SAFP Experience 2002-2020

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Sathi all for Partnerships (SAFP) believes that resources of the world belong to all living beings and for each to live in dignity roles and responsibilities need to be revised and reorganised. Un equal distribution in resource share has led to disharmony and this could be rectified by planning and advocacy with compassion and collaboration.

For more information please click on power point presentation on  SAFP – an overview.   and SAFP information brochure 2014

SAFP  works on the resource gap of the excluded by focusing on (i) woman’s access to resources and (ii) well-being especially of those with psycho social disorders to live a life with dignity.  Our belief in positive thought promotes action with specific constituencies. We are following an Overview Plan 2025 that guides our work to promote solutions  researched in house to overcome challenges faced especially in multi cultural urban settings.

SAFP seeks support to develop SCAN ( Safe Care Aware Neighborhoods). This concept was suggested by Ms Sunita Kotnala SAFP Adviser based in Sydney. As a former employee of the police department she could suggest security gap in the Indian setting. Thus safeguarding work began for SAFP in east Delhi  to co create activities that get the young girls and boys and elders to work together on community projects that have potential to build skills for financial empowerment. Our vision for local work is explained in this power point presentation SCAN Oct 2014

By 2025 SAFP will set up its wellness road map for sustainable development led by Ms Pranjali Malhotra Director Wellness Program . Partner with us any way you can.

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