Udisha is a conglomeration of professionals, social activists and environmentalists. It is involved in multifarious activities like Sustainable Development, Environment, Youth employment and Training and development etc.
Udisha has organized Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Debates, Walks (Padyatra) and Poster Painting Competitions etc on Environmental and Prevention of Child abuse and other Social and Developmental Issues.
UDISHA is a Non Governmental Organization Registered under the Societies Registration Act by the Government of Delhi. Udisha is a conglomeration of professionals, civil servants, social activists and environmentalists. It is involved in multifarious activities like Protection of Child Rights, Prevention of abuse and violence against Children and Youth, Women Empowerment, Sustainable Development, Environment, Adult literacy, Youth Employment and Training and development etc.
UDISHA has organized Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Debates, Walks (Padyatra) and On the Spot Poster Painting Competitions etc on Environmental and Prevention of child abuse, Respect of elders and other Social and Developmental Issues.
Udisha, a New Delhi/ India based society for education, employment and sustainable development has been organizing the events for propagating environmental education in secondary schools. Udisha has aroused awareness amongst thousands of children and their parents through various programs like, poster painting competition, walk and debates etc.
In 2007, Udisha was granted Special Consultative Status with Economic and Social Commission of United Nations.
Udisha is a coalition partner of WWSF since 2003 and has been consistently organizing events in its 19 Days Campaign on Prevention of abuse and violence against childrn and youth. WWSF, a humanitarian, secular, non-governmental and international, non-profit organization with United Nations consultative status (ECOSOC, UNFPA and DPI), works for a new development paradigm with and for women and children.
Udisha is a Laureate of 2011 International Prize for innovative practices for prevention of abuse and violence against children and youth, conferred by WWSF.
Women and gender equality
Social Services/Child Protection