Project Location (N) New Delhi
Project Strategy Empowering children and adolescent girls from disadvantaged families through vocational training and non formal education
Organization ALAMB
Project Coordinator Puja Manglani
Organization Website
Project Status Ongoing
Vibha Funded Component Education, health, vocational training and computer education
Vibha Funding $9781.87(2014-15)
Beneficiary Age Children's Age-3-10 Yrs Adolescence Age- 14-16 Yr
Beneficiary Socio-economic Background Disadvantaged families from slums in New Delhi.
Beneficiaries 240 children
Cost per Beneficiary $2888.00
Address Plot No 13, Block-A, Om Vihar Phase-5
Near Holy International School
Haspatalwada Road, Uttam Nagar
West Delhi District, 110064
National Capital Territory of Delhi
Project Liaison Contact Vibha Project Lead

Alamb was established in 1992 by a group of experienced professionals who had been working in the development field for a long time. The main aim of the organization is to help people (specific target group being women and children of socio – economically weaker sections of society) be aware of their rights to education, good health and self-respect.

Problem: Violation of child rights, woman and child abuse, unemployment and discriminatory wages are among the big issues of the area along with sanitation, housing and poverty in slums.

Oppurtunity: Alamb believes that all children must have access to education and opportunities to improve their economic and social status and general quality of life

Solution: Alamb will facilitate this through providing support to children through remedial education and through practical skills enhancement for gainful employment.

Vibha Involvement: Vibha funds Education, health, vocational training and computer education

Progress: High percentage of children continue higher education. Many of their alumni have competed graduation and are gainfully employed. A number of them are employed by Alamb under its various program activities.