We are working towards basic health for all
Ritu is a girl’s name that means ‘season’ in Bangladesh. It also refers to a girl’s monthly period and is the name of an animation figure that plays a central role in one of Simavi’s most recent programmes. Main goal is to improve the health, well-being, and social and economic participation of women and girls. Read more about this programme.
Jan Rotmans, Professor of Transitions and Transition Management, stirred our minds by sharing his vision about the transition our society is currently going through. He argues that we are in a change of eras comparable to the Industrial Revolution in the 19th century. Jan believes that we are moving towards Society 3.0: decentralised, bottom-up, flexible and with small networks instead of a society dominated by bureaucracy and large companies. We asked Jan what these changes will mean for organisations and individuals in the development sector.
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Our goal is to structurally improve the basic health of 10 million people by 2020.
Over this time we’ve built up an in-depth knowledge of what - and who - it takes to successfully implement WASH and SRHR programmes and how to keep producing positive and sustainable results.Meet us here
Chief Executive of the Water Supply Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC)
Mr. Parshahum Prasad
Head of Phadiya Panchayat, social worker (Rathura)
Dr. Chittarnajn Pankaj
Medical Officer, India