About Pehchaan

Profile of the Organisation:

The 'Pehchaan NGO' was registered under the Societies Registration Act on 28th Jan, 2016, with registration number 1122/6164M and renewal number R/GHA/17643/2020-2021. Its unique number is UP/2017/0153557. It was founded by a group of professionals with a vision to work on a people-centric model of development inspired by Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam's ideals of social change. They focus on areas such as public health, education, gender, community development, and social welfare.


To work/act as a ‘THE POWER OF RE-USE’ to help the poorest of the poor access and actualise their rights as enshrined in the Constitution of India.

Aims & Objectives:

Spatially, Pehchaan NGO has support centres in Ghaziabad, Noida and in Etawah (Uttar Pradesh).

Ankur Program, run by the Pehchaan NGO, is being run from 01 April 2017 in which 1800 malnourished children have been rescued by this program.

In order to operate this program, PEHCHAAN NGO provides free of cost medicines for community health center Mahewa ETAWAH and PEHCHAAN NGO camps are put in a fixed place and at fixed time and distribute medicine free of cost for malnourished children. by the help of Superintendent of Community Health Center Doctor Yatendra Rajput and their staff.

Season is changing and your clothes from last year may not fit. If you notice clothes piling up in your family’s closets — and you’re looking for a way to help the less fortunate — donating clothes could be a super-easy start. Throughout the year, we collect all kinds of summer and winter clothes for children and adults at our centre.

A small gesture of yours will be a boon for poverty stricken, deprived people to stay happy during the cruel summer / winter season. So, show your generosity, and help us to collect as many as clothes to keep the deprived ones comfortable in harsh summers and winters.

Pehchaan NGO runs a programe Gyan Jyoti in Noida and Ghaziabad for begger and slum kids, where besides education they make children aware of their rights, values and how to achieve their dreams. vocational courses for begger and slum teenagers to impart them practical skills that can make them financially self-sufficient.


The organisation has been accorded 12A status under the Income Tax Act.

“We are privileged to serve the poor and needy.”