ANAR MEHTA

FOUNDER & PRESIDENT OF SRISHTI BHARAT FOUNDATION

“We educate, empower, encourang the hand that nurtures your cradle as it rules the world, ultimately”

Profile :

A dedicated social worker, with strong business insights and empathetic towards all. Proven ability to work with dynamic teams and with international forums. Resourceful in community services. Strong believer of moral values. A true patriot and immence respect for culture and heritage.

Academic History

GLS School

1982 - 1988

Heigher Education

1992 - 1994

Diploma in sports Administration

Sports and health Administration

University of Massechussetts - Boston

Work Experience

Shrishti Bharat Foundation

President & Founder

World Hindu Economic Forum

Member

Nris Council of Women's indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (WICCI)

National President

MSME & Startups Forum - Bharat

President Gujarat State chapter

Women's Wing of Baroda Football Academy

Joint Secretary

Global Chamber of Commerce For World Business Awards

Jury

Skills

  • Leadership
  • Innovation
  • Stress Management
  • Problem Solving
  • Motivational Speaker
  • Team Building
  • Building And Cultivating Relationships
  • International Relations

Srishti Bharat is a platform for the Women to make her empowered, confident, independent, well taught and for her to stand up for herself!

We are working towards making women understand Financial Literacy, Sanitation and Gender Equality. We firmly believe that each one of us can make a difference in the lives of Women. But together we can make a Lifelong Change !

Our efforts are directed to create a safe haven for underprivileged women where they can learn and grow and live with dignity and generate wealth and value for all. We support them to take on bold livelihoods that are non- traditional with the help of our community programs, that enhance a woman’s economic status, quality of life, and decision-making skills within their own families. We help women to step up to leadership roles in their communities and local government, and empower women economically through the formation of self-help groups and our several entrepreneurial initiatives

With this, we ultimately hope to develop a cadre of empowered women who become agents of change in our society.

We are driven with an aim of creating a world where all women even underprivileged enjoy full citizenship, earn respect. We are working across religious and social divides to enable resources for women empowerment.

Today, only 25% of Indian women are employed. Every 1 in 3 women say that they have experienced physical or sexual assault, 70% of all people living in poverty are women and girls, only 22% of the world's political leaders are women.

    Range of Issues faced by Women in India even today:

  • Female Infanticide
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Domestic Violence
  • Early Child Marriages
  • Lack of Education
  • Lack of Personal Hygiene Awareness
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  • We work towards supporting policymakers and other stakeholders to ensure that non-traditional livelihood options are accessible to all women in India. We also advocate for the social concerns being considered in livelihood programmes for wome