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5 Simple Things to Know About Maternity Insurance in India

A steep rise in maternity expenses over the years is forcing couples to look for options to fund this expense. Those buying maternity policies should understand the terms of these policies.

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Working the night shift? Ensure your safety with these tips

Don’t hold back from working night shifts. Here are some tips to ensure your safety.

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Laws that changed the course of women in India

Today, women are fighting hard and doing their best to win the gender war. And a lot of that has to do with the laws that are helping protect their rights.

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Teaching little girls about ‘Safe-Unsafe’ touch in Patna

Naina Jha conducted a workshop creating awareness about Child Sexual Abuse for 40 junior class girls of St.Louis School in Patna on 24th July 2018. She began the workshop by talking about touch and the different types of touches. She asked the girls what they understood about types of touch. She came to find that […]

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Teaching students to be aware of Cyber Bullying in Patna

On 17th July 2018, Naina Jha conducted an awareness workshop on Cyber Bullying  for 30 girls of St.Louis Public School in Patna. Naina kicked off the workshop by talking about the meaning of the word ‘bullying’ to gain a general understanding of the student’s perceptions and views. She then went on to speak about cyber […]

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Safety tips for women who travel solo

As more women travel the world alone, it is important to take necessary steps that can keep them safe and ensure a happy holiday.

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Gram Sabha in Biddupur, Bihar

A Gram Sabha was organised by Safecity and its partner organisation Nirman in Biddupur, Vaishali District, Bihar on 26th May, 2018. Priyanka Kumari- the Protection Officer,  and Kartik- the Counsellor at Women Helpline Number, Women Development Corporation, Dept. Of Social Welfare, Govt. Of Bihar were our chief guests. We also had members of the Zilla Parishad […]

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Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic/27th May to 1st June 2018

 Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic Written by Vrishti Kapoor Blogging Team Sexual violence is a global pandemic. One in three women experiences sexual or physical violence – most likely from their intimate partner, according to a report from the World Health Organization. There is an urgent need to increase sensitization regarding sexual violence and the […]

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Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic/4th to 11th August 2018

 Sexual Violence: A Global Pandemic Written by Blessy Varghese Blogging Team Sexual violence is a global pandemic. One in three women experiences sexual or physical violence – most likely from their intimate partner, according to a report from the World Health Organization. There is an urgent need to increase sensitization regarding sexual violence and the […]

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Field report of community visit to Gauri Shankar Enclave III

Titas Ghosh is the Program and Outreach Officer at Delhi. She is a Political Science graduate who completed her Masters in Women’s Studies from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai. She gained experience working for a feminist organisation in Mumbai, as part of her Masters’ course-related fieldwork, that works with self-help groups in communities. Apart […]

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How I did it

Manisha Tomar
Doctor

Since I had been working only for two years, I never gave retirement any serious thought. My mother has been a housewife and father was working till last year. When he retired, he discussed his savings with me. That is when I realised that his retirement corpus was woefully inadequate. But he… Read more

Rohit Prabhu
Blogger

I love buying new gadgets. If the latest phone or tablet or headphone has been launched, I have to buy it. My friends know me as the ‘gadget guru’ and I have a reputation to maintain. I have been doing this over the last few years without a care in the world.

However, last year I… Read more

Nisha Tanwar
Sales Manager

Ever since I was a college goer, I was keen on starting my own business. Most of my childhood friends were Gujaratis and Marwaris and I was heavily influenced by their communities’ belief about creating jobs rather than taking up a job.  Being from a non-business background, I was aware that I… Read more

Jerry Thomas
Corporate Executive

Till the beginning of last February, I always believed that one could only create wealth if one already had a lot of money to invest. Therefore I didn’t believe in starting with small savings and would instead be always on the look-out for a big-ticket opportunity that could change my life.… Read more

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