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Gauri

Have you ever wondered how you missed on getting information about your body early on in your life? And more than that, how would that information have changed your access to sexual health? These were some of the questions that Gauri had as well. An adolescent from Gurugram, she pits her knowledge about sexual and […]

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Shamita Harsh

“As women, we know that the working day for capital does not necessarily produce a paycheck,” – Khara Jabola-Carolus, the executive director of the Hawaii State Commission on the Status of Women talks about being behind the first explicitly feminist economic recovery plan in the country. What happened to the women in COVID-19? Different genders were […]

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Uma

Uma needed a safe space to share her story but at an early age she didn’t find one where she could feel secure. But Uma was keen on educating herself about gender and sexual health. Soon she became a peer educator where she was interacting with local communities to increase the level of awareness on […]

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Shamita Harsh

We have all come to realise how masks became an integral partner of our lives. But some women in Gorakhpur have proven how we can innovate and create something crazy out of this necessity. And they are doing this with their products despite COVID-19 to grow their local business. Anu from Meri Asha self-help group […]

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Deepa Narayan

What is a man? How do you define one? Why should we define one? Why re we limiting masculinity in India to one stereotype? And more importantly, why can’t men be a part of the road of feminism that leads to gender equality? An unequal culture between men and women survives on hundreds of ordinary, […]

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Sangeeta

Meet Sangeeta who started her own brand Madhuram in the pandemic. Over the past one and a half years she has packaged and sold her products through multiple online and offline channels. A women entrepreneur from Amethi, Sangeeta’s self-help group ASHA has been the first case study to pilot a Social Saheli QR Code with […]

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Soni

Meet Soni, who hails from the Sonbhadra district of Uttar Pradesh. She enabled her self-help group to create items out of locally available bamboo. Their bamboo products are now being marketed through exhibitions, local markets and even through an online app called Son Bazaar.

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Shamita Harsh

Is this a nation for its women? When did India become the land of rapes? Safety of women in India has been negotiated for far too long. Priyanka Dubey, an independent journalist, sits down in a conversation to explore what really goes on in reporting sexual-based violence and crimes against women in the country. How […]

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Shamita Harsh

Struggling to make ends meet or pay for her son’s fees, Shabana Khan has had a hard time finding a source of income in the COVID-19 pandemic. But that hasn’t stopped her from still trying to find a new way to market her business. Today, she is taking to the Social Saheli platform to market […]

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Shamita Harsh

Want to find a cool women entrepreneur who not only set up her business in the pandemic but has managed to grow it in the lockdown? And all because of her mobile phone? Meet the Radhika Bharadwaj, Rita Mishra, Gayatri Chandrawar and many more Social Sahelis that have been creating a new micro-enterprise ecosystem in […]

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Nisha kumari

Meet Nisha, an SRHR worker who tells us about her experience of educating students about various aspects of sexuality such as menstruation, child sexual abuse, and periods. She highlights the hesitation that exists among both girls and boys in talking about periods and her attempts to change that.

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Pinki Kumari

Pinki Kumari in Mishroli village, Kushinagar never knew that she would be helping revolutionise the last mile connectivity to menstrual hygiene products. She and her gang of friends have been an active part of change for the lives of many girls in their village? How are they doing that? From enrolling young children, especially girls, […]

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People Like Us

It’s 2021 and many organisations in India still don’t prefer to employ acid-attack survivors. So many young acid attack survivors struggle to make ends meet. It is worse enough that acid attacks are still a thing in this country. An acid attack survivor is on her journey to provide gainful employment opportunities for more women […]

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Rajni Devi

A Saheli shares her experience of how life has changed drastically for her in the pandemic. The lockdown was not easy for many women who had no employment opportunities but the Nayi Kiran self-help group came to their rescue. Today, Rajni Devi is inspiring more and more women to join her group and utilise their […]

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Siya Bhatia

In the name of safety senseless rules are implemented on girls in colleges and universities especially in the girls hostel. This gender bias in the hostels across the country is something that needs to be questioned

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Shubham Gupta

The students of the HNL University are protesting against the resignation of the University’s Vice-Chancellor on the charges of corruption and incompetency. Hear out the students as they enter the 140th hour of the protest

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Ekta Vivek Verma

What is domestic abuse? What isn’t domestic abuse? What are the different types of domestic abuse? What are our options when faced by abuse? How to cope in a toxic environment? How can I or someone I know get help? Is it okay to seek help?

