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TARSHI believes that all people have the right to sexual well being and to a self-affirming and enjoyable sexuality

TARSHI (Talking About Reproductive and Sexual Health Issues) works towards expanding sexual and reproductive choices in people’s lives in an effort to enable them to enjoy lives of dignity, freedom from fear, infection and reproductive and sexual health problems.

TARSHI is a registered NGO based in New Delhi, India. It was founded in 1996 and registered under the Societies Registration Act in 1997. All donations to TARSHI are exempt from tax under section 80(G) of the Income Tax Act, Government of India.

TARSHI runs an infoline, conducts trainings and institutes, develops publications, participates in public awareness and education initiatives, and provides technical support for advocacy initiatives.

TARSHI hosted The South and Southeast Asia Resource Centre on Sexuality from 2003 to 2009. The Resource Centre aimed to increase knowledge, scholarship and conceptual understanding of issues of sexuality, sexual health and sexual well being in the South and Southeast Asia region.

News from the Region
WHO Identifies China`s HIV Challenges
Shanghai Daily - Beijing, China

Fear Over The City
The Hindu, India:

RI, Oz Launch Joint HIV/AIDS Project
The Jakarta Post, Indonesia

FPAI Trying to Teach About Sex in a Healthy Way
Daily News and Analysis - Mumbai, India

Volunteers, Locals Should Lead Asia’s HIV Battle
Bangkok Post, Thailand

HIV/AIDS Mortality Rate Rising by 11pc Annually in Pakistan
Pakistan Observer - Karachi, Pakistan

Not Just Girls, Boys Are Also Victims of Sexual Abuse Too
Daily News and Analysis - Bangalore, India

`I Want to Break The Stigma Attached to LGBT Community`
The New Indian Express - Chennai, India

‘Begin Sex Education in Class I’
The Times of India - Kochi, India

Evicted Sex Workers Spread Across Tangail Town
Dhaka Tribune - Tangail, Bangladesh

Click here to View Details of Good Times
Click here to View Details of The Orange Book : A Teachers’ Workbook on Sexuality
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