Events

CONSULTATION TO REVIEW THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PCPNDT ACT IN TELANGANA

Gramya Resource Centre for Women in collaboration with Girls Count organised the consultation with state and district level officials and civil society to review the implementation of the PCPNDT Act in the Telangana post its formation as a new..

CONSULTATION WITH LEGAL COUNSELORS IN MAHARASHTRA

In order to bring in uniformity in action and address the challenges faced by officials during implementation of the PCPNDT Act, a consultation with legal counselors was held on 15th November, 2017 in Maharashtra. The consultation was a review of the work held in joint collaboration with state Health and Family Welfare department.

CONSULTATION WITH PARA-MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONS IN JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN

With an objective of building an alliance between government and medical community to prevent sex determination, Shikshit Rojgar Kendra Prabandhak Samiti (SRKPS) in joint collaboration with Department of Medical, Health..

MEDIA CONSULTATION IN HYDERABAD, TELANGANA

Gramya Resource Center for Women, in collaboration with Girls Count, organised a day long media consultation with journalists, civil society organisations from across Telangana on the issue of ‘Gender-Biased Sex Selection and Discrimination Against Women and Girls’

MEDIA CONSULTATION IN JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN

Shikshit Rojgar Kendra Prabandhak Samiti (SRKPS), in collaboration with Girls Count organised a media consultation with journalists and civil society organisations from across Rajasthan on the issue of ‘Gender-Biased Sex Selection and Discrimination Against Women and Girls’ on 23rd March, 2017

MEDIA CONSULTATION IN BHOPAL, MADHYA PRADESH

Samarthan, in collaboration with Girls Count, organised a day long media consultation with journalists from across Madhya Pradesh on the issue of ‘Gender-Biased Sex Selection and Discrimination Against Women and Girls’ on 22nd February, 2017 at Samarthan, Bhopal.

Celebrating Our Girls

Girls Count, in collaboration with Vanishing Girls, Let Her Live, Reflection Art Studios and Epicuria organised an awareness and outreach event at Epicuria to celebrate the National Girl Child Day on 24th January, 2017.

Consultation on Ensuring Social Justice for Girls under BBBP

With the objective of constituting a parliamentary forum to ensure social justice for girls, Girls Count organized a consultation with members of parliament and representatives of civil society organisations on 14th December,2016 at Constitution Club of India , New Delhi.

Cherishing the Girl Child: A workshop in Creativity

Sanjh Jagori Chandigarh, in association with Girls Count, organised a workshop aimed at engaging writers, painters, theatre artists, researchers and academicians in deliberations and discussions and materials production on issues pertaining to the women and girl child in the contemporary scenario. The workshop, held on 13th December 2016

Capacity building Workshop

Capacity building workshop conducted by Video Volunteers in collaboration with Girls Count & UNFPA India Representatives of 20 organizations from Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Gujarat participated to enhance their campaigns on gender and patriarchy.

Unite to End Violence against Women

SUTRA in collaboration with Girls Count organised a series of debate competitions in schools located in Solan and Una districts of Himachal Pradesh during 16 days of activism, beginning from 25th November,2016 till 10th December, 2016. The series of debates culminated with a rally by women and girls.

Consultation on Land and Housing Rights : Empowerment of Women

Girls Count, in collaboration with Landesa and support from UNFPA, organised a day long consultation on Land and Housing Rights for Women in New Delhi on 28th September, 2016. The consultation was conceptualised with the objective of reviewing and..

ECC at Delhi Police Public School, Safdarjung Enclave

Girls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to Delhi Police Public School with the aim of reaching out to the masses and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination...

ECC at Manav Rachna International University

Girls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to Manav Rachna International University with the aim of reaching out to the masses and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination

ECC at Miranda House, Delhi University

Girls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to Miranda House with the aim of reaching out to the masses and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination that exist between males and females.

ECC at IIMC, New Delhi

Girls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to Indian Institute of Mass Communication, New Delhi, with the aim of reaching out to the masses and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination

ECC at Lady Sri Ram College, Delhi University

irls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to Lady Sri Ram College with the aim of reaching out to the masses and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination that exist....

ECC at College of Vocational Studies, DU

Girls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to College Of Vocational Studies, with the aim of reaching out to the youth and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination

ECC at Jamia Millia Islamia

Girls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to the Department of Fine Arts, Jamia Millia Islamia with the aim of reaching out to the youth and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination...

ECC at Epicuria Food Mall, Nehru Place

Girls Count, in collaboration with Khushii NGO​ and Epicuria​ Food Mall, took its travelling photo exhibition to Epicuria with the aim of reaching out to the masses and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination that exist between males and females...

