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Sustainable Livelihood

Securing a Sustainable Livelihood is one of the greatest challenges for populations in Indian villages.Rehab India Foundation, has previously undertaken small business and family upliftment, skill development training, and certificate distribution programs that increase the scope for impoverished sections of rural society to secure a steady income. However, it is our most vehement belief that there is always scope for more. We are therefore, open to collaborations with interested partners, which would involve specific skill training across a variety of low and semi-skilled job sectors, such as tailoring, simple manufacturing work, and basic clerical work, as well as employment drives and counselling sessions that would introduce these communities to the world of formal employment.

Public Education

Rehab India Foundation has committed itself to ensuring not only that more children from rural areas have access to schools, but are also actually enrolling themselves, and attending classes on a regular basis. Initiatives of the Foundation have tackled issues ranging from scholarship access and enrolment campaigns, to teacher training, and parent-teacher meetings, that are aimed at assessing the quality and regularity of a child’s education process, instead of just the bare-minimum of building more schools. Rehab India is looking for partners that acknowledge the importance of quality education in enhancing a child’s personal development. Parties that would be willing to contribute to specific, skill-based areas, such as teacher training, and mentorship programs, as well as through financial aid assistance for scholarship drives, quizzes and competitions, and talent search examinations, are highly encouraged to get in touch with us.

Climate Change and Environment

The necessity of sustainable development, in coherence with the principles of respect for and protection of our environment, is a priority of paramount importance for us at Rehab India Foundation. Therefore, both our urban and rural development projects attach great significance to ensuring that we not only improve the lives of the underprivileged, but also that they live in cleaner, healthier surroundings. Clean up drives and environment protection awareness campaigns are major methods by which we seek to contribute to this fundamental goal. We would truly appreciate partners who would be able to guide the organization in the project of integrating climate change promotion and environment friendly practices into our development and alleviation agenda. Furthermore, educating rural populations about responsible day-to-day practices, as far as the environment is concerned, is an area in which we would encourage innovative strategic cooperation.

Gender Equality

While empowering women and ensuring their independent economic and social sustainability has long been a key prerogative of Rehab India’s larger projects, expanding a more focused, and more direct Gender Equality initiative is one of our greatest concerns moving forward.Therefore, we would encourage partners working on the normalization of traditionally ‘irregular’ identities, as well as upliftment of social positions of women, to join us in forming a coherent strategy for dissemination of information, through conversations with populations residing in our broad rural development networks.

Clean Water and Sanitation

Rehab India Foundation recognizes severe water scarcity as a specifically problematic tendency, given that inaccessibility of potable water sources to vulnerable communities, combined with the deadly side-effects of utilizing or being in proximity to unsanitary water, can have devastating effects on large swathes of population. As a result, Drinking Water Projects have been successfully implemented in several parts of the country, along with the installation of tube wells, hand-dug wells, and water catchment schemes. Public sanitation drives, in the form of awareness campaigns, training programs with health workers, and construction of hygienic public and common toilets. Locality based purification mechanisms, and rain water harvesting projects are among the new initiatives we would consider collaborating on. We also look forward to partnering with groups that can contribute meaningfully to both awareness and information campaigns, as well as towards construction of sanitation and drinking water infrastructure. 


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