Suma from Hosakanakapur village, an adolescent girl under the Sphoorthi Project sent a video message regarding the inaccessibility of sanitary pads to Ms Bharati, Koppal’s ‘Padwoman‘. Ms
Nikhita has always wanted to work for her community, and as field staff under the Sphoorthi project, she works to empower adolescent girls to be future
As the CoronaVirus pandemic continues to affect communities across the globe, the governments have made efforts to ensure that all essential commodities would be supplied uninterrupted.
On December 12th, a public dialogue on Child Trafficking was organized in Koppal jointly by UNICEF, Childline, Sathyarthi Foundation, Sarvodaya and Spndhana (NGOs in Belgaum), to create
Some women are lost in fire. Some women are built from it. -Michelle K Some. Living in a joint family Shobha from Shivpur village, Koppal