- Arpan was awarded “The Most Committed NGO” in Early Childhood Care and Education, 2017 by The Early Childhood Association, India. It is an association that empowers parents, teachers and others to explore and develop holistic programs for children that will look after their well-being, relationships, family and community. Sharalene Moonjely, Arpan’s Public Engagement Director received the award on behalf of Arpan.
- Arpan received the ‘Platinum’ category award for being completely accountable and transparent as an organisation accredited by Guidestar India. Hemesh Sheth, Director – Operations of Arpan received the award on 27th September 2016.
- Arpan was awarded the C. Henry Kempe Award by ISPCAN (International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect, USA) for doing significant work in the area of Child Abuse on 28th August 2016. This award was received by Pooja Taparia on behalf of Arpan at the ISPCAN Conference in Calgary, Canada.
- Arpan won the Dasra Girl Power Award in the category of ‘Safety and Mobility’ in March 2015. The Dasra Girl Power Awards is an initiative that recognises impactful and innovative programs that work with adolescent girls in three distinct areas of interventions – Health, Education and Life Skills.
- Arpan won the Global NGO Excellence Award in the category of ‘Child Rights’. This was awarded on 18th February 2015 by the World CSR Congress at Taj Lands End, Mumbai.
- Arpan received the Jamnalal Bajaj Uchit Vyavahar Puraskar (Council for Fair Business Practices) 2011 in the category of Charitable Associations for their outstanding achievements/contribution in adhering to the highest ethical practices and providing complete satisfaction to beneficiaries and other stakeholders.
“When we heard Arpan’s presentation on their work in helping prevent and reduce the occurrence of Child Sexual Abuse, we couldn’t help but applaud the efforts that are being put in by Arpan and its team. Arpan functions on a child-centered model.
What moved us is the fact that the organisation is not aiming at scalability. It is going right to the root of the end beneficiaries which are children, but at the same time, they also recognise that they need to address and handle cases of Adult survivors of child sexual abuse so that there are fewer cases of revictimization.
We were also pleased to note that Arpan is following a model, which is very systematic. They are doing things in a manner that establishes a level of Independence.
CSA is an issue that should move and stir each one of us. Anyone who sees or engages should understand the criticality of this issue.”
– Vineet Bhatnagar, Chairman, Awards Committee
- Arpan won the India NGO National Award, 2011, in the ‘Small Category’ (Budget under one crore) a joint venture by the Resource Alliance, UK and the Rockefeller Foundation, US for doing exemplary work in the NGO sector by way of professional management, innovation in local resource mobilization and the effectiveness of the organization’s activities in improving the lives of the people it serves.
“Arpan is recognised as an expert organisation in preventing sex abuse amongst children. Arpan’s program is unique because, at this scale, Arpan is the only organisation with a very innovative model for sex abuse prevention in the country. Arpan is expanding the outreach of its the program by also training teachers, parents, caretakers, NGO professionals, social workers (working for children), etc. Arpan is currently imparting very specialised services on this sensitive issue and is considered as one of the resource agencies in the country. Qualitative change among those being trained through innovate ways are also being recorded and measured by Arpan effectively.”
– Resource Alliance, UK
- Arpan won the 1st Runner Up prize of the Lifebuoy National Child Health Award in the category of Social and Psychological Well-being of children in the year 2009. This was awarded by Hindustan Unilever, New Delhi.