Hamari Pahchan, is a Delhi based NGO that puts forth a platform to aid the marginalized of our society. We provide a variety of opportunities to the underprivileged people so that they can create their own Pahchan (identity).
Our focus spans over multiple areas like education, menstrual health awareness, unemployment and hunger.
Since its inception in 2015, we have helped educate 11250+ children, help 2000+ women with employment opportunities, distributed 10,000+ menstrual hygiene kits and 1500+ corona kits.
Our relentless efforts have helped us in becoming one of the best NGOs in Delhi. Our projects like the Drishti Project (Educating Children), Sukhad Project (Awareness regarding menstrual hygiene for women, distribution of health kit), Skill Development (Providing employment opportunities to the underprivileged) and initiatives like COVID-19 aid, have proved immensely beneficial to a lot of people. Our team works with a will to elevate people’s lives, fulfil their dreams and make them self-reliant which will further accelerate national growth and push the Atma Nirbharta initiative to new heights.
We aim to reach out to the millions in
need of our support, as soon as possible.”
Through our workshops we have been able to educate 11250+ children
& conduct 3000+ distribution drives.
The number of children struggling with illiteracy in India is alarming. As per the National Sample Survey Office (NSSO) 32 million children in India have never even seen the face of a school. Moreover, the Education Ministry revealed that 29 million children do not have access to necessary digital devices. Current scenario highlights the need to bridge the gap between the privileged and the underprivileged children.
To address this issue, Hamari Pahchan has come up with the Drishti Initiative. As a part of this program, we conduct training sessions as well as informative workshops around themes like personality development, basic communication skills, computing skills and the like for children deprived of the opportunity to develop such skill sets. Along with the above mentioned programs, recently, we have also come up with the “Gadgetshala” initiative under this project.
It primarily aims to deliver Drishti Classes with the aid of the internet and gadgets in order to improve a child’s learning experience. Mentors are assigned to groups of children to guide them through the learning process and to ensure that
they have easy access to resources.
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