Arupa Mission Research Foundation is a change agent empowering people and catalyzing positive social and environmental changes on one hand and facilitating for ‘businesses’ and the Government to achieve responsible ‘Environment, Social, Governance’ thus contributing to inclusive economic growth for both.
- Accountability and transparency towards people, community & clients
- Reliable in achieving goals
- UUnique & innovative approaches
- PProgressive with latest trends, tools and methods
- AAcceptable ethical practices and social values
We endeavor to establish a people’s platform where food security, empowerment and alternative livelihood will come about with people’s participation. We also advocate for social justice, gender equality, rights of marginalized and vulnerable people and finally take steps towards a cleaner safer and richer environment. We stride towards sustainable development however small or large the effort.
Arupa Mission Research Foundation has been recognized as one of the top 60 NGOs from among 700 in South Asia for developing digital content for reducing Child Abuse and for training farmers through ICTs during the ENGO summit 2015.
Our journey on Women Empowerment initiatives began in 1998. In recognition of our track record on initiatives on prevention of sexual harassment at the workplace, the Ministry of Women and Child Development empaneled Arupa Mission Research Foundation as a recommended organisation for Prevention of Sexual harassment at the Workplace and training 2017-18 onwards.
Empanelment with Ministry of Women and Child Development:In 2017, Arupa Mission Research Foundation was empaneled by the Ministry of Women and Child Development as one of their recommended institutions in India for Prevention of Sexual Harassment at the Workplace
Arupa Mission Research Foundation has been recognized as one of the top 10 NGOs from among 700 in South Asia for developing digital content for reducing Child Abuse and for training farmers through ICTs during the ENGO summit 2015.
Felicitated by Padmashree Sonal Mansingh and Sunita Budhiraja of SixYards 365 days for contribution to handloom sector and for working with weavers
Felicitated by McCain for contribution to CSR in 2018.
They also empaneled with the Ministry of women and child development as a recommended partner for POSH since 2017.
Feliciated by Padmashree Dr. Sonal Mansingh on behalf of six yards and 365 days and also Sunita Budhiraja for contribution to the handloom sector in 2018.
Recognized among the top 5 organizations in Asia for working with ICTs for prevention of child abuse and farmers welfare by Digital India foundation in 2016.