Saritsa Foundation mainstreams persons with disabilities by providing equal opportunities to minimize risks fro disasters and impacts of climate change
- Saritsa Foundation is providing equal opportunity to persons with disability (Women and Men) to prepare for minimizing risks from disasters and climate change. It has conducted workshops for visually impaired girls and women attending vocational training at National Association for Blinds India at Mahalaximi Mumbai.
- Conducted workshops for visually impaired women and Men trainers at workshop of National Association for Blinds India Worli Mumbai.
- Saritsa Foundation in Collaboration with Social Justice Department of Government of Madhya Pradesh organized workshops for 250 physically challenged and visually impaired people at Indore, Madhya Pradesh from 3 March to 5 March 2011. Some of the photographs are given below:
Visually impaired girls and women with the team of Saritsa Foundation. December 2010.
Shri. MC Chaudhary, IAS, CEO, Jila Parisad, Indore, Lighting the inaugural lamp - Mrs. Prem Lata Wajpayee, Joint Director Social justice Department Government of Madhya Pradesh with the team of Saritsa Foundation.
Visually impaired a woman and a man participants practice use of a container a floater to be used in floods.
Visually impaired women, Girls and a Child participants at the workshop
Visually Impaired Girl congratulates the team of Saritsa Foundation for making them aware and alert to protect in Disasters.
A physically challenged teaching his colleagues how to respond in fire emergency after learning.
Physically Challenged children moving out of the house in an emergency of an earthquake.