Our Projects - What We Do
We have come a long way since 1989 when we started education programs for a handful of children of sex workers and palliative care for people affected by AIDS. We now serve over 19,000 beneficiaries each year running 22 projects across four key areas, education, healthcare, rehabilitation, and awareness, that help our beneficiaries thrive in life.
Our services are primarily for women ad children and LGBT communities affected by poverty and the commercial sex industry. We help to fight HIV and AIDS and to end human trafficking, improve education for deprived children, and campaign for justice to bring rescue, rights, and rehabilitation to those that need it.
We never give up because we know, first hand, just how resilient our beneficiaries have to be, we've been there every step of the way...
The heart of our 'Home of Love'. Respite for rescued children for now or as long as necessary
Emergency care for abandoned infants, medical & psychological support for expectant mothers
Emergency safe house for women experiencing domestic violence and their children
25 acre farm & home, for HIV families, providing sustainable produce for our projects
experience in caring for children from a range of backgrounds
Sneh-Sanskar ~ Educational Love
Community based sexual health clinic, rescue, medical care & rehabilitation for sex workers
Caring Friends Hospital
In- and out-patient care
for patients with HIV, AIDS &
other infectious diseases
Rescuing homeless individuals with mental illness, providing necessary treatment, and facilitating their reunion with their families.
People from the community are treated free of cost, ensuring their access to quality healthcare.
100 children / centre
Community lead drop-in centres in 7 Ahmednagar slums, offering education for youth of all ages
300+ pupils per year
An inclusive primary school for children who have been pushed out of the education system
45-day residential course
Training the next generation of agricultural entrepreneurs
Local community forum in Hindi and Marathi. Broadcasting to a 25km radius offering a public voice for our listeners
Workshops & conferences for local/national students & youth to raise awareness & encourage careers in social work
Our London office provides support to Snehalaya in the form of campaigning, fundraising and volunteers.
Bringing farmers together to share best practice and create sustainable agriculture practices in our rural communities
We stand with Malala to campaign for equality in education
Fighting the drought to make villages in Maharashtra water-abundant through the Water Cup 2019
Joining with other advocates to stand against gender violence & inequality
Incorporating learning and play is an innovative way to help our beneficiaries develop vital language skills