nagar

Jaipur, November 2, 2020: “No Mask No Entry” – An awareness-cum-free mask distribution Campaign has been organized by the Centre for Advocacy and Research, an NGO in partnership with Jaipur Municipal Corporation and NULM.  The objective of the campaign is to encourage citizens to adopt safe personal hygiene practices including wearing masks, washing hands using the

Municipal Corporation, NULM and Self Help Groups resolve to contain the pandemic

Launch NO Masks NO Entry Campaign in Jawahar Nagar Jaipur, October 28: The Centre for Advocacy and Research in partnership with Jaipur Municipal Corporation and NULM launched No Masks, No Entry awareness cum free mask distribution campaign in Jaipur. The objective of the campaign is to encourage citizens to adopt safe personal hygiene practices including

Low-cost handwash stations help people stay safe in the time of pandemic

Bhubaneswar/Jaipur: This unique handwashing station is helping people stay safe and healthy during the pandemic. It costs little, made entirely of locally available material, and serves the needs of community members of slums in Bhubaneswar and Jaipur. The design for affordable and self-assembled handwash stations was developed in Barabhuja basti in Bhubaneswar’s ward 63, and

Webinar Series: COVID-19 Pandemic

Understanding its Impact on Marginal Groups and Populations Panel 1: COVID-19 and Gender Justice: Is the Response Adequate? Date: Thursday, May 28, 2020, Time: 10.30 to 12.30 hrs. Moderator: Dr. Kanchan Mathur, Honorary Professor, Independent Consultant and Gender Expert, Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur PANELISTS: Pushpa Mai, Founder Nai Bhor, Jaipur, a CBO working for

Enabling Social Justice at the Doorstep through District Legal Services Authority (DLSA), East

“We, women not only need dry ration, milk and grocery during this difficult time, we also need peace of mind and harmony at home and in our basti. With lines of men queuing up from 4 am in the morning, drunken brawls and abuses waking us early in the morning, we decided it was high

Health Check-up for Pourakarmikas and Construction Workers

Bangalore – Centre for Advocacy and Research (CFAR), with the support of Single Window team, Help-desk, and ASHA workers made door-to-door visits to the house of the construction workers living in settlements and disseminated information on safety and precautions to be taken for prevention of COVID-19 infection. Health camps were also organised for the construction