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Global Day of Action-Support Don’t Punish

Today our voices have been heard loud and clear as we took to the streets of Pune, India for the World Drug Day rally, Global Day of Action on 26th June 2016… All members of Sahara Aalhad IDU community, our service providers, supporters and friends of Sahara Aalhad participated in[…]


Thank You!! 18 units of blood (value is Rs. 25,000) where 8 critically ill clients benefited, whose haemoglobin count was below 5%. Donated by St. Patrick’s Church, Pune


The IBIS Hotel Pune Team visited the Sahara Aalhad Care Home on the Tuesday the 12th of April. The team cooked and brought with them a delicious Chinese lunch as well as distributed lassi and cake made by them to all 50 patients and staff. They also brought along their[…]


ENGLISH PROFESSIONAL SKILLS COURSE ******* Sahara Aalhad conducted an English Professional skills course on the 10th, 11th, 17th and 18th of March 2016. There were a total number of 18 participants, all employees of Sahara Aalhad. The main focus of this course was to improve the Sahara Aalhad staff’s English[…]

Positive Outcome

“Positive outcomes for Orphans” is a longitudinal study of orphans and abandoned children in low and middle income countries of Africa and Southeast Asia. The focus of this study is the research of children between the ages of 6 to 12 years old is to examine the influence of life[…]

Keep A Child Alive-Glenn Bozarth

Mr. Glenn Bozarth, a KCA Board member, visited the KCA supported “Bhavishya Project” . The Sahara Aalhad team along with Glenn and his close Indian friend Sonu first visited Wagheshwari Gaon, where they witnessed the Procter and Gamble safe water project in action. After which they visited the Sahara Aalhad[…]

Teaching in Sahara

Teaching young people in Sahara Aalhad takes on a whole new meaning, besides school, imparting life skills is indispensable. Often, children and young people come for residential care treatment and support to the Sahara Aalhad Care Home supported by KCA. Many of these children drop out of school owing to[…]

P & G Report

Proctor & Gamble 2014 – 2015 The partnership between Sahara Aalhad, Pune and the Proctor & Gamble Safe Water Project was initiated by Keep a Child Alive (KCA) and implemented from July 2014. The project duration was for a year and was immediately welcomed by Sahara Aalhad as the organization[…]

Sangita’s Sessions

Sangita Hunt is a professional life skills trainer and communications expert. Sangita has been associated with Sahara Aalhad for more than a year now. Sangita was particularly interested in the youth registered with Sahara Aalhad. Realizing the myriad issues they were facing, especially those in the age group of 16[…]