EVENTS

EVENTS

10th Anniversary Image Gallery

10th Anniversary Image Gallery

2021 YEAR IN REVIEW

2021 YEAR IN REVIEW

The Hans Foundation in 2016 with KGMU established a world-class eye bank in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh and by performing 2414 corneal transplant surgeries in the last five years it has become the highest performing eye bank in the state. THF has established three more eye banks in Rishikesh, Guwahati and Varanasi.


January

The Hans Foundation and EFICOR are working together for the empowerment of the community through educating and strengthening the Village Health Sanitation & Nutrition Committees (VHSNC) in 30 villages of Panna, MadhyaPradesh. The program will directly benefit 3000 Pregnant, 2833 lactating mothers, 200 ASHA and 280 Aanganwadi workers in a span of three years.


January

2020 YEAR IN REVIEW

2020 YEAR IN REVIEW

THF has joined hands with the leading hospitals in the country like National Heart Institute and Wockhardt Hospitals to rekindle hope for these children born with congenital heart disease. Over the years, this program has transformed the lives of more than 700 children across the country.


December

The Hans Foundation is supporting two schools run by Asha Ka Jharna in Sikar and Nawalgarh, district of Rajasthan for children with hearing impairment and intellectual disabilities. The project is providing quality education, therapies, vocational skill training, guidance and counselling to more than 139 special children and their families.


December

The Hans Foundation and Indian Red Cross Society started Arogyam – A Bike Ambulance Program in the two most underserved mountainous blocks in Panchkula – Morni and Pinjore. The project consists of seven paramedics who operate through motorcycle ambulances to reach these remote areas catering approximately 150-200 patients in a month.


December

‘The Hans Foundation along with Inclusive Divyanjan Entrepreneur Association – IDEA is working on a new program that aims to support 5,000 PwDs in getting jobs or becoming entrepreneurs in the next five years. Through this partnership, we are working together towards creating 1,00,000 jobs for PwDs in the country.


December

The Evangelical Fellowship of India Commission on Relief (EFICOR), with support from THF is serving marginalized communities in terms of health indicators in Panna, Madhya Pradesh. Since the last five years, more than 3,000 pregnant women and 2,833 lactating mothers have been educated and trained in 30 villages of Panna.


December

The Hans Foundation in association with Score Foundation has impacted the lives of thousands of visually impaired citizens through ‘Project Eyeway’. The project addresses issues related to awareness level, reach, resources and people’s perception towards blindness by providing relevant information through trained counsellors.


November

The Hans Foundation and Asha Ka Jharna jointly implemented a project to cover all types of disabilities by providing comprehensive services including special education, therapy, vocational training, guidance and counseling that benefits more than 200 children in Nawalgarh and Sikar in Rajasthan.


November

The Hans Foundation has been supporting three substantial midday meal programs across the state of Uttarakhand, benefitting more than 10,000 children across 75 schools. In addition, THF along with The Akshaya Patra Foundation has started work to set up 9 centralised kitchens in the state of Uttarakhand to serve wholesome mid-day meals to 3,00,000 children.


November

THF has supported HEAL (Health and Education for All) in building a residential home and in running the school that can support the education of 1,000 children in Andhra Pradesh. This school provides quality education to orphans, children living with single parents and children from underprivileged backgrounds.


November

COROAT in collaboration with THF is working for the betterment of women and children from underprivileged backgrounds. The project especially focuses on children with learning difficulties and through various interventions their learning outcomes are being improved in Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu. Till date more than 2,500 children from 20 schools have benefited from this intervention.


November

Bhavishya Bharat with the support of The Hans Foundation initiated ‘Operation Sahayata’ aimed at providing safety and relief to individuals, communities and frontline corona warriors in West and North Sikkim. As part of this initiative mobile OPD services & health equipment were also provided to ensure safety and prevent further transmission of infections.


November

The Hans Foundation’s partner- Aasraa Trust carried out an extensive door-to-door awareness drive and distributed more than 15,000 parcels of ration kits and over 14,000 dry ration packs to families in need and urgent labourers. Also, over 87 phones in communities and 19 tablets in the shelter homes under ‘The Silver Lining’ project have been distributed along with education kits to make the process of digital learning easier.


