Major Dr. Meeta Singh is a doctor, a soldier, and a humanitarian who works for equality, empowerment, and dignity of humanity, especially for the marginalized and disadvantaged sections of society. She served 10 years in the Indian Army as a Medical Officer. Dr. Singh has worked with several NGOs and conducted awareness programs on the prevention of HIV and Aids, public health, and community health.
She has worked towards establishing dignity for girls & women and was chosen to lead the program ‘Dignity of the Girl Child’ in Rajasthan to combat feticide. Dr. Singh worked with the worst-hit districts with the lowest girl sex ratio. Her efforts lead to an increase in the girl child sex ratio.
For her achievements, she was honored with the “Outstanding Woman” award by the National Commission for Women.
She is still actively involved with various interventions like the shelter home for the homeless, campaign for a safer Jaipur, prevention of child marriage, and working with men and boys to enable them to become sensitive, respectful, and responsible citizens of the country and the world.