Humankind, a voluntary organization deals in strengthening the exercise of Child Rights, with particular focus on the Right to Development. It primarily provides necessary support to the learning process of underprivileged children. It is mandatory for these children to attend a regular school. Humankind provides supplementary support to them after their regular school hours. The children are also educated in matters of health, hygiene, environment and sanitation. Further Humankind provides guidance for higher studies and vocational training to youth who have passed out of school as also to adults of the community. Under Saksham, Humankind provides vocational training, to begin with, in the trade of tailoring at a centre operating in a rented place in Gandhivas, a "basti" of hundereds of underprivileged families in Sabarmati area of Ahmedabad. Children are also introduced to preliminary financial literacy.
It is worth mentioning that Humankind does the above work with the help of volunteers working on honorary basis. When the children progress to the level of grade 9th and 10th, they are enrolled in regular formal coaching classes. 70% of their coaching fees are borne by Humankind and the balance 30% of the fees are paid by the students' contribution. However, the beneficiary students are expected to provide 2 hours voluntary service in Humankind for 6 days/ week to help other younger children from their own community, if feasible.