Every Child in School

17.7 million children in India are currently out of school

25 million children are at risk of acute hunger

1 in 4 school going children have dropped out of school

33 million children in India are engaged in child labour

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About the Initiative

A mother, a sister, a daughter, a home-maker, a teacher, a doctor, a leader; women hold our worlds together in a million ways.A girl child comes into this world with just as many expectations, dreams and aspiration as a boy, but soon finds out that her way towards achieving them is much more challenging. The mere absence of an education and the many different set of rules that a girl has to follow according to the norms of the society makes her suffer mentally, emotionally and physically from a very young age.

RIIT initiative ‘She Can Fly’ is an effort to enable, equip and empower girl children with quality education, proper nutrition, good health, adequate skills, and above all a lot of self-confidence to help them live their lives to their fullest potential.

About the Initiative

Health Cannot Wait

The current health scenario of the general population of India is a sad one. According to The Lancet a new index developed to assess each country’s achievement on a range of health indicators, India ranks at 154 in a list of 188 countries. A staggering 70% of the population still lives in rural areas and has no or limited access to hospitals and clinics. In addition, India has 48 doctors per 100,000 persons which is fewer than in developed nations. The country has the third highest child mortality rate among SAARC countries with 48 deaths reported per 1,000 live births and the total life expectancy is 68.3 which gives India a World Life Expectancy ranking of 123.

A two pronged approach – first to bring quality health care services to doorsteps of the needy and second to promote healthcare awareness and contemporary health care seeking behavior among the underprivileged has become the most important need for the people at the moment.