Our Campaigns

Right to Information Campaign in Odisha by OSAM (Odisha Soochana Adhikar Mancha)

Sadhana Foundation got involved with Odisha Soochana Adhikar Mancha (OSAM), a non-registered platform of RTI activists working on transparency & anti-corruption issues in 2013 and started working with all RTI activists in different parts of Odisha. The state wide network focused upon RTI training, Awareness building, Handholding support to the public for filing RTI applications, Organising Soochana Shibirs (Information camps) and streamlining delivery of welfare measures.

Odisha RTI Coalition
Sadhana Foundation was associated with Odisha RTI Coalition, a network of civil Society organisations (CSOs) of Odisha has worked in 30 districts for 4 years (from 2009 to 2013) with the support of other NGOs. The leaders of each organisation represented each district and took part in the awareness cum assistance programme. They organised many RTI camps (block level and district level) with the support of district administration and other community-based organisations

Mahila Mitra
Vasavya Mahila Mandli (VMM), Andhrapradesh facilitates “MAHILA MITRA”, a movement for grass root women to work in collaboration with the Vijayawada city police to prevent violence against women and children by triggering a change in the attitudes and behaviors of patriarchy. It aims to make the city safe for all, particularly women. Luckily, Sadhana Foundation has been associated with this movement since 2018 and has got involved in many events.

Millions Mind Campaign: – No silence for Violence
A campaign called “Million Minds” …. No Silence against Violence has started by VMM with the support of other CBOs, CSOs and educational institutions to fight against violence against women and girls. As we know, one in three women are facing physical and sexual violence mostly by an intimate partner. And violence against women and girls is a human right violation, and the immediate and long-term physical, sexual and mental consequence for women and girls can be devastating, including death. Sadhana Foundation has been working in collaboration with VMM from 2018 onwards and doing this campaign in Odisha with a group of volunteers.