• Education for Street/ Slum Children    • Adult Education   • Women Development Program   • Health Awareness Program   • Leprosy Ministry   • HIV/AIDS Awareness   • Widows Ministry   • Child Labour   • Sewing Centre   • Self Help Group  





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Welcome Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust

It is a great opportunity to introduce Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust (IWCWT) which is a Social development, relief and advocacy organization registered in New Delhi as a charitable trust in 2000. We are committed to the Millennium development goals. Our vision is to create a just, equal and peaceful society where everybody shares and cares for the poor, unprivileged and exploited people and make the world a better place to live in. Its priorities and objectives are to carry out charitable, holistic and sustainable development work among the poor, marginalized, downtrodden, illiterate, vulnerable and the exploited ones, irrespective of their caste, creed, color, sex or religion. It has completed 12 years of determined social development service in 2012.

"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot; together we can do GREAT THINGS."(Mother Teresa)

Prayer & Promise


Loving Lord Jesus,

You are the source of all goodness. All treasures are found in You. Come and live in me and provide all my needs. Give me the treasures which You have kept in store for me. May goodness and mercy follow me throughout this year. May I dwell in your presence forever.

In Your matchless name I pray. 



Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed......
Proverbs 16:3

  Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust works to support children, Women and local communities in the fight against poverty and inequality, for a sustainable development.....  

Education: Non-Formal Education for Slum Children

Education is a national level programme from Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust which focuses on basic education for underprivileged children and youth.
Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust believes that whether you are addressing healthcare, poverty, population control, unemployment or human rights, there's no better place to start than in the corridors of Education.(Read More)

Provide skills for Indian Unemployed Women and Young Girls

This project is aimed at empowering women in urban slum areas of north India by providing free sewing and tailoring skill development training to make them self-sufficiency and self reliant. The project will enable women deprived, poverty stricken working as domestic servants, single parent and widows are being given opportunity to undergo free training in sewing and tailoring.(Read More)

Building Peace and Ending Gender-Based Violence

Indian Women And Child Welfare Trust is to create a world where women have the right to live free from all forms of violence. We also look at the root causes and factors that promote a culture of violence in our societies. As such, building peace does not only mean the absence of violence, but ensuring just solutions to the world’s inequalities, the end of gender-based violence, and women and girls’ entitlement to all their human rights.

Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief

From responding to natural disasters to supplying health facilities to implementing programs that allow Ministries of Health to leverage their limited budgets, Humanitarian Assistance programs work nationally to provide resources where they are needed most. Our strategy is to provide emergency support leading to long-term health programs addressing gaps and needs. Our emergency missions provide medical care to people who need it with volunteer doctors and nurses, update the knowledge and skills of local providers, help to rehabilitate health facilities, and provide essential medicines and supplies. (Read More)

Educating Women - About Their Legal Rights

We know that in order to protect women from injustice, they must be aware of the laws protecting their rights and the community resources available for advocating and securing them. As program participants, women learn the difference between what the law states and the actual legal practices in their country, and the ways in which the legal system can protect women and children. They engage in discussions to enhance their legal understanding of marriage, divorce, child custody, domestic violence and rape, ownership, inheritance and the control of assets. As a result, participants are able to make informed decisions, take action and advocate for their families, communities and nations.

Sewing Centre Program

IWCWT facilitated a tailoring course for rag pickers and domestic helpers in a community in West Delhi, India. This helps them earn their living and provide for their family. The centre provides an important supportive environment for the women to meet and when certain skill levels have been achieved the project provides a sewing machine which can supply the successful trainee with the vitally important independent source of income. Saving and credit schemes have also been implemented and women’s fairs with drama and community activities organized. (Read More)


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Send a child to school now!

Many children are waiting for that someone who will realize their dream of education. What means very little to us means a lot to them. Just Rs.1500 a month can get a child access to good health, education and better living conditions. Indian Women And Child Welfare Trust sponsorship program has helped hundreds of children fulfill their dreams. Here's your opportunity to make a difference. (Read More)

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Women Empowerment

There are several clear indicators of the fact that Indian women continue to be discriminated against – the sex ratio is skewed against them; maternal mortality is the second highest in the world; more than 40% of women are illiterate; and crimes against women are in all respects rising. (Read More)

Access to Primary Education

Indian Women And Child Welfare Trust is facilitating access to education for Women/children through Education Awareness Programmes focusing on women/ girl child and school dropouts. The awareness programmes are helping parents understand the importance of children’s education and to encourage them to go to school. By providing access to education, our project empowers girls, women's to fight the causes and effects of poverty in their lives and build a brighter future for themselves, their families and their communities.

Feeding Program

Feeding Program has enabled children living in the West Delhi slum to have healthy, bright futures. Through a solid education and two warm meals every day, children on the program have steadily graduated to earn a degree and make a liveable wage for themselves – thus breaking the cycle of poverty in their families. (Read More)


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Medical Check-up Camp

The Trust organized free Medical Check-Up camps and providing medicines to slum/street children, man, women and old age persons. For this charitable cause, the Trust cordially invites doctors from the reputed Govt. Hospital/ Dispensaries.


Registered office: 540 Group-1 Janta Flats, Hastsal Uttam Nagar New Delhi - 110059 (India), Contact: +91-11-25353022, +91-9810003222, Email: director@iwcwtministry.org

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