We look for projects that:
- deal with education of underprivileged children in India, and perhaps related issues of vocational training, health care, school meals
- are strictly secular and expressly non-discriminatory (based on religion, color, race, caste, sex etc.)
- are well-defined, have definite goals in the short term, and focus on self-sustainability in the long term
We realize that you are involved in important work in India, and wish to make the process of applying for Asha collaboration as time-efficient as possible. The best way to apply is to complete the initial project proposal form and upload it here.
If you’d like to see detailed project selection criteria, you can view them here.