Traning Centers

Due to poverty and lack of access to basic quality education, many children in slums drop out from the schools and get engaged in income generating activities. But since they are unskilled, they end up being petty labourers, vendors or collect garbage on and off streets. Nanhi Muskan Welfare Society aims at ending this vicious cycle of poverty and providing vocational skills to adolescents and youth especially girls to increase their chances of finding a respectable profession and becoming a contributing member of the society.

Currently we are running 22 various traning centers across Farrukhabad.These centers provide training in various job oriented programs like:-

  • Computer Course
  • Painting
  • Sewing
  • Embroidery
  • Knitting
  • Dance Classes
  • Mehendi
  • Beutician
  • Repairing of T.V Fridge Etc



Nanhi Muskan work is underpinned by a commitment to making children’s rights a reality . Education is not only a right in itself, but an “enabling right”- a critical instrument for bringing about “social, economic and political inclusion and a durable integration of people, particularly those ‘excluded’ from the mainstream of any society”

To address this challenge, Save the children has adopted the strategy of facilitating the creation of ‘Inclusive Learner Friendly Environments’ targeted at 3-18 years within diverse educational settings to meet the challenge of addressing diverse and heterogeneous needs of children.7 million children in India under 14 years do not have access to quality education and approximately 50% of all children drop out before they complete their elementary education.We are working to create quality, inclusive, learner-friendly  environments for all children to ensure that the Right to Education Act, 2009 is implemented.

We work towards developing inclusive and equitable education policies and practices, thereby ensuring a quality education for all children, regardless of their gender, class, caste, ethnicity and religion. Other aspects of our work include a focus on Early Childhood Development, the promotion of child-centered approaches, training teachers and helping communities to develop close linkages with schools.

The focus of our approach is based on a three pronged strategy involving intervention in three domains of the education system;

-Organisation of Schools

-Instructional Dimension

-Community Involvement

We plan to develop 'model inclusive schools'.We will work with selected schools/Anganwadi centres and pre-primary classes over the next five years to intervene in all the three dimensions to make them model Inclusive Learner friendly Schools.

Our aim is that these models of ‘Inclusive’ pre- primary and primary environments are able to demonstrate the efficacy addressing individual needs of children belonging to the most disadvantaged backgrounds through creation of ‘schools for all’, thereby realizing the dream of achieving Education For All.

What we Do:

-To Establish new schools and collage.We promote learner friendly inclusive environments by effective community participation and active learning methodologies.

-We work on collaborative models between Ministry of Women and Child Development and Ministry of Human Resource Development, so that children are provided stimulating learning environments and receive quality basic education.

Implement the Right to Education Act, 2009 so that children of the most marginalised sections of society receive an education.

-Create sustainable programmes by building capacity within the education system and using our projects as pilots to demonstrate ‘best practices.’

The key focus of our Education interventions is to ensure that the Right to Education Act, 2009 is implemented.  We promote access and retention to quality inclusive education in government schools and aim to strengthen the capacities of existing government schools and their governance. Our programs aim to improve participation of children, their parents and the community in education planning and improve learning levels and reduce drop out rates of children.



There are lakhs of orphan children all over India. These children that have lost everything in life like :

  • Lack of mother care
  • Lack of father support
  • Love, care and security that comes with a family

These orphans live on the streets by begging or stealing in order to have something to sustain. Invariably, these orphans are being abused, neglected and forgotten.

Struggle for Existence 

Orphans live in a pathetic condition with constant fight for survival. Most of them are malnourished, long for love, look for protection of elders and desire for sense of recognition in society.


We want to depute exclusive teams of social workers and volunteers to indentify orphans, their places of stay, activities and their lifestyles to plan appropriate support for them.

Our social workers and volunteers interact with such orphans and try to understand their problems, issues and concerns. They also get the information on why they lost their family and family contacts. Often, we come across some orphans who have come out of home on some petty issues. We counsel such children and help them to repatriate with their families back, because we firmly believe that “No one can replace the family”.

Education and Vocational Training

We aim to provide support for some of students who are willing to go back to school for formal education. In case of adult youth, we encourage them to join in skill development programs like:

  • Screen Printing
  • DTP Training
  • Carpentry
  • Plumping
  • Electric Wiring
  • Motor Mechanism


Awareness Camps


Organization conduct camp on environment degradation, importance of forestation, soil conservation, social forestry schemes and the benefits of green and cleaner environment along with prevention strategies of water, air, noise pollution, public health and sanitation’ slogans were used to general awareness on environment issues.


The organization-educating group of woman and other people ofFarrukhabad prevent from large complicated and transmission disuses as drug addiction, HIV/AIDS, T.B., Blindness etc. The organization included exploratory health care, Growth monitoring immunization and pre and post metal care. 

The organization, in this programme is to educate and motive couple with old new ones for accepting method. Ensuring small family size and population control. The organization provide services whenever necessary.


The organization organized group of women (Mahila Mandals) and with the help of them implementing spread legal awareness campaign included exploratory laws relating to divorcee maintenance, adoption, property, equal re numeration in employment etc. The participants mainly women drawn from different group and also high lighted on situation of women, their rights and their problems in the societies. Help from dedicated women groups associate with the organization and to-operation of the general public.


Women's Empowerment Program

Nanhi Muskan started a conscious effort of empowering women as a systematic program. The Indian woman, on one hand is considered to be the reincarnation of Shakti-the Goddess of Power however; she is also at times the weakest person of the community. This paradox in the India society exists because of the prevalent customs some of which are based on distorted social and cultural beliefs. As a result, the India woman is Shakti, if the circumstances around her promotes and permits her and she is a helpless otherwise. One of the major contributors in enabling her status in the society is her economic condition. While the women of India thrive mostly due to the numerous inner strengths, she does suffer due to poor economic status at a personal level.

Nanhi Muskan began by creating Self Help Groups of women to extend opportunities to them for finding alternative means of livelihood. We do it by training and upgrading the skills of women. These women are members of our Self Help Groups. Each of these groups has a leader selected democratically and a constitution. They hold monthly meetings; discuss money matters related to funds generated as a result of their savings, attend skill building trainings and produce works of art in jewellery, home furnishing and so on. As of now, we have four strong groups who are slowly but steadily moving ahead on a path of empowerment.

Our primary goal is Empowerment - Empowerment of those who need it and who seek it.

The steps involved in our Fair Trade venture are as follows:

  • Create Self Help Groups
  • Train them in skills and arts such as jewellery making, embroidery, stitching,Pickle Making,Papad Making,Murabba Making,Agarbati Making,Candle Making,Beauty Palour etc.
  • Pay a fair wage for training and production time..