About Us

Betiya Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organisation was initiated in 2010. Based in Delhi and working in the states of Punjab, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu-Kashmir, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttrakhand, Haryana and in the capital of India’s most populated state Uttar Pradesh. It perceives quality education for girls up to at least the elementary phase as a prerequisite for addressing women’s empowerment and equity concerns for pursuing sustainable development with an egalitarian face.

  • Covid-19 Relief Work– The preventive lockdown has changed the life of every individual in the country. While the lockdown is laudable and very much required to fight the pandemic, it has also lead to numerous problems, especially for the underprivileged sectionof the society who live in a ‘hand to mouth’ situation throughout theyear. Betiya Foundation has begun its relief service by providing meal or dry ration support to people . Betiyan Foundation is providing safety kits, consisting of gloves, masks,  soaps and sanitizer and a month supply of essentials like grains, oils, pulses, sugar and tea. We are also providing essential medicines to needy people as well as sanitary napkins too. We are aware people about precautions due toCorona viruse.

  • During the COVID-19 crisis more than 5,000 households having a population of  over 20,000 including over 12,000 children are being protected and monitored on a daily basis in the urban slums of India. The population comprises mostly of daily wage earners who have lost their income generation opportunity during the lockdown. Identification of the persons in need is an ongoing process and being conducted on a regular basis by our le

    This campaign started by Dr. Jyotsana Jain, President of Betiya Foundation, a 12 Year old All india level NGO, distributes food packages, masks, sanitisers and soap to people who have been hit by the short-term closure of businesses. This NGO works closely with the communities of daily wagers in Delhi-NCR, Haryana, Himachal, Uttar Pradesh, Rajesthan, Madhya Pradesh. We are helping poor with much needed Hygiene & Dry Ration Relief Supplies. Our Safety & Hygiene Kits Costs includes Handwash Liquid, Soap, Dettol, Phenol, Bleaching Powder, Masks and Awareness Flyers.

  • Food4All Campaign: leaders and coordination committees. Immediate support is being provided to everyfamily in need.. Betiya Foundation NGO has been giving food to the slum dwellers and needy individuals amid coronavirus outbreak. We conducted a survey recently and identified households which are in desperate need of help — like families of icecream walas, garland makers, waste collectors etcetera. However, their food services have been affected by the strict lockdown in Nation.

  • Awareness Campaign to fight Against Covid19- “Homeless are hardly aware of the dangers of Coronavirus and the solutions available to fight againstit. The current Coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak continues to spread, with growing numbers of confirmed cases in India. This makes lakhs of homeless living on the streets with lack of ability to self- quarantine, access to medical care acutely vulnerable. Betiya Foundation is providing all necessary help and services to this vulnerable section of the society in the time of crisis.” providing Masks, Gloves, Sanitizers in public places:As you know that corona virus is an immediate threat to humanity and its spread speed is accelerating at a rapid pace. This communicable disease can be only be prevented by providing face masks, eye goggles and providing sanitiser at metro stations and other public transportation locations across India and Globally. Betiya Foundation NGO is distributing face masks and installing sanitisers all over Indiato containand fight coronavirus.

  • Fulfill Requirements of Daily Wage Earners: Among the frontlines of India’s battle against corona-virus are waste pickers, who ensure towns and cities are clean and garbage-free. But given the nature of their work, they are also among the communities most vulnerable to infections. We provide safety kits, consisting of gloves, masks, soaps and sanitizers, and a month’s supply of essentials, like grains, pulses, oil, sugar and tea. “It was necessary because most workers supplementtheir income by selling scrap,” says Dr. Jyotsana Jain, President Betiya Foundation . “But these shops are shut in the ongoing lockdown. The salary from the government is also most likely going to be delayed, which has made their income highly uncertain.” So far, the organization is helping them providing food and necessary items.

  • Women Empowerment Program:This program give women the opportunity to learn basic skills in reading, writing, mathematics and hygiene.They can also learn how to sew and embroider – skills that make it possible for them to make and sell clothing and thus contribute to their own livelihoods. Knowledgeand independence are two important factors that play a decisive role in improving the status of women in village communities and ultimately in society as a whole. We initially encountered some resistance when we introduced our Women Empowerment Programmes. After all, many men found it difficult to accept the fact that their wives and daughters were taking the initiative to improve their own lives. Change often takes time and patience. In this case, patience definitely paid off. the women can also sew their own clothing, do needlework for their neighbours or sell their work at the market as a good way to provide extra income for their families.

  • Sanitary Napkins to needy women:We are providing sanitary napkins to women who do not have access to it amid COVID-19 lockdown. “At this time when there is a lack of food and water, some women also do not have access to sanitary pads. We have been working since 1 year to help the women byproviding them napkins.

  • Apart from #fightagainstcorona #food4all #healthcare #Womenempowerment #fitIndiaHitIndia #SaveEarthPlantTrees Campaign Betiya Foundation donates swing Machines, Pressure cooker, Gas stove under Women empowerment scheme.Betiya Foundation run plantation drive under Save Trees Save Earth scheme. Betiya Foundation organise Health Camp under Fit India Hit India scheme also distribute free sanitary napkins to poor women.


Policies of Betiya Foundation

  • Gender Policy
  •  Financial Policy
  • Child Protection Policy
  • Procurement Policy
  • HRD Policy
  • Sexual Harassment Policy

Our Initiatives

Betiya Foundation has adopted the Life Cycle Approach, in which girl child including adolescents are the focus. Basic Education, Health and Nutrition as well as Livelihoods for Adolescents are the key intervention within the Child Rights framework- including the Rights to Survival, Development, Protection and Participation.

The Foundation intervenes to facilitate:

  • Early Childhood Education, Care and Development
  • Integrated Basic Education for Adolescent Girls of 15-18 years
  • Training capacity development of beneficiary groups, communities, partners and other stakeholders
  • To ensure gender equity and justice.

Thrust areas include:

  • Education
  • Livelihood
  • Health and Nutrition
  • Advocacy
  • Research
  •  Alliance Building
  • Capacity Building