Human Research & Development Organisationis an NGO in India directly benefitting to the orphan, underprivileged children, poor women and their families every year, through live welfare projects on education, healthcare, livelihood and women empowerment, in various remote villages in the state of Rajasthan, Jharkhand, J & K, Uttar Pradesh, Uttrakhand, Kolkata, Haryana & Bihar and slums across another 15 states of India.
In the heart of every child is a hunger for home. Not just for food and a place to sleep, but for safety and community. Most importantly: for love. At the Good Shepherd Agricultural Mission, 170kms east of Bodhgaya in the Village of Shantivan, we are much more than a home for unwanted Indian orphans.
We are a family, where God’s love guides us all as we grow and expand year after year. Not just an Indian orphanage, we are a nearly self-sustaining organization; a working farm, an Sports Institute, school, receiving no government assistance of any kind. Take a look around and if you have any questions just get in contact with us via the menu above!
There are many women are suffering either with their habitual drunkard husband or alone, no any one help her during her pregnancy. We are driven by the vision of a world where all women, in particular women from underprivileged backgrounds enjoy full citizenship, earn with dignity and generate wealth and value for all. We are a professional feminist organization working across religious and social divides to enable resource-poor to women empower themselves.
Education is both the means as well as the end to a better life: the means because it empowers an individual to earn his/her livelihood and the end because it increases one’s awareness on a range of issues – from healthcare to appropriate social behaviour to understanding one’s rights – and in the process help him/her evolve as a better citizen.
Doubtless, education is the most powerful catalyst for social transformation. But child education cannot be done in isolation. A child will go to school only if the family, particularly the mother, is assured of healthcare and empowered. Moreover, when an elder sibling is relevantly skilled to be employable and begins earning, the journey of empowerment continues beyond the present generation.
Realizing this, Human Research & Development Organisationan NGO in India, beginning in the corridors of education, adopted a lifecycle approach of development, focusing its interventions on children, their families and the larger community.
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