Because the educational system in India is unable to school a vast number of impoverished children, AAMF assists in educating some of them. After a period of informal schooling through the organization’s educational centers, children are transitioned into government-run schools and are subsequently tutored and coached by AAMF volunteers on an ongoing basis. With this in mind, AAMF has constructed and currently runs twenty educational centers in slum-like areas of New Delhi, India—where families that are most in need of assistance live. AAMF believes that in order to provide educational facilities and services to underprivileged families, they must be built and run right where these people live. AAMF started its first center in the indigent region of Neb Sarai in New Delhi, which consists primarily of migrants from rural areas of neighboring provinces. Amenities such as potable water, sanitation, sewage disposal systems, electricity and paved roads are not readily available in most of this region, and there are no hospitals or basic medical facilities within three miles of the area.
AAM Foundation (AAMF) was established in June 1999 to provide underprivileged children with adequate nutrition, medication and education—giving them the chance to learn, grow and live with health, dignity and opportunity.
Basic education program
Health care program