Combats caste-based exploitation and human trafficking by advocating for prevention, rehabilitation, and defending the rights of women and children

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  • Headquarters

    Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

  • Since


Samvedna focuses on combating caste-based commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking within the Bedia and the Bachhra community. It follows Read morea dual strategy: helping victims recover and reintegrate while also preventing vulnerability through advocacy. Education for Bedia children and community development are key aspects, challenging the patriarchal mindset. Its vision is for a fairer society, ensuring all, especially girls and women, have equal chances to reach their full potential. The mission is to fight human trafficking, sexual abuse, and forced prostitution, prioritizing a safer world for women and children, and defending their rights and dignity. Its objectives encompass protecting women and children from intergenerational forced prostitution and trafficking threats, defending their rights, offering support for education, health, and livelihoods, and aiding survivors throughout the prevention-to-rehabilitation journey.

Demographies Served


  • Pahal Programme

    Its initiative, Pahal, stands as the initial stride towards securing a promising future for all the children under its care. This programme unites diverse stakeholders, including parents, educators, and education officials, to guarantee unrestricted access to high-quality education for these children.

  • Pankh Programme

    Its programme, Pankh, endeavours to empower children residing in villages by imparting them with the wings of knowledge, and nurturing them to become motivations of change within their local village and community settings. Pankh Classes, designed to tackle a spectrum of issues, are led by Educators selected by Samvedna in every project village, aiming to address diverse educational needs.

  • Udaan Programme

    To enable children to envision a future free from marginalization, the organisation recognizes the necessity of relocating them from their current surroundings to an environment abundant with possibilities and prospects. To fulfill this objective, it transports children to Bhopal and facilitates their enrollment in local schools and Government-run hostels. These hostels not only offer distance from their villages but also create an atmosphere conducive to focused studies, allowing the children to concentrate on their education.

  • Lakshya Programme

    As an extension of its Pankh and Udaan initiatives, Lakshya strives to foster self-reliance among Bedia children pursuing higher education. Recognizing education and alternative livelihoods as the key to breaking the cycle of caste-based prostitution, the organisation facilitates their entry into professional courses like Law, Nursing, Fashion Designing, ITI, Teaching, and more, aiming to broaden their opportunities for a sustainable future.

  • Ya Se Eureka Programme

    Eureka represents a collection of concepts and a diverse range of methods to impart these concepts to children. It operates as a non-formal education platform, aiming to raise awareness among children regarding their social environment and empowering them to view their immediate reality from a rights-based perspective. Seeking to enhance primary school retention, the programme integrates non-formal education elements within the formal school setting to bridge the gap between formal and non-formal education approaches.

Impact Metrics

  • Number of Students Who Have Cleared Their Senior Secondary and Higher Secondary School Examinations Through Madhya Pradesh Open School

    Program Name

    Pahal Programme

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2017-18 7
    • 2018-19 8
    • 2019-20 13
  • Number of Children Enrolled in Pankh Education Aid Classes

    Program Name

    Pankh Programme

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2017-18 76
    • 2018-19 182
    • 2019-20 195
  • Number of Students Enrolled in the Udaan Programme

    Program Name

    Udaan Programme

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2017-18 13
    • 2018-19 50
    • 2019-20 61

Leadership Team

  • Dr. Trupti Jhaveri


  • Dr. Veerendra Mishra

    Board Member

  • Prashant Dubey

    Board Member

  • Advaita Marathe

    Board Member

  • Anjali Noronha

    Board Member


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  • Headquarters

    E-7/147, Manas Residency, Second Floor, Lala Lajpat Rai Society, Arera Colony, Bhopal, 462016


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