November

The project ‘Community Inclusion and Rural Advocacy Forums for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs)’ is supported by The Hans Foundation and implemented by Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development (CORD INDIA), in 100 Panchayats of district Kangra, Himachal Pradesh aims at identification and nurturing the abilities of PwDs.


October

The Hans Foundation in association with Government of Uttarakhand has launched development projects worth Rs. 105 crore for the state on the birth anniversary of Mata Shri Mangla Ji. As part of this project, safe drinking water will be supplied to 200 interior villages under the Hans Jal Dhara Yojana.


October

The Hans Foundation in partnership with NM Sadguru Water & Development Foundation, created a livelihood enhancement project which generated 9,325 man-days of employment for 750 households. The initiative has provided immediate relief to the unemployed labour force and also been substantial in providing livelihoods to migrants returning from different cities to Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh.


October

THF along with Swayamkrushi is working towards rehabilitation, education and integration of adults and children with developmental disabilities under the supervision of resident staff members who trained to handle issues related to daily life including judgment, problem-solving, money matters and personal hygiene.


October

The Hans Foundation along with Room to Read India is working towards the mission that no child should be left behind in learning. The team members educated the parents and created awareness about home learning, additionally library books and worksheets were distributed to 254 children benefitting 7 schools in Bageshwar and overall 30 schools in Uttarakhand.


October

The Hans Foundation along with PRASAR is working in 92 villages of Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh to improve the overall health and hygiene status of marginalized communities, with a special focus on Reproductive, Maternal, Neo Natal Child Health, and Adolescent Girls.


October

The Hans Foundation, in collaboration with Cheshire Home India Delhi Unit in Delhi, has been providing a safe and secure residential space to 75 people from underprivileged families with intellectual and physical disabilities along with the medical support, daily skills training, physiotherapy and counselling since last 4 years.


October

The Hans Foundation in association with Ministry of Health & Family Welfare – MOHFW (Bangladesh), Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India & Tata Institute of Social Sciences released a report on ‘National Strategy for Inclusive and Community Based Living for Persons with Mental Health Issues’.


October

The Hans Foundation along with the Govt. of Uttarakhand is working on strengthening infrastructure and improving pedagogy, also constructing new toilets and repairing the existing sanitation facilities with the help of Himmotthan: An Associate Organization of the Tata Trusts in 95 government schools of Uttarakhand.


October

The Hans Foundation in partnership with Wockhardt Foundation and HelpAge India has been providing preventive and curative services through 21 Mobile Medical Units (MMUs) in Uttarakhand and benefited over 5.5 lakh patients till date. Each MMU comprises a doctor, pharmacist, nurse, lab attendant and a diagnostic kit facility.


October

The Hans Foundation with the help of their agricultural partner, Himalayan Action Research Centre – HARC, inaugurated its first collection centre for organic pulses, vegetables, millets, fruits and honey under the project – ‘Integrated Village Development Program’ by benefitting the farmers from 11 villages of the Pindar valley in Bageshwar district of Uttarakhand.


October

The Govt. of Uttarakhand and THF will be working together to restore the King George High school building as per the original structure built during 1922-23. The inter-college will have residential facility, state-of-the-art amenities for academic and extra-curricular learning & modern facilities for meritorious children from sports, culture and from varied fields of talent.


September

The Hans Foundation along with Room to Read India is working closely with primary schools in Garud block of Bageshwar district in Uttarakhand. The program is transforming 30 schools into child friendly learning environment, benefiting more than 1300 children till date.


September

The Hans Foundation along with Gramin Vikas Vigyan Samiti (GRAVIS) has formed a team of ‘Village Health Workers’ to spread health awareness and provides a range of services for ensuring improved health status of newborns, children, elderly and women for ANC/PNC services among the rural communities.


September

Discussion on ‘Social Entrepreneurship Ep 3: Need of the Hour’ with Lt. Gen SM Mehta, CEO, The Hans Foundation and Kunal Kapoor, Co-Founder, Ketto, in conversation with Dr. Anurag Batra, Chairman & Editor-in-Chief, BW Businessworld & exchange4media


August

The Hans Foundation and Bhavishya Bharat together are driving a COVID-19 relief program – Operation Sahayata in Sikkim. Underprivileged communities from remote areas are being given essential supplies as sanitary kits, necessary medical help and is also providing food to stray animals in this holistic program.


