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HIMANJALI FOUNDATION

Himanjali Foundation was founded by a young social Activist

Miss Anjali Rana

( FORMER GENERAL SECRETARY DELHI UNIVERSITY STUDENTS UNION , DUSU)
&
(VICE PRESIDENT DELHI BJP MAHILA MORCHA)
who further brought group together to contribute towards betterment of the society.

Himanjali Foundation is a Govt. Approved

Non Government Organization. Reg. No 36, All India Level.
It is a Public Charitable Trust. Himanjali Foundation is also registered with

NITI AAYOG Govt. Of India (NGODARPAN)
with Id. No : DL/2019/0230554
Trust is Committed to the woman Empowerment and growth with a focus on ;

● Women Empowerment
● Child Education
● Dowry System
● Problems of Girls Safety
● Gender Discrimination & Violence Against Women
● Healthy & Clean Environment
● Legal Help for Poor
● Sports & Youth Affairs

Himanjali Foundation is also accepted by Department of Economic and Social Welfare (DESA) and Civil Society Organizations (CSO) under The United Nations (UN).

Along With Anjali Rana
her Father Mr. Kuldeep Rana & Brother Mr. Himanshu Rana are The Member of This Foundation and They Are working for upliftment of Society by doing Good Work.

Abhinav Poddar ( Joint Secretary )

Pawan Sharma ( National media President)

Vishal Ahlawat ( National Chief Editor)

Meshu ( Delhi media president)

Deepain Bhudiraja , Himanshu Nagrwal , as some of the members who are Providing their help.

They want to bring Safety, Enhance Fraternity, Improve Education System , & Opportunities to both Genders.

They share a common dream – a world where every child is showered with love and is given opportunities for their bright future; a world where no child’s innocence is marred by the horrors of child labour.
They want to see the Child in Schools not in Factories.

Animals are not provided food even people beat them But ,
Himajli Foundation is Protecting Animals also .

Despite being the capital of India, Delhi has over 4 million people living in makeshift homes in slums that are overcrowded, lack adequate water supply, sanitation, and security. Children of these slum dwellers often do not get access to basic education and instead have to start working to support their family. At such a tender age, they are forced to grow up in a haste and suffer the loss of their childhood and innocence. They are taken advantage of by employers who use them as cheap labour. United Nations recognises the deprivation of these resources to be a violation of fundamental human rights. It is not just the responsibility of the government to promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedoms of individuals or groups.

It is the duty of us – The Citizens – to do our bit in ensuring equal advancement of all sections of the society.
If we Start working For this Then No Child will be seen in Factories.

We at Himanjali Foundation,
vowed to put an end to this widespread violation of people’s fundamental rights, especially of women and children residing in the slums of metropolitan cities.

We aim to empower them through education and employment by implementing models of development that are tailored to the needs of the community.

Himanjali has organised programmes such as – Butterfly- Child Welfare and Education (wherein basic education is provided to impoverished children through comprehensive learning methods), Lakshyam Toy Library (wherein the child’s growth is supplemented using educational toys, games and books in an environment which cultivates and encourages the child’s imagination and creativity),

Awakening Women’s soul (wherein women are empowered to generate self-employment and a means of income using training of vocational and professional skills), and Project Aarogya (providing accessible and affordable healthcare to the underprivileged).

Ideaology :

Women in India have to endure many ordeals in their day-to-day lives. For centuries women of all generations have had to struggle to be treated as equals.

Gender inequality is reflected in India’s low ranking on the Gender Inequality Index released by the UNDP, in 2016 India ranked 130 out of 146. Furthermore, UNDP’s Human Development Index (HDI) 2015 highlighted that with respect to gender inequality.

Strategy :

We vowed to bridge the gap created due to centuries of oppression. This is how Himanjli Foundation – Awakening Women’s soul was started.
Beginning from the roots, the first step is to provide remedial education to their children so that they do not live a similar life;

Because the kids are being compelled to work in Factories in Hazardous Condition due to Poverty, Less Support of Family and Less Education.

Also we,

The program is also inclusive of their needs surrounding sanitation and menstrual hygiene.

Health awareness campaigns for women are organized every now and then which range from the importance of iodine in salt to spreading awareness about causes of Breast Cancer.

All the health awareness and Health Check -up programes are organized for those who are not having money for their treatment.

Our purpose of existence is to enhance the lives of disadvantaged children and women, and to offer a positive direction and a healthier approach towards their life.
Himajali Foundation continues to vow a credible, honest, transparent and accountable organization that devotes itself towards a privileged future for the not so priviledged ones.

Thank You

Anjali Rana ( Founder )

Vishal Ahlawat
(Blogger)

VISHAL AHLAWAT BLOGGER

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By VISHAL AHLAWAT

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