Founded in 1992, Kislay works to promote the rights of urban poor communities in slum areas of New Delhi. The organization’s programs focus on the rights to housing, food and education, and the regulation of employment and social security for domestic workers.
Livelihood Rights for the Unorganized Sector
To advance the right to housing, employment and social security for informal economy workers and slum residents by community organizing, livelihood activities and advocacy campaigns.
|Project Grant Amount||$20,000|
|Total Grants Received||$72,000|
|Theme||Natural Resource Rights and Economic Justice|
|Population Served||Migrants, Religious/Ethnic Minorities, Workers, Youth|