CO-FOUNDER RED BRIGADE TRUST, BAL MANCH, ORANGE CAFE, INDIA
“Each of us can help many people. If all of us take on social ills in our communities we can heal our society. It need not take long and it is highly rewarding.”
Extreme poverty, injustice, lack of access to education, child labor, violence and sexual abuse of children, street harassment, rape, acid attacks, abandonment of victims, murder can be listed as “the top ten” of urban Indian challenges.
Ajay co-leads a bundle of successful initiatives to tackle each of them. He is their “english voice” to the world, since the young activist women speak Hindi. In these poor neighborhoods, there is little access to foreign language education. The young women’s priority is direct local action.
Together, we create international partnerships
- for support, dialogue, collaboration and friendship
- to create opportunities for the young women to learn, grow and earn incomes
- for travel, tourism and exchange
and to let the world benefit of their inspirational example.
security threats to girls
self-defense against sexual assault
good touch bad touch education
tribal children in poverty
Browse the profiles of
- Red Brigade Trust
- Orange Café
- Bal Manch (Pooja Vishwakarma)
for impressions of their high impact work. This is what’s going on on “the big stage”. Ajay can tell you about what happens behind the scenes, the planning, sad and joyful anecdotes, what’s next … and how you can take part.
Funds and gifts for above-mentioned programs are always greatly appreciated.
You have diverse options to contribute to these high impact initiatives, from funds to video-meetings and visits.
Ajay may come up with ideas for new programs or urgencies, also in response to your ideas and conversation.