Sajju Meena

Sajju Meena is a tribal woman who grew up in a small village around 100 kilometres outside of Udaipur. She started her journey in community mobilisation for health and nutrition as a village volunteer 12 years ago. Today, Sajju supports 50 such volunteers, as well as ten daycare centres (phulwaris) spread across hard-to-reach areas in rural Udaipur. She has supported and guided close to 1,500 pregnancies, helped around 500 women access contraception, and has worked to improve nutrition among nearly 1,000 children.


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