Founded in 1997 as an interfaith cricket club, SAHER (SOCIETY FOR AWARENESS, HARMONY AND EQUAL RIGHTS) shaped up into an organization addressing communal conflict and rebuilding faith between people. Registered in 2005, SAHER’s work started in Jogeshwari, Mumbai.
Has reached out to 1000 young people intensively through a curriculum with components of citizenship education, conflict management, reproductive health and gender issues and sustainable development.
200 children from schools and madrasas attend weekly sessions on improving learning and higher order thinking through a computer based curriculum.
Young people from diverse backgrounds come together to exchange ideas to build a shared understanding on issues of governance, citizenship, and careers.
More than 2000 youth have gained information on livelihood options, career counseling and guidance for internships and employment.
While 200 adolescents have gone through a Sport based curriculum on Life skills for building Peace, a cohort of 50 young people are currently enrolled for weekly sessions on Sport for Peace and Development.