H.No.-275,St.No.12, Saboli Village,Nand Nagri,Delhi-110093
+91 - 9953683034

Nai Pahal was founded by young professionals of different fields, in the year 2010 with a sole objective of Holistic Development of Society. It is a registered national level Non- Governmental Organization under the Society Registration Act 1920. It is neither profit making nor political in nature.

Nai Pahal is a developmental organization of national repute believes in humanitarian development and facilitating community development initiatives since 2010. Our strategy is to empower the vulnerable sections of the society by building their capacities through Education, Skill Based Training and apprenticeship. We are working for the cause of human development focusing on the less privileged sections of the society in the rural and urban areas of the country. The organization primarily focuses on the issues related to Health, Education, Livelihood, Women and youth Empowerment, Gender Balance, community based issues and Environment Protection.

Nai Pahal is one of the fastest emerging organizations in the area of Development. Its aim is to render suitable services to the poor and vulnerable persons of the Walled City areas of Delhi/NCR and its surroundings.

Mission :

We endeavor to provide the less-privileged children, women and Youth education, knowledge, skills, values and facilities that will enable them to compete in the mainstream environment and live with dignity in the society.


We envision contributing significantly towards quality education, healthcare and livelihood facilities to the socially and economically disadvantaged people


  • To provide better health facilities
  • To provide better education facilities for economic weaker students
  • To create awareness among the community on Child Protection, women empowerment and community based issues.
  • To develop the skills of adolescent & women through various skill development training programs.
  • To educate community for personal hygiene and environmental sanitation
  • To sensitize the community about the local issues and engage local leaders and concern authorities.
  • To make people self-reliant and self-sufficient.