Third Party Facilitator trainings


This training provides participants with the opportunity to gain  comprehensive knowledge of the Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prohibition, Prevention and Redressal) Act, 2013, and the practical skills necessary to become a professional third party facilitator. It is aimed at creating a pool of trainers who can be third party facilitators on internal complaints committees of other companies or organizations as mandated by this law.

Third Party Facilitator: Champion’s Success Stories

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Are you looking for trained Third Party Facilitators for your organisation’s Internal Complaints Committee to prevent sexual harassment at the workplace? Martha Farrell Foundation trains Third Party Facilitators and you can find a certified facilitator from the list below in many cities across the country. If you have any further requirements, please write to us at or Nandita Bhatt (

Uttar Pradesh

Ahmed Faraz
Faraz has done his Master’s in Social Work (specializing in social welfare) from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. He works as a freelance consultant primarily engaged in research, documentation, training and skill development.

Anubha Srivastava
Anubha Srivastava is associated with Sahbhagi Shikshan Kendra (SSK), Lucknow in their human resources department. She has completed an MBA from Sherwood College of Management, Lucknow.

Arjun Singh Prajapati
An MBA in rural development management, Arjun Singh Prajapati is employed in Vatsalya, a non-government organization. He works on issues of gender, sex selective elimination of girls, and sexual and reproductive health rights.

Neelam Singh
Dr. Neelam Singh is a gynaecologist by profession but a social entrepreneur by choice. She is an expert in the field of gender and for more than 20 years has rigorously worked towards declining CSR and effective implementation of the PC-PNDT Act in the country. Dr. Singh was awarded the Acharya Vinoba Bhave National Volunteer Award in 2001, the 15th Rotary India Award in 2006, and the Women Achievers Award and NGO Excellence Award at SPJIMR in 2013.

Prashant Kumar
Prashant Kumar completed his post-graduation in Computer Application from Oxford College of Engineering and has experience in administrative and hostel management.

Shikha Trivedi
Shikha Trivedi is a postgraduate in Family Centered Welfare Specialization (MSW) from Awadh University. She is actively involved with empowerment of women, adolescent girls and children at the community level, and in women’s health and education issues.

Soniya Gupta
Soniya Gupta has worked as a project coordinator in Empowering Rural Women at Tarun Chetna in Pratapgarh. She has also worked as a block level facilitator under the project Uttar Pradesh Diversified Agricultural Support Project (UPDASP).

Arshi Fatma
Arshi Fatma is currently working for Community Health as a Project Coordinator at Grameen Vikas Sansthan in Ghazipur. She also holds a Diploma in HIV counselling.

Jitendra Srivastava
Jitendra Srivastava is currently working as a coordinator with Jan Kalyan Gramodyog Seva Ashram in Sonebhadra, Uttar Pradesh on a project strengthening health of women, adolescent girls and children.

Bipasha Roy
Bipasha Roy is a development professional with experience in program management, livelihood issues, community mobilization, good governance and women’s empowerment. She has a Master’s in Social Work (MSW) from Visva Bharti University, Shantiniketan, West Bengal.

Nasim Ansari
Nasim founded Tarun Chetna nearly two decades ago.

Farheen Abbasi
Farheen Abbasi is Associate Project Coordinator in the Empowering Rural Women project at Grameen Vikas Sansthan in Ghazipur.

Pradyumna Pathak
Pradyumna Pathak works for empowerment of rural India, human rights, women's empowerment, health, education, livelihood, and dalit & gender equality.

Reena Srivastava
Reena Srivastava works with India Health Action Trust, in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh.

Reshma Parveen
Reshma Parveen is a post-graduate in rural development and management from Lucknow University. She works with women and youth.

Srisha Singh
Srisha Singh is a public health worker with Master’s in Community Medicine and Public Health. She works on issues of gender, sex selective elimination of girls, and sexual and reproductive health rights. She is a recipient of a certificate of appreciation for HT Woman 2015 for her work on the issue of sex selective elimination of girls and the PCPNDT Act.