The Ann Foundation recently partnered with Nari-o-Sishu Kalyan Kendra (NOSKK), a women’s and child welfare center that works in 451 villages in the Uttar Dinjapur,
In 2011, the Ann Foundation began a promising project which involves providing spoken English and personality development classes online to students and teachers at the Kaifi Azmi School for Girls in Mijwan, Uttar Pradesh.
After visiting the Sowbhagya Illam Orphanage in Dindigul, India, Ann saw an opportunity to provide the orphanages children with vital English language and computer literacy classes,
Our Bargur project started as a collaboration between the Reverend Sabhapathi, Director of the Indian Evangelical Lutheran Society, and AF founder Ann Moideen.
On November 23rd 2013, Ann Foundation set up an organic dairy cattle farming operation for the IELC blind school in Burgur in the province of Tamil Nadu, India.
Our mission trip in 2010 took the AF to Hyderabad, India, where board member David Zane met with students of Muffakham Jah, a college of engineering and technology.
Along with five educators, Ann visited the Maheshwari School for the Blind in Belgaum, India, to conduct workshops on “Braille and Technology Tools for Empowerment”.
In 2007, Ann visited Nirmala Bhavan, a haven for young disabled girls that is run by the nuns in Athani in the Belgaum district of Karnataka, India.