• AAO SAATH MAA
  • EKLAVYA PROGRAM
  • VOCATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAM
  • SUPPORT KIDS IN THEIR EDUCATION
  • Support Slum Families In COVID Time

Aao Sath Maa -Women Empowerment Program

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Nearly 800 million people are illiterate and two-thirds are women and girls.
You have the power to change that. Let`s pledge to educate every woman
Donate to Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti, an NGO in India and support women in Basic education and digital literacy
Avail 50% TAX EXEMPTION #AaosathMaa

Eklavya Program

Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti

An after school support center for students who need additional help with their studies. This program caters school students from Kindergarten to 12th grade. With the help of activities like study buddy and Self Expression and leadership development program, students learn their lessons and engage with each other. Also connect them with world wide web and give them opportunity to explore. The objective of the program is to prevent inconsistent attendance and drop outs. Per day three hours of classes engage them and increase their self-learning abilities. 80% of the students belong to the lower middle class and underprivileged families whose parents are daily wage earners and involved in the professions like rickshaw pullers, vegetable vendors, domestic-help etc. Due to lack of facilities in the schools and incapacity of their parents to support them in their studies which leads to the basics of these students are very weak.

Vocational Skill training Program

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Vocational skill program developed for youth between the age 18 to 28 years. To match the requirement of industry our youth need to be trained as per the industry need and in order to fulfill that we give them training in IT( Basic IT, Tally, Desktop Publishing etc.) , English language and prepare them for job market. Most of the students in this course are drop outs from schools or pursuing graduation from non-regular college are the focus area of the program. Students come from lower socio-economics status.

मुझे डॉक्टर बनाना है” This is what Sneha, a speech impairment child from one of the slum areas we have adopted, shared with her gesture. The day she met us, she was able to communicate her heart, as Team was able to connect her easily. The first thing we did was to give her a social-emotional learning platform where she is training 100 kids of slums and started training other children in sign language so that Sneha gets new friends. Now when she is comfortable with everyone around her and feels no one is judging her. This is what she has started ❤️ all she now needs is to move forward and get admission to a good school and succeed in her dream. Please support us in training such 100 kids

Support Slum Families In COVID Time

During lockdown last year we decided to be the part of relief work reached out to the people who were most vulnerable and supported them with food and basic essentials. With 2.5 Lakhs cooked meals, 500 dry ration kits, 700 sanitary napkins.
In 2021 we all have been witnessing the worst time with millions of people suffering in India. The children we work with comes from different slum areas in Delhi. Most of the parents of the students are daily wagers and this is the most challenging time for them. Such are the people who were least prepared for this challenging situation with no savings or backup support. Families like these are now helpless and are struggling every day for basic food and other daily essentials. Some of the families have suffered the demise of the only bread earner and left with nothing.
We are now refocussing on our efforts to support families who lost their only bread earners due to Corona or are in dire need of food and other basic essentials. We are raising funds for children to sponsor their education and provide Grocery support to their families.
we have been working and supporting more than 600 families living in challenging situations in the slums of Delhi which includes Daya Basti, Nehru Nagar, Zakhira, Chuna Mandi.

Some of the families have suffered the demise of the only bread earner and they are left with nothing. Such are the people who were least prepared for this challenging situation with no savings or backup support. Families like these are now helpless and are struggling every day for basic food and other daily essentials. To support families,  we are raising funds for them. How we will do that-

  • We Identify families who lost their only bread earner from the slums of Delhi
  • We submit the death certificate mentioning the reason for the death
  • We add them to our database to provide financial/non-financial support.

You can help us to reach our goal to support 1000 families from low-income communities with financial aid/monthly grocery support and sponsoring the education of their children. Your contribution will help us to reach 600 families directly.


 Your contribution will help us to reach 1000 families directly to provide one-month of grocery support and sponsor the education of their children.

