Build the World Where Everyone Safe & Valued
Because Only Together We Can
- Hunger First -
In recent decades, the world has experienced enormous improvement, with previously weak economies becoming stronger and people shifting from hunger and poverty to more stable lifestyles.
When disasters strike, hunger is frequently the result. Natural disasters and disease outbreaks, as well as socioeconomic or climate conditions that slowly develop to a breaking point, such as food shortages, droughts, and conflict, are leading people to the scarcity of basic livelihood emergencies.
Since the first COVID-19 case was reported in India, Hunger First campaign able to feed more than twenty thousand people directly and indirectly during this pandemic period with your support and assistance
— Care Elder -
Care Elder focuses on the social and personal needs of senior persons who want to age gracefully while need support with everyday activities and healthcare.
Older people spend the most money on health care of any age group. Study based on data from India’s 60th National Sample Survey indicated that about a quarter of the elderly reported being in poor health. Poor health was reported disproportionately among the poor, single, less educated, and economically inactive.
Care Elder is concentrated to host a project that is designed to meet the needs and requirements of senior citizens at various stages. As such, elder care is a rather broad term, as it encompasses everything from assisted living and health care.
— Ensure Equality -
Women in India face challenges that largely stem from societal perceptions of gender roles. Ensure Equality campaign enhancing women’s self-esteem, ability to make their own decisions, and right to influence societal change for themselves and others.
-Ensure leadership for gender equality
-Treat all people fairly at work
-Ensure women health and wellbeing
-Supporting non-discrimination and human rights
-Educate girl child and have access to opportunities
-Promote women entrepreneurship and professional development.
— Quality Education -
Over 600 million children and adolescents worldwide are unable to attain minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics, even though two thirds of them are in school.
People living through economic fragility, political instability, conflict or natural disaster are more likely to be cut off from schooling. In many regions, education opportunities for girls remain severely limited.
Without Quality Education, the younger generation face considerable barriers to employment and earning potential later in life. They are more likely to suffer adverse health outcomes and less likely to participate in decisions that affect them – threatening their ability to shape a better future for themselves and their societies.