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Co-creating Collective Impact FHI 360

Talking the talk: An in-person experience of Co-creating Collective Impact 

For those providing immediate relief and long term transformative changes by defending the collective interests of some of the most vulnerable communities, the challenges for civil society organisations (CSOs) are many. Their needs are unique and hence must be addressed differently. How do we, as Sattva, reach the most underserved

Rethinking the ways of measuring women’s work in India

The labour market statistics that measure women’s labour are a critical foundation for effective policy design and ecosystem interventions to advance women’s economic empowerment. As per current measurements, India’s female labour force participation rate stands at approximately 30%. However, the methodologies that lead to this figure are underpinned by a

Bharat East Report

Bharat East Report: An Overview of Eastern States

The Bharat East report explores the performance of the eastern states (Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha and West Bengal), across various indicators and themes, using data points from the NFHS-IV, NFHS-V and Mission Antyodaya resources. Accounting for 22% of the country’s population, the East region alone accounts for 47 of the 117

Democratising HIV Care

Democratising HIV Care

By addressing the feedback of key populations [people living with HIV (PLHIV), female sex workers (FSW), men who have sex with men (MSM), transgenders (TG) and youth] with changes in healthcare systems, the Community-Led Monitoring programme aims to improve HIV service delivery across 14 districts in Telangana, Maharashtra and Delhi.

Investing in Adolescent Health and Well-being: Effective Interventions in India

Adolescents in India represent a significant proportion of the country’s total population, with approximately 253 million individuals in the age group of 10 to 19 years. Adolescents need access to information, opportunities, skills and services, during this transitional period that is critical to laying a foundation for good health. In

Enabling Better Mental Health for Indian Schoolchildren

India has witnessed a significant rise in mental health concerns among children and adolescents, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic. Stigma and lack of awareness lead to low health-seeking behaviours and poor attitudes regarding mental health. Policies such as the National Education Policy 2020, supported by overarching provisions of the National

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