    

  The learning experience is mutual – our volunteers gain perspective and the experience and get trained and developed as leaders of their future

  • Aao Sath Maa
  • Eklavya Program
  • Vocational Skill training
    Program
  • Personal Mastery Leadership
    Development for Corporate
  • We are there for your hunger campaign

Aao Sath Maa -Women Empowerment Program

35518703_2589339151091646_6859762963050397696_n
Nearly 800 million people are illiterate and two-thirds are women and girls.
You have the power to change that. Let`s pledge to educate every woman
Donate to Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti, an NGO in India and support women in Basic education and digital literacy
Avail 50% TAX EXEMPTION #AaosathMaa

Eklavya Program

Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti

An after school support center for students who need additional help with their studies. This program caters school students from Kindergarten to 12th grade. With the help of activities like study buddy and Self Expression and leadership development program, students learn their lessons and engage with each other. Also connect them with world wide web and give them opportunity to explore. The objective of the program is to prevent inconsistent attendance and drop outs. Per day three hours of classes engage them and increase their self-learning abilities. 80% of the students belong to the lower middle class and underprivileged families whose parents are daily wage earners and involved in the professions like rickshaw pullers, vegetable vendors, domestic-help etc. Due to lack of facilities in the schools and incapacity of their parents to support them in their studies which leads to the basics of these students are very weak.

Vocational Skill training Program

_DSC0071

Vocational skill program developed for youth between the age 18 to 28 years. To match the requirement of industry our youth need to be trained as per the industry need and in order to fulfill that we give them training in IT( Basic IT, Tally, Desktop Publishing etc.) , English language and prepare them for job market. Most of the students in this course are drop outs from schools or pursuing graduation from non-regular college are the focus area of the program. Students come from lower socio-economics status.

मुझे डॉक्टर बनाना है” This is what Sneha, a speech impairment child from one of the slum areas we have adopted, shared with her gesture. The day she met us, she was able to communicate her heart, as Team was able to connect her easily. The first thing we did was to give her a social-emotional learning platform where she is training 100 kids of slums and started training other children in sign language so that Sneha gets new friends. Now when she is comfortable with everyone around her and feels no one is judging her. This is what she has started ❤️ all she now needs is to move forward and get admission to a good school and succeed in her dream. Please support us in training such 100 kids

Support Slum Families In COVID Time

During lockdown last year we decided to be the part of relief work reached out to the people who were most vulnerable and supported them with food and basic essentials. With 2.5 Lakhs cooked meals, 500 dry ration kits, 700 sanitary napkins.
In 2021 we all have been witnessing the worst time with millions of people suffering in India. The children we work with comes from different slum areas in Delhi. Most of the parents of the students are daily wagers and this is the most challenging time for them. Such are the people who were least prepared for this challenging situation with no savings or backup support. Families like these are now helpless and are struggling every day for basic food and other daily essentials. Some of the families have suffered the demise of the only bread earner and left with nothing.
We are now refocussing on our efforts to support families who lost their only bread earners due to Corona or are in dire need of food and other basic essentials. We are raising funds for children to sponsor their education and provide Grocery support to their families.
we have been working and supporting more than 600 families living in challenging situations in the slums of Delhi which includes Daya Basti, Nehru Nagar, Zakhira, Chuna Mandi.

Some of the families have suffered the demise of the only bread earner and they are left with nothing. Such are the people who were least prepared for this challenging situation with no savings or backup support. Families like these are now helpless and are struggling every day for basic food and other daily essentials. To support families,  we are raising funds for them. How we will do that-

  • We Identify families who lost their only bread earner from the slums of Delhi
  • We submit the death certificate mentioning the reason for the death
  • We add them to our database to provide financial/non-financial support.

You can help us to reach our goal to support 1000 families from low-income communities with financial aid/monthly grocery support and sponsoring the education of their children. Your contribution will help us to reach 600 families directly.


 Your contribution will help us to reach 1000 families directly to provide one-month of grocery support and sponsor the education of their children.

    

  The learning experience is mutual – our volunteers gain perspective and the experience and get trained and developed as leaders of their future