Help give the underserved a better future
Help underprivileged children stay in school
Through its LAMP and Digital Equalizer programs, AIF provides consistent education to migrant children and bridges the educational and digital divide by ensuring both teachers and students are equipped with practical digital literacy skills.
Help newborns live a healthy life
Through the MANSI (Maternal and Newborn Survival Initiative) program, AIF provides preventative and curative care for both mothers and newborns ensuring they have the care they need to prepare for, survive, and thrive during and after pregnancy.
Help the disadvantaged stand on their feet
AIF has several livelihood programs aimed at providing the rural youth, marginalized labor in urban centers, and the disabled earning opportunities by empowering them through skills training and developing their entrepreneurial skills.
Established in 2001 under the aegis of President Bill Clinton and Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee, AIF is committed to alleviating poverty for India's underprivileged, with a special focus on women, children, and youth.
To date, AIF has impacted almost 13 million lives across 35 states and union territories of India.