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Mitu Khurana, is a doctor herself, whose husband and in-laws tried their best to get rid of her twin girls when they were in the womb. She is the first woman in India to have taken legal action under the PCPNDT (Pre-Conception & Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques) Act against her husband, in-laws and the hospital for the sex-determination test.

The lower courts gave awareness to her case but the hospital and doctor have appealed in the higher courts against cognizance and it has been pending since 2010. In fact, Mitu is fighting a dozen other cases including domestic violence, dowry and custody of children, and her email is being hacked. “

To learn more or help support Mitu in getting her justice click here.

Every Girl Matters | Photo Campaign

Together let’s help spread awareness on the issue of gendercide and the many gender discriminations females face. Let’s help bring an end to gendercide and change cultural values one girl at a time.

We chose the month of October as the United Nations has declared Oct 11th  "The Day of the Girl." A day to bring girls & womens rights to the forefront. A day to help raise awareness on the many issues girls and women face around the world. Join us this day or month and let your voice be heard.

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Every Girl Matters | Merchandise

GirlKIND has launched it's "EVERY GIRL MATTERS," campaign and is offering items that you can purchase to help support the cause.  We have tshirts, wristbands and buttons, with more items being added.  A small step to keep the awareness going.  Visit us online by clicking our merchandise button up top or visiting us at one of our "live," events.


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Every Girl Matters | Campaign


Every Girl Matters Campaign will be launched soon.  It is currently in the planning stages.  The campaign hopes to inspire individuals to get involved and join the movement in various ways to begin to change cultural values. 

Change only occurs if you let it.  Stay tuned folks, contact us if you would like more info or would like to get involved.