June

The Hans Foundation has strived to bring positive impact with the support of our partners, in the lives of vulnerable communities affected by COVID-19.


June

The Hans Foundation and Hope Ek Asha, have partnered to extend support to our incredible frontline medical staff, by committing to supply packaged drinking water facilities for a month to LNJP Hospital, Delhi.


June

The Hans Foundation with its partners, is working towards vulnerable communities who have faced immeasurable challenges in accessing basic necessities and essential resources through innovative and compassionate field programs.


June

The Hans Foundation and Sabuj Sangha have supplied food and essentials to more than 1600 families and continue to provide support to marginalised communities in the remote regions of Sundarbans, West Bengal by following all safety and hygiene protocols prescribed by health authorities.


June

During the COVID crisis, The Hans Foundation with Sundarban Social Development Center has extended support in providing essential commodities and ration packs to 1830 families, pregnant women and people with disabilities in West Bengal.


May

The Hans Foundation along with Caritas India has extended supports to 287 families by distributing ration kits and essentials at Koran Sarai High School in Buxar, Bihar.


May

The Hans Foundation is dedicated in its efforts to distribute essentials to those in need. Through our commitment to the COVID-19 relief cause, we have launched a project to reach the remote regions of Manipur and provide ration kits to students and workers.


May

The Hans Foundation along with Akshaya Patra Foundation has extended relief to the most needy communities by providing food, groceries and essentials kits to 5090 families in the remote areas of Haridwar, Dehradun, Udham Singh Nagar in Uttarakhand.


May

The Hans Foundation General Hospital Satpuli, Pauri Gharwal, Uttrakhand is actively engaged in the support of India wide efforts to prevent the spread of corona virus. Ensuring the safety and well-being of our patients, Staff and the communities we serve is our utmost priority.


May

The Hans Foundation has extended support to Sense International (India), for their exemplary work of providing relief for individuals and families living with hearing, visual impairment and other disabilities. Together we are providing ration and food kits to 550 families of people with deaf-blindness.


May

Ms. Shweta Rawat, The Founder & Chairperson of The Hans Foundation shares her thoughts on the resilience, unity and collective conscience of the country in the face of COVID-19. THF strives to initiate and support causes that assist in relieving the struggles of many marginalized communities in India.


May

The Hans Foundation pledges to match every Rupee donated to our cause and double the impact of your contributions to amplify efforts.


May

The Hans Foundation in partnership with GravisIndia is extending support to 1000 families and more than 8000 people with relief kits and water in the drought-prone area of Thar Desert, Rajasthan.


May

The Hans Foundation supported Caritas India in its initiative to set up an emergency response program by supplying essentials commodities to 326 households, approximately 7500 individuals in interior district of Buxar, Bihar.


May

World Trade Forum and The Hans Foundation are organising Meet and Make Fair on World Fair Trade Day


May

The Hans Foundation along with Akshaya Patra Foundation are providing food security and relief packages to those affected and marginalized due to nationwide lockdown, the foundation is also feeding about 1.8 million people every day!


April

The Hans Foundation has dedicatedly supplied relief packs and essentials to the people of Uttarakhand and Delhi under ‘Operation Namaste’ initiated by Param Pujniya Bhole Ji Maharaj and Karunamayi Mata Shri Mangla Ji


April

The Hans Foundation in collaboration with Aasraa Trust have provided relief packs to many daily wage workers and helpless across Dehradun. The ‘COVID-Warriors of Aasraa’ are going door-to-door and educating families on the precautionary measures to be taken.


April

Masoom Charitable Trust, with support from The Hans Foundation is distributing masks, gloves and sanitizers to government bodies, also distributing food relief packets to 500 underprivileged families in the Hazaribagh District of Jharkhand.


March

Mental Health panel discussion in session during Love You Zindagi culmination event and Release of the Study Report on 04 March 2020 in Delhi


March

The Hans Foundation delegates met the Hon’ble Minister -Shri Thawar Chand Gehlot, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment to present the study report on ‘National Strategy for Inclusive and Community Based Living for Persons with Mental Health Issues’.


