Sambhav Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation committed to improving lives and creating a positive social impact. We do this through intervention programs for disadvantaged youth and children with disabilities (cognitive, developmental, intellectual, and psychosocial); implement education and awareness programs in schools and communities; skilling and upskilling of men, women, and youth from socially disadvantaged and vulnerable backgrounds.
Our key focus is to assist people achieve their full potential, and live the best life possible. To this end, we actively engage in the research and development of strategic tools that are central to our programs to grow, improve, and create long-term impacts.Enabling entrepreneurship is an integral part of our youth-oriented programs. We mentor and support individuals and groups to develop an entrepreneurial mind-set, empowering them to become self-employed or run micro-enterprises.
LabourNet is the Knowledge and Implementing Partner of Sambhav Foundation.
Mission and Vision
Enable dignity & livelihoods for those in need, and with disabilities.
To enable dignity and sustainability of disadvantaged youth and children with disabilities by building an ecosystem which fosters growth through lifelong learning.
Empowering People, Transforming Lives
Saksham is our program on empowering underprivileged men, women and youth, by livelihood enhancement through sponsorship of vocational education and training programmes. At Saksham, we also work on rural community development projects, and education & awareness campaigns in schools. Sambhav has reached out to over 180000 disadvataged youth since its inception, running projects in partnership with over 40 corporates from 50+ livelihood centres across India.
Saadhya is our program on special education and therapy interventions for children and youth with disabilities. India is home to more than 400 million children, and millions of them suffer from various kinds of disabilities, especially learning disabilities (LDs). In most cases, there is a visible lack of understanding of their specific needs in schools, and there are a number of other socio-cultural barriers that these children face every day. We work, together, with the children and their families to overcome these barriers and live life with dignity.
Saakshi is our program for women empowerment. We start with early intervention programs to help girl children who are underprivileged and have a disadvantaged background. We also provide financial support for education of girls. The girls are trained about life skills through experiential learning, based on WHO life skills. We encourage children to think independently and inculcate values of life.