Aseem Foundation works for youth and women empowerment in regions near India's borders.
Aseem Foundation was established with a universal theme cutting across economic, social, religious or ideological differences to change the society. It resolves to bridge minds who want to change things for better through its work in the fields of Education, Entrepreneurship and Development.
We are a non-governmental organization committed for Developing and establishing connections between the people from the disturbed Border regions and from the rest of India.
Volunteers of Aseem have been active since 2002 in the Kashmir region.
The NGO was registered in the year 2010, and has been growing ever since.
Our work is an outcome of a heartfelt and emotional experience turned into a logical mission to achieve trust through interaction and development.
This work is a small and simple step to extend this interaction beyond the superficial discussions. The human connection, the link and the bond in a personal relation, can go beyond regional, political, religious, linguistic or any other barriers. We intend to establish this communication between the people of such disturbed regions near India's borders (including the north-eastern states) and the people living in the rest of India.
Trust cannot be achieved through fleeting interaction but needs sustainable and enduring efforts. A sustainable interaction intended for development can go leaps and bounds to achieve confidence amongst people.
Aseem has based its work on the triad of communication-trust-development.
Our work is primaily concentrated into three areas:
1. Education: Providing different opportunities of Education to the people in border areas of India.
2. Social Entrepreneurship: Creating different avenues of Enterprise by utilizing local resources in the border regions areas of India
3. Research & Awareness: Systematic research about the problems faced by citizen in border areas, and Creating awareness in the rest of India.
For more information about the projects, please see the Projects section of the website.