VSWO At A Glance
VIDISHA SOCIAL WELFARE ORGANISATION, is working since last so many years not only in Vidisha but also for the surrounding region of Vidisha/Bhopal like Rajgarh, Raisen, Guna, AhokNagar, Sagar, Sehore and having Madhya Pradesh as work area and having a better experience in the field of Social Welfare and upliftment of Society. Society work from last few years in the field of Farmer club programme, Farm field School, JLG’s, VTP, SHG’s Formation, NashaMukti Jagrukta and Nasha Unmulan Programme and the rehabilitation of the same along with Handicapped Training & Welfare Programmes, Vocational Training Camps, Self Help Group for Women, Mahila Silai Training Programme, Free Computer Training Programme, Environment Awareness, AIDS Awareness Programme, Programmes for Development of SC/ST, Child Labour Welfare etc. Society is working for children in this tenure society run Adoption center, Open shelter home, Child Line 1098. During this tenure society undertakes Health Camp for Checkup of Low income group and slum community. Society undertakes Computer Training Programme under the financial assistance from various Government/Non Government Organisations, Pariwar Paramarsh Kendra, Zoolaghar Programme, Condence Course for Women, Saksharta Abhiyan, Environment Awareness Camp, Vocational Training Programme, Rally, Seminar, Nukkad Natak to aware the society about the importance of Environment for human beings and also tried to literate the society how to reduce the pollution and how to save environment. society also undertake Aids Awareness Camp to aware the society about the effects of AIDS and to Know the society how to overcome the same. Society also work in consumer awerness program. A brief summary of the activities performed by the society and the efforts of the society for the various segments of the human life / for development of social values during the year 2016-2017.
Working With VSWO
It is perhaps not too much to say that, in the first decade of the new millennium, humanity has entered into a condition that is in some sense more globally united and interconnected, more sensitized to the experiences and suffering of others, in certain respects more spiritually awakened, more conscious of alternative future possibilities and ideals, more capable of collective healing and compassion, and, aided by technological advances in communication media, more able to think, feel, and respond together in a spiritually evolved manner to the worlds swiftly changing realities than has ever before been possible.
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