Claiming Space for the marginalized

It is up to us to use the power of influence and extend a helping hand to those who are searching for one.

Creating a differnce by ellementing the differences

"The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." - Pablo Picasso

Apna Volunteers around the nation

Let's join hands to transform someone's dark moment with a blaze of light
About Us

Creating a Just Society is Our Main Goal

Every great journey begins with a single step, similarly what started as a small movement to strive for equal opportunities for the unfortunate people in a single state has now transformed into a nationwide movement with our volunteers conducting programs pan India. Registered in the year 2018-2019, and  run by a group of enthusiastic young individuals and other like-minded people who seek a positive change in society, Association for PARIVARTAN of Nation was created with a singular aim of improving quality of life for underprivileged people and to help create a sustainable and just society.

 

Our plethora of campaigns and programs in the field of Sustainable Development Goals – 2030 includes – awareness for education and healthcare and women empowerment and campaigning for Sec. 12 (1) (c) of Right to Education Act – 2009, has impacted hundreds of lives and we aim to only increase this number in the future. In the coming years, APNA wants to see itself as a pioneer in the movement for creation of a balanced and sustainable society by establishing ourselves as agents of change in the field of healthcare, education, empowerment of the underprivileged and rural upliftment.

We are Awesome Volounteer Team

Our mission and purpose can be achieved when the steps are collectively taken by the society, and to ensure that we entertain participation from people who are dedicated to our cause and are willing to lend a  helping hand.
 
What we do

We do it for People in need

Research, Advocacy & Dialogue

Gender Justice

Climate Action

Quality Education

Who do we help

Our Causes

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Project 21A

Section 12(1)(c) of RTE Act - 2009 mandates a 25% reservation for marginalized children.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS

We've started a campaign “Know Your Rights” in which we visit different institutions for lecture

Project Atmanirbhar

COVID-19 has affected the lives of millions, not just medically, but economically as well.

Research

We have worked from the grassroots level to support and sponsor these students towards researching.

Child Sponsorship

Children are the world’s most valuable resource and our best hope for the future of our nation.

Scan and Donate

"When one gives, two gets happy" - Amit Kalantri

You can now donate to Association for PARIVARTAN of Nation easily with the help of a few clicks on the Paytm/PhonePay/GooglePay or any other UPI app. Just go to the UPI app on your phone, select the ‘Pay’ option to scan the below QR code.

 
Scan to Donate through UPI or Paytm Wallet:

You can follow the below steps to transfer money as a donation using Paytm wallet or UPI transactions.

  • Open your UPI application
  • Click on ‘Pay’
  • Scan the below QR code
  • Enter the desired amount
  • Select UPI or Paytm wallet option to transfer money
  • Click on ‘Pay’
What We Did

Featured Projects

We seek to make the functioning of our NGO effective and efficient in order to fulfill our objectives. By bringing together a high potential team through the recruitment process, we make sure that our various initiatives and projects are carried out with full enthusiasm and dedication.

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Equality

Gender Justice

Date: March 25, 2020
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Education

Project 21A

Section 12(1)(c) of RTE Act - 2009 mandates a 25% reservation for marginalized children.

Date: March 25, 2020
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Climate

CLIMATE ACTION

Date: March 25, 2020
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Education

NOBLE SCHOOL FOR EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Date: March 25, 2020
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Education

Research, Advocacy & Dialogue

Date: March 25, 2020
Events

Current Events

17th July 2021

How to effectively plan your first three years of law school.
After conducting several online lectures and webinars, Association for PARIVARTAN of Nation would like to ta

10th June, 2021

Emerging Tribal Youth Leadership
Here comes the last session of Tribal Echoes 2021! Concluding the 3-days program on remembrance of the sacrifi

10th June, 2021

Resistance and Identity through Music
Moving ahead for the last day with a delightful Baithak on “Resistance and Identity through Music”

Volunteer

Delivering help and hope to the underprivileged through sponsorship & Volunteering.

Delivering help and hope to children through sponsorship.

We serve a platform for young individuals to sharpen their skills and gain new experiences for personal and collective growth!

