ADMISSIONS FOR NIOS/AIWC COURSES, OPEN ALL THROUGH THE YEAR". Click on "AIWC Vocational Institution" on the link, given below.
Literacy and Education
Skill based literacy programmes for women are conducted in remote areas as well as urban slums, with a view to empower them economically
Computer Training Centres run by AIWC branches offer vocational courses for capacity building among women
The AIWC VOCATIONAL INSTITUTE ,registered with National Institute Open Schooling (NIOS ), offers Certificate courses along with AIWC in the fields of computer technology, beauty culture, textile block printing, cutting and tailoring and Ayurveda. Enabling in the process school dropouts and other under privileged children to return to mainstream education.
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Health, Family Welfare and Population
AIWC with its mission of working for the general progress and welfare of women:
Provides community health services through Mobile Health Vans reaching areas where there are negligible facilities for health care
Provides special care to expectant and nursing mothers, and children
Educates women about health, nutrition, sanitation, hygiene and family welfare
Organises sensitization programmes, ((identifying alternate vocations if necessary) to safeguard health of rural working women (eg. beedi workers)
Actively supports the cause of leprosy patients by providing day care centres for their children.
Organizes Anemia camps to detect, treat and follow up action
Socio-Economic Programmes
Capacity building and skill development programmes are conducted regularly, and successful trainees are provided financial support for entrepreneurial endeavours
Vocational Training is provided to women in dairy farming, food processing, solar drying of farm products, and home based ventures with locally available raw materials
Leadership/Capacity building through training programmes
Micro credit propagation through self help groups
Non conventional and Renewable Energy
Training and awareness programmes on energy conservation and energy efficiency are conducted
Programmes for poverty alleviation through solar appliances are also conducted
Rural Sanitation, Water and Waste Managemment
Capacity building programmes on water, waste management, sanitation, vermi-compost are conducted, Promotes herbal gardens and planting of trees
Welfare Institutional Services
Short stay homes for women in distress like Bapnu Ghar in Delhi
Old age homes
Hostels for single working women
Day care centres for street children
Family counseling centres, 24 hour helpline, mobile helpline etc.
Disaster Management
Disaster preparedness programmes are conducted with the help of National Institute of Disaster Management to provide training to members.
Consumer Awareness
Consumer Awareness Programmes are conducted for consumer rights, consumer laws, consumer protection, etc.
MCM Library
Margaret Cousins Memorial Library at Sarojini House is a storehouse of knowledge on issues related to women
The library is an important research and reference centre for scholars and academicians and has important documents and books relating to the women’s movement in India dating back from 1927
The Library has a portrait gallery with photographs of all past Presidents
A quarterly Journal launched in 1938 devoted to articles on women’s issues, and activity reports from Branches
Empowering Rural Women
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Shilpkala Utsav: A Women Artisans' Crafts Bazaar
AIWC has set up 3 Trusts to propagate the various objectives of the organization in a more effective and concerted way. The three Trusts are:
AIWC Public Charitable Trust for Education
AIWC PUblic Charitable Trust for Health
AIWC Public Charitable Trust for Old Age Homes, Orphanages
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