About Us

The Nabha Foundation

The Nabha Foundation has been established in response to a felt need for holistic development of Nabha and aims at transforming and establishing Nabha as a model for mid-sized towns in India. The Foundation’s key areas of focus are integrated and sustainable urban and rural development, education, health, livelihood, sanitation and heritage conservation. The Nabha Foundation seeks to bring together multiple stakeholders – the state and union governments, national and international development agencies, academic and research institutions and above all the people of Nabha, to engage in a creative dynamic action through integrated and sustainable programs that focus on environmental health, economic profitability and social and economic equity, in the areas of education, livelihoods, health, youth employment, women empowerment and heritage.

Our Work

Women  Empowerment

The Nabha Foundation aims to empower the marginalized women, who are below the poverty line through skilling. View more

Sustainable  Agriculture

To promote solutions that work, The Nabha Foundation has established a Sustainable Agriculture Program for small and landless farmers in Nabha. View more

Education  Program

The Foundation identified education as a key tool and instrument for social change and development. View more

Community Health Program (CHP)

The Foundation is creating awareness and working towards behaviour modification. View more

Heritage Conservation

The Foundation is leading a process to mainstream Nabha’s heritage into contemporary life and connect it to the transformation of Nabha.View more

Water & Sanitation Program

The Nabha Foundation’s most recent initiative is to improve sanitation conditions in Nabha Town. View more

Leadership Team

Uday Nabha Khemka, Managing Trustee

Uday is Vice Chairman of the SUN Group, and is Managing Trustee of his family’s charitable trusts, the Nand & Jeet Khemka Foundation and the Nabha Foundation…

Leadership Team

Jai Singh Gill, Executive Chairman & Trustee

Mr. J.S. Gill an Indian Administrative Service (IAS) Officer (1968), retired as the Chief Secretary, Punjab in 2006. Mr. Gill is currently serving Chairman…