Vaastav came as “A Ray of Hope” for me a totally depressed person who was on verge to take extreme steps of self hurt, I came accross Vaastav Foundation and than i started to attend the Weekly Meetings and getting counseled by the vasstav counselling team. The most important thing that i learnt during the sessions reminds me of a quote Mahatma Gandhi “First they ignore you, then they mock you, then they fight you, then you win “!!
Some of the most joyous and memorable moments are attending the International Men’s Day Campaign and Vaastav Marathon, The experience was worth it as it really inspired me to give back to the society. Vaastav lives up to its name. It gives one the hope that things can be changed and will change.
Being a Counselor providing legal and emotional counseling to men and women from a male-positive point of view
When most of the people who come for counseling are very depressed. As a counselors primary responsibility is to infuse fresh breath of life in such people. Taking pride in turning these depressed souls into fighters with a Prime Motto for of being committed for reducing the growing suicide of Men.
Creating Public Awareness by
1. Educating the public about how men are hurt by sex discrimination
2. Educate public about male victims of domestic violence, men’s health concerns and how men are often victimized by false cases and accusatiom, particularly during divorce.
3. Resolutely making the case for men’s equality in every area of life.
4. Advocating for Gender Neutral Laws and Mens Welfare Ministry.