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  1. Kanchan Kunj CLC Celebrates Republic Day

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    Human Welfare Foundation celebrated the Republic Day with the students of Community Learning Centre in Kanchan Kunj in Delhi. More than 70 children gathered for the program and participated for Naat, Nazam, patriotic songs and a quiz competitions.
    The chief guest Salimullah Khan, Sr. Education Manager interacted with the children and shared inspirational story with them.

    Community Learning Centres-CLC is one of our promising projects. CLCs are set up in slums or slum-like places having 2-3 classrooms with adequate facilities. CLCs aim at imparting basic education to the out of school children in order to make them ready for formal education and providing coaching for dropout and school going children. After providing basic literacy and education, children are enrolled in nearby schools. These centres also provide vocational training to women and adults.

  2. Free Dental Screening Camp

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    In collaboration with Faculty of Dentistry, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, the Healthcare & Orphan Care Departments jointly organized a dental care camp at Community Learning Centre in Kanchan Kunj, Delhi.

    Around 90 people including children undergo dental screening and the people who need further treatment have been referred to JMI Dental College.

  3. The Scholar School, Guwahati celebrates Annual Day-2022

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    The Scholar School, Guwahati, Assam, run by Human Welfare Foundation, celebrated its Annual Day-2022 with festivities at its campus.

    Arifali T, Vice Chairman, inaugurating the Annual Day

    The Scholar School, Guwahati, Assam, run by Human Welfare Foundation, celebrated its Annual Day-2022 with much festivities at its campus.

    Annual Day celebrations didn’t happen in 2020 and 2021 due covid induced restrictions. However, In the final examinations in 2021, the school achieved 100% results. The school has been affiliated to CBSE and State Education Board as well.

    Arifali T, Vice Chairman, Human Welfare Foundation, inaugurated the much awaited Annual Day. In his speech, he expressed immense pleasure that within a short span of four years the school has achieved CBSE and State Board affiliation. The Human Welfare Foundation’s activities are spread across India, with a particular emphasis on the North and North Eastern states. Initially, for four to five years, HWF began by providing financial assistance through donations to educational institutions, liberators, and other infrastructure projects, he said.

    Gradually, HWF moved on to managing various campuses in Bihar, Assam, and Jharkhand. Mr. T. Arif Ali explained the operational procedure, saying that HWF (Vision 2026) raised funds from prospective donors to complete projects like schools.

    Remembering Vision 2016 project, he said that it was the dream of the late founding member, Prof. K.A. Mr. Siddique Hasan to establish a school in Assam. After discussions and deliberations with from Dr. Ahmed and Mr. Soopy, the school building was inaugurated in 2012.

    Further, the Vice Chairman noted that this school is striving to provide quality education to BTAD students and has excelled in making the vision of HWF a reality. With affordable fees, Vision 2026, is committed to providing academic excellence, value-added education, and educational upliftment for underprivileged communities.

    Dr. Ahmed (UAE) addressing the gathering

    Dr. Ahmed, the Guest of Honor,. also addressed the gathering.

    Cultural Programs
    Cultural Programs

    Shams Tabrez, Driector-Education, Human Welfare Foundation and other dignitaries were also present at the inaugural program. Students’ arts and cultural programs were also held.

    Felicitating Rohan Sinha for won Gold Medal in Boxing Championship
    Felicitating Manash Jyoti Bora for winning Gold Medal in the All Assam Wushu Championship

    Arifali and Dr. Ahmed jointly felicitated two students for their special achievements. Manash Jyoti Bora, a Grade V student the school won Gold Medal in the All Assam Wushu Championship held in November 2022 and Rohan Sinha, a Grade XI student for won Gold Medal in Boxing Championship and represented India in the Netherlands MMA Championship-2021.

  4. Solar PV Installer Workshop

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    Innovation & Skill Training Center under the aegis of Human welfare foundation organised Solar PV Installer Training Workshop in Gesupur, Uttar Pradesh under Vocational Training Program. 20 Trainees attended the workshop and got trained in concept, installation, operation and maintenance of Solar PV Electrical System.

