Welcome! You are here because you are interested in our work, or maybe the field we are working in. It will be a privilege to have you get involved.
If you’re interested in working with us at AHP, click on the button below. Then, you upload your CV and send it to us. The moment we have an opening, we’ll let you know!
We welcome everyone to volunteer with us. AHP has meaningful opportunities for volunteers to assist with training, documentation, advocacy and outreach, communications, event planning, administrative tasks, and more. If you are interested in volunteering for any of these, please let us know!
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We are looking for talented young people who are interested in our area of work to join our team. If you are interested in an internship with AHP, please write to us.
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Thank you for your interest in our work. If you would like to see the real-life situation of the poorer section of the community, see the challenges they face and how they cope with them, and also see how AHP intervenes and makes an effort to bring the people together and take charge of the situation, then you can join us on our field visits.
Costs will depend upon the field location, mode of travel and number of days of the visit.
Please write to us to know the upcoming trips!
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Write to us with your query and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Why work with us?
By joining our team, you get an opportunity to bring a change in the lives of the people in the marginalised section of society.
If you have any other skills which may be useful to us, please let us know!
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“Pursuing with the goal of creating an equitable society- free of hunger and poverty, AHP believes in the collective strength of local human-capital and concentrates its efforts primarily on generating locally appropriate employment opportunities, improving people’s access to social services, training and evidence based research, developing partnerships and advocating these issues at appropriate platforms for opinion building and demand policy changes.