 
Testimonials

What People
Say About Us

APNA does not just project what the future holds for our world, it also represents the ideal present. Having been involved in and inspired by productive engagements of this amazing association, I can only charge other students and young persons not just only in India but in the entire global south, to be actively involved in creating the societies they want to live in. Until that is done, they will continue to be led by lots who do not understand their own paths

Solomon Okedara, Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria

The problem of poor service delivery or implementation are attributes of the lack of capacity within the administration. APNA made sure to augment the capacity of the Ranchi district administration by working closely with the officers at the collectorate office. They ran a campaign on generating demand for the RTE admissions by distributing pamphlets and through community workshops of parents. The eligible guardians were supported by the volunteers to fill out their online applications for free of cost, which otherwise would cost the guardians between Rs 200-500. This end to end support to the guardians would surely go a long way in filling the ~700 seats of which less than 30% is filled every year. I extend my gratitude to the entire team of APNA for supporting the cause of RTE and hope the team continues to impact the society through their efforts.

Mayur Matang, State Lead Indus Action

As I begin to start a new journey of life after passing school, it was always in my mind to get into society and the Association for PARIVARTAN of Nation gave me this opportunity. Being a part of it and working with the team for more than a year now has provided me with the immense exposure to strengthen my abilities and stand for unheard voices. I consider working with APNA will allow me to heighten my adulthood to encounter the hurdles of real-life and furnish me the possibility to break the shackles.
I am enthusiastic about this opportunity and strongly understand that I would be devoted to the empowerment of society.

Sapna Gupta, Volunteer

Learning with experienced and learned minds, exposes one to new possibilities and opportunities. My association with APNA was very enriching as I was able to use my skills and knowledge in transformation of the society. It's an extreme pleasure to a part of APNA which has successfully been able to bring positive changes in many lives. As an organization it has provided me ample opportunities to experiment, learn and grow.

Gayatri Singh, Volunteer
Testimonials

Speaker Message

APNA is doing a great work in the State of Jharkhand. APNA has a great impact on everyone associated. I’ve always been glad to be associated with the APNA team because it is the right place to learn and to execute thoughts and ideas as I wish. The APNA team works with high dedication. All the nest for their future.

 

Advocate Sonal Tiwary, Law Officer in the Human Rights Law Network, Jharkhand

Have been very impressed with the sincerity of the student volunteers associated with APNA to ensure that children from marginalised backgrounds can access the best education, free of cost. This is a long struggle to secure children’s education rights, especially in Jharkhand, and it is a pleasure to see young minds of the fearless next generation earnestly committed to build an equal India.

Swati Narayan, Writer & visiting fellow at the Institute for Human Development

Three-day long Tribal Echoes -- organised by Association for Parivartan of Nation -- gave us a great opportunity to learn about different aspects of the Adivasi community.

Our knowledge has also been enriched by the young scholars who spoke at the forum.  I am grateful to you for giving me an opportunity to speak on the issue of ‘Education as a form of resistance’.

I am confident that your endeavor will work as a bridge between scholars and activists, who dream of making our society just and egalitarian.

Wishing you all the best!

Neetisha Khalkho,, Assistant Professor, Department of Hindi Daulat Ram College, University of Delhi

The problem of poor service delivery or implementation are attributes of the lack of capacity within the administration. APNA made sure to augment the capacity of the Ranchi district administration by working closely with the officers at the collectorate office. They ran a campaign on generating demand for the RTE admissions by distributing pamphlets and through community workshops of parents. The eligible guardians were supported by the volunteers to fill out their online applications for free of cost, which otherwise would cost the guardians between Rs 200-500. This end to end support to the guardians would surely go a long way in filling the ~700 seats of which less than 30% is filled every year. I extend my gratitude to the entire team of APNA for supporting the cause of RTE and hope the team continues to impact the society through their efforts.

Mayur Matang, State Lead Jharkhand -Indus Action

“APNA does not just project what the future holds for our world, it also represents the ideal present. Having been involved in and inspired by productive engagements of this amazing association, I can only charge other students and young persons not just only in India but in the entire global south, to be actively involved in creating the societies they want to live in. Until that is done, they will continue to be led by lots who do not understand their own paths”

Solomon Okedara, Barrister & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and Legal Researcher with Columbia University in the city of New York.

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Laxmi Devi

Before, the people from this organization came in our village, we had no idea about our rights or our children's rights. At the beginning me and my family were unaware about the RTE act but when we came across APNA's RTE posters we decided to dial their toll free number almost at midnight, to my surprise, they humbly explained the process.

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