Our Reach

  • States: 4
  • Districts: 25
  • Schools: 203
  • Students: 108000+
  • Households: 60700+

Awareness Campaigns

The public awareness campaigns conducted by Nirman Foundation are an effort to build public recognition of a problem through media, messaging, and an organized set of communication tactics. These campaigns aim to reach a large number of people aimed at driving behaviour change and raising awareness on issues relevant to the community.

National Rural Drinking Water & Sanitation Awareness Week

This campaign has been conducted by Nirman Foundation from 16th to 22nd March 2015 where the organization was engaged in executing community programmes and creating on-ground IEC activities by involving local NGOs/ASHA / VWSCs members in 19 districts of West Bengal. The aim was to spread awareness and drive behavioural changes to support the mission of universal access to safe drinking water for all -under the National Rural Drinking Water and Sanitation Week, 2015.

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National Awareness Campaign week on Japanese Encephalitis ( JE) / Acute Encephalitis Syndrome ( AES)

This campaign was conducted in 2014-2015 by Nirman Foundation with a weeklong awareness campaign on Japanese Encephalitis( JE ) in ten identified outbreaks districts in West Bengal. One of the key objectives was to drive an attitudinal shift that perceived the importance of water management and its linkage with Japanese Encephalitis.

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Menstruation Hygiene Week

Nirman Foundation celebrates de-stigmatisation of menstruation and recognizes the importance to sensitize all on the basic phenomenon of menstruation of women. Through various discussion programmes, communication tools such as street theatre and virtual meets, we attempted to convey the message that it is important to recognize the phenomenon of menstruation and make this issue accessible to all shedding all taboos.