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Seher is a unit of the Centre for Health and Social Justice (CHSJ) that works with marginalised women around health and human rights issues to bring their voices to the forefront and also for those who face discrimination and violation of their rights on the basis of their marital status, religion, caste, class or ethnicity, or because of their occupation or location in remote rural or excluded urban areas.
Envisioning a society where all the members
of society- women and men can enjoy their
rights without any discrimination and barriers.
To strengthen communities, networks and
civil society working with marginalized and
socially excluded communities for active
inclusion in achieving health and human
Development practitioner has over twenty
years of experience of grassroots work,
training, research, networking and advocacy.
Main focus of her work is on women’s health
rights and governance. She is responsible for
unit’s overall planning, strategy development
and for guiding the processes.
She as one of the core members of the Jeeva
collective, was part of an ethnographical
study to understand the role of traditional
birth attendants (Dais) in childbirth and to
document their knowledge of the birth related