Kailash Foundation For Development (KFD), is a non-government and nonprofit organization operating in Madhya Pradesh this is only kind of organization which is 12A, 80G, ISO 9001:2008 Certified NGO. Which had its inception and subsequent registration in the year 1996. This organization was established by a group of committed individuals in order to render social services among the poor and needy.
The organization since its inception is striving to be a pioneer organization specializing at developing and empowering communities to improve their quality of life and become more productive. The organization had its focus attention towards the quality of life of the informal sector communities through interventions that promote sustainable development and empower them to foster their own development.
Kailash Foundation For Development
12A, 80G, ISO 9001:2008 Certified NGO
In the above context skill and entrepreneurship building can be viewed as an instrument to significantly enhance the generation of employment in to semi-skilled and semi-literate youth especially women.
The KFD reveal that delivery of appropriate business services will enable the minimally skilled and semi-literate youth to identify, establish, grow and diversify decent self-employment opportunities.
We work towards identifying the root causes of healthcare challenges, provide innovative solutions, and help implement secure and quality healthcare services in India.
KFD provides business counseling services to its internal and external stakeholders to identify, promote, upscale and monitor the enterprises.
KFD India's health, education, livelihood and disaster relief and response programmes bring lasting change in the lives and livelihoods of marginalized women and girls.
To Developing capacity of micro finance of Self Help Group and Common interest group and village/ slum dwellers
Financial linkages for enterprises through a range of opportunities is explored by KFD and implemented as per the needs of the enterprises.
KFD supports grassroots stakeholders to build community institutions comprising entirely of women from the community and managed by them.
Over time, different theories around poverty and women’s vulnerability or strengths have driven waves of competing organizing strategies.
Introduce ways to earn a decent livelihood, such as by raising chickens or irrigating fields, and encourage them to believe in themselves.
Link them to banks and markets to secure their incomes, and empower them to access government services and speak up for their rights.
We focus primarily on women because we believe that even people considered to be the most disadvantaged in society are capable of driving the change they need.