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Late. Mr. Anil Rana
“To make the journey of life eventful I chose the intruded way and at...
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Water
Janhit Foundation takes a three pronged approach to dealing with water issues in Uttar Pradesh. This approach is based upon ensuring...
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Child Line
CHILDLINE is India’s first 24-hour, toll-free, emergency phone outreach service for children in need of care and protection, linking them to.....
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Rain Water
Rain Centres are a network of permanent exhibitions that seek to spread water literacy among urban Indians. They define the role played...
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Agriculture
Janhit Foundation has been promoting organic agriculture as a viable, sustainable alternative to conventional farming practices throughout...
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Women
Janhit Foundation has been diligently working for the emancipation of women. It is a firm belief of the organisation to undertake the responsibility of providing basic amenities to under-privileged women of the society. Since, the world is making a move to liberalise the stringent and irrational ways a woman is expected to behave; Janhit Foundation is matching this step. Believing in equity, we have made it our motto to educate the women and to make them comprehend their worth so that they contribute equally to the betterment of this world.
Health Programme
Due to illiteracy, superstitions pervades in the hearts of people which abstain them from using toilets and therefore choose to defecate in public areas. Even after successful attempt of the government to install toilets at different places in rural areas, there are many who still refrain from using it. Therefore, these health programmes are held at various places to explain the importance of hygiene. They are informed about the various infections which can permeate into their homes due these unhealthy practices.
Sanitary Napkin Distribution
Till date there are many women who are deprived of basic needs and one such relates to menstruation. Menstruation is a general and monthly process in a woman’s body where they shed blood for a week. This monthly change is an important development which keeps the human-cycle in a loop. Therefore, through this programme the organisation explains the naturalness of this process. We also educate women the hygienic way of treating mesturation by not using cotton or cloth during this week. The correct use of sanitary napkins is taught and they are distributed intermittently to ensure a healthy practice.
Slowly but surely, the organization gained credibility and numbers, until it reached its current state, located in a two storey office building, housing approximately 25 full-time salaried employees. Sadly, our founding Director, Anil Rana, passed away suddenly in 2008, and since this time, Janhit Foundation has been overseen by his wife, our new Director, Ms. Anita Rana.