CHETNA's approach to health embraces the life cycle of gender equity and human rights within the wide cultural, economic and political environment. It recognises the needs of children, youth and women at the critical stages of life viz. Children (0-10 years), Adolescents and Youth (11-24 years) and Women (25+).
Feature Stories
An archive of interventions highlights CHETNA’s effort towards issues concerning children, young people and women’s health. These stories or projects illustrates pioneering work with families, communities, and local partners.
New Publication
CHETNA develops innovative Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) material on health, nutrition and development concerns of children, young people and women. To ensure that it is user friendly, the text is creatively written and Illustrated. Each publication is field tested with the potential users.
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