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Abhishek Sawant

Self-help groups in Ayodhya, Uttar Pradesh have come together to showcase their products. They make everything from diyas to bags and are empowering the women in their community one village at a time. Are you a woman entrepreneur who is running their small business? Join us on socialsaheli.com

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Guddi Gupta

Have you looked at the AQI (Air Quality Index) in your city? Are you worried about the air your children are breathing right now? Shraddha, Khushi, Guddi and Aahana have a ground report from Navi Mumbai. The Air Quality Index is 237 and they are unhappy about the air they are breathing. These #HawaKeRakshak pinpoint […]

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Kareshma Khanna

Kareshma Khanna has a single mission and that is to utilise her areas of expertise include market research and integrated marketing communication planning to help Sahelis build stronger markets for their products. As a mentor at Social Saheli, Kareshma has been engaging with champions, creating an atmosphere of learning and giving tips on upskilling their […]

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Shubham Gupta

Chhattisgarh, a heavily forested state in central India, is considered to be the epicenter of Maoist insurgency in the country, one of the most long-running insurgencies that the world has seen. With remote and inaccessible hilly terrains, the state’s topography and decades of conflict between the ultra-left radicals known as Naxalites and the Indian state […]

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Nandini Nagappa Shetty

Nandini Nagappa Shetty is 51-year-old women living in Udyama Nagar of Yellapur city in Uttara Kannada District. She is living with her husband and two daughters and a son. Her family is mostly depended on her and her husband is physically weak and aged. Children are studying and one daughter completed her education and working […]

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Guddi Gupta

We were so afraid of facing the camera but today, in our confession box, we tell Champa all the secrets about our struggles with the digital divide after the COVID-19 pandemic. Meet Guddi Gupta and her gang of friends from Navi Mumbai who are confessing about their troubles with the internet and the digital gap […]

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Uma

Did you ever worry about where will you buy a condom or a sanitary napkin? Were you worried about being met with judgemental aunties and snobbish uncles who would question your need to access information about your own bodies? In this episode of Attention Please, we document the road to uncertain hotspots that each adolescent […]

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Aparna Mishra

Want to grow your business online? Do you have a business idea but don’t know how to sustain it? In this episode of #MentorTalks, Aparna Mishra guides Sahelis on how to occupy a space on social media and create a unique voice for your business as you tap into new customers. Know a small business […]

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Uma

Why can’t girls talk about periods? Why are they still living under the blanket of a taboo? And more importantly, why don’t we tell them about basic things to expect when they hit puberty? Many adolescents like Nisha didn’t have access to knowledge about sexual and reproductive health rights when they first hit puberty. But […]

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Ankita Awasthi

How does a Saheli find out about social media and learn to grow her business online? Meet Saheli guru, Ankita Awasthi, who talks about creating a level-playing field for any entrepreneur who wants to grow their business online in this episode of #MentorTalks. Are you an entrepreneur looking for business solutions? Share your queries with […]

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Runjhun Noopur

Thinking about expanding your small business but don’t know how? Worried about losing out customers in the market? Runjhun Noopur’s got fantastic tips for you tow grow your small business on the internet. The self-help groups present a fantastic model and according to our Saheli Guru, all they need is some social media tips in […]

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Shamita Harsh

Did you know about social media when you first started your small business? And if yes, do you know the potential it holds in reaching a large audience that can easily convert into your customer base. Social Sahelis across India have been using digital tools to grow their businesses. Saheli Guru, Shikha Shah, wants every […]

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Shamita Harsh

The Dantewada district of Chhattisgarh, which has often been synonymous with Naxalism, is now shifting its focus as it becomes a hub for readymade garments. And the credit for this goes to the tribal women of local self-help groups who have identified champions from their tribal communities and are empowering them through employment at the […]

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Garima

What is the right time to find out about sex? And why do we consider it such a hush-hush topic in India? Garima, an SRH educator, talks about the needs of a community’s adolescents to find timely sex education. As an SRH educator, she navigates routine questions from adolescents about their bodies, their body image, […]

