Once Again!!! aaina Awarded Gold Certificate under GuideStar India NGO Transparency Award


Members of Internal Complaint Committee of aaina under provision of Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition & Redressal) Act, 2013.

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Towards inclusion of People with Disability

We Care Film Fest 6th Edition

Aaina organized We Care Film Fest 6th edition on January 16 and 17. We Care is a travelling festival to create awareness about disability issues through the medium of films and to foster integration in society by spreading the message of ability. We Care film fest gives fillip to the Rights Based Approach where Persons with Disability are considered Persons first. We Care aims to remove the myths, misconceptions, prejudices and stereotypes about disability among society through the medium of films.

Heartily thanks to Global Giving UK for their support

Aaina is delighted to receive grant of £15,000 through Global Giving UKfor our project, Send 1000 kids with Disability to school. The grant will help at least 400 tribal children with disability in our project areas to get quality education in schools leading to their retention in school! Funds will be specifically utilized to target most vulnerable children with disability including children with Cerebral Palsy Needs based Assessment training for children with Cerebral Palsy, Identification and therapy of Deaf blind children will remain few of the major activates.

Towards Women's Rights

Creating awareness and building platform on International Migrant Workers’ Day

To make probable migrant women aware of their rights, the International Migrant Workers’ Day was celebrated in Goudgotha panchayat of Surada block by Aaina on December 18, 2016. The sarpanch of Goudagotha, Executive officer and 5 ward members attended the meeting with the representative from print media were present in the meeting. There were 130 participants. To begin, an awareness rally was organized covering entire G.P head quarters. The block coordinator briefed participants on human rights and fundamental political freedoms of migrants.

Construction of Incinerators- a vital step taken for Menstrual Hygiene Management

Aaina Advocates with District level officials on Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) and gets incinerators built to dispose off the sanitary napkins, to enhance the skill and knowledge on Menstrual Hygiene Management, DWO invited AAINA for conducting awareness meeting in different SC, ST set up of Ganjam district. Along with the adolescent girls respective ANM, Lady Teachers & lady matrons attended the session which created more awareness among all.

Towards Child Rights

Sweety towards independent living through Sign Language and Physiotherapy!

Sweety is a 12 year old girl with Multiple Sensory Impairment (Hearing impairment and loco motor). Before joining the programme with Aaina she entirely depending on her mother for activities of daily living (ADL)
Aaina staff has been working with her for almost a year now. With practice she has learnt signs for activities such as eating and toileting. Moreover therapy has helped her in speaking some words though more clarity needs to be developed. For communication she mostly uses body language and gestures.

Child Rights Week Celebrated.

Child Rights Week was celebrated by Aaina on 20th November at Jiridamalli village, Kamakhyanagar block. An event was organized where 52 children participated. Assistant Block Coordinator (ABO) Kamakhyanagar. Jaladhar Lenka was the Chief Guest. Teachers from different schools, Parents and children were the major participants. A rally with placards and slogans on child rights was conducted. Children were made aware of their rights and education.