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Sambhali Trust

Org #5798
Vetted since 2010 Site Visit Verified
2007
year founded
$68,613
raised on GlobalGiving
10
years fundraising
7
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

In Hindi, Sambhali means "strenghening of the deprived." Sambhali Trust is an NGO based in Jodhpur, focused on the development and empowerment of marginalized women and girls in Rajasthan. We believe in a grassroots model for lasting, community-driven empowerment fostering dignity and self-confidence--encouraging deprived Rajasthani women to reclaim their worth. We work througout Jodhpur and the surrounding Thar desert with women and children experiencing discrimination and violence on a daily basis due to their low economic, gender, and caste status. These women face extreme poverty and social exclusion, deprived of education, health, and legal resources. Many lack any autonomy i... read more

Project Leaders
Govind Rathore
Govind Rathore
Team
Govind Singh Rathore, Corinne Rose, Ernestine Badegruber, Shyama Tanwar, Vimlesh Solanki
Organization Information
Setrawa House, 1 K N Girls' College Road, Raikabagh
Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001
India
0091-0-291-2512361
Organization Information
Setrawa House, 1 K N Girls' College Road, Raikabagh
Jodhpur, Rajasthan 342001
India
0091-0-291-2512361

Project Reports

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Jan 11, 2021
Project Update
Nirbhaya/SOS Project Since October 2020, this project has been expanded because of the need of more professional help during the pandemic for those suffering from domestic abuse.  Sambhali Trust...
Sep 8, 2020
Project Update
SOS Update  September 2020 Apologies for the late update! Sambhali has been very involved during the height of the pandemic in feeding nearly 550 families in the rural desert area of Setrawa...
Jul 20, 2020
Project Update
During this pandemic, whilst Sambhali has needed to close its projects, the SOS HelpLine has remained open. We have had calls over the last few months, the majority of which have been regarding...
 
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