Period Adda is a holistic menstrual health education program meant to support communities and organizations in developing menstrual health and advocacy based interventions and awareness programs.Read more
My Body My Rights
My Body My Rights is our comprehensive gender and sexuality education program. It is a curriculum based capacity building program meant for parents, teachers, educators and organizational staff who work with adolescents and young persons.Read more
Capacity Building through workshops, trainings and consultations on gender, sexual & reproductive health rights. Rangeen Khidki has been facilitating trainings and workshops for multiple stakeholders and NGOs on various issues pertaining to gender, sexual and reproductive health in and around Kolkata. The trainings are customised and designed as per the needs of the organizations in order to deliver maximum impact.
Consulting and Project Implementation through proposal development, project management programs and implementation or designing of programs pertaining to education and health domain with specific focus on gender and sexual rights. Rangeen Khidki assists organization through the entire process of grant cycle management, starting from baseline data collection, PTAs, proposal designing, developing detailed implementation plans, strategizing and building tools as well as mechanisms for effective monitoring and evaluation of projects, generating donor reports, so on and so forth.
Research and Advocacy of relevant issues pertinent to gender, sexuality and SRHR. Rangeen Khidki Foundation supports organizations and individuals with relevant tools for advocacy using methods of research based studies as well as online social media campaign.
POSH (Prevention Of Sexual Harassment) Consulting
Rangeen Khidki Foundation has certified trainers who can assist in the Internal Committees of POSH in various workplaces. Rangeen Khidki Foundation also conducts trainings on sexual harassment for organizational heads and all employees.
As the lockdown was imposed, multiple efforts were put forward by the government to provide some relief to vulnerable and marginalised communities in terms of essential products as well as services. A number of relief initiatives started functioning around this time led by individuals and collectives, and we didn’t come across many who covered menstruation as part of their work as well.
With lockdown, many menstruators lost the purchasing power to buy sanitary napkins, some could not access them because of restrictions of mobility and many of them faced scarcity of supply in their local stored because of disrupted supplies.