Kalyani will look after the technical aspects of family welfare activities; its Analysis Department will help in perspective planning and monitoring and evaluation of the performance of various family welfare programmes.

It also will help to look after health infrastructure at the peripheral level. It will take the responsibility to provided communication, education, publicity and extension support to the programme trhrough mass education and with emphasis on inter-personal communication. It will also look after population-education activities.

  1. Comprehensive Law against Domestic Violence: There should be a comprehensive law against violence with a broader definition of domestic violence. The definition should encompass all acts within the home of physical, psychological, emotional, sexual and financial abuse which in effect hurt, degrade or take away the ability of the women to control contact with another individual. The legislation should address women of all ages irrespective of their marital status. Kalyani will work for this dream to come true.


  1. Improve women’s Economic Capacities: We will try to improve women’s access to and control of income and assets, recognise her shared rights to the family home, and incorporate the principle of division of community property in divorce laws.

Productive assets and property are critical to strengthening the economic and social status of women, providing income opportunities and improved respect for women outside marriage and family.

  1. Strengthen and expand training and sensitization programme: Programmes designed to train, sensitize and interlink those working at critical entry points to identify and treat abused children and women should be a priority, with one aim being increased accountability across institutions. Such programmes should be tailored for medical personnel, legal and enforcement personnel, the judiciary, counseling and other support service providers.


  1. Effective use of the media to build Public Awareness: Mobilisation of communities around campaigns such as that for “Zero tolerance of violence” requires NGOs and advocates to work effectively with all forms of media. This requires improved skills and capacity among NGOs to enter new forms of dialogue with journalists and media personnel to heighten awareness of human rights and their significance for addressing suppression and anomalies. Kalyani has this objective on the top of its priorities.


  1. Reconceptualise violence against women as a crime against person as well as the society as a whole and therefore it needs to be reported, investigated in a scientific manner and justice provided.


  1. Research studies undertaken by academicians, NGOs, social activists and others to be published and followed by advocacy and awareness.
  1. Formulating and enacting of new laws as well as reviewing of existing laws which provide protection to the victims of “domestic violence”.


  1. Facilitating and sensitizing law enforcement agencies like police and the judiciary.
  1. Recruiting more women into police forces.


  1. Launching of legal literacy programmes, paralegal training courses and information campaigns on laws and women’s human rights in colleges, secondary schools, and women’s organisations.
  1. Setting up of macro and micro level organisations at the national as well as grassroots level to monitor and review violence against women and children.


  1. Reformulation of syllabi in schools by replacing images, lesson and programmes that perpetuate gender distinction with gender neutral and pro-parity content.
  1. Opportunities for education and career creation so that women can be economically independent.


  1. Establishment of short stay homes in all districts of Delhi and Rajasthan for homeless, abandoned victimized women and children.
  1. Encourage and strengthen women’s human rights, groups to participate actively in all maters relating to promotion, protection and enforcement of women’s human rights.