Illuminating Lives, Bringing Hope
Ujaala, which means ‘light’ in Hindi, is a project that aims to brighten the lives of the communities we serve. We stand by them during their darkest times, offering support when they need it most.
Initially launched in response to the crisis of ‘covid orphans,’ who were left vulnerable due to the overwhelming number of individuals in need, this project now extends its assistance to any person from underserved communities requiring help. We believe that no one should be left behind, especially those facing the hardships of domestic abuse, rape, or abandonment.
Our mission is to be a beacon of hope for those who have fallen through the cracks of the system. We provide assistance and support when official channels may take time to respond. Our dedicated team is committed to helping individuals in need, ensuring they receive the care and attention they deserve.
The children supported during the pandemic
Christina & Emmanuel
Emmanuel 7 and Christina 5, who live with their disabled grandmother after the father died and the mother abandoned them due to financial constraints, were supported by NaSa with full payment of fees for the academic year, medical insurance for 3 years and provision of groceries for 6 months.
Angel is the youngest of three children of a single mother who is a domestic servant. Her mother was struggling to keep her daughter in school during the lockdown. Angel is a very keen student who wants to grow up to be a nurse. NaSa helped with Angel’s school fees for 6 months
The Singh Siblings
Shruti, Shrishti and Adhwik are siblings aged 6, 11 and 9, who lost their parents to Covid were helped by NaariSamata with school fees, accommodation and food provisions for 6 months. They family they were housed with, were also provided with groceries and school fees for 6 months.
Please contact Na Sa at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to help.