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Our work in UK is mainly around development awareness through our Jagruti programme. This includes our DFID funded projects Sudarshan (working with businesses) and Naitika (working with youth).

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Sanskrit translation: to create awareness
The Jagruti Programme aims to raise awareness about development issues being faced globally and relating these to South Asia, mainly India. This is achieved through AFP’s unique 3E approach – Educate, Empower and Engage, which involves interactive events and talks.
Read about our exciting new projects Sudarshan and Naitika

Asian Foundation for Philanthropy (AFP) was established as a registered charity in 2005 to provide a channel for the South Asian Diaspora Group (SADG), predominantly Indians, to better engage with development initiatives in India. Many seek to engage in charitable acts either though donating money or time to marginalised communities in India, however the benefits of their contributions have not been sustained over the long run.

Indians number 1.6 million (UK National Census) in the UK, and this is one of the largest population of Indians outside of India.