Education for all

Twelve year old Radhika packs in quite a punch in her small frame. It has been a journey of grit and survival for her since birth. Abandoned at birth by her father her mother struggled with ill health and trauma along with the burden of caring for her little infant. Amba Foundation then supported her… Continue reading Education for all

Education for all

Ten year old Archana a student of Amba Foundation’s non formal education program dreams of completing her education and becoming a teacher one day. However the harsh realities of  life often forces her to  face new challenges  daily.  Archana lives in a  jugghi bastis in east delhi   with her parents and four siblings. Her… Continue reading Education for all

Self Dependent

Eighteen year old Fareen along with her elder sister and mother often visited Amba Foundation to attend various Awareness and training workshops aimed at enhancing different vocational and life skills . Noticing her talent for the fine arts and her interest in painting she was trained in Gond Art painting and is today ready to… Continue reading Self Dependent

Women Empowerment

Twenty six year old Taruna `is a self-taught clothier. After completing her 12th class she enrolled for an  undergraduate course through distant learning. On the side she would stitch clothes for her neighbours to pay for her college expenses. Last year during the lock-down she joined a virtual cloth mask making workshop at Amba Foundation… Continue reading Women Empowerment

Young Aspirations

After completing her class 10, twenty year old Namita  had to drop out of school  to look after her ailing mother and siblings. Her father had a small book binding business in a village near the Delhi-UP border and  struggles to make ends meet. Having a passion for stitching and embroidery Namita  joined a  stitching… Continue reading Young Aspirations

Leaders of Change

Forty year old Rekha spent her growing years in a village near Mathura. After her marriage she migrated to Delhi with her husband in search for a better life. Her husband found employment as a driver and since then she has been living in a juggi basti with her husband and three children. The family’s… Continue reading Leaders of Change

Education for All

Asha came to live in Delhi as a newly-wed bride twelve years ago. Hailing from a small village in UP she had stars in her eyes about city life . Being  the first girl in her family to complete class 12th, she had hopes that her education would help her find opportunity and financial security… Continue reading Education for All