Who Are We
The Ahaan Foundationis an Educational & Non-Profit organization in India and Canada aiming to benefit women, children and their families through active projects on School Education, Services, Health and Wellness, Livelihood-Skills Training & women’sempowerment among the urban and underprivileged sections of rural / suburban areas in various countries through philanthropic collaborations and partnerships with individuals, private sectorsand civil society organisations.
Women play a critical role in maintaining the health and overall well-being of theircommunities. However, because of the many roles women play, they too often are focused on those while neglecting their own needs. Since time immemorial women have played a role of nurturing society, oblivious of theirown individuality, dignity, empowerment and health.
The formulation of Ahaan’s Women’sAuxiliary (AWA) under the purview of The AhaanFoundation was spearheaded by thesister duo Ashu John and Rishu Elizabeth John due to witnessing the overwhelming implications upon women’s mental and emotional health as a repercussion of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The paramount need formental and emotional support and the lack of easily accessible programs in this domain led us to decide to reach out virtually to women in Regina further gave birth to the idea of reaching out virtually to women’shere in Regina.
The objective of AWAis to empower women, to safeguard their mental health, personal enhancement, building effective communication skills, spreading awareness about gender equality and striving towards a happy society etc.
Depending on the global region, thesocial, political, and economic climate The AhaanFoundation seeks to provide women with a range of activities and strategies, guidelines and insights from the latest in the field of social development, community outreach, health and wellness in a fun and engaging manner to help women and girlslead happier and healthier lives.
AWA provides the following Online Capacity Building Programs. To reach out to women in Regina and engagethem in various aspects of boosting mental health and improving their lives.