February

2019 YEAR IN REVIEW

2019 YEAR IN REVIEW

The Hans Foundation has taken remarkable steps towards sponsoring | supporting Integrated Agriculture Development for Food & Economic Security in Pindar Valley (Bageshwar).


December

One of THF’s most notable initiative is Himadri Hans Handloom, under the aegis of which, women from Kumaon are trained in handloom weaving & allied activities and made economically self – reliant. THF stands for the rights of all.


December

The Hans Foundation organized a tree plantation program in seven government schools of Pauri district in Uttarakhand.


November

The Hans Foundation empowers visually impaired people with skills through vocational training programs that helps them explore employment opportunities.


October

The Hans Foundation partners with organizations that integrate key government schemes in their programs & provides avenues for employment to underprivileged communities.


October

The Hans Foundation supports the education and aspirations of children from the underprivileged background from across the country. Children from Panchayat Union Middle School, Navalpattu, Tamil Nadu are seen here undergoing child rights training.


October

The Hans Foundation supports grassroot NGOs to improve the quality and coverage of health services with an emphasis on women & child health through its network of more than 50 medical mobile medical vans.


October

The Hans Foundation presented the first copy of the study on ‘National Strategy on Inclusive and Community Based Options for Persons with Mental Health Issues’ Dr Alok Mathur, Addl. DDG MoHFW.


September

Meet our 17 bright fellows of the first batch for THF Fellowship program 2019


September

An ‘Intensive Care Unit (ICU)’ was inaugurated by Dr Dhan Singh Rawat, the Hon’ble Minister of Higher Education (Government of Uttarakhand) and Dr G V Rao, Executive Director, The Hans Foundation at the district Hospital, Pauri

August

The library program supported by @THF_INDIA and implemented by @RoomtoRead aims at developing literacy skills reading habit in primary school children. So far, libraries have been built 30 schools benefitting more than 1300 children in rural villages of Bageshwar in Uttarakhand.

July

A two-day workshop was organized by The Hans Foundation’s partner CBM India, at Gorakhpur (UP) to showcase the possibilities of inclusive livelihood activities for the rural population


June

The Hans Foundation revived almost 300 wells in the villages of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh in partnership with NM Sadguru


June

A Government School in a slum colony of Khora (Ghaziabad), renovated by The Hans Foundation, with modern infrastructure and facilities for more than 600 children


April

The Hans Foundation supported Saarthak Educational Trust in Organising West Zone Abilympic Event in June where more than 450 people with disabilities participated


June

Ms Shweta Rawat, Chairperson of The Hans Foundation inaugurated the Centre for Mental Health and Inclusive Development in Kovalam, Tamil Nadu


April

As part of our efforts to generate sustainable employment in the North-East, THF has set up the biggest organic tea nursery in Tuli, Nagaland (India)


May

The Hans Foundation supported Ms. Sheetal Raj, a seasoned mountaineer from Uttarakhand to scale ‘Mount Everest’ in May 2019


May

7th National Blind & Deaf Judo Championship, 2019 (Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh)


June

Bringing the Invisible victims to the forefront – Launch of The Centre for Mental Health and Inclusive Development Supported by The Hans Foundation

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February

2018 YEAR IN REVIEW

2018 YEAR IN REVIEW

Spirit of Humanity, an initiative by Americares India has recognised and rewarded six NGOs within various categories in its finale held in Mumbai. Spirit of Humanity is a national-level platform for collaboration, capacity building and recognition within the social sector in India. The finale of the 9th Spirit of Humanity Awards was a melting pot of not-for-profit organisations, academia, government authorities, thought leaders and corporations.The 9th Spirit of Humanity Awards was organised with the support of Abbott, Americares, JW Marriott, KPMG in India, SPJIMR and The Hans Foundation. The winners of the award received a cash donation, trophy and certificate of excellence from thought-leaders and industry experts. They also received opportunities to share their work with numerous CSR heads.

