The ripple effect of positive change that occurs when a girl gets an education is incredible. It strengthens economies, reduces inequality, and creates more opportunities for everyone to succeed.

About Us

Stand4SHE (Sanitation & Hygiene Education) is a movement to raise awareness about a basic need, to have sanitation, Hygiene Education, and toilets in every school in Karnataka and other parts of India, and to empower girls to bring about sustainable changes in sanitation and MHM ( Menstrual Health Management) in their schools and homes.

How we work

Stand4SHE works with a community that aims to raise awareness to bring about change. We talk, collaborate, and demand toilets for girls in schools. This movement was started by Archana Kr, who considers access to sanitation essential for a healthy standard of living. For children to stay in school and get a quality education, they must have a clean and safe environment.

Sanitation is a human right.

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Simple Actions That Can Make A Difference

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She campaigns are the grassroots movement with a goal to raise awareness for SDG-6

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Stories have the power to inspire. Leading Lights is the story of champions and change-makers.

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Get involved with us and become #shechampion by volunteering and support.

Our Presence

In Karnataka, we conducted Sanitation, Hygiene & Menstrual  Management workshops with Archana Kr.

Campaign to Ensure clean and safe toilets for women on National highways 

Waste management sessions for School

Campaign - Bring back girls students to govt schools across Karnataka by providing clean and safe toilets.

Menstrual Hygiene session for School

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BELEGUM

DEVANAHAILLI

TUMKUR

NH75

    HUBLI

Menstrual Hygiene Management workshop 

BANGALORE 

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78,420

Total Schools In Karnataka 

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38+

Workshops Conducted  Online/Offline

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30+

Schools Covered 

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1500 +

 Girls Attended Workshops