Shruti - Enabling Voices

Shruti - Enabling Voices

In India deafness and disability related issues have got a new face of courage and determination against the previously biased tide of underreporting on these issues. Many organisations and even millennial individuals are now coming out in large numbers to share their stories of marginalisation solely due to their inability to speak up about their problems.

But as Helen Keller, the American deaf-bilnd activist once said - 'Handicap is never an impediment to success'. Taking her legacy forward, Shruti is our initiative to bridge the gap between the media and the deaf and mute population. Our aim is to strive towards achieving a 360 degree mission of creating more awareness about the deaf culture, their disability and above all, ensuring we can use their own language to educate and empower them.

Let's listen to them because WE CAN!

Let’s Bring More Goodness Into The World

Prama Jyoti Foundation (PJF), an NGO which started in 2009, is committed to bridge social and economic gap in India through quality education for all and promoting an attitude of caring and sharing in general.

With tremendous faith in the power of humanity and treasures of nature to have enough for everyone on this earth, PJF believes that it is the unequal distribution of resources that creates an imbalance, and education can be a big balancing act for this. PJF is running several projects to bring quality education for all at an early stage especially in government schools of north India.

There is a compelling need to identify and recognize people of conscience and promote their way of life to cultivate and replicate the virtue. Chetna Awards is a step forward in their efforts to do so.

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