Ayushi Jan Sewa Welfare Foundation Trust, Delhi, is engaged in the upliftment of underprivileged sections of society. The trust's main objective is to reduce poverty and improve the quality of life of underprivileged. Communities are empowered to develop internally and become self-sufficient. The trust also creates awareness amongst people living in slum areas about their rights and duties, healthcare matters, importance of a clean environment and national integration. The Trust undertakes activities for the education of children and womens development by providing vocational training.
Their main activities are as follows:
Children Education Program: The Trust has started an education centre to provide education to economically backward children in the area. The team comprises educationists, development professionals, media personnel, workers, activists, consultants, all of whom bring their experiences and perspectives to the organisation and are unified by the common vision of improving the future of children. This program focuses on providing education free of cost to school going children who cannot afford it. Around 180 children benefitted from this program in FY16.
Health Check-up Camps: The Trust provides free medicines, health check-up, eye testing, etc. for economically backward groups. The main focus is to provide specialized medical advice to those suffering from hazardous diseases, and to create awareness about those diseases. At the health camp this year, 160 people benefitted by receiving free medicines, health check-ups and education on health care.
Environment Awareness Program: The Trust educates people and students regarding importance of clean and healthy environments. They also provide plants to people to make their areas and parks more green and educate them on the impact of greenhouse effect in the future. Individuals are encouraged to take small measures like proper waste disposal, planting of trees and buying naturally formulated or green products.
Janmastmi Celebration: During the year, Janmashtami was celebrated at Brahampuri Colony, Ranholla, Delhi. Ras Leela dance drama was performed and the play depicted the entire life of Lord Krishna highlighting the important events of his life.
Income Rs3 lac
Expense Rs3 lac
Source : Audit Report 2016
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