Our Projects

Udaan currently focuses on health-related projects and closely works with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) and other line departments to provide prevention, care, support, and treatment services. We also support communities in accessing social welfare schemes provided by local bodies, State and Central Governments.



GHAR & VIHAAN: Targets to improve the quality of life of People Living with HIV/AIDS

Drop-in-centres are set up for People Living with HIV (PLHIV) and other members from socially stigmatized communities at Ghatkopar and Goregaon in Mumbai and Panvel in Raigad.

Through our drop-in-centres at Ghatkopar and Goregaon and Panvel (Raigad), we reach out to 37,000+ PLHIV. They are linked to various government social protection and welfare schemes, and to avail of a few life-saving medicines from government hospitals across the state. 

PLHIV get Together Program

RAHI, PRAVASI, PRABHAT, SAKSHAM: Targets to reduce STI/HIV/AIDS infections amongst migrants 

The project focuses on STI and HIV prevention activities. More than 75,000 migrant populations in Mumbai (Pravasi-Goregaon, Rahi-Ghatkopar), Thane (Prabhat-Bhiwandi), and Raigad (Saksham-Panvel) have been provided information on HIV and STI preventions, referrals for screening of STI and HIV, and treatment for the same.

The project also provides information on safe sexual health practices through IEC and condom promotion

World AIDS Day Awareness Program


The project works on Prevention of STI/HIV among Transgenders & MSM in Pune district. The services are provided through safe spaces—one in the heart of Pune city (PMC area) and in Pimpri (PCMC area) to 1,400 MSM/TGs across the twin cities. 


  • 1,19,200 community members were provided with need-based services, including referrals and linkages.
  • 37,000 People living with HIV/AIDS were linked to access treatment from government hospitals and provided onsite support.
  • 1,400 MSM and Transgenders were tested for STI/HIV/AIDS in government hospitals and provided counselling services with needed commodities including condoms to protect themselves from STI/HIV/AIDS thus bringing down the prevalence rate of HIV from >5% to less than 0.25%.
  • 75,000 Migrants were protected from contracting infections such as STI/HIV/AIDS and provided needed commodities to safeguard their lives.
  • 15,000 community members were linked to different government social welfare schemes.