A diverse society is not enough – it must be inclusive to make a difference

According to GSI 2018, around 8.1 million people are trapped in modern-day slavery in the country — more than 20 percent of human trafficking victims globally


The NCRB data shows that around 60 percent of the victims rescued are children, while women and girls account for 55 per cent


According to a study conducted by the National Human Rights Commission in 2018, 96% transgenders are denied jobs in India and are forced to take low paying or undignified work for livelihood


According to a Ministry of Statistics report on PwDs, nearly 64% of differently-abled-persons don't have jobs, and more men than women have jobs

Whom we serve?

AADI aims to identify barriers and create advancement opportunities in an equitable way for all our stakeholders, evolving our behaviors and actions to be more inclusive.


Driving The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), AADI aims to ensure a sustainable, prosperous and empowered community by following a vital framework for driving progress against development and inclusivity challenges faced by the world’s most vulnerable. Following the SDGs, AADI sets the global agenda to collaborate more effectively to drive mutual responsibility and accountability for unleashing the sustainable development.

Our Partners

We acknowledge our supporters for enabling us uphold the values of diversity, inclusion, and equity.