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A film made by noted actor and director Nandita Das to highlight the surge in domestic violence during the lockdown to contain #COVID19 pandemic. It is high time we break the stigma around reporting abuse.

The film is supported by UNFPA, UNICEF, UNESCO, UN WOMEN and the South Asian Foundation.


During the COVID19 pandemic, it is important to self-isolate yourself for at least 14 days after travelling to ensure your own safety and for others.


You can help stop the spread of COVID19 by staying at home. Encourage your friends and family members to do the same.


Laadli is a compelling story of women burdened with societal norms in times of pandemic.

This film is an initiative by the students and faculty of Whistling Woods International in support of UNFPA and Laadli (Population First), to urge family members to share household responsibilities with sensitivity and strike a balance.


General guidelines for pregnant women to follow during the COVID19 pandemic.


'Social distancing' or more accurately 'physical distancing' is an important precautionary measure to take during the COVID19 pandemic to stop the spread of coronavirus.


Important instruction and guidelines to follow when using masks during the COVID19 pandemic.



Lactating mothers with or without COVID19 symptoms are advised to take precautionary measures to avoid COVID19 infection or cross-infection with the baby.


Senior citizens are at higher risk of contracting the COVID19, especially those with underlying medical conditions. It is important to take precautions and follow guidelines issued by the government and World Health Organisation (WHO) to protect yourself from the virus.


Community health workers have an important role to play during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Spreading awareness about the disease
  • Ensuring pregnant women are well informed about any pregnancy-related issues
  • Providing access to family planning and related information