About Us

By , January 30, 2010 8:13 pm

From the President

I welcome you all to the world of AROH…..

 AROH, a short and sweet abbreviation for ‘a ray of hope’, was started 8 years ago, literally as a ray of hope.  A ray of hope for the underprivileged women who have been deprived and oppressed, to empower them to face the challenges in life, a ray of hope for the children who need care and facilities to grow up and become the nation’s pride, a ray of hope for the poorest of the poor to enable them to live with dignity, a ray of hope for the physically challenged, HIV+, cured leprosy patients, etc, who may need livelihood support, economic support or just a caring word.

A R O H is ever ready to provide a helping hand to people and to stand by the communities in need.

On the one hand we provide a ray of hope and support to those in need, where as on the other we look for support to be able to do that. AROH’s role is that of a facilitator. Those who are compassionate, and feel for the less privileged can volunteer to help in many ways. A smile on a child’s face, a square meal for a hungry family, or a glow of self-reliance on a woman’s face are the rewards of the selfless service. Our volunteers section will show you how you can be of help? We have volunteers coming from faraway nations to offer their help in a myriad of ways, and in return, they not only get a feeling of satisfaction, but learn a thing or two from the community’s rich cultural heritage.

We have many different programmes to achieve the core aim of empowering the rural and poor communities, especially women, for sustainable livelihood. Thus bringing in overall benefits of education, life-skills, vocational skills, hygiene, sanitation and environment to the deprived communities..

Please feel free to browse through our website and we would love to have you joining hands with us in any effort of your choice.

We are striving to create an equitable society where all human beings coexist with dignity…..


Dr. Neelam Gupta

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