Over the past 7 years, Raise India Foundation believes in providing all the resources to the needy to support & empower them to create their own fate. Raise India Foundation, among one of the most active NGO in India, works intensively through focused welfare projects in areas like education for poor children, healthcare for marginalized and vulnerable communities, community engagement through women empowerment, disaster management, skills training and livelihood for youth and save the environment. Raise India Foundation.


A person’s livelihood refers to their “means of securing the basic necessities (food, water, shelter and clothing) of life”. Livelihood is defined as a set of activities essential to everyday life that are conducted over one’s life span. Such activities could include securing water, food, fodder, medicine, shelter, clothing. An individual’s livelihood involves the capacity to acquire aforementioned necessities in order to satisfy the basic needs of themselves and their household.

The activities are usually carried out repeatedly and in a manner that is sustainable and providing of dignity..

The objective of the Sustainable Livelihood Program is to reduce poverty and inequality by generating employment among poor households and by moving highly vulnerable households into sustainable livelihoods and toward economic stability.

The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since Second World War. Every day, people are losing jobs and income, with no way of knowing when normality will return. The lockdown, in the wake of the covid-19 pandemic, has affected the lives of some of the most vulnerable communities across the country, such as migrant laborers, waste pickers, artisans and sex workers. It is to cushion the impact of the crisis on these sections, and to ensure their access to essentials, Raise India Foundation is working for them Day and Night. In this emergency situation Raise India Foundation helped those people who are daily wagers and don’t have any work to do during lockdown. Raise India Foundation distributed Dry Ration Kit to their Shikshalaya’s children families under project BHOOKH and KHANA KHILAO PUNYA KAMAO. These Shikshalaya families are either E-Rickshaw driver or labor people or rickshaw puller or house maid. These dry ration kits contains 5 kg atta, 5 kg rice 1 kg dal, 1 bottle cooking oil, 2 kg potatoes 2 kg onions.

In India, only 4.69 percent of the workforce has formal vocational skills compared to 60 to 90 percent of the workforce in developed countries. The youth of India is its untapped potential. 1 in every third person in the country is a youngster below the age of 24, yet most lack any formal exposure to skill development. Youth constitute a large chunk of the Indian workforce, yet 80% doesn’t possess any marketable skills. While the government has initiated several projects to address this gap through its Skill India Mission, there is an urgent need to empower more youngsters to create a robust workforce. This will not only help us meet the needs of the country’s industries but also enable more people to become financially independent.

Youngsters from disadvantaged communities are unable to avail any technical, vocational or professional skill training due to poverty, a lack of awareness and a lack of understanding of the job market. Youngsters living in underprivileged communities, lack employment opportunities and the chance to train themselves with the skills needed to pave the way for better employment. Today, Raise India Foundation have set up many skill training centres in rural India to deliver vocational training and help individuals get more employment opportunities.