Kasargod School for the Blind

The Kasargod project began in 2013 when Anil, a teacher from the Chakshumathi School for the Blind, referred us to a headmaster in Kasargod, having been so impressed by several projects previously undertaken by the Ann Foundation in the region.

Empowering the children of Vizag

Located in a town close to Vizag in India, the Kadesh Welfare Society was started five years ago by retired mechanical engineer Nutan Nicodemus.

Freeing Bihar’s young from child labor

Our partnership with the Gayatri Foundation in Bihar, India, began when a local man, Vishal Bhimrajka, applied to volunteer with the Ann Foundation.

Uhuru Mchanganyiko Primary school

Uhuru Mchanganyiko primary school is one of the oldest educational institutions in Tanzania. It was established in the city of Dar es Salaam in 1921,

Empowering exploited children

Vite N Hope has been catering to the needs of underprivileged and exploited street children in Lahore, Pakistan, since 1992.

Rural empowerment program in Gujarat

In October 2012, the Ann Foundation worked with the All India Rural Empowerment Program (AIRET) in the village of Paldi Kankaj in Gujarat. 

The English Club in Ukraine

“In the World with English” was launched March 25, 2012 in the city of Kherson, Ukraine. 

Online English classes at Arakkonam

The Society for Rural Education and Development in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu provides, through its women’s training center, care for 47 children who are too poor to stay in school.

Chakshumathi School for the Blind

The Chakshumathi School for the Blind–in Trivandrum, Kerala, is leading the effort to research, develop and adopt the latest technologies for the empowerment of people who are blind or visually impaired.

Working in Sundarban

In July 2011, the Ann Foundation launched an educational project in Sundarban, West Bengal.