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The Foundation was set up for the following purposes:

MISSION: To contribute to the advancement of socially inclusive programmes that empower vulnerable and underprivileged youth, providing them with opportunities to enjoy equal access to education, health services, technologies, as well as to learn about global issues that will impact their lives. And to call world leaders to make this world a better place through Integrity, Justice & Peace.

AIMS & PURPOSE: 1. To contribute towards the advancement of vulnerable and underprivileged children and youth, with socially inclusive programmes that protect and empower them; 2. To provide opportunities to enjoy equal access to quality education, vocational training, healthcare services and other opportunities; 3. To publish material in keeping with all the objectives; 4. To create awareness about global and domestic issues that will impact their lives; 5. To develop modalities and capabilities that assist in working with intergovernmental bodies, NGO’s, and academic institutions for strategising and shaping a better future in the nation of India; 6. To overcome national challenges of poverty, malnutrition and illiteracy; 7. To become a community of people learning to live with compassion, commitment and competence alongside all in India and the world.

MODALITIES: 1. To liaise with UN bodies across the globe for data mining, knowledge management, and reporting, which constitutes a way for leveraging respective strengths; 2. To build strengths that develop modern learning and training environments, platforms, tools, and methodologies which are based on state-of-art research, both technical and pedagogical; 3. To design and deliver innovative training to address needs of individuals, organisations and institutions; 4. To facilitate knowledge and experience-sharing through academic and research networks; 5. To conduct research and pilot innovative learning strategies, approaches and methodologies; 6. To advise and support central and state governments, UN and other partners with our findings of on-field work. 7. To embark on the journey of the UN's SDG's.


The Economic and Social Council is the principal body for coordination, policy review, policy dialogue and recommendations on economic, social and environmental issues, as well as implementation of internationally agreed development goals. It serves as the central mechanism for activities of the UN system and its specialized agencies in the economic, social and environmental fields, supervising subsidiary and expert bodies.  It has 54 Members, elected by the General Assembly for overlapping three-year terms. It is the United Nations’ central platform for reflection, debate, and innovative thinking on sustainable development.

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