Navjyoti India Foundation is a not-for-profit society, registered on January 5, 1988 by the then 16 serving police officers of Delhi Police and conceived by Dr Kiran Bedi, first women IPS, and her team of North district police, with the main objective of crime prevention through welfare policing, education of street children, imparting vocational skills for women drug peddlers and detox programs which served as the initial programmes of the foundation.
In the head office of Majri Karala, young men and women are trained in different skills. After school classes are also arranged. Motor mechanic and tailoring courses are given to local youth to make them independent and prevent reduction of crime by carefully harnessing the youthful energy in the right direction.
The electricity cut in the area sometimes makes it very difficult to carry out the programs and use of electricity also produces carbon footprint.
There is an urgent need to install a solar rooftop at the site to make the building more sustainable and eco-friendly. A little contribution can itself add to the climate change for its betterment with performing the SDG no. 6 & 7. The solar rooftop system will also contribute in reducing the electricity bills as a result of which the foundation can invest more money into the development of the lives of the youth.
Make the premise environmentally sustainable by reducing the electricity cost by solar rooftop.
To reduce the carbon footprint while generating revenue by using clean energy.
The project will be implemented at Navjyoti India foundation, Khasra no. 99, Village Majiri karala, near Rohini sector 22, New Delhi.