KKSS wins Best Institute for Women's Rights

Tamil Nadu is the 11th largest state of India and is just over 67 million people. in 2016, KKSS won the Best Institute for Women's Rights and Welfare in the whole state. This is an inredible achievement and recognises the tireless work they do to create better lives for girls and women in South India. They are pioneers in changing the narrative of women, and creating leaders of tomorrow. 

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Saskia Rysenbry
Why is India so harsh on the female population?

India, the current story is a typical one for a country changing - moving on from a poor, third world country to a middle income one. Across the landscape, huge masses of people are coming out of poverty, middle income is booming and literacy rates are increasing. But India is still a creature of habit, and in a modern culture that has existed for over 4000 years, it is still one of the most dangerous places to be born a girl.  

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Saskia Rysenbry