With a vision to provide education to some weaker section of society where people do not have resources to educate their children, we initiated our service where we go and teach.
Women Empowerment has been one of our top agenda towards serving the society. Initiatives are taken time to time to ensure we are continuously working towards this goal.
We run health awareness campaigns with the help of health professionals and doctors to ensure un-reached and under privileged section of society can get benefit.
How you can help
back to school
India has 20 million children without proper
adequate parental care & Education. We need your
support to help the abandoned and parentless children.
Your sponsorship enables us to care for and educate them.
Current operation and program
- Education and Prevention
- Trauma Care for Children
- Women Empowerment
- Health & Wellness
- Better Livelihood of Families
Women’s empowerment in India
Women’s empowerment in India is heavily dependent on many different variables that include geographical location (urban/rural), educational status, social status (caste and class), and age. Policies on women’s empowerment exist at the national, state, and local (Panchayat) levels in many sectors, including health, education, economic opportunities, gender-based violence, and political participation. However, there are significant gaps between policy advancements and actual practice at the community level.
Together, We Can Make a Change in Education
It's damn true, The students who do not get primary education in the right direction, can't perform well in secondary school so being a child education NGO in Delhi, Sardar Patel Vision Foundation decided to execute Nursery, Primary and Secondary education in the right direction to underprivileged children. Children are excluded from education for several reasons and poverty is one of the most obstinate barriers. Children from the poorest households almost five times more likely to be out of primary school than those from the richest.