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Sharing Humanity

Founded in 2006, AADHAAR 4U believes that all human beings have a right to live with dignity and respect. The naturally available resources and democratic facilities are a gift to be shared equally by all men and women, whatever their race, nationality or religion.

The Hindi/Marathi word AADHAAR means support. As the name suggests AADHAAR 4U plans to “support” you in “supporting” destitute group of people who are mostly neglected in day-to-day life due to poverty, handicaps, and social myths. The organisation is committed to provide little AADHAAR to the needy groups and to reduce the pain of injustice to them so that:

  • the rights and dignity of such destitute people are respected and discrimination is ended
  • the financial resources of well wishers are shared and used in proper way
  • these groups have access to normal needs of life, such as, food, water, shelter, security, health, education and other common facilities.

Fundraiser event of Sunday, 27th May 2018

एक अनोखी साथ – Ek Anokhi Saath with Dr. Prakash Amte & Dr. Mandakini Amte

on Sunday, 27th May 2018.

Join your hands to build a classroom shed for the children of Sadhana Vidyalaya at the village Nelgunda!

On Sunday, the 27th May, we organized a Fundraiser Event at Amstelveen College. We were honored by the presence of the Ramon Magsaysay award winning couple Dr. Prakash Amte & Dr. Mandakini Amte. Dr. Prakash Amte is also a winner of Padmashree award.

The interview of Dr. Prakash Amte & Dr. Mandakini Amte was interlaced with the melodious Hindi and Marathi songs sung by the singers Nachiket Desai and Dhanashri Deshpande. The event took place on

Date: Sunday, 27th May 2018
Time: 14:30 – 18:00

at the Venue:
Amstelveen College
Sportlaan 27,
1185 TB Amstelveen

Our project for the years 2018-2019

Together with MSS-Lok Biradari Prakalp, Hemalkasa, we will build a class-room shed (€13000) for the children of Sadhana Vidyalaya, Nelgunda. Nelgunda is a remote village in the lush green forest of Dandakaranya and one of most sensitive naxalite region. It is a small village in Bhamragad Tehsil of Gadchiroli District. The entire area lacks road systems, electricity, and basic infrastructure.

At present school classes are conducted under trees and tin shed. The region observes extreme summer and heavy rainfall, the unbearable conditions to conduct classes under trees and hot tin sheds.

In 2018-2019, together with Lokbiradari Prakalp – Hemalkasa

Sahdhana Vidyalaya, Nelgunda

Objective is to raise €13000 to build a class-room shed.

  • The school currently caters to 110 children from kindergarten to grade 4.

  • The classes are conducted under trees and under tin sheds.

  • The region observes extreme summer and heavy rainfall, the unbearable conditions to conduct classes under trees and hot tin sheds.
  • Nelgunda is a remote village in a dense forest and in one of the most sensitive naxalite regions.
  • The residents belong to the Madia community. Madia are a Gondi tribe, of Dravidian race.
  • Nelgunda is connected to Bhamragad by a 27kms of earthern road without bridges, passing through streams & small rivers.
  • The nearest cities are Nagpur (350 kms), Chandrapur (200 kms) and Gadchiroli (200 kms).

Aadhaar4U has been working on selection of projects at various charity organisations focussing on upliftment of socially deprived people in the remote areas of Maharashtra-India.

Aadhaar4U associates itself with the following non-profit organisations

MSS - Anandwan

Maharogi Sewa Samiti is a nonprofit organisation in Central India helping socially retarded people to enhance their livelihood capabilities through self-discovery and empowering them to contribute back to the society.

MSS – Anandwan (click)

Sandipani - An orphan house

Sandipani Gurukul is an organization dedicated to the upliftment of underprivileged children who come from broken/destitute families.

Sandipani (Click)

Lokbiradari Prakalp - Hemalkasa

A project of the Maharogi Sewa Samiti(MSS), Warora, was started by the legendary social worker Baba Amte in 1973 for integrated development of Madia-Gond, the primitive tribals of Bhamragad in Gadchiroli District of Maharashtra, India.

Lokbiradari Prakalp (Click)

Sobti - For visually impaired

Parents of visually impaired children having other multiple disabilities, have come together and formed this not for profit organisation of parents of blind children having multiple disabilities.

Sobti (Click)

NAAM Foundation

Started by Nana Patekar and Makarand Anaspure in September 2015, the foundation emerged after devastating conditions of drought & listening to agony of drought affected farmers in Maharashtra.

NAAM Foundation (Click)

Snehalaya - An orphan house

Snehalaya’s vision is to develop awareness & capability in those members of the society who have been deprived of their rights because of the inequality and exploitation.

Snehalaya (Click)

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