SRADHA aims to make cities inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable. Cities offer the promise of education, jobs, and health and social services, yet too many people are unable to access these benefits. Many urban residents live in slums and contend with extreme poverty and exclusion.
SRADHA works to promote inclusive urbanization, including by improving access to health care, other basic services, creating livelihood opportunities in urban slums. SRADHA also advocates for the welfare and sustainability of urbanizing communities, and helps gather data about their needs. SRADHA has been working with a focus on urban poverty, climate change in cities and rural-urban linkages. We work with urban neighbourhoods to promote equitable, inclusive, sustainable and resilient urban development.
SMART City Projects
SRADHA advocates for models of sustainable urbanization based on new urbanism principles that have transformative potential to provide people with prosperity, safety and equity, responsive governance, transit oriented development, fiscal sustainability, infrastructure and socio economic development, strategic directions and smart goals.
SRADHA is interested partnership development for projects on “planning and implementing people centric programmes for making socially supportive smart city with the objectives to develop a youth-centric and youth-led integrated social intervention models to support citizens connect initiative, promote safety and security of girls and women in cities with specific focus on urban slums through community partnerships and increase availability and accessibility of social, health and other development programmes for the vulnerable and marginalized population sub groups people centric interventions through engagement of youth, especially women and girls, with focus on the most marginalized.
SRASDHA is interested to provide technical and managerial support for strengthening smart city social interventions focused on promoting safe living environment, health and wellbeing, equitable social benefits and improved facilities and services for the most vulnerable especially children, girls and women.