SAPNA created its first home for the homeless at Vijay Mandir, Alwar in 2007. The home acts as a feeder for destitute survivors of trauma and other grave illnesses who are in need of
The World Health Organization estimates that every year150 million people suffer severe financial hardships because they have to pay for health services out of their own pockets.
Education of underprivileged girls is one of the cornerstones of our development strategy. We work in an area where poverty remains the most important variable in determining a girls’ access
SAPNA runs an ambitious rural business process outsourcing program aimed at creating employment for the rural youth. The BPO has been working with INFOSYS, Punj Lloyd and India Post.
SAPNA is partnering with local police and Department of Women and Child in Alwar, Rajasthan to run a guidance and protection centre for women known as the Mahila Suraksha Evam Salah Kendra.
Much before the launch of the Trillion Tree Campaign at the 2020 World Economic Forum in Davos, SAPNA promoted biodiversity near its project-site in Alwar by planting 5000 different
SAPNA evolved from our nascent steps at the Safdarjung Hospital and AIIMS. Our engagement, limited initially to addressing the needs of a few patients, turned our attention to the destitution and despair of multitudes of the poor and vulnerable faced with exorbitant medical and other expenses far beyond their means. It also turned our attention to the negative public health environment and made us dream of an equity-oriented, people-centric model of healthcare capable of taking care of people who are unable to afford elementary healthcare, nutritional support and medical attention.
Cold doesn’t kill people, lack of clothing does!! We pray & hope, that we all can contribute something. Here are our Dropping Centers.
Homeless provided shelter and care
Girl children being provided quality education
Cataract surgeries performed
Surgeries facilitated in Safdarjung Hospital