COVID-19 Relief Impact
Join us in our fight to support the vulnerable against the devastating second wave of COVID-19. Hand in Hand India has been fighting the virus since 2020, advocating the messages of masking up, social distancing and handwashing to 513,200 people pan India. Our impact includes:
1.1M masks produced
8,076 SHG women trained in mask production
60,280 individuals provided with counselling and psychosocial support
83,322 sanitary products produced
17,699 medical equipment distributed
32,213 food packets distributed
42,203 families provided with food ration
17,699 hygiene kits distributed
103 power sprayers distributed
128,300 sanitizer bottles produced and distributed to households
What we do Our Scale & Impact
We use an integrated approach instead of working with only one sector because poverty is multidimensional.
Job Creation 4.4 Million jobs created
Village Uplift 445 villages uplifted
Child Labour Elimination 343,037 children enrolled in school
Health Care 723,416 healthcare access to people
Solid Waste Management 629,935 households segregate & recycle
Skill Development & Women Empowerment 153,282 women trained In various skills
Natural Resource Management 22,194 farmers trained in organic farming
What makes us different
We understand the cause-effect relationship between various dimensions of poverty. This is the reason why we chose not to work with just one sector, instead use a unique integrated approach. Our approach aims to reduce poverty by tackling social, economic and environmental factors. The interventions used are job creation, access to credit, education, health, livelihood and environment management.
Our Global Presence
We are the only international NGO based in India to have our model replicated globally. Our blueprint has been used in Cambodia, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Brazil, South Africa and Sri Lanka. Our work has been acknowledged as one of the best examples of South-South cooperation.
What our partners have to say
“Phanindra Reddy, IAS
“Wais Ahmed Barmak
Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, Afghanistan
Dr.Kalpana Sankar wins the Women Transforming India award from NITI Aayog and United Nations India from the Hon'ble Defence Minister on Women's Day 2020.
Bal Kalyan Puraskar from the Ministry of Women and Child Development
Princess Sabeeka Bint Ibrahim Al-Khalifa & UN Women : Global Award for Women Empowerment Award.
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