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India Vision Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-government organization based in New Delhi. The journey of India Vision Foundation began with the Ramon Magsaysay Award (equivalent to the Asian Nobel prize) conferred on the Indian Police Service’s first lady officer, Dr. Kiran Bedi. It was awarded to her for bringing about a positive relationship between the police and the people.

The Foundation focuses on >empowering prison inmates and emphasizes the education of their children, who if not secured and nurtured, would probably lose their way or go missing from their homes, while their mothers remain imprisoned. Hence, our aim is to Save the Next Victim. We are primarily working in following prisons of three states of India Uttar Pradesh(Dasna), Haryana(Faridabad, Gurgaon) & New Delhi(Tihar). Our reformation activities in prisons are based on 3 S Model of Sanskar(Value Education), Shiksha(Education) and Skill. We aim to cover all the prisons of Haryana by the start of next year.

Today, India Vision Foundation is touching more than 3000 lives every day and is striving to give a new hope in the lives of prison inmates and their children through positive reinforcement, education and values that not only help them to become responsible and conscientious citizens but empower them enough to become an asset to the society. The foundation has successfully reached out to more than 1,50,000 beneficiaries under Prison reforms and rural development project.

Current Areas of work


    Providing quality care and nurturing to younger children of prison inmates through our day-care centres (Creches), and facilitating education and holistic growth of children from vulnerable families through partnerships with schools by our Children of Vulnerable Families project.


    Providing comprehensive vocational training, skill development programmes, and life skills guidance to prison inmates to enable them to use their prison terms constructively.


    Providing impetus to the spread, standardization and sustenance of reform programmes in Indian prisons – this new initiative of the Foundation is also known as Vertical Interactive Learning.


    Providing support to rural communities through remedial education and vocational training with the aim of empowering them and helping them gain financial independence.


    Providing assistance to communities on legal or official matters, and facilitating IT literacy and skill enhancement for police personnel and their children.

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