Fact Sheet: Pandemic, Poverty and People-Reality of the Urban Poor of Ahmedabad city, Gujarat during the lockdown. Read More
CHETNA is managed by a women-led core management team, governed by a governing council and comprises a team that has academic and research experts in the field of health, nutrition of women, children and young people, education, communication, and gender. CHETNA reaches out to more than 36 Districts, 1930 villages in three States pan India through its programmes and publications.
As we move ahead, we stand committed to our values and strive to reach the unreached to change the health and nutrition scenario of vulnerable communities’ in the world.Read More
CHETNA’s approach to health embraces the life cycle of gender equity within the wide cultural, economical and political environment. CHETNA recognizes and addresses women’s health issues throughout her life cycle.Read More
CHETNA recognizes the health, nutrition and other developmental needs of children, young people and women at the critical stages of life viz. children (0-10 years) adolescents and young people (11-24 years), and women (+25 years). CHETNA believes that women’s empowerment is a process of reflection and action aimed at raising self-esteem, confidence and consciousness, enabling them to access their entitlements and to improve the health and quality of life.Know How to Help
We translate our commitment by taking projects that help health, nutrition
and development needs of women, young people and children.
CHETNA develops innovative, interactive and creative Behaviour Change Communication (BCC) material on health, nutrition and development needs of women, young people and children.
CHETNA is grateful to its partners and supporters for their commitment to a social cause, for their contribution and continued support