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United Nations Academic Impact and MCN are proud to partner on the Millennium Fellowship. Over 31,000 young leaders on 2,400+ campuses across 140+ nations applied to join the Class of 2022.  200+ campuses worldwide (just 8%) were selected to host the 3,000+ Millennium Fellows.



National University of Study and Research in Law | Ranchi, India | Advancing SDG 3 & UNAI 6


" Purpose, challenges and commitment are the 3 wheels I always consider in travelling towards the path of self-satisfaction and social service. The platform is providing me with unfettered opportunities that would help me achieve my goal of improving conditions of the people and respect their rights making me full of enthusiasm and determination to work excitingly towards achieving the aim. "

Millennium Fellowship Project: Project Samman: Our Body Our Right

Our project mainly fixates around combating this issue of unawareness the need of raising awareness among tribal women about their sexual and reproductive rights plus their right to access to public resources like Medicare and Medicaid not just to them but to the urban population as well for our aim of mobilizing this issue to a significant degree.

The focal problem about this exploitation issue that we figured out is mainly because of the hesitancy which could be a product of illiteracy to the people of the pocketed areas. Hence our project would first assess the current condition of these marginalized women, especially targeting the most prone i.e., youth community by continuous engagement through both physical and virtual platforms via collaborations with the local administrators to learn about their experiences of healthcare legislation on them to gain their feedback regarding them and what improvements need to be made to the particular area or communities. The next step would be to rely on these observations and data so collected to the legislators and captivate their attention towards the cause to gain policy frameworks and raise funds through ambassador campaigns and collaborate with various NGOs and NPOs plus philanthropists to attain mass audience and their engagement to improve the tribal women's current situation regarding access to healthcare facilities and their awareness on menstrual period, usage and disposal of pads and other sanitary products, the consequences due to poor hygienic practices during periods, contraception, gynecological problems, and safe motherhood.

About the Millennium Fellow

Prerna Shree is an assiduous learner and a B.A.LLB Student from National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi, Jharkhand,India. She has always been passionate about changing and advancing the world to a better one and is determined in doing so by learning the law and it's functioning in order to create awareness among people of their own rights and save them from getting exploited. Being brought up in a state constituting most tribal population in her country, she shares their happiness, grief and struggles and understands what is needed at the very ground level, specially being a woman, their sexual and reproductive health rights is something she is concerned about. Therefore she is prepared to impact and improve their lives by contributing to the upliftment projects and agendas by being a part of the Millennium Fellowship Programme and its sustainable development goals. She aspires to be an inspiring counterpart to all the law enthusiasts out there and help in inculcating self-worth and independency with the help of the supreme law and order.

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