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Navsamaj Welfare Society

Empowering the People. Empowering the Society




  “Navsamaj Welfare Society”  is open a “COMPUTER TRAINING WITH ENGLISH SPEAKING  

 & PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT” at Rajokari Pahari, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi from 17.04.2018   for underprivileged Chuldren . “Navsamaj Welfare Society”has experiments in getting slum children hooked to computers and the Internet using minimally invasive techniques. If we presume that basic computer literacy is a desirable thing, then it requires a lot less money to implement than what we earlier thought. Computer has become a vital part of today’s society, May it be banks or hospitals, offices or libraries, computers are used anywhere and everywhere today. Thus, the knowledge of computer is much needed in today’s time. “Navsamaj Welfare Society” provides this training to the underprivileged children leading to better future prospects in their lives.

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Hungry Child Free Food Program is focused towards distributing hot, nutritious and fresh food to poor, needy & hungry children across pockets of poverty in Delhi,India. We have a daily nutritious meal coverage of more than 11,000 hungry & underprivileged children and our daily food distribution regimen is smooth, efficient and dependable .

Our belief is that the Nutritious Meal Program has an important “socialisation role”. Food should be served in an organized, dignified, equitable, friendly manner. Towards this, our model Nutritious meals and free food program routine every Monday ,Tuesdat and Friday .


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navsamaj welfare society is working on   WOMEN EMPOWERMENT  last 12 years at rajokari pahari, vasant kunj , new delhi

Women Empowerment: Winds of Change

Women empowerment has become the buzzword today with women working alongside men in all spheres. They profess an independent outlook, whether they are living inside their home or working outside. They are increasingly gaining control over their lives and taking their own decisions with regard to their education, career, profession and lifestyle.

With steady increase in the number of working women, they have gained financial independence, which has given them confidence to lead their own lives and build their own identity. They are successfully taking up diverse professions to prove that they are second to none in any respect.

But while doing so, women also take care to strike a balance between their commitment to their profession as well as their home and family. They are playing multiple roles of a mother, daughter, sister, wife and a working professional with remarkable harmony and ease.   With equal opportunities to work, they are functioning with a spirit of team work to render all possible co-operation to their male counterparts in meeting the deadlines and targets set in their respective professions.

Women empowerment is not limited to urban, working women but women in even remote towns and villages are now increasingly making their voices heard loud and clear in society. They are no longer willing to play a second fiddle to their male counterparts. Educated or not, they are asserting their social and political rights and making their presence felt, regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds.

While it is true that women, by and large, do not face discrimination in society today, unfortunately, many of them face exploitation and harassment which can be of diverse types: emotional, physical, mental and sexual. They are often subjected to rape, abuse and other forms of physical and intellectual violence.

Women empowerment, in the truest sense, will be achieved only when there is attitudinal change in society with regard to womenfolk, treating them with proper respect, dignity, fairness and equality. The rural areas of the country are, by and large, steeped in a feudal and medieval outlook, refusing to grant women equal say in the matters of their education, marriage, dress-code, profession and social interactions.

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Another food distribution event was held at Navsamaj Welfare Society  on 20.05.2018,all the children from “Shiksha Kendra” and their families were provided with  delicious food.The volunteers distributed fruti and patties among the needy and destitute.

During the programme Mr. Gulshan Arora (Adv) Gurgaon, A.P.verma,Shatrudhan Prasad, Avinash Verma , Seema ,Sunita ,Pinku and all volunteer are present there   and enjoy with the children.

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14th Batch Started on 15.05.2018

14th Batch started from 15.05.2018

Navsamaj Welfare Society is started a 14th new batch for "Mahila Silai Kendra" at Rajokari Pahari Vasant kunj New Delhi, We are trying for women as self  Employment and she can help her families  financially.

As a result, these poor women become empowered and are able to provide the basic needs for their families. This project provides vocational training for women, allowing them to rise out of poverty and provide basic needs and school fees for their families.

The process of social development has to take into account the needs, interests and viewpoints of both men & women alike and looking at the situation of women, gender inequalities and inequities that existed, special gender specific programs were formulated and organized to mainstream women into economic activities.Near about 2000 Women tranined from this centre,They are doing work in export house, boutiques  and another place.During programe all staff and volunteers are there.

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