About Udaan

Project Udaan seeks to reduce adolescent pregnancies in Rajasthan by leveraging existing government platforms and programmes across the Health and Education Departments, for scale-up and sustainability. It adopts a multi-sectoral approach to prevent adolescent pregnancy, layering interventions beyond sexual health, to fundamentally change the way adolescent programming is carried on.

Udaan attempts to keep girls in school through their enrolment (school-going and dropout girls) at secondary school level while ensuring that the eligible girls receive their scholarship through collective efforts. School and community-level interventions have been designed to increase girls’ enrolment at secondary level school by generating wide public awareness on the scholarship schemes and mobilising communities to support girls’ education and facilitate their going back to school.

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Key Interventions

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Keeping Girls in School

Evidence suggests that girls who remain in school longer are less likely to get married early thereby averting early pregnancy. Financial constraint i..

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In-School Adolescent Health Education

Strengthen knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP) on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) among adolescents (Experimental) – Effective access to se..

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Improving Contraceptive Access and Choice

The family planning programmes, in India, has a turbulent history. Despite significant efforts to increase awareness, providing access and supply of m..

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Our Impact


Early marriages prevented through keeping girls in school udaan


Teenage pregenancy averted through keeping girls in school, SRH education to students and access to injectable contraceptives.

Intervention Districts Udaan

Strategy 1 of the program was implemented in 15 districts. Strategy 2 of the program was implemented in 4 districts and Strategy 3 was rolled across 14 high-fertility districts.