ECC at Indian Women's Press Corps

Girls Count, in collaboration with Women's Feature Service took its travelling photo exhibition to Indian Women’s Press Corps with the aim of reaching out to the masses and spreading awareness about the declining child sex ratio in various Indian states and the various forms of discrimination that exist between males and females. The exhibition was held on July 11, 2016.

ECC photo dispaly at Vigyaan Bhawan

A glimpse of the ‘Each Click Counts- A Travelling Photo Exhibition’ (2015-16), photo display which was a part of the launch of ‘Additional Districts under BBBP’ organised on 19th April 2016 by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi.

Media Campaign Workshop

A glimpse of the Girls Count-Beti Bachao Beti Padhao media campaign workshop held on 16th November 2016 at National Foundation for India (NFI), New Delhi. The event was attended by a group of journalists from local, regional and national newspapers. The representative from Ministry of Women and Child Development...

PCPNDT report card release December 2015

A glimpse of the release of Civil Society Report Card on PCPNDT which was held on 9th December 2015 at India International Centre, New Delhi. The Report Card looks into the court cases filed under the PCPNDT Act, monitoring and inspections and action taken by State Medical Councils.

Steering Group Meeting, 5th February 2016

A glimpse of the annual Steering Group meeting held on 5th February 2016 at National Foundation for India, New Delhi to discuss the key highlights of work done by the coalition in 2015 and the way ahead and new avenues for Girls Count in 2016.

Launch of Girls Count IEC campaign at the Delhi Metro

On December 1st, 2014 Girls Count launched its 10-day awareness campaign on the issue of Declining Child Sex Ratio outside the Kashmere Gate metro station. Our guests of honor were Ms. Sarada Ali Khan, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Women and Child Development and Mr. Toshihiro Tanaka, Deputy Representative, UNFPA.

Orientation Workshop for UCMS Medical Students

Girls Count in collaboration with University College of Medical Sciences, Delhi organized an orientation workshop titled “Addressing Pre and Post-Birth Discrimination Against Girl Child” for medical students on 12th September, 2015.

Himachal Pradesh Consultation on PCPNDT Act

A glimpse of the consultation on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' organised by SUTRA under Girls Count Coalition at Hotel Holiday Home, Shimla on 24th April, 2015

Haryana & Punjab Consultation on PCPNDT Act

Sixth in the series of state level consultations on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' was held in Chandigarh on 23rd April, 2015. It was jointly organised by RP Education Society & Voluntary Health Association of Punjab under Girls Count coalition for Haryana and Punjab.

Orientation Workshop at Army College of Medical Sciences

Girls Count in collaboration with Army College of Medical Sciences, Delhi organized an orientation workshop titled “Addressing Pre and Post-Birth Discrimination Against Girl Child” for about 200 medical students, faculty members and interns on 1st May 2015.

Maharashtra Consultation on PCPNDT Act

Seventh in the series of state level consultations on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' was held in Mumbai on 5th May, 2015. It was organised by Dalit Mahila Vikas Mandal under Girls Count Coalition.

Bihar Consultation on PCPNDT Act

Eighth in the series of state level consultations on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' was held in Patna on 7th May, 2015. It was organised by Gramin Evam Nagar Vikas Parishad under Girls Count Coalition.

Chhattisgarh Consultation on PCPNDT Act

A glimpse of the consultation on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' organised by Mayaram Surjan Foundation under Girls Count Coalition held at Hotel Grand Arjun, Raipur on 9th April, 2015.

Uttar Pradesh Consultation on PCPNDT Act

A glimpse of the consultation on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' organised by Vatsalya under Girls Count Coalition at Hotel India Awadh, Lucknow on 15th April, 2015

Rajasthan Consultation on PCPNDT Act

A glimpse of the consultation on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' organised by SRKPS under Girls Count Coalition at Swasthya Bhawan, Department of Health and Family Welfare, Jaipur on 17th April, 2015

Delhi Consultation on PCPNDT Act

A glimpse of the consultation on 'Current Structure and Status of Statutory Mechanisms under PCPNDT Act' held at at India International Centre on 6th April, 2015

Workshop with Kamala Nehru College Students

Girls Count organised a workshop- 'Addressing Declining Child Sex Ratio: Challenges & Responses' for the political science students of Kamala Nehru College.

RELEASE OF THE PCPNDT -CIVIL SOCIETY REPORT CARD

A report card on the current status and statutory mechanisms done by the civil society members was released.

Orange Your Neighbourhood

To support the UNiTE to End Violence Against Women campaign, Girls Count painted the neighbourhoods orange in Delhi and urging people to come together to end violence against women and girls.

THINK. SPEAK. WIN. AT MIRANDA HOUSE

Catch a glimpse of Girls Count slogan-writing competition organised at the Diwali Fest of Miranda House.

THINK. SPEAK. WIN. AT GARGI COLLEGE

Catch a glimpse of Girls Count slogan-writing competition organised at the Diwali Fest of Gargi College.