HAI is a global Indian NGO working to alleviate poverty, hunger, and violence.
HAI is a not for profit organization under the Indian Trusts Act, founded by a team of humanitarian and development professionals with a collective global experience of over 300 years. The organizational purpose is to establish a global aid institution founded and headquartered in India to extend effective and efficient humanitarian assistance and invest in sustainable and resilient development to eradicate poverty and hunger.
The models of development and humanitarian architecture have largely been defined by the western world for the developing world. HAI aspires to evolve development and humanitarian paradigms based on Indian traditional practices, but informed by western architecture and Indian experience, by galvanizing efforts and resources within and without the country.
HAI is the first global Indian brand which works in the least developed and middle-income countries, in addition to India. HAI will respond to medium and mega-disasters in India and focus countries around the world. Additionally, HAI will pay special attention to disaster risk reduction, climate change, and adaptation and building resilience
An Indian civil society organization of international stature and standing is leading humanitarian assistance and development initiatives that reduce risks of poverty, hunger, and violence in the world.
To create a global Indian brand, based on traditional Indian altruism and informed by western humanitarian architecture, to synergise the efforts and desire of Indian communities, mobilize resource from within and without including Indian diaspora, to ameliorate the effects of poverty, hunger and violence in least developed and middle-income countries caused by natural, human and climate-induced disasters, thereby contributing to Core Commitments of Agenda for Humanity, Commitments of Grand Bargain, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the targets outlined in the Sendai Framework.
Humanitarian Response, Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate change & Adaptation and Humanitarian Advocacy
Indian civil society, Indian diaspora, Corporate houses, Faith-based institutions and Media houses