The Foundation aims to creating inclusive communities and reducing barriers for PwDs in society. It is essential to address multiple external factors that impact the quality of life of a PwD, and support interventions that builds enabling ecosystems and greater awareness.
Direct skilling programmes are designed to cater to the specific needs of this target group, ensuring seamless integration into the workforce and employer/workplace sensitization.
Using an ecosystem based approach, livelihood centres focussed find the right livelihood model for rural youth with disabilities.
Geared towards adults with intellectual disabilities, our programmes aim to engage the young adults with skill-based activities
We partner with organisations that are focused on creating a more inclusive society through innovative tools that enable PwDs to be active participants. Our partners also work in creating awareness and sensitivity on key issues of PwDs within communities and government systems.
Avasara’s Xcell programme builds career awareness, agency and socio emotional health for girls
We support Enable’s Swashakti programme for rural youth with disabilities in Karnataka