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Empowerment through skills development

Sambhava Foundation, registered in the year 2008 under the Indian Trust Act 1882, was established to reinforce the spirit of social responsibility and carry out socially useful projects.

Sambhava Foundation has initiated a sponsorship programme to provide vocational education to resource poor girls. The idea behind this programme is to empower girls to make them economically independent. Read more

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Success Stories

  • Monika Saren

    Monika Saren

    "Kolkata SAI Archer, Monika Saren ranked 2nd in Indian senior Women Archery team. A promising young archer, she is likely to appear in Archery World Cup and Olympics for the country.

    Monika belongs to a tribal community whose family income amounts to Rs 4000 per month. Owing to her financial condition she could not possibly continue her training. Sambhava upon realising her potential supported her financially under its sports sponsorship program. Today she is making the country proud of her achievements."

  • Seema


    "After joining HUNAR, I got trained in retail sales associate and consequently got placed in Starbucks. After placement I was not only awarded with the Starbucks Jacket as the best employee but also got the Starbucks Certification in a very short span of time, which open doors to work in any Starbucks store across the world."

  • Shivani Singh

    Shivani Singh

    "After successful completion of two months of Sambhava’s HUNAR programme she got herself placed in a computer institute as a receptionist from where she is in a position to support her family and also continue her education."

  • Azeeza


    "Despite being a graduate I couldn’t find a job good enough to support my family. After joining Hunar training program I learned computer applications and polished by communication skills. Today I work as a receptionist at Shyam Designers & Consultants Pvt. Ltd. (South Extension, New Delhi). Hunar has actually changed the graph of my life"

  • Anita Kumari

    Anita Kumari

    She is the daughter of a daily wage labourer working at construction sites. Coming from a background where she was just able to get basic education, she qualified under the Hunar Training program.

    “I got myself enrolled in Hunar program and got a job as sales and marketing associate (Eureka Forbes). I can’t thank Bunyaad and Sambhava Foundation enough for making it possible”

    To cater to the qualification of Anita, the Hunar programme was tailored as per her skills. Instead of focussing on English as language of communication, she was trained in Hindi communication and personal grooming.

  • Preeti


    "It is all because of Sambhava and Bunyaad foundation who provided me with this opportunity. It is really a great initiative by Sambhava Foundation to handhold girls like me who come from disadvantaged background, train us and help us find the dignified livelihood. When I had nowhere to go, Samhava Foundation came as a ray of hope and fetched me a job at Relaince fresh. I am really thankful to both the organizations"

  • Priyanka


    "Priyanka is working as a level I Employee are Café Coffee Day (Saket). She is very happy and satisfied with her job as is now able to continue her education without any financial constraints. She is doing her B.A. Prog from Delhi University and is a perfect example of how determination can take you places."

  • Meenakshi


    "I got in touch with Bunyaad and got to know of their skills training project supported by Sambhava. I went through various counselling sessions and opted Retail Operations Course. The whole idea of undergoing this training program was to start earning through a job which I enjoy. I work at MAX Fashion- Women Section and have started saving money for my education"

  • Parveen


    "I completed one year Diploma in Apparel Manufacturing Technology from ATDC (Apparel Training & Design center), Okhla. It is all because of the support given to me by Sambhava both financially & emotionally that I got admission in the course and passed out with flying colours. I am proud to announce that I am working at Utsav Fashion."

  • Hari Devi (orthopedically challenged)

    "I am working at Hatsun – A retail outlet as Sales Executive. It is really a dream come true for me to earn decently. It is all because of sarthak and Sambhava that I gained confidence in myself"

  • Zikra

    "Thanks to Sambhava Foundation I am working as Professional in a Beauty Clinic. Now my dream has come true"

  • Neetu

    "It is because of sambhava that I am able to earn a livelihood for myself I am my much satisfied."

  • Rekha

    "I am very happy that I got the job at the fashion academy. I now want to go beyond to even better opportunity and I am willing to work hard for it".

  • Usha

    "Sambhava made me self reliant. It is only because of Sambhava that I am now dealing with the outside world on daily basis otherwise I was spending all my time at home. I feel complete now".

  • Shameem

    "After getting support from Sambhava I gained enough confidence to face the world now I feel like I can even do a lot better than my male colleagues".

  • Bristy Mukherjee

    Bristy Mukherjee

    "Bristy is a promising chess player. She has participated in many State, National and International level tournaments and bagged many medals. In 2011, she won Bronze Medal in Asian School Chess (Under 7 girls’ category). Recently, she has won Silver Medal in Individual and Gold Medal in Team India, in Asian Youth Chess Championship 2018 (Under 14 girls’ category) held in Chiangmai, Thailand in April. She is extremely talented and confident to achieve the International and Grand Master titles soon."

  • Nina Shil

    Nina Shil

    "Nina is a handball player of India. She was the captain of the Indian team for the Junior Handball Championship held in Hong Kong in 2017. Nina was adjudged the best goalkeeper. Team India got the Bronze medal in the IHF continental phase championship held in Thailand in 2017."