by Meera Satpathy
As the sequel to the first conference held in September 2018 before COVID, attended by more than 200 subject-matter-experts, including those from Nepal, Bangladesh, Malaysia, and the United States, Sukarya is proud to announce its 2nd International Conference on Maternal Child Health & Nutrition to be held in New Delhi, September 22-23, 2023. The conference’s theme will be “Tackling anemia, malnutrition, and food systems affecting health in developing countries.”
Over the last 15 days, we have engaged 3804 marginalized women & children in parts of Delhi, Haryana & Rajasthan by setting up educational workshops, health camps & distributing nutrition kits to fight #anemia. And to see our work getting talked only inspires us to do our best.
Watch our story on The Changemakers on News18 and Firstpost.
Will you partner with Sukarya to help educate and empower marginalized children, adolescent girls, and women by giving them access to non-formal education, primary healthcare and economic opportunities while ensuring gender equality at the grassroots level? Together we can build a better society and a stronger nation.
Channel News Asia (CNA) carried out a powerful narrative about Sukarya’s story of change to change the world of women and their health. These kinds of real stories give us assurance and hope that things will be changed and will change for the better.
This article was published in Global Washington Blog : Nutrition & Food Security: Sukarya’s Ongoing Endeavor Since 1998 – Global Washington
The Founder and Chairperson of Sukarya, Meera Satpathy, has been named one of the top 10 corporate leaders from the state of Haryana by the #womenentrepreneursindia