Established in 2009, EduSports aims at imparting sports education partnering with schools to provide age-appropriate sports programmes for students, providing a holistic approach to the child’s overall development. The foundation believes in the importance of a good sports programme me, if implemented at the right age, helps in a well- rounded grown-up. Apart from physical fitness, life-skill learning in the ‘In-school PE (Physical Education) & Sports Programme me’ enables the student to develop as self- dependent
The curriculum-based education Programme me includes built-in assessment checks and evaluation to monitor the productive output for the students enrolled. EduSports continues to implement a successful model of sports education programme me, accomplishing desired results.
Founded in 2013, Let’s Do Some Good Foundation believes in conjoining the efforts of various organisations working towards similar goals. The foundation believes despite numerous efforts at the ground level to bring education to the underprivileged, the optimum utilisation of resources and efforts is possible only through collaboration and teamwork
Underprivileged children face an uncertain future due to lack of access to formal education. Under BEETF, the foundation initiated a voluntary consortium of 65+ organisations, which focus on bringing out-of-school children into formal education. Let’s Do Some Good aims to bridge the gap between existing programme run by various institutions and focus the efforts in a systematic method, where the efforts made are effective as well as constructive.
Gabriel Project Mumbai works for the helpless children living in slums and poor rural areas of India with the concept ‘Triad of Children’s Development: education, health and nutrition’
Established in 2015, Love2Learn aims to provide equal learning and development opportunities for children in the Palghar District of Maharashtra. Due to poor nutrition and health care availability coupled with lack of parental guidance, Love2Learn provides nutritional meal, healthcare and education to children, for an overall growth and development.
The Micro Insurance Academy (MIA) located at Delhi, was set up in 2007 with a vision of ‘helping communities manage risks from the ground up’. It is a project of Sarvajan Unnati Bodhini (SUB) Charitable Trust working in research, training and implementation of microinsurance in India. MIA provides technical assistance through assessment of local risks, helping communities choose their solutions through awareness creation and insurance education, capacity development for operationalization and hand-holding once a scheme is set up.
In the project ‘Climate Resilience through Risk Transfer’, MIA piloted innovative micro insurance solutions for health, livestock, crop and climate change related risks. This project is being implemented in two districts of Bihar and one district of Maharashtra, which are flood and drought prone, respectively. The project is the first of its kind in providing composite risk covers through a participatory approach.
India’s 88 percent of menstruating women have no access to sanitary pads. Women in rural India use sand, ashes and straw among many other harmful objects instead of sanitary pads making them extremely prone to health disorders including infections and cancer. In its attempt to address the issue, IDF launched Project Hygiene 12 or 'pH 12’ in 2015.
Under the project, pads are distributed at low cost. In addition, vocational guidance to the child and family helps sensitization towards menstrual hygiene instead of disregarding the issues. IDF has been able to reduce the harmful means of menstrual hygiene management. In the initial year, the project reached, 1340 girls and procured 35,220 pads. In 2016 -17, the organisation aims to empower 10,000 girls with pH12 across India