Our Work Key Focus
Apeksha’s prime approach of every initiative is holistic development of children from under-privileged communities. Apeksha endeavors towards to create the...
Women’s social, economical and political empowerment Apeksha promotes women’s collectives that provide economic, social and political independence to women. We...
Sustainable Agriculture and Livelihood Development Sustainable agriculture and rural development are integral and necessary components of sustainable development. For securing...
Our Achievement Our Achievement
1025 Villages Reached
142 Families Reached
102436 People Directly Benefited
234526 Women Benefited
5674 Children Benefited
Journey of APEKSHA Journey of APEKSHA
Stores of Change Stores of Change

Say No to Child Labour

Ajnali Bapuram Dhande, 14 Years, Chaurakund village. “I am happy that I got the opportunity to continue my education. I want to become a good teacher in future and educate children in my community,” My village is situated in a remote area. My parents are illiterate and have a small...

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Back to school

Priyanka, 14 years, Kasaikheda, Dharani tribal area “I love to go to school and meet my new friends!” I had to leave school after 7th standard to help at home. I was doing household work, looking after my uncle’s small children and also working in the fields at times. My...

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Saknu can support her family by selling fish

Saknu Bai, 50 years, Rangubeli village “River is revered as our mother. Now it has also become a source of livelihood for me. Now, I can earn enough to look after my family properly” “Economic situation of my family is critical as we do not have any land of our...

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A step ahead towards self-reliance

“Namaste! I am Sangita Dipakrao Shende, 39 years old. I live in Songaon village of Chandur block of Amravati district. My husband is an agricultural labourer. I have two children Divya (15 years) and Gaurav (12 years), studying in 9th and 6th class respectively. I am a member of my...

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My dream fulfilled

Maujilal Dadu Jawarkar (48) lives in Dharakot village of Dharani block, “Now my dream of having a house is fulfilled as we are living happily in our new house”, says Maujilal. Maujilal lives with 4 other members in his family. He has land of 5 acres. He and his family...

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Our Network Partners Our Network Partners
India
Unisef
Save the Child
Oxfam
Habitat
Gov of India
Cry