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Making teens live purposefully and positively by avoiding dangers lurking in society in the form of substance abuse, sexual abuse, social network abuse and alcoholism

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A small change of perception can make a big difference in the life of persons with disabilities. Become the change to make everyone more able.

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Cradle to School

Saving the girl child. Saving our future today

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‘School for Me too’.
We enable children with disabilities realize their Right to Education.

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We believe that women are the real ‘champions’ of progress, empowerment and change

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Fourth Wave Foundation is a response to the call for social change.

The approach involves taking up social issues and turning them into innovation challenges, while working with multi-stakeholders to address the divides and inequalities that exist in and around us. Our key areas of focus include: Education, Empowerment, Ethics and Inclusion.

Areas of Change

Projects under way

Making teens live purposefully and positively by avoiding dangers lurking in society in the form of substance abuse, sexual abuse, social network abuse and alcoholism

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We see people with disabilities every day, but did you know that one out of every six people in the world has a disability?

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70 million people in India (6% of our population) are estimated as persons with disabilities

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The issue of intentional killing of girl infants (zero to five years old) is one of the grave problems faced by pregnant women and mothers in remote regions of India…

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Female disadvantage takes on different forms in India, from economic and social challenges to the less obvious yet critical ones like Sexual and Reproductive Health of Women.

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India today is a nation of massive and unprecedented economic development, a complex society shaped by regional and cultural identities…

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We live in a world of contradictions, especially so in India where we have 1 million engineers but 16 million kids who are not in school;

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