Fulfilling Dreams of the Vulnerable and Marginalized in Society

Our Impact


Underprivileged children educated

Freed from sex-slavery

Prisoners were provided legal help

Secured in Homes

Stories of Hope and Change

Read stories of how individuals partnership with Sahaara had helped change lives of the underprevileged and needy.

Ram finds help!

20-year-old Ram* hails from Uttar Pradesh where his aged parents and two younger sisters reside. He is a quiet person by nature. He began his studies in Bachelor in Science (BSc), but gave it up and came to Mumbai in the year 2016 in search for a job in order to...

A Second Chance

Desperation makes people do things often leading to regret. Mallika* was a victim of desperation before being labelled a criminal. Trapped in an abusive marriage at a young age of 23, she was burdened with providing for her two children. Mallika’s husband, the sole...

To a place of safety

Sonia* is like any other teen her age. She is a bright child who easily makes friends, likes to go to movies, takes part in sports, and she loves art and craft. But eight years ago, life for young Sonia was not this secure. Sonia had grown up calling the dangerous...

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Virtuous despite her misfortune!

Human trafficking in India is a growing epidemic in our country. According to the Global Slavery Index, 2016 there are 6 victims for every thousand people. (The Global Slavery Index report, 2016) and the number is growing. The crime of human trafficking is heinous and...

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Living her days in safety

 The victims of human trafficking are a growing number in India. Many of these victim’s next generation are born into slavery. A girl child born to a commercial sex worker lives in high risk of either being trafficked or being forced into the trade by her own...

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She got a chance to fulfil her dream

It took *Khushi almost a year to first speak to us about that fateful day when she was tricked into moving to Mumbai with the promise of a better life. Instead, she found herself trapped in the slavery of the sex trade. Four years into her marriage, Khushi was...

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from our volunteers



Pillai College Graduate

I had a good experience volunteering with Sahaara and I did something like this for the first time. I was excited about teaching the basics to the children at Sahaara’s Education Centres in Turbhe and Ghatkopar. The children were so fun loving and intelligent. They were eager to know more about the world outside.

Naveen Nair

Naveen Nair

Pillai College Graduate

I want to thank the staff at Sahaara for providing me an opportunity to intern with Sahaara. It was agreat experience sharing my knowledge and skills to those highly-talented and eager-to-learn children. They were all so cooperative and I hope they will use the knowledge we shared with them in the future.

Raashi Shetty

Raashi Shetty


I am very grateful to Sahaara for giving me an opportunity to volunteer with them to make a difference and create change. The teachers at the Education Centres are really supportive and co-operative as well. I enjoyed my time teaching the children at Sahaara as they are really keen on learning something new each day.

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