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"To bridge the gap between privileged & underprivileged children"
“An impactful plan of action, to
kick start the transformation of
our education sector.”
“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
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.
Donate to help us send a child back to school, back to dreams!
1 Child's Education = Rs.7499/- a year.
provide access to period
workshops with renowned
50,000+ sanitary pads
200+ mass distribution
Drives at remote areas like
G.B Road have been
Every menstruator is entitled to safe and healthy periods but unfortunately, as per the latest National Family Health Survey report about 50 percent of women aged 15-24 still use cloth for menstrual protection. This calls for an urgent and prompt support from each one of us.
We at Hamari Pahchan realize that the pressing need of the hour is to provide essential resources to the ones in need as soon as possible. To bring about some real change, initially we put forth an initiative dedicated to menstrual health awareness.
Under this initiative, we used to spread awareness regarding menstrual hygiene. During the lockdown, we were approached by a group of poor women who informed us about their plight with regard to menstrual hygiene. They requested us to provide them with the necessary support. After which we decided to provide the ones in need with the necessary period products. Fortunately, the response to this initiative was so overwhelming that we decided to push it further as a full-fledged project –‘SUKHAD.’
‘Sukhad’ aims to provide every menstruator with access to safe and healthy periods. As a part of this project, we provide menstruators with menstrual kits (Sukhad kits), educate them regarding menstrual hygiene, and create awareness to dispel the taboo related to menstruation.
‘Sukhad’ aims to provide every menstruator with access to safe and healthy periods. As a part of this project, we provide menstruators with menstrual kits (Sukhad kits), educate them regarding menstrualhygiene, and create awareness to dispel the taboo related to menstruation.
As of now, we have been able to conduct 500+ sanitary pad distribution drives along with severalsurveys and informative workshops where we educate menstruators about safe periods.
Donate to make safe periods a reality!
1 SUKHAD Kit costs Rs 1400/-
it guarantees menstrual hygiene and comfort to women for an entire year
1 SUKHAD Kit =
24 packets of pads, 6 soaps, 1 sanitizer, 1 disinfectant, 60-80 Disposal Envelopes
Through a variety of
workshops and events, till
date we have
2000+ women trained
Unemployment touched an all time high as the pandemic engulfed employment opportunities. Furthermore, the Periodic Labour Force Survey tells us that one in four women in urban areas is unemployed. Our youth and women are worst hit by the ongoing unemployment crisis; they deserve equal and ample opportunities to earn their livelihood.
Hamari Pahchan has been working relentlessly to provide employment opportunities to the ones in need. Initially, we came up with a small scale project known as ‘Vocal for local’ with an aim to provide unemployed women with vocational training as well as a platform to sell their produce. Fortunately, the response to this project turned out to be so overwhelming that we made a resolve to push it further as a full-fledged initiative.
This bold initiative aims to provide underprivileged women and youth with opportunities to earn a livelihood. Based on the concept of self sufficiency i.e. ‘Atma nirbharta’, this initiative strives to empower women so that they are capable enough to support themselves financially.
As a part of this project, the organization conducts workshops on wide ranging vocational practices like makeup, candle making, diya making, art and craft classes and music lessons. Along with these learning based initiatives, we also help these women carry out the vocational practices by providing them with the right equipment, an opportunity to work as well as a platform where they can sell their
Donate to help a woman stand on her feet!
Cost of Skill Development (workshops) for 1 woman = Rs.999/- for a month.
Through the workshops and
other events conducted so far,
we have been able to:
Provide 50,000+ youngsters
with community service
opportunities within the last
Founder of Hamari Pahchan, Mr. Tarun Mathur believes in the philosophy of inspiring as many people as one can. He strongly believes that if we are ever to make this world a better place to live in we must encourage others to join our fight against all social evils. Further, he has been able to infer that in recent times, Social Entrepreneurship is one of the best ways to actually make that happen.
Hence, we at Hamari Pahchan have opened our doors to all the young minds who would like to explore the social welfare arena. We have been putting out community service opportunities for students and others who are interested in the field. Our aim is to provide young minds with a platform to develop their skill set as entrepreneurs, as well as contribute to the betterment of the society. As a social entrepreneur with Hamari Pahchan, interns will be given ample opportunities to exercise their creativity and business skills.
They will be analyzing our present social media campaign and suggest ways to improve it, along with that they will also propose strategies to expand our reach and improve our networking to intensify the impact of our projects. Besides the analytical work they will also participate in welfare activities like ‘An act of kindness’ under which all of them will be required to perform a small act of kindness, it could be anything. For instance, Shrishti Mishra and Mokshi Tyagi, interns at Hamari Pahchan, frequently feed the birds. You see, it could be as simple as that!
We started with 100 social entrepreneurs, and now every year thousands of students join our team as
social entrepreneurs. That means, every year we pull approximately 1000+ acts of kindness, no small
Through our events and drives
we have been able to
Conduct 5000+ food
Poverty and hunger are some of the deep rooted issues that our society has been dealing with for quit some time now. In fact, approximately 190 million Indians go to bed hungry every day! In last year’s global hunger index, India ranked 101st out of the 116 countries, lower than before. The current scenario gives us little hope of improvement, in fact as per the studies we might as well slip
amongst the worst performers with regard to food security. Hamari Pahchan has come up with an initiative to address this issue at the ground level. We have a dedicated team devoted to the hunger project, in order to make sure that no stomach goes to bed empty.
According to a report by the International Food Policy Research Institute, it has been predicted that the Food Production of India could drop by 16% as a consequence of which hunger may increase by 23% by the year 2023. Hence, we must do something right away!
We at Hamari Pahchan have been working for this cause relentlessly. We aspire to reach our goal ‘complete eradication of hunger’ with your humble support. Contribute to donate, ration or meals to the unprivileged people who might need food right now.
No amount is big or small; it's the contribution that matters! You can even donate for a one-time meal i.e. Rs.50/-
Hamari Pahchan NGO
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To date, we have helped educate 11250+ children, 2000+ women with employment opportunities, distributed 10,000+ menstrual hygiene kits and 1500+ corona kits.