What We Do

Education

“AADHAAR”- Lakshya is running a program named “AADHAAR- Holistic Development of Underprivileged Children”. Under this program our main focus group is the children of age 5-14 year . Due to financial crisis their poor parents are struggling to fulfil the daily needs of the family and hardly get any time to look after their children and their education. AADHAAR is a program under which Lakshya will provide these children free tuition classes in their area, regular health check-ups , career guidance & counselling, personality development courses, vocational trainings for skill enhancement, sports & games, music and art classes. Extracurricular activities, competitions, regular guidance, timely feedback and meeting with parents will also be the part of this program. Presently organization is worked in sec-1, J. J. Colony, Dwarka, New Delhi Almost 100 children have been benefitted till now under this program. As a point of primary importance the purpose is to ensure holistic development of future citizens in the most humane and responsible environment.
AADHAAR classes for underprivileged children living in resettlement colonies and studying in government schools or in local private school. Main motive of this program is developing interest in studies , improving performance in school and academics, improved personality, self- confidence, thinking abilities, utilising, their time in constructive and positive way and regularising their energy in academics and related tasks.
SHISHU KAKSH – Wherein crèche facilities were provided to the children of age 2.5-5 years of working mothers living in resettlement colonies sec-1 Dwarka.


Health Care

Free health check-ups.

Health Awareness camps


Drug De-addiction awareness camp.

Women health, hygiene and nutrition.


Environment

Awareness camps and campaigns

Tree plantation drive


Sanitation awareness

Project VAIMALYA under Swachh Bharat Abhiyan


Solid Waste Management


Women Empowerment

Awareness through group meetings

Expert talk and interactive session on women health.