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STOP invited to a global virtual conference to celebrate women enterprises

On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Farcap, a fair trade clothing brand in Germany, organized a global conference celebrating women entrepreneurs from across the globe. Prof. Roma Debabrata founder president, STOP was invited to lead the discussion on how women from marginalised backgrounds can rise up and not just fulfil their financial needs but also help fellow women who are facing similar challenges.

A master trainers Ms. Sonali also participated in the event and discussed their journey and challenges as well as collectively deliberated over the various areas to improve for achieving women empowerment.

Completion of successful vaccination camp in Tughlakabad

Volunteers of team of STOP and community volunteers hand in hand ensuring vaccination of the local population.

On 11th, September, the team of “Health100” an initiative by STOP (RBC Trust), completed successful vaccination camp in Tughlakabad school for beneficiaries of Tughlakabad and Tigri community. The team conducted camp amid heaviest rainfall recorded in last 70 years in Delhi.

US Embassy Invites STOP to celebrate of “Women’s History Month”

On 19th March, 2021, STOP was invited to American Embassy, New Delhi by the Political affairs section to celebrate women’s history month. On the occasion select organizations, authors, academicians were invited to discuss matters concerning women empowerment and safety of women.

Representative of STOP discussed the challenges faced by women at the grassroots due to COVID-19 pandemic. The foreseen challenges concerning female literacy and child protection were also discussed. The issue of human trafficking and its changing trends were discussed at length.

STOP invited by NCW to celebrate “Men for Women” on the occasion of International Women’s Day.

On 10th March, 2021, STOP was invited by the National Commission for Women to celebrate internal women’s day by acknowledging contribution of men in success of women. The events had men narrate their stories and role in success of women in their lives. The event was aimed at changing a common perception that only women support successful men.

The aim to establish that even men can be supportive in women’s growth well resonated with the idea of women empowerment and gender equality.

Collaboration with Enactus Aryabhatta

In November, 2020, STOP was approached by Enactus (Global Youth Development Organization) Aryabhatta College seeking collaboration under Project Palaash. As part of the project, three training sessions were conducted with members of the community from November to February. Under the training structure, beneficiaries from community were taught various designs on tie and dye, ombre, etc. Marigold flower, madder roots and tea leaves were used as main ingredient in the making of dye. The products made by the beneficiaries of STOP will be marketed by Enactus Aryabhatta team on different online platforms. Both the organizations plan to scale up the partnership by collaborating for production of home decor items, T-shirts and other apparels.  

STOP Invited to Attend 29th Founders Day of NCW

Team members of STOP at Vigyaan Bhawan

On 31st January, members of STOP Trafficking and Oppression of children & women were invited by the National Commission for women to celebrate its 29th Founder’s Day and felicitate women corona warriors from across the nation. On the occasion, STOP represented the contribution by NGO’s in extending help and support to the marginalised people living in difficult situations. The occasion was graced and addressed by Hon’ble Minister of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises, Shri Prakash Javadekar, Hon’ble Minister of State, MoSJE & M/o Jal Shakti, Shri Rattan Lal Kataria and Ms. Rekha Sharma, Chairperson, National Commission for Women.

Hon’ble guests discussed women across various fields taking lead and charge to address issues experienced in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. Various government policies and initiatives taken by the NCW to address complaints of women and elderly persons were also discussed.