Our partnership with Manav Sadhna takes us into the slums of Ahmedabad, in the state of Gujarat India. Slums are the product of broken down village life. The irregularity of rain, prevalence of high ... See More
Can stories make a difference?
We are by nature storytellers. Our brains are wired to tell stories, they are the touchstones of our emotions. Stories have the power to move us emotionally; stir us intellectually; and teach us too. They help us to make sense out of all the facts, figures and arguments we hear about social justice and how we can collectively challenge injustice.
Think for a moment about how many stories you’ve already told today: to your spouse or partner; to your children; to your colleagues; or to your friends. Stories are the currency of our lives, they are the measure of our days. We are nothing without our stories because stories encapsulate our fears, our failures, our dreams, and our desires. We understand and make sense of our own lives by telling stories about ourselves and others.
We, at Kamla Foundation, want to share our stories, which we hope will move you to think about things a little differently. With our partners, we continue to venture where others remain reluctant to go and have been patient in developing sustainable solutions rather than illusory quick-fixes. For us the potential to move not just money but “minds and policies” is at the core of what we do.
Since we began, the Foundation has been giving a voice to those that have never had one. Our funding are seeds for change but we need people to help these seeds grow. So whether you share our information, support one of our projects, or have brought our merchandise, we need you with us.
So here they are, we hope that the stories that unfold on this website captivate you and if you feel inspired to make a difference, we’d love to hear from you.
Together we are giving people not just a new smile, but a second chance at life” The Medlife Foundation is an inspirational medical charity based in the State of Gujarat, India. Our partnership is ... See More
We are supporting some of India’s poorest children to move from a life of poverty to a future with opportunity. In India today, millions of children live in desperate need of the very thing we, in the ... See More
Meet Karpagam Karpagam is an inspirational Community Worker, supporting some of the most stigmatised communities across a vast rural area in South India. She is a committed and dedicated Community ... See More
India is the country with the largest widow population in the world. It is estimated there are 40 million widows in India today. The widows are the unacceptable face of India with numerous agencies ... See More
Providing clean drinking water by installation of hand pumps is seen as essential for survival in rural areas of India. Poverty and reduced access to safe water resources has limited the ability of ... See More
Our UK partner, The Safe Water Trust has pioneered Aqua filters which have been developed to provide safe drinking water for families and communities in developing countries. The Aqua filters make ... See More
Maria’s stay Jul-Sep 10
Kamla Foundation Day Mar 10
Learn more about the Kamla Foundation Award ... See More
The Micro Enterprise Project
These case studies tell the story of how 16 women have benefitted from the Micro Enterprise Project (MEP) through not only the monetary grant (equivalent to about £40) but the training and advice in ... See More