How Baby Feeding Centres Are Beneficial to Mothers

Baby Feeding Centre Child Help Foundation

Motherhood is one of the most beautiful things in the world and the feeling of being a mother is unlike any other. However, being a mother is not all smiles and hugs as one would…

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: How a Teacher Became the Biggest Threat to Japanese Occupation

Nieves Fernandez Child Help Foundation

During the Second World War, the Japanese invaded the small nation of the Philippines and caused havoc for the nation. The local population wasn’t even allowed to own businesses. They were promptly shut down.


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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Mary Anning: the Unsung Heroine of Fossils

Mary Anning Unveiling Child Help Foundation

When Mary Anning was born; It was only over a century since the discovery of dinosaur bones. During her birth in 1799, most people hadn’t heard of dinosaurs and most who did, didn’t believe in…

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: How Simone De Beauvoir Shaped the Modern Feminist Movement

Simone De Beauvoir Child Help Foundation

Simone De Beauvoir was born on 9th January, 1909. Even though it has been more than a century since her birth, she is still alive within the collective consciousness due to her influence in the…

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Common Challenges Women Face in the Workforce

Women’s struggles in the workforce Child Help Foundation

In the modern workforce, women continue to face a multitude of challenges. From wage disparities and glass ceilings to sexual harassment, women encounter numerous obstacles that perpetuate inequality in the workplace. In this blog, we…

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Women’s History Month Spotlight: Queen Chennamma of Kittur

Queen Chennamma Child Help Foundation

Our independence was a culmination of blood shed by thousands. While some got acknowledged in history and have their praises sung, some have been buried and their memories lost to time.

One such figure is…

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5 Ways to Honour International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao CHF

Despite the UN General Assembly adopting the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women in 1979, the issue of violence against women and girls persists globally. Presently, domestic violence remains…

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World Population Day: Unleash the Power of Gender Equality

World Population Day Child Help Foundation

In 1989, the Governing Council of the United Nations Development Programme marked 11th July as ‘World Population Day’. The day is marked by raising awareness of issues faced by the population, such as family planning,…

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The Power of Self-Compassion: Practicing Self-Care in the Midst of Motherhood

Self-Care and Motherhood Child Help Foundation

Mothers are an integral part of our lives and they play an essential role in shaping us into the people we become. They are often the primary caregivers, nurturers, and protectors of their children providing…

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5 Female Activists you should know about

Dalit History Month Child Help Foundation

Battling through thousands of years of oppression has created many setbacks for the Dalit community. However, Dalits have proven themselves resilient and have broken through glass ceilings to make a name for themselves.

The movement…

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Women’s History Month: 7 Inventions you didn’t know were made by a Woman

Female Inventor Child Help Foundation

Inventions have made our life much easier. From not having to read in the dark to being able to communicate with anyone in the world in an instant, life would have been a chore if…

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Women's History Month: Five Modern Female Leaders You Should Know About

Female Political Leader, Child Help Foundation

While March 8 is celebrated as International Women’s Day, this one day is not enough to celebrate the contributions of women all over the world. So, in order to inspire little girls, the entire…

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Celebrate National Girl Child Day by making the lives of girls better

Sand Sculpture, Save the Girl Child, Child Help Foundation

National Girl Child day is celebrated on January 24th every year. Since 2008, this day has been celebrated with only one purpose in its mind, to raise awareness about the plight of the girl child…

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Women’s Equality Day. The Historical Significance Behind it.

It was 26th August 1920 when the United States Constitution adopted the 19th Amendment, which states, “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United…

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Women: The Present And The Future Of Humanitarian Aid

During frontline emergencies and conflict situations, humanitarian aid workers provide humanitarian aid to over half a million people. Women play a crucial part (40%) in improving health, providing access to clean…

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5 Laws every Woman should know about!

In India, crimes against women occur every minute. Women are not safe in their homes, public spaces, or the workplace. Given the high amount of crimes committed against women, women must understand the laws in…

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Indian Women can add $770 Billion to India's GDP by 2025

Efforts to promote gender equality have come a long way in gaining attention and inducing change. But the terminus to this change is still very far. Gender equality has several layers of complexity and we…

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Indian Women at the Tokyo Olympics 2020

According to BBC's recent survey to study what Indians think about women in sports. It was seen that as many as 64% of Indian adults did not participate in any kind of sport…

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Why Menstrual Hygiene is important?

88% of Indian women don't use the most basic form of menstrual protection available in the market.

Have you ever imagined not having access to proper toilets or running water during your periods? Or not…

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