Awards & Recognition
Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, Nari Sakti Puraskar, International ARC Awards 2015
Last audited December 2018
Enrolled 2000 Slum Students In Community Centres And After-School Classes
Snehalaya means 'Home of Love', and was founded to provide support for women, children and LGBT communities, who have been affected by HIV and AIDS, trafficking, sexual violence, and poverty.In India, 93 women are raped every day. It is estimated that 135,000 children are trafficked every year. Over 120,000 women a year will suffer domestic violence. There are 2.1 million people living with HIV, and an estimated 130,000 people die of AIDS each year.
At Snehalaya they believe that grassroots outreach and education is the key to drastically reducing these figures.Their mission is to provide rescue, rights and rehabilitative services to the communities in most need and to offer a safe exit point to women and their children trapped in the crippling cycle of poverty and abuse.
Thus they aspire to develop the awareness and capabilities of individuals who have been deprived of their fundamental rights as a result of the inequalities that exist in our society. They provide services to over 15,000 beneficiaries and are a strong and passionate family, united in the belief that no one should stand alone.
Leadership Anil Arjun Gawade
Periodic access to food supplies for healthy living,Care provided to support daily needs of the vulnerable,Transport expenses incurred to commute to the institution,Access to basic and specialised healthcare treatments
The children of Sneha Asha are HIV positive orphans and some are semi-orphans mostly with mothers who are sex-workers. While a majority of the children are from Maharashtra, Sneha Asha's doors are always open to needy children from all over the country.
The children are well looked after and provided free food, clothing, shelter, medications, toiletries education, and extra-curricular activities facilities to ensure that they grow up in a normal environment. The children are social pariahs with nowhere to turn to for help, hope and for life itself. Snehasha is dedicated to such deprived people especially from the low-income group, regardless of their caste, creed, religion, language, region, sex, age.
In Snehasha, these children flourish and mature into a responsible citizens in spite of being orphaned or born in social stigma conditions. Donate to this program to support HIV+ children a childhood they deserve.
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