STEP: Education for all

There is no doubt education is the most powerful catalyst for social transformation and it is the passport to the future as the great visionary Malcolm X stated once. Unfortunately, for the poor and destitute of our country, seeking quality education is still a dream. Very often their poverty compel them to engage in child labor at the very early …

Community centers

A community center is opened for riot effected families under ladder foundation of India in Kandhala village of Shamli district, UP. The center which mainly includes a prayer hall and an educational center, is providing both secular and moral education for school dropouts and children on free of coast. The center is located in a colony, populated by 250 families …

Refugee rehabilitation

Rohingya refugee crisis is one of the major crises in the world today. United nations has termed these refugees as stateless and they have also been described as one of the most prosecuted minorities. The Ladder Foundation gives much importance to provide good quality education for the refugee children as education is one of the most powerful vehicles of social …

MUZAFFARNAGAR BAITHU RAHMA; HOUSE OF MERCY

Muzaffarnagar Baithu Rahma project is a post-violence Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) rehabilitation program successfully implemented by the IUML party. Taking inspiration from Kerala model of people funded housing project, Muzafar Nagar Baithu Rahma project provided more than sixty houses to the riot displaced people from Muzafarnagar and its adjacent districts.

Rohingya Refugee Rehabilitation

About The Rohingyas are a stateless minority community from Myanmar. Around 40000 Rohingya refugees are living in India including toddlers, old men, and women. They have nothing and they need everything. They were forced to flee their homeland, leaving their wealth, tradition, and living space behind. They faced inhuman barbaric atrocities at the hands of both people and the state.

Drinking Water Project in Jharkhand

Water is inalienable to human life. Since millenniums, humans settled on the banks of rivers. Their life, culture, civilization all were formed on the banks of the river. Denying someone of drinking water even during the war is considered a deceitful move. The United Nations (UN) lists access to the drinking water as part of the basic human right.  People venerated river …