yogdan india strongly believes that women should have equal socio-economic, cultural and political opportunities as men. Several studies and survey show that, when we help women and empower them, the whole society benefits. Their families are healthier, children go to school, income levels improve and communities become more prosperous. But unfortunately in India, far from being empowered, most women are denied even their basic rights like health, education, employment and a respectable status in society.

According to UNDP Human Development Report (2014), 88% of pregnant women (age 15-49) were found to be anaemic.  According to UNICEF’s “State of the World’s Children – 2014” report, 47% of India’s women aged 20–24 were married before the legal age of 18 and 18% of India’s girl children are married before the age of 15. To combat this increasingly alarming issue.