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SES, in partnership with GLOBAL G.L.O.W, is excited to announce OctobHER: International Month of the Girl, an entire month dedicated to bringing together girls, thought leaders, partner organizations and allies to celebrate girls and address the critical issues that continue to hinder progress towards a more gender equal world. We will also explore solutions and begin to carve a path forward in building gender equity for girls everywhere. Under the initiative, we are organizing art and drawing competition, webinar, community meeting, seminar. You can participate in the mentioned activities.


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Art and Drawing Competition

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Video Submission

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Community Meeting

SES feel and believe one of the most important community stakeholders for adolescents’ girls to be able to achieve their true potential and have a bright future are parents/guardians. SES plan on organizing community meetings in the communities we have our girl participants’ from to engage and focus on parents: SES aim to progress and strengthen our constant community engagement with them, sensitize them further on issues girls face/have expressed during club time and how parents can be their allies navigating through an important developmental phase of their girls’ lives.

Community Exposure

Exposure visit for SES 100 club participants so they can unwind from their monotonous routines as well as strengthen their bond amongst themselves and across clubs in the safe space of club time: this shall make them feel more connected and intertwined as a small community/close knit group of their own. We shall organize games etc for them to polish skills like team spirit, kindness and empathy in them through the medium of play.


  • On contextualizing and inculcating SEL within the educational learning set-ups as well as outside it: out of school programs to make adolescents’ girls life-ready and confident thinking-beings.
  • Here we will be contextualizing SEL as an important skill which needs to be translated into practice from early on, even more so with young girls from resource-poor backgrounds who often stand at a disadvantaged edge in the social fabric and easily succumb to the normative expectations of our patriarchal society and mindset.
  • To fill in this lacuna we are trying to get important stakeholders from the civil society, life coaches, representative from Education department, NGOs, Livelihood oriented Skill Development programs, community stakeholder-local councilor ,independent workers who have a sound understanding of ground realities working with adolescents’ girls in India and the societal reality of translating SEL/empowerment/gender-development programs; policy level lobbying to translate SEL as a basic tool towards building self-development perspective in our youth(adolescent girls). We hope to bring SEL at the forefront from the margins on discussion of SEL in a lip-service context when we talk about VOCATIONAL/TECHNICAL LIFESKILLS through our efforts-Discuss the New Education Policy 2020 and how it visualizes SEL-Analyze low participation and retention of girls in skill development programs/job market/local governance and what role does SEL plays here-Learn from the success and challenges of other NGOs in India in the space of alternative education and SEL programs.
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