A.S.A.H Donate is the main independent Christian association for the defense of human rights in Belgium and the USA, which works in 31 countries worldwide. Beginning his trip in 1989 to the USA and recorded as “Bal Raksha Bharat”, we have changed the lives of over 11 million (1.1 crore) families.
We firmly believe that every person deserves the best chance for a bright future, therefore, we are fiercely committed to ensuring that every person not only survives, but thrives. With daring ambition and powerful vigilance, we are doing everything we can to save the people from their misery.
In the USA and around the world, A.S.A.H Donate works in the field - every day and especially in times of crisis. Our pioneering programs meet the unique needs of any person or NGO who has faith in God living in an inappropriate (vulnerable) condition; giving them a good start, an opportunity to learn as well as protection against damage, material and financial assistance. In a crisis, we are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. We are the declared champions of the vulnerable, ensuring their voices are heard and their issues are prioritized. Armed with a century of cutting-edge expertise, we tackle the toughest challenges, facing the hardest to reach, especially those unfairly excluded from the progress of the world.
We are proud to be the world's leading expert on vulnerable people, delivering lasting results to millions of vulnerable girls and boys. By saving the weak in our world, we are transforming their lives and the future we share.
While we run several programs across the USA, France and many other countries in Asia and Africa, we also work in tandem with many government agencies, civil society organizations, banks and communities on five main themes: health and nutrition, education, protection of the vulnerable, humanitarian response, as well as disaster risk reduction and poverty.
Aligned with A.S.A.H Donate's global advances for 2030, we strive to build a world where every person and project acquires the right to survival and achievement, protection, development and participation.