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The overall health of a family is deeply rooted to the health of its women, and thereby contributes to the wellbeing of a community. Good health is not merely the absence of disease or infirmity but a state of complete mental, physical, and
societal wellbeing. However, in most societies, the existence of gender inequality leaves women and girls as the most vunrelable section who suffers from poor health.

There are numerous factors which act to hinder the development of a girl to her full potential, and health is one of them. Education and good health are strongly associated, and are important predictors of wellbeing.


We believe that empowering adolescence girls and young women is an ongoing process that makes them feel emotionally strong, confident, and empowered to achieve anything they want. Our empowerment program focuses on multiple aspects including life-skill building, vocational training, career development counselling, ensuring that girls develop a positive sense of self-worth and mental health, and making them competitive and job ready so that they have a sustainable livelihood

Your support gives them the power to

Health Programs

IDF has been actively involved in identifying and addressing the barriers to women empowerment, and their access to healthcare and rights. We strive to attain the United Nations Department of Economic and Social affairs; Sustainable Development Goals, especially, the goals of Gender Equality (Goal 5), and good health and well-being (Goal 3). Aiming for these goals would snowball into realizing the goals of Quality Education (Goal 4) and Reduced Inequalities (Goal 10). The focus has not only been on providing help to women in need but also on creating self-sufficiency and empowerment through awareness building so that over time, young girls and women are equipped with enough knowledge and skills to make their own way in the society.

The Smile Days Program is an initiative which helps adolescent girls and young women to overcome the social barriers associated with menstruation and sensitize them towards knowing their body (Puberty stage), Menstrual Hygiene Management (MHM) & Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR).

We follow a three-fold strategy

Education: Conducting workshops to educate adolescent girls & young women on biology and best hygiene practices, providing counseling sessions, and distributing informative booklets.

Health and Hygiene: Distributing sanitary products and building new toilet facilities along with access to clean water supply for schoolgirls.

Community Advocacy: Engaging family members, schools and specialists to increase outreach. Formation of SMILEY GIRLS CLUB in all partnered school.

Between August 2019 and December 2020

How can you help as a sponsor?

  • You can help us ensure the long-term continuity of our programmes for girl child education and empowerment.
  • Join and help us come up with newer drives, projects and initiatives. For career and volunteering opportunities please visit serve with us page.
  • For CSR funding opportunities and corporate collaborations, please write to info@idf4all.org