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Shamita Harsh

Meet Bhaguti Devang, Neelima Devang and Gomti Kashyap who are running a successful self-help groups and turning into rural entrepreneurs thanks to worms and cow dung! Yes, you heard that right. Turning them into compost, they are running a sustainable local business. How was it made possible? Chhattisgarh government’s Godhan Nyay scheme buys manure from […]

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Shamita Harsh

Looking for a resource to discuss questions about your body? ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers and ANMs often indulge in community-level trainings to educate adolescents about sexual and reproductive health. In this episode of Attention Please, Laxmi an ASHA worker in Gurugram, talks about the ways in which we can normalise conversations about our bodies with […]

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Kunwar Hari Om

Left with no option but to go to the neighbouring field to relieve herself, Upma Kumari speaks on how things changed for her with the construction of a toilet in Mirzapur

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Kunwar Hari Om

Inaccessibility to toilets create a lot of problems, especially for women. Meet these women from Balia as they speak about the issues they faced when there were no toilets in their village and how has this changed over time

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Kunwar Hari Om

Women of Balia speak about how their lives have changed since toilets were built in Balia. Watch as share their experiences of dealing with open defecation.

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Kunwar Hari Om

From going out in the open to facing problems during the rainy season, how have things changed for the women of Kakrahi village with toilets been constructed? Watch out to know!

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Sanjida

This is the story of bonded labour. In the second episode of Humans≠Sale, we meet Atmaram, Sanjida, and Janaki who either suffered as bonded labourers or watched their family suffer through forced labour. Today, India witnesses so many illiterate and poor people being duped, threatened, or forced into labour. Let’s listen to their stories as […]

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Sandeep Singh

In June 2018, Punjab’s rural areas were declared Open Defecation Free with nearly 3 lakh toilets. How has the situation changed with the women being at the forefront of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan? Watch Now!

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Muskaan

Every body goes through changes when they hit puberty, but Muskaan wants more adolescents like her to be aware of this before puberty comes knocking. There were questions in Muskaan’s mind just like any other 11-year-old – what is happening and why is it happening to me. But having the right kind of information not […]

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Sangeeta

Seasonal local products like achaars, chutneys, murabas, all take us back to our childhood. Finding these goodies that taste just like your mother’s homemade recipes in a metro city like Delhi might seem like an impossible dream. But Sangeeta, from Amethi, has made it possible for the team at Pluc.TV by creating a QR Code […]

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Puneeta

Over 11 million girls may not go back to school after the COVID-19 crisis. School dropout is a common phenomenon in rural parts of India and the pandemic has just made it worse. But some girls in Kushinagar, Uttar Pradesh are not letting these odds beat them. Meet Puneeta, Nisha, Rinku and Pinky who decided […]

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Divya

Meet Divya from Khandsa, Gurugram, who considers herself lucky to have found information about her periods prior to puberty. But not all girls have the same access or liberty. Divya wants to change the conversation by busting myths that young girls grow tired of hearing at their own households.

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Devesh Chopra

Do you think if you don’t share information about sex, contraceptives and other birds and bees, the adolescents will never find out? In this episode of Attention Please, we talk to an SRH educator to learn how the terms “sex” and “sexuality” carry a lot of stigmas and taboo and are considered culturally sensitive areas […]

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Sangeeta

A small business owner may not make it to your social media timelines, but this entrepreneur might have the best recipe to crack this business solution. 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 […]

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Shamita Harsh

In this episode of Humans ≠ Sale, three sex trafficking survivors talk about their story of abuse, rescue and rehabilitation. According to data, 95% of trafficked persons in India are forced into prostitution (Divya, 2020). But this is not an issue limited to just data points. In India, human trafficking is still a subject which […]

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Uma

In India, if you have a question about your body and need guidance on sexual health? Where can one go? An Adolescent Friendly Health Clinic is a one-stop shop that can prove as a helpful resource for young adults but how many adolescents really know about it? And more importantly are they accessible? This episode […]

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