Visit a Project

Are you visiting India in the near future and have some time to spare during your visit?

We highly recommend meeting some extremely enthusiastic kids at an Asha for Education project. We promise it will be an experience you will cherish for a long time!



Select the project you want to visit. You can choose more than one

Remember: Ensure that the school is in session on the day of your visit

Disclaimer: Asha for Education does not reimburse travel expenses for these visits


You know when and where you’ll be going but don’t know what to do when you get there? These tips will help you get ready for your visit!

Remember to…

Dislcaimer: All of the guidelines may not apply to your visit. The guidelines are exhaustive and are targeted to prep an Asha volunteer for a visit. The intent here is to help you get a broad understanding of how Asha operates



Try to be at the school before the start time,

  • Learn, observe, understand
  • Interact, discuss, deliberate
  • Take pictures & videos, we’d love to see them too!!

We’d love to put the pictures up on Site Visit Albums

Share your visit experience with us!

Featured Visitor

Padmanava Sen has traveled extensively into remote corners of India visiting more than 50 Asha projects over the course of last few years. Read more about his experiences in his blog post


…and more


visiting Diksha Khel project in Patna, Bihar. The school is supported by Asha Purdue


visiting Nishtha Night Shelter project in South 24 Paraganas District, West Bengal. The initiative is supported by Asha Atlanta


visiting Sandnya Sanwardhan Sanstha, in Nagpur, Maharashtra. The school is supported by Asha Athens


visiting BSPES in Jattari, Uttar Pradesh. The school is supported by Asha Boston