[Featured Resource] SMS for Justice: Women Demand Access to Vital Services in Delhi

This week’s featured resource is SMS for Justice: Women Demand Access to Vital Services in Delhi. This resource illustrates how Nazdeek and ICAAD have developed and implemented “SMS for Justice,” a project that combines legal education and community-reporting through technology to address gaps in the delivery of basic services related to women’s health, adequate housing, food and nutrition, and water and sanitation across slums in Delhi.

This resource was featured as a pre-course reading for the 2018 Legal Empowerment Leadership Course, and shared with us by @suktidhital.

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