The AIM India Forum is a non-profit organization that helps Indian citizens living in India and abroad. They receive a range of support and services, such as shelter, food, clothing, legal advice, education, and medical care. The government and social service agencies work with us on various issues pertaining to our fellow Indians.
Helping Indians is one of our core beliefs. We work with individuals to build capacity, promote awareness and provide relevant information to the citizens of India. We have made every effort to compile accurate information regarding relevant social issues to fulfill our mission statement. It is our policy to assist every individual in problems concerning social issues, regardless of caste, creed or religion.
We take pride in helping Indians grow and achieve their mission, by providing the right tools and knowledge to them. We are an independent, volunteer-run organization located in India and abroad.
Commitment: Aim India Forum wants to inspire people in the communities to actively commit themselves to the social and economic transformation of their communities.
Responsibility: The focus of Aim India Forum is to empower the vulnerable and the generality of community members to take a collective responsibility of their survival needs.
Possibility: Aim India Forum wants to expand the perspective of young orphans (especially girls) to make them aware of life’s possibilities.
Support: People are dramatically influenced by their support system. Aim India Forum wants to surround orphans in a caring and inclusive learning environment.
Belongingness: The feeling to belong to groups is manifested in the identification of one’s potential which can be achieved through training. This will eliminate misery and avoid the spirit of loneliness.
Participation: Orphans are unique and possess rich resources that are beneficial to society only if their capacities and present settings can be developed. This will assist them not only to identify and express their rights, but also identify and perform their responsibilities in society.
Distresses and Stranded Relief in Foreign Countries and Repatriation of Distressed Indian Citizens Living Abroad
Empowering orphans through quality education, unlocking their potential for a brighter, self-reliant future
Empowering lives through innovative cancer treatment solutions, fostering hope and healing for a brighter future
Supporting orphan & poor women, creating joyful unions & new beginnings through compassionate marriages
Sick, stranded and broke. This is how a 38-year-old worker, hailing from the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, was found as he lay unconscious on a street in Sharjah last month. But thanks to the timely help of a few social workers and philanthropists from the state of Karnataka, as well as the Indian consulate, the distressed worker has now not only received care, but also been safely repatriated to his hometown in India.
Sixty-four Indian men found cramped in a one-bedroom apartment have been rescued in Sharjah. It turned out they were flown in by unscrupulous recruitment agents who promised them jobs in the UAE.
On April 21, Khaleej Times reported the plight of 64 labourers from India, who were found cramped in a one-bedroom apartment after they were cheated by an agent. Now, 49 of them have secured jobs after more than 20 companies came forward to offer support to the distressed workers. The others have returned to their home country.
Social worker Shirali Shaikh Muzaffer from AIM India Forum — a platform that supports stranded Indian nationals — along with SM Afzal and Sarfaraz Jukaku from the Bhatkal community, helped the workers obtain their white passports (outpass). They reported the issue to the police and arranged the necessary travel papers, like immigration clearance and PCR tests.
Hidayath Addoor from International Kannadigas Federation, Muzzafar Sheik Aim India Forum and Raj Shinde from Fortune group along with Chhangur Prasad.
A 31-year-old man from Bhatkal, who has been working as a seafarer on a cargo ship in Iran has been stranded at the port for more than 19 months. The dispute among the ship owners and pandemic situation has forced Yaseen Shah, resident of Bhatkal, to live a tough life in the docking area of Iran port in Chabahar.
When you join the AIM India Forum as a member, you become an integral part of a dynamic and compassionate community that is actively working to drive change. As a member, you will have the opportunity to:
Make a Meaningful Impact: Your membership directly contributes to our initiatives, allowing us to extend our reach and help more individuals in need.
Access to Resources: Gain exclusive access to a wealth of resources, information, and tools that will empower you to create a positive impact in your own capacity.
Collaborate and Connect: Engage with like-minded individuals who share your passion for social change, fostering connections that amplify our collective efforts.
Participate in Programs: Take part in our diverse range of programs, workshops, and events designed to enhance your knowledge, skills, and understanding of critical social issues.
Join us today and be a part of a community that is dedicated to fostering a brighter future for our fellow Indians. Your support matters, and together, we can create a world where every Indian has the opportunity to thrive and succeed.
Empower. Impact. Transform. Together.