Thaiba Heritage

Thaiba Heritage is a non-profit organisation, established in 2011 that works primarily in the domain of Education, Water, Food & Nutrition, Sanitation, Skill Development and Livelihoods. Its primary office is in New Delhi, Delhi.

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  • 12A
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  • Headquarters

    New Delhi, Delhi

  • Since


Delhi Thaiba Heritage is a non-profit organization launched in 2011, working for the social, cultural, educational, and economic uplift of the indigen Read moret populace in the northern states of India. We are undertaking wide-ranging activities in 8 states of India by leading several projects in various fundamental realms of human life like education, drinking water, health, shelter, food, cultural centers, and other welfare enterprises.

Vision & Mission

A world where all people can lead a dignified life and contribute positively to society through eradicating poverty and imparting quality education.

To impart inclusive and quality education to vulnerable children by ensuring healthy lives for all and ending hunger and poverty in society

Donor History

Mis Sany
Al Ameen
Krishna Kumar


  • Blanket Distribution

    Blanket distribution is a program to save the lives of homeless people from the bone-chilling cold of North Indian States

  • Food on Wheels

    Food is not just a meal, but it is more than just a meal. Food on wheels is a mobile food truck aims to provide nutritious meals to underprivileged children in various communities and encourage them to education. Here, we food use as an attractive tool for education. It delivers basic education training to children from impoverished communities of slums and remote villages without any disparities along with feeding them nutritious food through learning centres.

  • Pahli Bell

    Pahli Bell is an educational program for children from socially and economically backward families. The project aims to provide high-quality education to dropout students, first learners and children from vulnerable communities. The project will bring back out-of-school children to formal schooling and equip children with language skills and 21st-century life skills. Pahli Bell program is running through Thaiba Learning Centers.

  • Meeta Pani - Drinking water project

    Meta Pani project address the issue of a safe source of drinking water in schools, villages, and slums. The organization implemented different types of borewells and water resources including community water tanks, handpumps, motor pumps, sarkari pumps etc. in several locations that the communities can have both drinking water and irrigation together.

  • Public Toilet Projects

    It is disappointing to note that in this modern age, there is no place of convenience in many north Indian villages. This has resulted in the practice of open defecation, and they depend on farms and bushes for open defecation. The contaminating effects of open defecation affect women and children deeply. Our Public Toilet project is a critical step towards Improving access to sanitation and reducing diseases due to the unhygienic condition. We construct clean toilets in villages, schools, and slums. As of 2024, we can constructed 50 public toilets across north India

  • Monthly Ration

    Monthly ration is a food security scheme for people with disabilities, aged people, widows, orphans, and women headed families. Thaiba distributes cooking kits to the above-mentioned families monthly.

  • Ham Bhi Chale

    Ham Bhi Chale is an educational program to empower children from backward classes through comprehensive digital literacy training, bridging learning gaps, and developing 21st-century life skills

  • Food on Wheels Life School

    The "Food on Wheels Life School" is an innovative initiative aimed at achieving zero hunger and providing quality education to children from underprivileged communities in northern India. The tagline of the project, “Love-Lunch-Learn, “highlights the core values of the initiative. The project's activities are multifaceted, using food as an attractive tool. Initially, the team distributes food to engage with these communities and motivate children to participate in the program. Once the children are engaged, the it establishes well-structured learning centers where children receive food, education, and learning materials. The curriculum encompasses life skills, literacy, and numeracy training. Upon completion, the children are enrolled in schools, with the project sponsoring their educational expenses, thereby empowering them to break the cycle of poverty. The “Food on Wheels Life School” is an excellent replicable model which shows how food can be used for social impact.

Impact Metrics

  • Number of Blanket Distributed

    Program Name

    Blanket Distribution

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2022-23 288
  • Improved Living Conditions

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  • Total Student Enrollment at Thaiba Learning Centers

    Program Name

    Education Projects

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2022-23 1000
  • Regular Attendance at Centers

    Program Name

    Education Projects

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2022-23 900
  • Monthly Ration Provided

    Program Name

    Monthly Ration

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2022-23 112
  • Literacy Classes Conducted

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    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2022-23 250
  • Number of Meals Provided

    Program Name

    Food on Wheels

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2022-23 82437
  • Number of Wells Constructed

    Program Name

    Meeta Pani

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2022-23 78

Theory of Change

We are working to improve education outcomes in a low-income community. We are addressing the issue of poverty, drinking water issues, health problems, lack of skill development training among the vulnerable communities. We can bring change by providing resources, proper training, support, awareness and follow-ups.

Leadership Team

  • Muhammed Shafi P

    Managing Director

  • Muhammed P T


  • Ahammed Musthaque N K

    Finance Director

  • Mithilaj T N

    Project Director

  • Muhammed Shahid


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  • 12A


  • 80G


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  • 2021-22

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  • 2022-23

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