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Team

Riju Gulati 
Project Coordinator – Project CACA

A psychology graduate with Masters in Social Work from Delhi School of Social Work. She has zealously worked in the domain of rights for children and women during her exposures at concurrent field work and training. During her internship at Delhi Commission for Women, she was closely involved in programmes like 181 Women Helpline, Rape Crisis Cell, Sahyogini Programme, among others. She has also worked on individual cases on the field for various cases of sexual and gender-based violence and assault. While interning with Udayan Care, a home for orphaned and abandoned children, she ardently conducted various life skill training sessions with children of all ages. These life skill training session were pertaining to topics including Safe and Unsafe Touch, Menstrual Hygiene, Challenging gender stereotypes, among others.

She has also been meticulous in presenting various research papers at various national and international seminars and conferences.


Nishtha Saxena
School Coordinator – Project CACA

Nishtha is a graduate in English from Delhi University with a Master of Social Work from IGNOU. She has worked with several organisations since her college days as an intern, volunteer, and full-time employee on various projects related to Awareness on HIV/AIDS for Female Sex Workers (Samarth); Nutrition Camps for Adolescent Girls and Women (Navlok Welfare Society); Legal Awareness Camps with DIstrcit Legal Service Authorities for Women and Children (Navlok Welfare Society). She regularly participates in food and clothes distribution drives to needy people. For project CACA she coordinated with various schools for various types of workshops.


Vanshika Mirza
Content Coordinator – Project CACA

Vanshika Mirza has a bachelor’s degree in Applied Psychology from the University of Delhi and a master’s degree in Psychosocial Clinical Studies from Ambedkar University Delhi. She has previously worked as a trainee in organizations like the National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (Bangalore), Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences (Delhi) and National Thermal Power Corporation Limited (Delhi), across the fields of Organizational Behavior and Clinical Psychology/Psychiatry which enabled her to work with a variety of people across various age-groups and socio-economic backgrounds. In her master’s dissertation titled ‘Fractures of Kashmiriyat: A study of the dislocated Kashmiri Pandit’, she attempts to reconcile with her identity as a Kashmiri Pandit as she produces a scholastic research paper. As the Content Coordinator, Vanshika aims to implement her fieldwork experience,  bring more relevant and constructive content to the organization’s essence to help Project CACA grow in order to uproot child sexual abuse off of Indian ground, to begin with, and then the world.


Ashutosh Srivastava 
Resource Person – Project CACA

A law graduate form LL.M. – National Law University, Jodhpur with 17+ years of experience on Child Rights, Women’s Rights, Access to Justice, Legal Aid and Legal Empowerment. He has worked with NOG’s like Global Rights, Child Rights and You (CRY) and has actively worked on various aspects of Child Protection – child sexual abuse, child trafficking, child labour and child marriage. He has worked with United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India for implementation of a Project on “Access to Justice” for Marginalized People in eight Indian states – Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Orissa, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Since March 2017, he is associated with UNICEF as a Consultant on Child Protection. He recently facilitated Swami Vivekananda State Police Academy, Barrack pore, West Bengal, in strengthening Child Protection training of police officials. Presently, he is aiding UNICEF in Uttar Pradesh in Strengthening Child Protection Systems.


Salini Sharma
Resource Person – Project CACA

Salini is a United Nations Women Fellow, certified in International Human Rights, and a Master Trainer on Social Entrepreneurship under British Council and IIM Kozhikode’s joint program. She works with non-profits, formal and educational institutions and development-based organisations against gender-based violence. With her training and qualification in child protection, she has been conducting workshops in schools, colleges, and community-based organisations with children and related stakeholders to build awareness on child sexual abuse and sexual violence for the last five years across cities in India and outside.


