Who we are

ROSHNI – Centre of Women Collectives led Social Action, was set up with a vision to empower women collectives, and equip them to lead social action on food, nutrition, health, WASH (FNHW) and gender interventions.

We seek to enable women to transform their own lives holistically, through health and social development.

Housed at the Department of Development Communication and Extension at Lady Irwin College, the centre serves as a technical and knowledge management support unit to DAY-NRLM. It works as a knowledge and capacity building hub for scaling-up DAY-NRLM’s Dashasutra Strategy and DAY-NRLM committed activities under the POSHAN Abhiyan 2018-2022.
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What we do

We test, incubate and generate evidence on gender-responsive interventions for better food, nutrition, health, and WASH outcomes for women and adolescent girls. We also document interventions led by women collectives that promote sustained behaviour change and reduce economic and social vulnerabilities.
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News & Trainings

The latest updates on our ongoing research and work in the field




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Parivar Chaupal Training
 

05/03/2020

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Training women cadre to conduct FNHW PLA meetings for women

23/02/2020

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Highlights

Blogs

From face to face to phone-based data collection from Swabhimaan impact evaluation sites: Lessons from Bihar & Chhattisgarh on adapting process monitoring

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Research & Reports

Making Swabhimaan Gender Transformative

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Research & Reports

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Collaborators


Valuing Girls and Women