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Saturday, February 15, 2020

Women's Empowerment Project

Delivering multiple roles effortlessly every single day, women are undoubtedly the backbone of any society. Doting daughters, caring mothers, competent colleagues and a wide range of many other roles are played by women around us flawlessly and with grace.
However, they’ve also been an ignored fraction of the society in many parts of the world. This, in turn, has caused women at large to bear the brunt of inequality, oppression, financial dependability and other social evils. For centuries now, women have been living under bondage that restricts them from achieving professional as well as personal heights.

Empowering Women Socially and Economically

To restore their rightful and dignified status, The Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust has initiated women empowerment programs that provide a solid foundation to nurture the inner strength, creativity and self-esteem of women from all walks of life. With this base well established, women are now able to go out into the world, prepared to handle any challenge with skills, confidence and grace. They come to the forefront, where they become agents of peace and positive social change for themselves, their families, other women and their society.

5 Women Empowerment programs taken up by The Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust:

 – Economic independence
 – Girl child education
 – Leadership
 – Social empowerment

Women Empowerment through education:

Education is a potent tool to progress in life. And what better way to uplift and empower women than by educating them? Through its various initiatives, The Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust has empowered young girls and women alike with quality education, even in the remotest corners of the rural India. Know more about this new dawn of knowledge.

Women Empowerment Programs in India

Through the Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust’s women-empowerment programs, women across India and many other countries have been able to gain financial freedom and stand up against social injustice. They’ve also become agents of change by educating and empowering other women about finding their voice and standing up for themselves.
The Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust’s empowerment of women programs are a catalyst that have unsettled centuries of restrictions and given women the much deserved platform to set themselves free and rise as equals.

Rural Empowerment Projects

We’re on a mission to see the young people of Vrygrond Township equipped and empowered to live a life of dignity, purpose and hope by creating pathways to employment.

We provide access to finance, training and equipment

Small and marginal farmers play an essential role in driving forward India’s economy and growth. Despite cultivating nearly 85% of the viable land in the country, these farmers are disproportionately vulnerable to the effects of climate change, market shifts, and other production risks. Too often these farmers fall through the cracks unable to access the services they need to increase their incomes and prosper.


Children's Education Project

A shocking 17.7 million children in India are out of school. Working in hazardous conditions, living on the street, braving hunger, poverty and violence, childhood for them has become an endless struggle to survive.

But despite their circumstances, they have not stopped dreaming. Their dreams are as colourful as any other child’s and they have just as much potential to fulfil them. What they lack is a fair chance – an opportunity to go school, to hone their talents, to even have a happy and carefree childhood that every child deserves.

Last year, 30,000 children across 22 states of India were directly provided education through 261 Mission Education projects. Leaving behind their circumstances, these children took the first step towards a bright future. But if their education is not continued, they may drop out of school.

We have made their education our mission. You too can support online to ensure that poverty doesn't stand in the way of a child's education. Support online and take them a step closer to their dreams.

Join and help us in our efforts to put Every Child in School.

*Sources: UNESCO, Census 2011, UNICEF (State of the World's Children), ILO


Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Tree Plantation Project

Planting a Tree

Planting a tree is a lifelong investment. How well this investment grows depends on the type of tree selected and the planting location, the care provided during planting, and the follow-up care after planting. Getting your new tree off to a healthy start will help the tree mature to its full size and ensures it will provide environmental, economic, and social benefits throughout its lifetime.

When to Plant

Ideally, trees are planted during the dormant season – in the fall after leaf drop or in early spring before budbreak. Weather conditions are cool and allow plants to establish roots in the new location before spring rains and summer heat stimulate new top growth. Healthy balled and burlapped or container trees, however, can be planted throughout the growing season if given appropriate care. In tropical and subtropical climates where trees grow year round, any time is a good time to plant a tree, provided that sufficient water is available.

Planting Stress

Balled and burlapped trees lose a significant portion of their root system when dug at the nursery. As a result, trees commonly exhibit what is known as “transplant shock.” Transplant shock is a state of slowed growth and reduced vitality following transplanting. Container trees may also experience transplant shock, particularly if they have circling or kinked roots that must be cut. Proper site preparation, careful handling to prevent further root damage, and good follow-up care reduces transplant shock and promotes faster recovery.
Learn more about planting a new tree