Vinita Zutshi
Resource Person and Content Development – Project CACA

Vinita Zutshi is the creator and writer of Carefree Parenting. She is a parent, writer, editor, online content creator and a storyteller. published author of children’s non-fiction, with children’s and adult fiction books. Vinita teaches Creative Writing and Structured Writing to students, teachers and executives. Vinita has even delivered a talk at a TEDx event using the TED conference format, independently organized by a local community.


Anshu Sharma
Content Coordinator – Project CACA (Intern)

Anshu is a second-year student of Political Science (Hon.) at Loreto College, Kolkata. Since her school days, she has been a part of organizations working towards social good. Her participation in the social service activities has made her sensitive towards the imperative issues that need immediate attention. Presently, she is a member of Leo Club, Leadership Training Service. She has also received Certificate of Merit for Political Science from her school, Certificate of Merit for Psychology (1st Year), Certificate of Effort for Human Rights (1st Year). She is currently balancing her studies, the duties outside college and her contribution towards Project CACA. She believes in the axiom Project CACA is built on “Prevention is better than cure.”


Muskan Dhiman
Content Coordinator – Project CACA (Intern)

Muskan Dhiman is a 2nd-year B.A. (Hons) Applied Psychology student at Vivekananda College, Delhi University. She completed her schooling from DAV Public School, Rohini. As a student of psychology Muskan is interested in school and community-based preventions and interventions promoting children’s prosocial behaviors and psychosocial health which will help her further enhance her skills and experiences in child psychology. She is passionate about working closely with the issues children are facing today. She firmly believes that it is easy to build up a child than it is to repair an adult and she is making it possible through her contribution towards Project CACA. She believes in the axiom Project CACA is built on “Prevention is better than cure.”


Mansi Sharma 
Content Coordinator – Project CACA (Intern)

Mansi has done her schooling from Faith Academy, New Delhi and is currently pursuing Applied Psychology Hons. from Vivekananda College, Delhi University. As she is exploring this field of psychology, she wants to enhance this continued process of exploration in the area of social work as well and make her contribution to induce a positive change.

Working with Project CACA is a platform for her to do her bit to contribute to the well-being and betterment of children, who are the nation’s strongest building blocks. She abides by the ideology of “Be the change, you want to see” which motivated her to be a part of Project CACA.

 

Nalini 
Content Coordinator – Project CACA (Intern)

Nalini is pursuing her Masters in Gender Studies from Ambedkar University. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in English Honours from Delhi University. From her undergraduate days, she has interned with organisations like RAHI Foundation, that promoted awareness about child sexual abuse, and The Wordsworth Project, where she gave English classes to children of government schools. She has also worked with Hindustan Times as an intern reporter and has been a part of a feminist organisation called Womenite.

As a feminist and a gender studies student, her passion has always been working on issues related to gender and inequality. As an intern, she would use her understanding to contribute to the gender sensitisation of the content provided to the children.

Nishtha Grover  
Pilot Testing – Project Umbrella (IIT Kanpur Toolkit on CSA) – Intern

Nishtha is currently pursuing her masters in clinical psychology from Delhi University (DU). She is also a certified master hypnotherapist and has completed her course in counselling and guidance from DU. As the placement head, she has helped her department get associated with various meaningful organisations. She has extensively worked with children and adolescents and conducted workshops on psychometric assessment, personality development, and career mentoring. Her passion lies in expressive arts therapies, child psychology and education building among the youth. She is an avid blogger and you will find her writing poetry and stories in her free time. She believes that working with project CACA will help her realize the potential to bring awareness to the community. She firmly believes that “it’s easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.”

 

Dr. Krupa Gandhi
Advocacy Ambassador – Project CACA

Based in Mumbai, she is a Homeopathic Physician by profession and passionate about working on issues related to child rights & their safety. She holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Psychology and Counselling and a degree of Masters in Mental Health. Under the Self Expression and Leadership Program of “Landmark Forum” and support from “Lucy Faith-full Foundation” a UK based NGO working on prevention of child abuse, she has taken up Project CACA – Children Against Child Abuse as an Advocacy Ambassador.


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