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Amrit Turns 5!!

Seasons have come and gone, buds have bloomed and wilted; but we here at Amrit have retained our brightness and have kept ourselves growing! Working towards a dream of an inclusive society. Today is Amrit’s 5th Birthday!! From being envisioned as an information clearing house on intellectual and developmental challenges to achieving all the milestones […]

Winner of eNGO Challenge Award

Amrit Foundation of India was delighted to be the winner of the 5th eNGO Challenge Award in the category of Digital Empowerment and Tools. We received this award for our Services Bank – Swechha! We were proud to share the award with esteemed organizations such as Helpage India and Salaam Namaste. We were invited to be […]

Hurrayy!! Disabilities Bill Passed!!

16 December 2016 was a momentous day for us! The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Bill, 2016, which had been pending for more than two years, was finally passed in the Lok Sabha. The Rajya Sabha had passed the bill on 14 December 2016. The bill will replace the PwD Act, 1995 which was enacted […]

Fun at The Phoenix Project

We partnered with Sports Group Asia for The Phoenix Project which is a 5 km long obstacle course designed to test physical and mental fitness. The event took place in Gurgaon on 4th December 2016 and also featured the Nixie Project – a 1 km obstacle course for children between 6 to 18 years and […]

#WeAllFitIn Campaign update

Our #WeAllFitIn Campaign is well under way! We have conducted sensitisation workshops for students at The Srijan School, Amity University, Jamia Milia Islamia, Lady Shri Ram College, Sri Venkateswara College and IILM. Overall, we have sensitised 350 students as part of #WeAllFitIn 2016. If you would like us to conduct workshops in a school or […]

ULPT at Srijan – A sporty event!

Our fifth Under the Little Peepul Tree event was a grand collaboration with The Srijan School, Model Town and The Phoenix Project. We organized a sports day for children with special needs and had games like hurdle race, football and target practice. More than 50 children participated with students from The Srijan School itself as […]

Services Bank Launched!

Our brand new, easy-to-use, much anticipated Services Bank is live! Browse through our extensive directory of service providers to find the help your child needs. The video below is a quick guide on how to use the Services Bank. Get in touch with us if you need any further help.

Our latest video

With just a week left for our highly anticipated Services Bank launch, we have created a video that explains what the Services Bank is, how it can be useful and why you should use it. Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21ES1QQiHP0. We hope this video make you as excited about the launch of our brand new Services Bank […]

Welcome to our new website!

If you’re a regular visitor, you may have noticed that we have made some changes to our website. We hope you like the design and find it easier to access the information you are looking for! There may be some hiccups whilst we fine-tune the new website, so please bear with us. Let us know […]

Amrit’s New Year’s newsletter, 2016

Happy New Year! The 9th issue of Amrit’s newsletter is a special on Cerebral Palsy: Did you know that 50-70% of people with CP have full mental capacities? Read more in our newsletter…

Data collection gets underway for the Patang Survey

Amrit, Amaltas and Sigma are collaborating to interview 1,200 caregivers and service providers across Delhi to give you the real picture of what barriers children with challenges face as they grow and learn. Some of you may be approached by our partners to participate – please help! Find out more about the Patang Survey.

Looking for Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer in Hauz Khas Deer Park!

On Sunday 13 December, we gathered in Hauz Khas Deer Park for the second of our “Under the Little Peepul Tree” events. The theme of the event was Christmas so we made Santa masks and sang carols. We saw plenty of deer but unfortunately couldn’t find Rudolph! Read more about “Under the Little Peepul Tree”.