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on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights with


355 million people - 30% of India's population - menstruate. A 2014 report by Dasra found that nearly 23 million girls drop out of school annually due to lack of proper menstrual hygiene management facilities, which include the availability of sanitary napkins and logical awareness of menstruation. Menstruation, SRHR, and access to menstrual hygiene continue to be major contributors to gender disparity, health risks and environmental damage.

Sexual and reproductive health and rights are key to a dignified, inclusive upbringing for women and girls. An integral part of this is to inform, empower and mobilize young leaders to take on the menstrual health movement to create a safe and gender-just space. Which is where the Youth Ki Awaaz Action Network comes in.

As a part of its 3-day residential bootcamp, you get to learn how to mobilise and organise more young people to join your movement, build a media and public narrative around your issues, create effective and engaging campaigns, as well as create decision-maker engagement that leads to policy impact and action.

If you are eager to address issues around MHM, and want to learn key campaigning, policy action and public narrative building skills, this is an opportunity for you to be a part of a network and amplify your impact.

Application Deadline for Delhi and other cities: November 10

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What You Stand To Gain

Understanding Intersectionality

How menstrual hygiene and health influence diverse issues from education, SRHR, employment to water, sanitation and economic growth

Designing Successful Campaigns

Understanding the gaps in the MHM narrative and policies, and identifying your objectives, target audience and challenges.

Going Hyperlocal

Identifying problem areas in your immediate areas - awareness, stigma, education, waste etc and structuring your campaign to suit your target audience.

Developing A Network

Build connections with partner organisations and allies working in the same field to develop a poweful, local, mission-oriented network that can create bigger impact.

How To Fundraise

Understanding diverse sources - from crowdfunding to individual fundraising - and identifying partners who can help create better opportunities to mobilise funds.

The Power Of Data

Learning the ecnomics of MHM and how to collect, analyse and utilise data in order to create a more powerful, impact-oriented campaign.

Learn from some of the best campaign, media, and public policy experts in the country.


Application Deadline for Delhi and other cities: November 10

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Who Should Apply


Changemakers between 18-30 years who are either running their own citizen-led movements, have worked extensively on an issue with an organisation, a media person covering the issue, or someone with a bold idea.


Should be committed to carrying out their project for at least 6 months with a minimum of 10 hours per week.


Should have an active social media presence on at least one platform with a basic understanding of how platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat work.


Must possess a working knowledge of both Hindi and English - sessions can be bilingual.

Upcoming Action Network Workshops



November 15 - 30

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In Good Company


No. Once selected, you will be given an accommodation and meal scholarship. You will have to only pay for your travel.

The training workshops are three days, following which, you will be expected to work on your project for at least 6 months.

No. They will have to sepearately apply to attend.

After the training and completion of pre-decided benchmarks, you will be eligible to apply for the grant.


Are you the changemaker we are looking for?

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