What We Do

What We Do

 

What We Do


India

With over 1.2 billion people, India is the second most populous country in the world and the largest democracy. While India has had significant gains with respect to modernization and economic growth, one-third of the population, or almost 400 million people, still live in startling poverty. Many who have made recent gains into the lower-middle class live precariously close to falling back into poverty. Inequity still exists across multiple dimensions, including gender, religion and caste, keeping many children uneducated and in a perpetual cycle of poverty. Less than 10.5% of the working-age population has completed secondary school. Over 41% of the world’s malnourished children are in India.

WEST BENGAL, INDIA


Poverty in India’s poorest states, like West Bengal, is 2 to 4 times higher than in India’s advanced states. Families who migrate to the capital, Kolkata, often end up living on the street, making children highly vulnerable to trafficking, exploitation and abuse.

The Vision of ZWC


Zonal Welfare Council has developed as a community based Organization , which wishes to create a just and undivided Society through eradication of proverty , illiteracy and Poor health Conditions of Rural Peoples of Bengal(West Bengal).

• To enhance the Upliftment and awareness of the villages people on health care, environment , education and other social development agenda.
• To reconstruct Indian life and Society on Education and cultural basis.
• To Organize Various cultural and physical activities for local children and Community.
• To establish various community welfare centres to run welfare related activities to the Rural Peoples.
• To Work actively on Livelihood generation specially through SHG, Vocal Training and Other Income Generation activities .
• To Improve Educational System in Rural and the extinct Parts of the Country.
• To Improve the Poor and Rural Children in Education , Health and Economically – The Futures of India.

Donations to Zonal Welfare Council are exempted from tax u/s 80G of IT Act.