COVID UPDATE

We are witnessing a devastating human tragedy in India with the recent surge in COVID. Families are going through unprecedented times, having to search across hundreds of sources on internet/ social media to find much needed help. Child Survival India has started a helpline “Prayaas” which is working with families to help them find the support they require in hour of need. 

We strive to work as a helping hand in identifying the hospital bed availability, ambulance, oxygen alternatives, references of medical stores and the plasma donors. In case you need help, kindly submit your request prayaas.org.in

WE HELP PEOPLE HELP THEMSELVES

We empower marginalized and vulnerable members of the community by enhancing their knowledge, skills, capacities, as well as helping them to access opportunities and services and participate in life’s decisions.

You can create a better quality of life for women, children, families and communities in the poor urban and rural settlements in India with improved health, education and social status for all.

We believe that people themselves have the power to bring change, to make a difference and create hope for life. CSI simply act as catalysts and facilitators to help these people face with confidence and dignity life’s challenges.

No Poverty by 2030

Let’s aim for a nation without poverty by 2025. This is possible by your small contributions in helping people learn how to help themselves by skill development, good sanitation so that there are fewer diseases and lower infant and maternal mortalities.

What Our Beneficiaries Say

We believe that people themselves have the power to bring change, to make a difference and create hope for life. CSI simply act as catalysts and facilitators to help these people face with confidence and dignity life’s challenges.

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The 2As play a crucial part in contraceptive choice for women across the globe specially in countries like India with lot of social and economical barriers are there. Awareness and Access to contraceptive options is subject to misinformation, cultural barriers, low levels of female autonomy, differences in fertility preferences between partners, and stigma. Education plays a key role in awareness and understanding of contraceptive choice along with breaking the taboo around them. Adding to the awareness is easy availabilty of contraceptive options without any judgement, stigma and bias is also essential.
#WorldContraceptionDay
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The 2As play a crucial part in contraceptive choice for women across the globe specially in countries like India with lot of social and economical barriers are there. Awareness and Access to contraceptive options is subject to misinformation, cultural barriers, low levels of female autonomy, differences in fertility preferences between partners, and stigma. Education plays a key role in awareness and understanding of contraceptive choice along with breaking the taboo around them. Adding to the awareness is easy availabilty of contraceptive options without any judgement, stigma and bias is also essential. 
#WorldContraceptionDay

COVID-19 pandemic has created disruption on several aspects of life including reproductive health and family planning. With increased access to contraceptive methods, unintended pregnancies have over last few years have seen a steady decline. Although its been a skewed progress with women in the poorest countries are nearly three times more likely to experience an unintended pregnancy than women in the wealthiest countries. This fact was highlighted in a recently released data by United Nations Population Fund showing an estimated 12 million women in 115 low and middle-income countries have experienced contraceptive service disruptions, leading to 1.4 million unintended pregnancies during the pandemic.
On we stress upon the need to ensure access to contraceptive methods for everyone to avoid such incidents.
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COVID-19 pandemic has created disruption on several aspects of life including reproductive health and family planning. With increased access to contraceptive methods, unintended pregnancies have over last few years have seen a steady decline. Although its been a skewed progress with women in the poorest countries are nearly three times more likely to experience an unintended pregnancy than women in the wealthiest countries. This fact was highlighted in a recently released data by United Nations Population Fund showing an estimated 12 million women in 115 low and middle-income countries have experienced contraceptive service disruptions, leading to 1.4 million unintended pregnancies during the pandemic.
On #WorldContraceptionDay we stress upon the need to ensure access to contraceptive methods for everyone to avoid such incidents.

Institutions never die , they live on..

Kamla Di you will continue to inspire generations of women’s movement soldiers with the legacy of your work and values !
#RestInPower
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Institutions never die , they live on..

Kamla Di you will continue to inspire generations of women’s movement soldiers with the legacy of your work and values  !
#RestInPower

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A UNICEF research conducted in India, the Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka has revealed that despite significant efforts by governments and partners to expand remote learning, School closures due to COVID19 pandemic have led to extreme educational and learning inequalities for children of South Asia. School closures have forced many millions of children and their teachers to forcibly adopt remote learning in a region with low connectivity and device affordability. UNICEF’s research indicates that even when devices are available, they are often underutilized and children’s access to them is often limited. In India itself, 42% of the children between 6-13 years reported not using any type of remote learning during school closures.
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#DoYouKnow 
 A UNICEF research conducted in India, the Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka has revealed that despite significant efforts by governments and partners to expand remote learning, School closures due to COVID19 pandemic have led to extreme educational and learning inequalities for children of South Asia. School closures have forced many millions of children and their teachers to forcibly adopt remote learning in a region with low connectivity and device affordability. UNICEF’s research indicates that even when devices are available, they are often underutilized and children’s access to them is often limited. In India itself, 42% of the children between 6-13 years reported not using any type of remote learning during school closures.

The pay inequality is just not in the ammount of pay men and women get, what is more staggering fact is that the ammount of unpaid work in terms of household work, care for children and family etc. done by women. This difference becomes wider in poor countries and families. For example, Globally, while unpaid domestic work by women is valued at nearly 13% of the total economy, while in India, women’s unpaid domestic work is estimated to be valued at almost 40% of our current GDP.
As UN General secretary, Mr. Antonio Guterrez has said on the occasion of #InternationalEqualPayDay "We need to recognize, redistribute, and value the unpaid care work that is disproportionately done by women."
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The pay inequality is just not in the ammount of pay men and women get, what is more staggering fact is that the ammount of unpaid work in terms of household work, care for children and family etc. done by women. This difference becomes wider in poor countries and families. For example, Globally, while unpaid domestic work by women is valued at nearly 13% of the total economy, while in India, women’s unpaid domestic work is estimated to be valued at almost 40% of our current GDP.
As UN General secretary, Mr. Antonio Guterrez has said on the occasion of #InternationalEqualPayDay We need to recognize, redistribute, and value the unpaid care work that is disproportionately done by women.

Despite several campaigns, decades of activism and many laws, we are yet to reach equal pay as a norm globally and as per experts it will take about 257 years to close the pay gap.  Women still earn about 77 cents for every dollar men do. This unequal status at work and financial position leads to "inequality” in other areas of their lives. On #InternationalEqualPayDay we urge all stakeholders including government to take up the issue of equal pay on priority basis and reach it at earliest. See MoreSee Less

Despite several campaigns, decades of activism and many laws, we are yet to reach equal pay as a norm globally and as per experts it will take about 257 years to close the pay gap.  Women still earn about 77 cents for every dollar men do. This unequal status at work and financial position leads to inequality” in other areas of their lives. On #InternationalEqualPayDay we urge all stakeholders including government to take up the issue of equal pay on priority basis and reach it at earliest.