India Programs

Our Aim Foundation’s mission has a very strong connection with India. Nisha Mandani, the founder, hails from India. The most populous nation of 1.4 billion people needs continuous intervention to address multiple social challenges.


Orphans Supported


Women Empowered


Meals/Rashan Distributed


Nisha Mandani, our founder, hails from India, where she was raised experiencing first-hand the crippling poverty and abject prejudice that affects much of the nation. About 60 million Indian children under age 6 live below the poverty level, leading many of them to become one of India’s 17 million child laborers, more than any other country in the world. In addition, women often struggle to obtain the same resources that are provided to men, and as a result 1 in 3 girls do not live to see their 15th birthday. Our AIM Foundation has founded schools to address these issues head-on, as we believe improving access to education will be a key factor in limiting the number of children forced into hard labor and increasing the number of girls who can pursue their interests and dreams. Our trade programs in India teach women and girls sewing, jewelry-making, and various other crafts-based disciplines that will allow them to become financially self-sufficient in the long term. We’ve also worked with local organizations to pair hundreds of orphaned children with new and loving families. These programs are helping to make India a better and more equitable place for all.

Our Programs In India


Our Aim Foundation is directly benefitting more than 50,000 kids placed in different schools around India. These schools were adopted to conform to the highest academic standards.

Trade School

We have helped over 25,000 women work toward acquiring trade skills to achieve financial independence. 

The women we teach can go on to become seamstresses, and tailors, and open up their clothing stores,

Women Empowerment

Our AIM Foundation believes in the empowerment of women

We seek to achieve success in this mission through education

we can give young girls more opportunities for success and independence in their lives

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