Our Projects

Our mission is to empower needy children and communities to break the Vicious Cycle of Poverty where poverty spawns problems of malnourishment and mortality while lack of education ensures children follow in their parents’ footsteps scraping a daily existence as manual labor or ragpickers. We believe the best way is by equipping the needy with health, education and employable skills so they attain socio-economic independence and become responsible citizens of society. Our several projects in Health, Education and Community Development are inter-related and together provide a once-forgotten child or community a comprehensive road from poverty to prosperity.
We believe the best way is by equipping the needy with health, education and employable skills so they attain socio-economic independence and become responsible citizens of society. Our several projects in Health, Education and Community Development are inter-related and together provide a once-forgotten child or community a comprehensive road from poverty to prosperity.

Our Focus

Early Childhood Care and Development Centres (ECCD) Our several Education projects cover the spectrum of ages and development needs with the goals to:
  • Take care of pre-preschooler with day labour parents who work every day.
  • Mainstream marginalized street children.
  • Provide vocational training and thus a livelihood to low-literate youth.
  • Our ECCD's (Every childhood care and Developement Centre) care for young children below 6 yrs (whose day labor parents must work every day), attending to their health, nutrition, education, social development and preparing them for primary school in a friendly encouraging environment where going to school is a desirable and normal activity.
  • Importantly also, now their older siblings do not have to drop out of their own school to look after them.
  • Building Parental Support

    Our Project faces the challenge of convincing parents who are illiterate and unaware of the value of education to send their children to school. It is very difficult. Many times multiple home visits are required. Through experience, We has learnt how to achieve success. Our Teachers/social workers are recruited from the beneficiary population so parents have greater trust in the messenger and message.

    Also, through them the parents can see the advantages of education in the form of better socio-economic circumstances first hand. Finally, We guide the parents to send their children's to schools within the beneficiary area.

    Our Mission is Universal Education & Full Employability. Education is a child’s right and need. We believe Education mainstreams a marginalized child, enlarging his/her views, giving them confidence to chart her own destiny. Theymust confer the ability to earn a dependable livelihood as an adult
II आरोग्यं परमं भाग्यं स्वास्थ्यं सर्वार्थसाधनम् II

To be without illness is the greatest blessing. Health makes everything else possible. - Sanskrit Proverb
Need in Numbers

Per the Government of India and UNICEF, only half the government primary schools have safe drinking water and only 1 in 10 has sanitation facilities.


Lack of hygiene leads to diarrhoea and dysentery epidemics. And without toilets, girls drop out of school. Per UEEM 1.8L children are out of school, mostly girls. Worse, parents can't afford medical care or nutrition for their children.

Per WHO, there are only 6 doctors and 13 nurses per 10,000 residents. And per NFS, child malnourishment is 35%. As bad as Sub-Saharan Africa.

Building Awareness and Action around Education

Going to school is not an obvious component of life in the communities we work in. Parents who are poor and illiterate themselves are not convinced education is a good investment of time for their children especially girls.

Through door to door drives, street plays etc, we educate parents in these communities about the advantages of education and convinces them to send their children especially girls to school.

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Jaasie Foundation builds and equips libraries at MCD Schools.

Jaasie Foundation's Library Program provides resources for students to go beyond class work and expand their minds and abilities.
May 7, 2014
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Vocational Training Centres

Secondary education is insufficient to earn a dependable livelihood. Class X graduates from destitute areas scrape a miserable existence like their parents as day labor or in desperation take to crime.
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Computer Training Centres

We provide vocational training for low-literate poor girls and boys to make them financially independent while providing for a choice of lifestyles.
May 5, 2014
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Become freelance beauticians or open an in-home tailoring service.

Those who want more flexibility can become freelance beauticians or open an in-home tailoring service. Computer courses provide government-backed JSS certificates and we also organize recruiting sessions with corporate.
May 4, 2014
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Our Education Model

The secret of our success over the time has been its Education Model which maximizes internationalization of learning, provides for the all-round development of a child and teaches them to be Catalysts of Positive Change.
May 4, 2014
Public health

Water, Sanitation & Hygiene Project

We build toilets at MCD schools and provides hygiene education to slum children and the families and communities they come from to prevent the frequent epidemics of diseases like diarrhea.