Parivartan Sandesh Foundation

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Parivartan Sandesh Foundation, founded in 2010, is an Indian non-governmental organisation operating in the state of New Delhi working for the betterment and development of deprived and marginalized population through promoting various programs in India to ensure right to education, access to health services, empowering adolescents through vocational skills to have better livelihood chances & spreading awareness of social issues.[1]

Parivartan Sandesh Foundation mission is to promote sustainable social change by improving the living conditions of vulnerable populations, especially children. To act upon the causes of poverty and inequality by influence the policies and actions at a result oriented levels. To identify and work alongside the economically and socially deprived- starting with children, so that they become educated, skilled and aware.[2]

Parivartan Sandesh Launched a project Saksham Nari, Sashakt Samaj with the objective to provide unemployed women with more skills through training and capacity building.[3]

On 6 July 2016, Parivartan Sandesh Foundation associated with Tihar administration organised a painting competition for the kids of women inmates of Tihar Central Jail.[4]

In July 2015, Parivartan sandesh Foundation started a scholarship programme Samarth to financially and other assistance to student for their higher education in India.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Helpyourngo: Help Your Ngo Verification , accessed January 5, 2016
  2. ^ Parivartan Sandesh Foundation: Mission and Objective , accessed January 5, 2016
  3. ^ MyCharityMap: Projects, accessed January 5, 2016
  4. ^ Millennium Post: Programme In Tihar Jail, accessed January 5, 2016
  5. ^ Scholarships: Scholarship Programme, accessed January 5, 2016

External links[edit]

  • Parivartan Sandesh Foundation website [1]