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People Like Us

Listen to the story of People Tree and Dior. People tree claimed that Dior plagiarised their design. Know the whole story here

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Shubham Gupta

Meet the woman who’s fighting street harassment by illustrating abuse on New York streets?

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Archana Singh

Meet Archana Singh who is not your average entrepreneur. She has jumped a total of 3 businesses but she is a smart businesswoman who has used the savings and profit from each venture to finance the next. From a goat-rearing venture to sewing clothes, today, Archana manufactures show rings for fans and has set up […]

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Radhika Bharadwaj

Radhika Bharadwaj from the Garkhara village in Varanasi learnt to run a business on her own. With a little bit of trial and error, she decided to empower the rural women in her village by giving them a source of employment. But how did she make that happen? By setting up Santoshi Ma self-help group […]

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Shamita Harsh

The macrame expert from Assam was married into another patriarchal household. But that didn’t stop Kanchan Mali from exploring her love for sewing and stitching. Learning intricate designs by the torch light in her house in the northeastern part of India, Kanchan never knew she would one day be running a sewing school for women […]

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Shamita Harsh

How did we manage to enable and mobilise so many women entrepreneurs over the course of the last five months in rural India? Well, look no further, the answer is in this Vlog that documents the very first training of Social Saheli. Rural women associated with self-help groups were trained for the first time in […]

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Pallavi Pareek

जेंडर अब बड़े परदे पर – Where do the women belong? If the kitchen is your first thought, then you may need to rethink why you tend to picture gender roles in a certain way. And where better to start than our very own Bollywood that has spent a century selling gender stereotypes to us. […]

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Gayatri Chandrawar

The journey of Gayatri Chandrawar from Gorakhpur wasn’t an easy one. Hailing from a semi-urban locality in the city, Gayatri found herself struggling with the patriarchal boundaries of her household. But a business idea kept brewing in the back of her mind, one that would involve empowering several other women like her. Many people warned […]

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People Like Us

Minakshi Walke hails from Chandrapur, Maharashtra. A one-woman show, she began making locally produced bamboo products. Discovering a new market for her cool products inspired her to hire and employ more women in her group. Today, Minakshi wants to set up the biggest bamboo enterprise run by a woman that supports other women to earn […]

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Jaimala Srivastava

Jaimala Srivastava from Gorakhpur didn’t have much to go on with barely any income or savings. Her self-help group changed all of that. They make seasonal pickles, chutneys and other food products. Together her group – Jaya SHG, is now running a successful business and locally marketing their products through word of mouth as well […]

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Pallavi Pareek

What if women didn’t find a seat at the table at the workplace? And who has defined these structural barriers that create significant obstructions for a woman’s equal participation in the society? Having the opportunity to voice your opinion can also be difficult for women at the workplace. To bridge the gap, this episode of […]

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People Like Us

Meet the rural women entrepreneurs of India who are transforming the business ecosystem in small towns of the country. Using innovative ideas, these businesswomen have also given opportunities for other women from rural areas. This has been possible through formation of self-help groups. The story of former International hockey player, Rita Mishra is not less […]

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People Like Us

With a blooming community of over 200 women in 4 districts of Uttar Pradesh, Social Saheli brings you a snapshot of their journey. Meet the women of self-help groups who are taking over the digital world to tell their stories and debut with their products. The Sahelis have a long list of products that are […]

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