Campaign

1. Pollution Free Delhi Campaign

Campaign for pollution-free Delhi 2015
(Rally in North Campus)

To fulfill our aim to develop and maintain our environment and reduce pollution level as well as aware the people of Delhi as well other states to make our environment clean and pollution-free mainly during the session of winter a campaign was launched on October 19th, 2015 with a motive to appeal to make our country pollution free and not to burn firecrackers on various occasions and festivals. According to the various report, Delhi comes in the list of most polluted cities of the world as increasing numbers of vehicles and other factors of pollutants.

This campaign was started with the students of the University of Delhi, in which a group of volunteers organized awareness activities i.e. organizing rallies, stall setups, and signature drive in university and college campuses.

2. Educational Support Centre (IESC)

Educational Centre

Integrated Society for Humanity, Awareness and Nobility has been providing remedial classes to the students who are studying in government schools and have been dropouts from the schools since 2016 through ISHAN Educational Support Centre (IESC) in Sunder Nagri and New Seemapuri.

ISHAN Sewing School (ISS)  :-     Integrated Society for Humanity, Awareness and Nobility has been providing vocational trainings for adolescent girls and women.

3. Drive for Women Health

Campaign For Muskan

Campaign for Muskan:-  We have launched a campaign i.e. “Campaign for Muskan” on 1st April 2018. It is an initiative to aware people of the importance of using hygienic products during the menstrual cycle for a girl’s personal hygiene and health issues. In this campaign, we have planned some activities as given below:-

(a). Free Sanitary Pads Distribution Centre:-   The biggest barrier to using a Sanitary napkin for a woman, in India is that their family can’t afford to buy them, 88% of women use old fabric, rags, or sand to manage their flow. We started “Free Sanitary Pads Distribution Centre” to provide sanitary napkins to the women who cannot afford or have a very low family income. We have distributed more than 1500 sanitary napkins from the launch of a campaign to till April 12th, 2018 in New Seemapuri, Kalander Colony and Old Seemapuri.

(b). Awareness programs:-  According to the Sanitary Protection: Every Woman’s Health Right a study by AC Nielsen reveals only 12 % of India’s 35 shocking alternatives like un-sanitized cloth, ashes, and husk sand. Incidents of Reproductive Tract Infection (RTI) are 70% more common among these women. Nearly half of the Indian women are mostly neglected especially relating to their gender-specific needs. On an average, a woman spends 2100 days of her life menstruating but accessibility and affordability of menstruation products are largely absent, which restricts women’s mobility and affects the development of adolescent girls problem is exacerbated as many women have not seen sanitary napkin, nor are they aware of their use. Many poor women menstruate on their skirts or use the same set of clothes for months together.