Jeevan Sparsh works to empower underprivileged and vulnerable youth, children and women, in various states of India.
Apart from that Jeevan Sparsh’s upcoming work is to provide better water, sanitation, health & hygiene under the WASH domain to give a clean & healthy environment to live in.
KDF mentors and support the education of girls from underprivileged backgrounds, and help in building their confidence and helps them to be independent young women. Through KDF, we encourage girls to complete their Higher Secondary, graduation, professional courses or vocational training.
Health & Medical
Jeevan Sparsh organizes free health check-up and free medicine distribution camps in various states, for the underprivileged community and especially for people who live in slum areas. Many doctors are associated with Jeevan Sparsh who provides various services for needy. Besides Jeevan Sparsh helps children who come under malnutrition.
Water & Sanitation
Jeevan Sparsh’s upcoming work is to provide water & sanitation in various slum areas and rural areas, especially where there is no clean drinking water facility. Due to that people are suffering from many diseases. Jeevan Sparsh is planning to distribute RO water purifiers in slum & rural areas of India including many states in 2020
Child care program
Jeevan Sparsh Promotes and protects the children’s rights who are on-street, abandoned, out of school as per the UNCRC. Jeevan Sparsh is supporting an education and health program for deprived children. By providing regular mentorship and skill education, through open school program in the slum area, which result in building their confidence and can continue their studies.
Jeevan Sparsh build communities and people living in slums and rural areas. As part of the community development program, we are reaching many beneficiaries for free medical and health check-ups as well as to provide them a safe and clean environment to live in.
Slum Schools aims to promote education, human development and well-being of the deprived particularly those being excluded from the present development model. Community-based education and development of slum and street children along with empowerment and skills training of slum women is a priority.