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Priya

“I want to pave the way for other girls. Any girl who wants to go to school should be able to 

population of malnourished children, as most of the families there lived in poverty,and would migrate to cities due to limited livelihood opportunities. After many counselling sessions with the families, Anuradha managed to admit 11 children to the nearest Nutrition Rehabilitation Centre for treatment. Her regular counselling sessions with the villagers have further helped 23 other children to fight malnutrition.

She is dedicated to eradicate malnutrition from her village, and is currently working with the remaining 15 malnourished children. She is hopeful that her efforts will lead to a community with zero malnourishment.

Menstrual hygiene starts with awareness

27-2-2019 | Women Empowerment

Cyclone Fani made landfall along the coast of Odisha on May 3, severely affecting infrastructure and the livelihoods of millions, leaving behind a death toll of 38. Kuchha houses and small shops have been destroyed, roads are blocked... Read More

Demystifying the taboo around menstruation

27-2-2019 | Women Empowerment

Cyclone Fani made landfall along the coast of Odisha on May 3, severely affecting infrastructure and the livelihoods of millions, leaving behind a death toll of 38. Kuchha houses and small shops have been destroyed, roads are blocked... Read More

Diwan Memorial

WE CAN'T HELP EVERYONE,
BUT EVERYONE CAN HELP
SOMEONE

Diwan Memorial Social Welfare & Rural Development is an NGO in India directly benefitting over 750,000 children and families.