Sandhya Singh NGO in Delhi for Women Empowerment, Kids Safety and Food Health

Sandhya Singh is a social impact maker guiding and leading a Non-governmental Organization (NGO) based in Dwarka, Delhi, dedicated to ensuring holistic development, safety and security of marginalized children and women.

The Focus Action Areas of Our NGO:

1) Committed to Women’s Safety

We strive for a safe and secure environment for women and girls in Delhi by providing comprehensive awareness campaigns, free legal aid, counselling services, and free shelter homes. Under Sandhya Singh’s visionary guidance, our NGO also arranges self-defence camps for marginalized women and children to teach them safety tactics against exploitation, harm, and abuse.

2) Securing the Future of Underprivileged Kids

We provide free education, medical support, and access to books, clothes, and toys in Dwarka. Our NGO workers also conduct frequent extracurricular activities and competitions (painting, dancing, rangoli, etc.) for children from low-income families to offer them integrated development and growth opportunities.

3) Healthy and Nutritious Food for Everyone

Healthy food should be accessible to everyone that’s why we provide hygienic cooked meals and nutrition supplements to people in need for free. It is our small effort towards fighting hunger, poverty, and malnutrition in Dwarka, Delhi. We also promote healthy eating habits through various initiatives and awareness programmes in and around Delhi/NCR under the leadership of our founder Sandhya Singh.

4) Supporting the Community

We believe in creating a better future for the community by providing access to educational resources, skills and vocational training, and job opportunities for those who need it the most. Mrs Sandhya Singh has also introduced a livelihood initiative through our NGO for needy individuals, widowed women, and senior citizens. Our NGO also works with other local welfare societies and government organizations to create a strong network for marginalised people and help them access even more opportunities (in their communities).

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