Vicente Ferrer Foundation

What does it do?

What does it do?
  • It is a foundation that is committed to developing the poorest and most neglected areas of India.
  • It primarily aims to bridge the social gap in the most vulnerable communities at risk of exclusion.
  • The foundation strives to eradicate inequalities, helping to reintegrate the most disadvantaged collectives into society and the labour market.

Where does it work?

Where does it work?
  • It centralises its efforts in the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, located in south-eastern India.
  • It works in 3,662 villages in India.
  • The foundation has volunteers across Spain and India.

Other relevant information

Other relevant information:
  • It runs programmes in various fields of action: education, healthcare, women, habitat, disability inclusive development, and ecology.
  • It has an extensive network of volunteers who raise funds through activities in Spanish schools, fair trade markets or social initiatives, to reinvest in their projects in India.
  • They help more than 3.5 million socially marginalised people.

Vicente Ferrer Foundation

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