Ujjwal India Foundation provides livelihoods with dignity for resource-poor women living in urban areas in India. We are driven by the vision of a world where all women, in particular women from underprivileged backgrounds enjoy full citizenship, earn with dignity and generate wealth and value for all. We are a professional feminist organization working across religious and social divides to enable resource-poor to women empower themselves.
Our aim is to level the employment field for disadvantaged women by providing bold livelihoods options that enhance women’ economic status, dignity, and decision-making within their families. To achieve this our different programme empowers women with minimal economic and social capital to become professional drivers. We help qualified women drivers secure employment opportunities.
We strongly believe that women should have equal socio-economic, cultural and political opportunities as men. With this ideology in mind ,a successful attempt was made to empower women of the slum area, we provided them with vocational training of sewing which is relevant to their needs and provides them value added skills to help them earn additional income for their families are proud to say that their lives.
Women can be the most important catalysts for change in their children’s lives. Women Vocational Studies & Women Empowerment can be the most important catalysts for change in their kids lives. Women have the power to help & boost entire family when in need. By strengthening women we are actually strengthening roots to a better society.
By helping women acquire non-traditional livelihoods with dignity, we are ultimately developing a cadre of empowered women who become agents of change. These women carry values of inclusion, mutual respect and equality, and democratise the spaces in which they live, whether it’s their family or community.
To create a supportive environment for women to take on non-traditional livelihoods and live with dignity, we also engage with men and women in their communities through a range of community programmes. Through our work we contribute to achieving the goal of economic and social equality for women in India.