Jagran Pehel takes a broad and holistic view of education, which includes awareness generation and information dissemination campaigns.
Health is "not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" but "a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being" (WHO, 1978).
Almost two and a half billion people – a third of the world’s population – live without adequate sanitation facilities.
Gender bias is inherent in every aspect of Indian society. It’s more violent forms are manifested in skewed sex ratio, domestic violence
Poverty alleviation is the most urgent need of India. Despite growing GDP, 42% of the population continues to live below $1.25.
Water is increasingly becoming a scarce resource. A significant proportion of India’s population does not have access to adequate and safe water supply.
Environment Protection needs immediate attention in the present context of global warming and demographic overburdening.
Population issues are crucial to India as it is the second most populous country in the world, inhabited by 17% of the world’s total population