Hamari Pari Programs
Life Skills Development and School Enrollment
We are supporting 8,000 girl children in Delhi to impart life skills with a major focus on school enrollment,attending classes regularly and moving to next grade. With the help of professional non-government organizations, we are also making these children and their families aware of the importance of completing their education and saying no to child marriages.
With an aim to help children find their calling in science, we have initiated the Mobile Science Lab (MSL) project in 3 states. The lab has given more than 70,000 exposures to students and teachers in various schools. The objective of this is to enhance understanding about basic science concepts among children with help of more than 150 hands-on science models, which covers wide range of topics in physics, chemistry and biology. The beneficiaries of the project are primarily children enrolled in classes 8 to 10.
EduConnect– a Career Counseling
To provide career counseling and guidance to 21,000 Girl students in 200+ Schools in Patiala district of Punjab, Jaipur and Alwar district of Rajasthan and Rewari district of Haryana. Career assessment tests including quantitative and subjective questionsare also conducted and a report is generated detailing the top careers suited for the students. It also has a detailed analysis of their personality, interest and aptitude. Professional counselors provide career counseling to the students.
Scholarship to Students
To encourage bright girl students, academic excellence awards are given to support their higher education. To strengthen girl child education, girls from various ASHA Centers were acknowledged and honored for their quest for excellence in education by providing them Fixed Deposit Certificates.
The Project Shiksha focuses on girl child empowerment through education by running program through Step Up and Samarth centre. The Step up centre focuses on girls coming from underprivileged backgrounds who could not attend school and are not at par with regular school goers. The centre prepares the girls to enter the school at an appropriate grade as per their age and lay foundation for their better schooling. On the other hand, Samarth centre ensures that the older girls do not drop out of school due to community pressure and other social stresses that they face on everyday basis. Our NGO partner also engage with parents of girls to sensitize them about issues related to significance of education for girls development.
Projects to empower Women Police Officials
Mobilizing the Women Cops : Women empowerment as part of Hero We Care has spread across country. We are working with various state Police departments to empower Women Police through mobility support.
Hero MotoCorp has extended it's partnership with state police department of 8 state by handing over 941 two wheeler's. Now empowered with scooters and motorcycles of their own, they are confident of responding to more calls from women and keep-ing a promise of safety as well as swift action in case of an urgency.
Project Maitri in Madhya Pradesh , Project Sakhi in Haryana, She team in Telangana, Lady police unit in Rajasthan, Project Cheeta in Uttrakhand, Project Garud in Uttar Pradesh & Project Bilasa Shakti in Chhattisgarh
SOS Village Support
100 orphaned /abandoned children and 20 parentless / destitute children from 2 family homes are being supported for education, health, nutrition and holistic development, through this support every child will enjoy their fundamental right; Right to participate, Right to development, Right to protection and Right to Survival at SOS village Jaipur.
Supporting Beti Bachao Beti Padao
The Beti Padao, Beti Bachao message was introduced from the prime minister’s office and seeing its significance, we committed to support the initiative though our CSR efforts focused at the girl child. Apart from the many programmes and activities that we run under Hamari Pari, one significant engagement was our association with the ‘Selfie with Daughters’ initiative of Punjab Kesari.The campaign spread awareness about gender equality via mass participation of people across India.
'Ek Pahal' is about making women self-reliant and empowered by teaching them the crucial skill of two-wheeler riding. This initiative has been undertaken by Hero MotoCorp Ltd., in partnership with the Government of Haryana, and United Nations Development Programs (UNDP) and it aims to teach two-wheeler riding to girls studying in the Women Industrial Training Institute ( ITIs) based at Haryana. This is our bit towards enabling independent mobility of women. The idea is to train women in riding two-wheelers so that they are not dependent on others for their commute. While the first two-wheeler training school for women was set up at Bhagat Phool Singh Mahila Vishwavidyalaya in Khanpur Kalan, Sonipat Haryana, the project has expanded wings and training centers are now operational at nine women ITIs in Haryana. More than 1000 girls have already been trained on two wheeler riding skills running in 9 ITI and 1 Women University in Haryana.
The program includes a 20 Hrs of theory and minimum 40 Hrs of practical training session spread over a month. During the training, bicycles would be provided to those girls who do not know cycling, this would help them to learn proper balancing techniques before they start the two-wheeler training program.