• 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  



Indian Women and Child Welfare Trust assists in empowering vulnerable, tribal, rural and urban communities to meet their basic needs and overcome justice, restoring hope and dignity.


We give adult education to the ladies. There are about 120 ladies, we teach them so that they are able to read & write. This will help them to open their accounts in the bank and write letters to their relatives. (Read More)
The plight of children is heartbreaking when they are bonded labour. Our Government is taking drastic steps to prevent child labour and encouraging literacy to develop. According to our constitutional article 45 — Universal Free Compulsory Education should be achieved. We should join our hands to fulfill the goal of doing away with child labour and not wait for the Government to act. (Read More)
India is a country of contrasts! The country has as many as 53 billionaires; the fourth highest in the world. But the same country has over 3 million children living on the streets.Among the world’s 10 richest people, four are Indians. On the other side, 17 million Indian children work as labourers. (Read More)
This IWCWT was started in the slum of west Delhi  with about 60 women initially and is now functioning with 120 women. Apart from making prettily hand-embroidered towels, table cloths, cushion covers, hand towels and curtains, the organization also undertakes embroidery work on all types of garments. (Read More)
Some Patients who were affected by leprosy came seeking admission for their children in the home. These parents said that they are afraid to keep their children in the colony because all of them are affected with leprosy. So the IWCWT decided to go and visit the houses and see their living conditions. (Read More)
Even after decades of freedom, India is struggling to provide basic health services to its people. According to government sources, in India 45 children die every hour due to respiratory infections. 1 child dies every 2 minutes due to diarrhoea. And annually, about 2 million children under 5 years of age die due to preventable diseases. (Read More)
Today there are hundreds and thousands of orphans in India, they are amongst the most vulnerable in society as they do not have the same opportunities as other children. They are often forced into child labour in order to survive and miss out on a normal childhood. Needy orphans are usually deprived of food, clothing, sufficient healthcare and a good education. (Read More)
The women’s sewing centre at Vikas puri provides training for up to 150 women at a purpose built centre in Slum.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 (Read More)
The poor people are exploiting by the money lender with high rate of interest, distress sale or mortgaging a valuable or the unripe crop when it is still in the field is the only alternative for a vast majority of the people. The IWCWT has focus especially with slums people for self-income generation group, so that the people can meet their financial need. (Read More)
The IWCWT trust has set up a home for widows and destitute women at New Delhi that houses several unfortunate women who have lost their husbands or have been discarded by their families. (Read More)
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)
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. (Read More)
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. (Read More)
Hunger is still the no.1 cause of death in the world and a third of the worlds hungry live in India. Each minute, five Indians die of hunger which makes 7000 each day and 2.5 million people dying of hunger in India every year. (Read More)
In India basically widow means un fortune woman or unlucky person, nobody wants to see just her face, they believe if they see that whole day would be cursed, and loss. thousands of years our culture follows this evil practice, even today most of them being affected, and they have been rejected in all, family functions, celebrations, social and all economical, right based status and also her children are struggling to get their benefits and legal rights. (Read More)