  5. Skill development training concludes in Jharkhand

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    The Skill Development Program of Human Welfare Foundation helps the underprivileged segments of society to improve their technical skills, Knowledge and enable them to skilled employment and entrepreneurship.

    HWF organized one-month intensive on the job electrician training session with 40 trainees in the Ranchi district of Jharkhand State in collaboration with LIC HFL Udhyam a CSR initiative of LIC of India.
    The first batch concluded their training session on 2nd November 2022.

  6. Growing Life with HWF Support

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    Arman Zameer is 30 is years old self-employed youth from Ramgarh district in Jharkhand. He recently got married and lives with joint family. He worked as an aluminum fabricator (own business) and take cares of his 7 member family.

    Zameer who has been self-employed since last 10 years lost his work and incurred heavy debt. He is also a victim of the Covid Induced lockdown. As per the findings of many studies, over three-fourths of small businesses in the country faced adverse impact during the covid-19 pandemic, with those in the manufacturing sector reporting more troubles, according to a survey. The survey conducted by data firm Dun & Bread Street has shown that 82% of businesses have experienced a negative impact during the pandemic year.

    When the country slowly began to return to normalcy, Zameer expected to restart his work. But economic activities did not recover as expected. It had wide and deep impact on people’s spending habit. Moreover, his clients didn’t clear their dues. The lack of credit supply resented his business activities and thus the family was under economic distress. He was receiving credit-based order but could not complete the orders due to non-availability of raw materials on credit.

    Hopeless and distressed Arman Zameer learned about livelihood support programs of HWF from social media. This rekindled his hope to rerun to his business and he approached HWF.

    With the financial support from HWF, Arman restarted his business. He was supported with stockpiles of all required raw materials. Now he is earning a profit which is almost sufficient to support his family.

    He wants to continue his studies and enhances his skills. Presently he is pursuing graduation through the open stream.,

  7. Impact of Nagrik Vikas Kendras as Social Change Agent

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    Field-notes from Jharkhand and West Bengal by Dr. Shiraz Sheikh

    NVK beneficiary from Dodda district in Jharkhand

    In India welfare schemes have been part and parcel of government policies.  In the current scenario both the state and central governments have initiated range of welfare schemes to offer social and economic security to the impoverished citizen.  The Nagrik Vikas Kendra (NVK) – a flagship program of Vison 2026 believes that these social welfare schemes are rightful entitlements of the underprivileged citizen.  However, it has been observed that the awareness about these schemes among its potential beneficiaries are inadequate or at time missing. The Vision 2026 has taken initiatives to make people aware and access benefits of these social welfare schemes through NVKs in the hinterlands of rural India.

    At presently there are 31 NVKs run under the Vison2026 programs which enable underprivileged segments of society to live a life of self-sufficiency and dignity by getting access to different welfare schemes offered by the Central and State governments. As standard practice of the HWF all Vision2026 projects are regularly evaluated and monitored. In this process 8 NVKs from Jharkhand and West Bengal were evaluated.  

    The evaluation was not limited to the quantitative parameters and was also assessed on qualitative indicators.  To measure whether the intervention made any substantial impact beneficiary feedback were collected. During our field assessment we found encouraging and grassroots changes due to the presence of NVKs. In these reports some of the stories of changes are shared.

    Read the stories:

    West Bengal


    Dr. Shiraz interacting with NVK Beneficiary at Aamdanga in West Bengal
  8. Project Ehsas food distribution project completes one year

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    Project Ehsas, the hunger relief initiative of Human Welfare Foundation launched in the wake of Covid-19 to provide relief to the unemployed and those living in the streets and slums in North Indian cities completed one year.

    The project was launched in Kolkata and expanded to Delhi. Now the project functions from Jogeswari in Mumbai and Lucknow also. Community Kitchen established in Delhi has a capacity to prepare 3000 food packets at a time.

    Around 2.5 Lakh food packs have been distributed till this time. Vision aims to expand this project to other North Indian cities in the near future.

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