September

Mata Shri Mangla Ji at the ‘Bhoomi Poojan’ of Centralized Kitchens for Mid-Day Meal Scheme at Dehradun


October

Dr. G.V. Rao, executive director THF unveiling copies of the Handbook


July

Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, Mata Mangla ji, Bhole Ji Maharajand Lt. Gen S M Mehta, CEO inaugurated the first Intensive Care Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the State at the District Hospital in Pithoragarh. The Hans Foundation has supported the entire setting up of the ICU for helping the State health department

April

Ms. Shweta Rawat, Chairperson at the launch of Human Rights Watch Report on access to justice for women and girls with disabilities in India


April

Mata Mangla ji, Bhole Ji Maharaj, Lt. Gen S M Mehta along with Hon. Chief Minister Uttarakhand, Shri Trivendra Singh Rawat flagged off two Mammograhy Vans and nine mobile medical units in Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand on 14 April 2018. These vans will operate in Kumaon and Garhwal regions and will be providing cancer screening, primary healthcare and necessary referral services

April

Wise Wall Project jointly implemented by FUEL and THF in Khati (Uttarakhand) village, to promote local tourism


March

Brett Lee, former Australian international cricketer interacted with the team of The Hans Foundation and one of the beneficiaries of Cochlear Implants Programme for creating awareness about the programme


August

Lt. Gen S. M Mehta, CEO, The Hans Foundation and Ms. Omita Paul, Managing Director, Pranab Mukherjee Foundation signed an MoU on 27 August 2018 in Delhi. As part of this partnership, centres of higher learning will be jointly set up to develop & execute projects in the areas of Integrated Rural Development, Climate Change, Energy and Sustainable Development for the benefit of marginalized and rural population of India

August

Lt. Gen S M Mehta, CEO receiving the award on behalf of Mata Shri Mangla Ji from Dr. Rita Bahuguna Joshi, Minister for Women and Child Development, Uttar Pradesh at International Women Empowerment Programme 2018 held in Dubai


April

THF signing the historic MoU with the government of Nagaland, the first of its kind since independence


May

THF collaborated with poet-filmmaker Gulzar Ji for The Hans Foundation’s documentary film, which will be released soon


November

THF CEO Lt Gen S M Mehta signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with National Trust of India to support the Govt’s national level schemes for PwDs, THF Chairperson Ms. Shweta Rawat with other dignitaries at the event


November

2017 YEAR IN REVIEW

2017 YEAR IN REVIEW

River Rejuvenation: A national level endeavour to revive Manjra River in Maharashtra benefiting 240 villages and Kumudvathi River in Karnataka benefiting 400 villages


2016 YEAR IN REVIEW

2016 YEAR IN REVIEW

THF Chairperson Ms. Shweta Rawat with former US Prez Bill Clinton at Clinton Global Initiative, New York
For the past three years, The Hans Foundation has been a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. Started in 2005, under the aegis of President Clinton, Secretary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, the Initiative has served as a dynamic networking platform that has brought people together from all across the world. Instead of direct implementation, CGI facilitates action by helping members connect and collaborate with each other. Commitments to Action are encouraged between member partners and since 2005, over 3500 commitments have improved the quality of lives of over 435 million people in over 180 countries.

September

THF Chairperson Ms. Shweta Rawat with former US Prez Bill Clinton at Clinton Global Initiative, New York
For the past three years, The Hans Foundation has been a member of the Clinton Global Initiative. Started in 2005, under the aegis of President Clinton, Secretary Clinton and Chelsea Clinton, the Initiative has served as a dynamic networking platform that has brought people together from all across the world. Instead of direct implementation, CGI facilitates action by helping members connect and collaborate with each other. Commitments to Action are encouraged between member partners and since 2005, over 3500 commitments have improved the quality of lives of over 435 million people in over 180 countries.

2015 YEAR IN REVIEW

2015 YEAR IN REVIEW

The Hans Foundation supported the 1st International Film Festival for Persons with Disabilities (PwD), held from 1st – 3rd December 2015, at Siri Fort Auditorium, New Delhi to commemorate the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disability observed on 3rd December every year

December

Synergy Workshop’ was organized by The Hans Foundation in November 2015 at the residence of Hon’ble Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, Shri Harish Rawat. It was a unique occasion where the Chief Minister hosted an event of this nature at his residence and brought together all the key stakeholders under one roof: Ministers, senior government officials, 50 eminent organizations, including funding agencies and NGOs working across the spectrum of development

November

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