Had-Anhad started working on the ground in 2013 and registered as a public charitable trust in 2016 to work primarily towards capacity building, leadership and education of children & young people from the underprivileged and under-resourced sections of the society. As well as Institutions engaged with marginalized communities, in imparting quality education and training.
Had Anhad enables young people to embark on a journey from 'Self to society' through an understanding of the tenets of society and its culture by focusing on SDG Goals 4, 5 & 16. Our core areas of work include:
Strengthening Systems: Capacity building of adolescents & young people, educational institutions, youth organizations and other state-level systems Designing innovative interventions/curriculum/programmes for adolescents and young people under the following thematic areas are:
Through the last 8 years of rigorous engagement, we have implemented the Sambhavna Program with 47+ government schools in 12 districts of Madhya Pradesh with 3400+ adolescents, 50+ teachers & parents.
These students performed 26500+ action projects within their community and reached out to 34000+ people including engagement with the government departments, policymakers, community members and young people.
With the reopening of schools, we are back on ground for the implementation of the Sambhavna - For A Joyful Learning program. One major challenge that we’re facing is the loss of learning- reading and writing skills in students. We intend to tackle this challenge head-on and are working on experiential learning based programmatic intervention. We are in grave need of financial aid to restart operations and are hoping to raise 2,60,000 INR
to start operations immediately in government schools in Indore.
Please consider being a part of this drive by supporting our organisation, through this fundraiser with a minimum contribution of 500/-. Every contribution means the world to us, so please contribute as generously as you’re able.
Much love and gratitude
Had- Anhad Team