We strive to enable women and children lead informed and safer lives
Joint Women’s Programme envisions itself as a movement of and by women and children seeking the freedom to express their identity. Being one of the earliest advocates for women and child rights in India, JWP began its journey in 1977, with an objective to secure and empower women and children from violence and social atrocities. We seek to create a new society of equal partnership between women and men while ensuring access to education and protection for children.
JWP promotes issue-based campaigns and networking at the regional and national levels among women’s groups and others. Through our programmes, we reach out to government departments, law enforcing agencies, civil society, grassroot organizations and committed individuals to ensure that everyone avail their basic rights.
Based in New Delhi, JWP implements programmes across several Indian states. We emphasize on grassroot women organization and community building in rural as well as urban areas. We extend our call to all members of society and urge participation in our attempt to uphold human rights.
SESSION ON MENSTRUAL HEALTH
FACT FINDING SESSION
World Water Day Celebration
Director’s visit at Mera Sahara Center, Nithari
International Women’s day (Kausani, Uttarakhand)
International Women’s day (JANTAR MANTAR)
International Women’s day (Meha Sahara Center)
NIOS Classes for JWP’s students
Segregation and composting session organized by JWP
COVID Relief – Sampark aur Samvaad
With limited resources available to us, we have already been distributing essential supplies to some districts around us.
Till date, we have already sent relief packages to over 10,000 people in the surrounding areas with the help of some local partnerships. Based on our interaction with the local members of the village, we want to now focus on providing vegetables, milk and milk powder and bi-monthly distribution of biodegradable cotton sanitary napkins.
Visit to Rashtrapati Bhavan, 3rd January 2020
JWP was invited to the Rashtrapati Bhawan to recognise and appreciate the organization’s contribution to the community and grassroots level work. We were very happy to receive a Certificate of Appreciation from him. What made the event all the more special was that we were chosen as one of the 40 individuals and organisations which were invited from all over India. We are grateful for the honour!
Our Commitment to improving conditions in Nithari, Noida
Let's Work Together
It is an uphill struggle to carry on the movement with limited resources. You and/or your organisation can help us to continue our varied programmes in the following ways:
Participate in programmes/projects, in advocacy, in skill and gender training with women, children and community members including local administrators.
Help as professionals towards the various activities.
Provide much needed financial support.
Indian taxpayers: Your donation is exempted from Income Tax u/s 80-G of Income Tax Act 1961.