Crisis: People in rural areas live in isolation from the urban areas and are subject to neglect due to illiteracy and lack of awareness about their basic rights. The activities of Azad India Foundation reach out to poor and marginalized women and children in rural areas primarily and urban areas as well.
Programs: 1) Education & Literacy: AIF's projects like Badhtey Kadam, Aalima and Sanjivini aim at providing primary education to all children, especially girls from rural areas. AIF has facilities for development of adults, like open schooling, distance education and computer training camps. 2) Equality & Empowerment: AIF provides skill-training and employment to women in rural areas to make them financially independent. They organize SHGs for growth of women and to make them self-sufficient. 3) Community health: Under Project Disha, AIF has improved health profile of 37 districts with emphasis on safe motherhood. Their fieldworkers organize awareness camps on consequences of diseases like TB, polio and educates them on preventive measures.
Outcome: 568 boys and 572 girls completed Class I, II and III out of which 109 children were admitted to government schools in Class IV.
Income Rs2 cr
Expense Rs2 cr
Source : Audit Report 2019
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