When you sponsor a child with Ashaa Foundation, you not only help the child in need but also transform the lives of children in the community where the sponsored child lives, by ensuring they get access to quality education, proper nutrition, healthcare and protection. Your sponsorship also helps poor and vulnerable communities to build a more enabling context for their children to be protected and cared for.
Working with grassroots-based organizations, we strive towards making vulnerable communities aware of constitutional values and their rights including the rights of children. Your sponsorship empowers our efforts to save the children in poor communities from crimes like child trafficking, child labour and child marriage. Essentially, you help children become better citizens for a better tomorrow.
The sponsored child keeps you informed about the progress made in their lives and that of the community. To effectively leverage the sponsored child’s efforts as an ambassador of the community in which he or she lives, we link each child to up to three donors.
Elderly women who are poor and live alone or with dependent children find them vulnerable, powerless and are neglected by their family or grown up children. Many are too old or physically weak and thus unable to find work. They are forced to beg, and are often homeless. Moved by the plight of destitute single women, Ashaa Foundation has taken up program of sponsoring elderly women on an urgent basis.
Ashaa Foundation has been supporting 55 such old women by providing food rations and other necessities every month at their door step They worked hard all their lives, brought up children, and later took care of grandchildren. Now, at the last stage of their life, when they are helpless and lack even food and shelter, they deserve our help.
To be an equal opportunity provider for the upliftment of the underprivileged children & people, persons with special ability and women &girls by providing them timely education, shelter,food,medical support,care and confidence. To empower the underprivileged, persons with special ability and women by assisting them to lead a dignified, respectful & healthy life.Rebuild the human dignity of the poor and marginalized through an empowerment process and create opportunities for a sustainable society.
Our mission is the bringing of educational opportunity and to promote health and social rights to those to whom such opportunities have previously been denied to poverty family circumstances or oppression.
ADARSH KUMARAge: 5yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
RAVI KUMARAge: 9yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
SHUHARSHAge: 5yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
AMARAge: 7yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
ANKITAge: 7yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
ANIL SHRMAAge: 7yrs Diesase: VSD Hole in Heart Successfull Treated
SHILPAAge: 10yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
AMAN SIGHAge: 10yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
SANJAYAge: 10yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
VISHAL KUMARAge: 5yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
DURGAAge: 5yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
PIYUSHAge: 3yrs Diesase: Blood Cancer Successfull Treated
India has one of the highest infant mortality in the world at 721,000, which is 1975 deaths daily on average. India’s IMR is worse than that of its neighbors, such as Bangladesh, Bhutan, Sri Lanka. Even though India performs economically well then in these countries, in 2019, India spent only 1.5% of its GDP on Healthcare. According to UNICEF, 50% of all deaths below five can be prevented by providing skilled health care at birth and quality postnatal care for the mother and baby. Under nutrition is associated with 50% of all under-five deaths. 53% of women in India have anemia. Good governance and adequately trained healthcare staff can together reduce neonatal deaths by an average of 24%.
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