Our Work

Our Initiatives :

Paper Dreams .Life Skill Foundation partnered with Ahmedabad Rural Police “Suraksha Setu “ to produce Newspaper bags through group of women from police lines and economically weaker section of society around police lines. 

The goal is to create Eco-Friendly Newspaper Bags to reduce the use of plastic/brown carry bags in Ahmedabad while also providing a source of income for women from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. These are the two motivating causes for our initiative "Paper Dreams."

Makarba, Sanand, Viramgam, and Dholka have skill development facilities to help the poorest and most vulnerable members of society become financially secure and productive through entrepreneurship.

Workshops on legal literacy with the goal of raising knowledge regarding working women's protection and security. In collaboration with Ahmedabad City Police, we organised 470 workshops in various companies in Ahmedabad until March 2019. More than 18000 men and women participated in this project. These workshops address laws, basic safety tips, and different Ahmedabad City Police programmes.

Knowledge partner for the Student Police Cadet (SPC) in Gujarat, creating content for indoor sessions and organising Train the Train workshops for the SPC state Nodal office in 33 districts across Gujarat. Every month, we hold 38 Train the Trainer workshops across Gujarat, with Community Police Officers (CPOs) in attendance. More than 2000 teachers were trained in Gujarat, affecting nearly 55,000 children. We maintained this initiative online with Google Meet and Google Classroom in recent years.

An endeavour to create Online Education frameworks for institutions that aim to meet the demands of their students by providing them with a learning system that allows them to learn at home with the touch of a mouse. Teachers are given training on online applications such as Google Meet, Google Forms, and Google Classroom.

"Career Discovery Program" bring together regional business and industry, educational institutes, organisations, and volunteers to present an engaging, hands-on career discovery event for our public and private school tenth, eleventh, and twelfth-grade students through the Career Discovery programme.

We offer free counselling to students whose families have a below-poverty-line card. Currently, we are only equipped to provide these services to students in Gujarat as we have a physical presence here. Students outside Gujarat are guided online.