Sambhav Foundation

Empowers women, youth and differently abled people by helping them access education, imparting employable skills and linking them to good employment opportunities

  • Started: 2013
  • Bangalore, Karnataka

About

The Sambhav Foundation works to drive transformation in the lives of underprivileged women, youth and differently-abled through educational reforms, s Read morekilling and connecting them to favourable employment opportunities. It helps to create infrastructure, recruits trained faculty to impart vocational skills and a technology-enabled learning environment also motivating community involvement in its efforts. It identifies skill gaps, provides upskilling and supports newly trained individuals in securing appropriate employment. It encourages entrepreneurship by providing mentoring, networking, and developing ecosystems to help entrepreneurs prosper.

Sectors

  • Specially Abled
  • Employment
  • Health
  • Education

Sub Sectors


  • Dairy & Fishery
  • Civic Issues
  • Health & Family Welfare
  • Micro SMEs
  • Poverty
  • Vocational Training
  • Women Empowerment
  • Youth

Demographies Served

  • Youth
  • Women
  • Specially Abled

Impact

Sambhav Foundation has impacted 10 lakh livelihoods, covered 12,000+ pin codes, 2,000+ employee teams, incubated 13,000+ micro enterprises, 5,000+ extended employees and 800+ schools.

Programs

  • Decent Livelihoods Programme

    It promotes gainful livelihoods by encouraging community-based entrepreneurship providing experience-based learning facilities with trained faculty, empowering women and youth through access to quality learning, relevant mentoring, providing on-the-job training opportunities leading to dignified livelihoods with transparency and accountability, access to social security and transformation of the eco-system to support beneficial advocacy and growth.

  • Health for All Programme

    It is working in the healthcare space to supplement the existing infrastructure of public and community healthcare centres, by strengthening their capacities and providing trained personnel for additional support.

    It includes training support and knowledge transmission to ASHA and Anganwadi workers to enable entrepreneurship and long-term hand-holding support. It also spreads know-how in the community and arms it with the correct information to fight diseases, change traditional mindsets and introduce behaviour change towards better hygiene practices.

  • Quality Education Programme

    Through its Quality Education Programme, the Foundation seeks to improve school education by creating an enabling environment through infrastructure, trained faculty, access to opportunities and basic amenities, use of technology to impart skills, providing mentoring, development of enabling networks and giving future skills like digital literacy.

    It also empowers differently-abled people by providing them with life skills, access to basic health infrastructure and developing an enabling eco-system with the help of Government partnership and appropriate policy implementation.

Impact Metrics

  • Women trained for skill and entrepreneurship development

    Program Name

    Program Sakshi

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2018 5053
    • 2019 5000
    • 2020 4500
  • Provided vocational training

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2018 29884
    • 2019 100000
    • 2020 11000
    • 2021 2400

Leadership Team

  • Gayathri Vasudevan

    Chief Impact Officer

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  • Nanda Kishore M

    Chief Financial Officer

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  • Dr. Batool Fatima

    Senior Vice-President

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  • Ashim Tuli

    Operations & Process Head

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Registration Details

  • PAN Card

    AAHTS0700L

  • Registration ID
    196/2006-2007, Book IV, CO-SR1061
  • VO ID / Darpan ID
    KA/2017/0155679
  • 12A

    DIT(E)/BLR/12A/S-1859/E-3/2007-2008

  • 80G

    DIT(E)BLR/80G(R)/249/AAHTS0700L/ITO(E)-3/Vol2009-2010

  • FCRA

    094421509

  • CSR Registration Number

    CSR00000475

Location

Project Location

Headquarters

182, 1st floor, 2nd main road, 2nd cross, Nagarabhavi main road, Canara bank colony

Projects in States

West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Bihar, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Delhi

Other Details

  • Type & Sub Type

    Non-profit
    Trust

  • Employees

    100+

Financial Details

 Income / Expenses
Breakdown
2020-21
Income
Rs.334,040,560
Expenses
Rs.312,099,491
Program Expenses
Rs.271,686,567
Other Expenses
Rs.40,412,924