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

Deaf blind children visit an Amusement park

Aaina with the support of Sent International India, organized an outing for visually and Hearing impaired and children with multi sensory impairment on 24th March 2017 at Nicco park, an Amusement Park in Bhubaneswar. Different group games, water ride, toy train, swings, boating accompanied the day long activities where children also learnt helping and sharing.
Aaina’s project selected as Project of the Month by Global Giving

We are glad to share that our project was selected as “project of the month Club” by Global Giving an online fundraising platform, for April!!! The project has been selected for high-impact project that will benefit from the GG Club's donations! We may be able to raise about $10,000 from the pool of the Club members! Aaina plans to dedicate those funds for our Deaf blind children.

Networking and Awareness

Aaina participates in Fellowship on Zero tolerance of sexual assault against girls and women in Odisha

A 5 day fellowship from 6th to10th March 2017 was organized by BRIDGE in partnership with Kalinga Institute of Social Science (KISS). Aaina staff Jyoshna Sahoo and Geetika Chandra participated in the program. More than 50 people from NGOs, government, corporate, business and other fields from different countries such as China, Britain, Australia etc. participated in the program.

Wall paintings on Health and Hygiene create awareness in communities of Ganjam


With an objective to sensitize the people regarding hygiene and cleanliness, Aaina organized wall painting by the active support of Water Aid at Ganjam District. It covers different schools & community walls of 5 blocks

Towards Empowerment

Pinky finds her way towards freedom

Pinky, a girl in her early 20’s belonged to a very poor and underprivileged family, residing in Surada block in Ganjam district of Odisha. Due to the difficult conditions of her family, her life was a continuous struggle. Since the age of 6 years, she worked in different cities and under awful situations.

Seven children including 2 children with Cerebral Palsy join mainstream school

Children in Dhenkanal project of Aaina were prepared to get admission in mainstream schools. For admission in schools for the new session in April parents of 7 children were facilitated to get their children admitted in mainstream schools. They were educated on rights of children to education and the process involved. Two children among them are children with Cerebral Palsy.




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