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Pragati Path Foundation Trust is a non- profit organization based on feminist human right organization and Child Right. Pragati Path Foundation is working for humanity and dignity, independence and neutrality for all the vulnerable women who living in the society and to create child friendly and safe environment to children who living rural & urban poverty. Maintaining the identity and reputation will they have to feel self-reliant and self-confidence. Pragati Path Foundation Trust has being advocacy for the child protection issues with Government and Vulnerable children who facing direct unsafe society.
It is led by children, youth and women, who identify the issues, prioritize them and propose solutions to address those issues before the appropriate authorities. The focus of our work is creating an enabling built environment and community participation in urban and rural.


We envisage a society where women and children of every age group receive a respectable and safe environment.

Women and children have the right to equality, their identity and respect, their livelihood, better education, health, cleanliness, security, confidence, creating a fearless environment for them.


Neelam Patel, 
General Secretary/Managing Trustee
Pragati Path Foundation general secretary is Neelam Patel, 35 years, whose academic qualification 

is a postgraduate in the Social work, has been doing Social Work for the last 12 years with various institutions, after working with Dr.ShambhuNath Research Foundation, IGSSS, started the Pragati Path Foundation to give respect to women. You are the Chief Executive Officer of the Pragati Path Foundation, which directly directs the activities of the organization in its monitoring and you interfere in advocating the interests of women.



Mrs Neelam Patel
Managing Trustee

Mrs. Manju Gautam
Chair Person


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