UNDERSTANDING SELF-IDENTITY AMONG YOUNG WOMEN ACROSS INDIA
About the study
Sattva recently conducted a research study, in collaboration with one of our clients to support them in designing their gender-focused social impact programme. This programme was focused on helping young women understand their identities and achieve their future aspirations and dreams.
The study was divided into two tracks, as presented in the figure below:
Towards Track 1 Sattva conducted a primary research study with:
– 789 girls (age 14-18) and women (age 19-25) across 4 regions of India—North, South, East and West
– 16 experts from reputed NGOs and private organisations who work on issues of gender and self-identity
For a detailed breakdown of each insight, with related quotes from the ground and from ecosystem experts; as well as data informing each insight and additional findings read our detailed piece here:
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Sattva has been working with various non-profits and social organisations as well as corporate clients to help them define their social impact goals. Our focus is to solve critical problems and find scalable solutions. We assist organisations in formulating their long-term social impact strategy by strategically aligning with business to provide meaningful solutions to social issues.
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