TaxaJ Foundation
TaxaJ Foundation
Recognised u/s 12A & 80G

Education for All

Over 90% of Indian children in the age group 5 to 10 are enrolled in school. Although these children have been in school for several years, many have not acquired the foundational skills that are essential  for moving ahead. The challenge is how to enable such children to acquire basic reading and arithmetic, quickly and durably so they get a real chance to complete the elementary stage in a meaningful way. Taxaj's initiative will be to make the child go to school at a very early age of 4 to 6 years. Basic education similar to the age range from Grade I to Grade V is most vital. If not imparted at very tender age they might loose track, and amidst poverty, or background, they will end up a begger or rag-picker. Our Little help can help me attain a bright  future with right education. However, much of the work in the last two decades has been with children of primary school age and largely focused on ensuring that children learn to read fluently and to do arithmetic confidently. 

TaxaJ believes that every child must have the opportunity to learn. To learn, it is essential to be motivated and engaged. To grow well and thrive, a child needs support not only from the school,  but also from the family and the community.

Healthcare for All

Healthcare in India still the weakest part of our ecosystem. Rural healthcare is even more treacherous that urban India. We need to make rapid strides in the health sector. As a matter of fact various eye opening data from NFHS indicate that access to healthcare still remains a challenge. The health status and access to health for the poor in urban slum dwellers has surfaced to be equally deplorable and have less than 4% of government primary healthcare facilities. Urban slum dwellers are worst sufferers from adverse health conditions owing to mainly two reasons–first the lack of education and thus lack of awareness; and second the unwillingness to lose a day’s wage in order to reach the nearest medical facility. Healthcare for underprivileged, which is a desperate need, thus remains unaddressed.
The need of the hour is thus a two pronged approach – first to bring quality healthcare services to doorsteps of the needy and second to promote healthcare awareness and contemporary healthcare seeking behavior among the underprivileged.

Child Welfare

Malnutrition in children below the age of 5 has emerged as a silent national emergency and accounts for 68% of all infant mortality in India. Malnutrition adversely affects a child’s chance of survival and learning ability, and increases susceptibility to illness. Considering these, We are planning to feed 10,000 pregnant mother and their infants upto the age of 5 years.

Key Aims

a. Feed 10,000 Pregnant women & improve nutritional status of children during the first 5 years:

b. 40% reduction in the number of children under-5 who are stunted

c. Reduce and maintain childhood wasting to less than 5%

Rural & Agri Development

Agriculture is one of the key sphere for augmenting the household income in rural areas and to ensure food security for all. The organization has been working on the issue as promoting improved techniques and practices to ensure better management and promotion of small and marginal farmers. The organization has been creating awareness on non chemical farming and to address the issues as arresting land degradation through use of vermin composting in place of chemical fertilizer based agriculture among the farming communities.

Old Age Homes

The necessity for the NGO for senior citizens in India has increased lately due to two main reasons:

First, the increased ill-treatment and suffering older people have to endure after they become incapable and helpless. After becoming old, the mental and physical health of an individual deteriorates. Since they are not served with essential healthcare needs, they are not much familiar with the information and knowledge concerning the types of diseases and illnesses with respect to their physical and mental health. Secondly due to their heir leaving india for jobs/business abroad

It's unfortunate that in a progressive country like India, senior citizens do not get much-deserving respect in their respective families, and also they didn't get the healthcare facilities, healthy and nutritious food, clothes for protection as well as covering the body, etc. After crossing the age of 50 or 60, people look forward to emotional support more than anything, and when they lack this aspect in their life, they feel neglected and ignored. As an enthusiastic NGO for senior citizens in India, TaxaJ Foundation is drafting the plans keeping in mind the desires and expectations of the senior and elderly citizens.

Transgender Welfare

Taxaj Foundation would work for the welfare and uplift of the transgender community, we would also include transgender representatives & the members of the social organizations working for the welfare of the transgenders. We will identify transgenders group across Delhi NCR, UP, Haryana and will enlist them, get them enrolled in educational institutions, provide them accommodation under various hostel and housing schemes of the state government and launch welfare schemes for the community.
Transgender Welfare Board has so far been se up in:
a. Uttar Pradesh
b. Tamil Nadu
c. Assam
d. Maharashtra