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New Life Foundation

Activities

Activities Performed

  • Awareness and trainings programmes for the women, youth, adolescent.
  • Women entrepreneurship development programmes.
  • Orphan (HIV/AIDS infected) sponsorship programme.
  • Senior Citizens integrated development
  • Volunteers programme.

 

  1. Awareness and training programmes for the women, youth,adolescent.

The awareness generation programmes are organized to educate the public on health, education, environment, social issues, legal rights and Government schemes. The print and electronic and folk and cultural media are adopted in awareness building activities. The short films, episodes and real stories on issues are shooting with local artist to exhibit in the public. THE INFORMATION ABOUT Government schemes and legal rights is transmitted to grass root with lucid local language and art forms.

The training are conducted to increase the capacities in leadership development and empowered the women and youth on present world outlook, change world order and cross cutting issues in community and strategies to combat the injustice and violence against marginalized groups.

2.Women entrepreneurship development programmes

The women entrepreneurship development activities are undertaken among women and youth for self employment and access employment to other persons in the communities. The training is imparted on the need of the entrepreneur, market access,raw material, backward and forward linkages in producer and consumer, financial sources, Government subsidies etc. The trust promote the appropriate technologies to increase production capacity and quality of the product. The entrepreneurship is promoted to create local employment to poor to arrest migration.

 3.Orphan (HIV/AIDS infected) sponsorship programme.

A child cannot demand its needs and rights, but we have to ensure the rights of a child. The UNO and our Governments have formulated number child development policies and schemes. They ensured the child survival, development, protection and participation rights. But still the right is violated within the family and community. The vulnerable children such as HIV/AIDS infected are in wrest condition. So we have to understand the life condition living under acute poverty.

The trust has launched child sponsor programme. Already 50 child sponsors are supporting the children for health, education, nutrition and family economic support. We have to achieve 99% in our district.

4.Senior Citizens integrated development programme

The large increase in human life expectancy over the years has resulted not only in a very substantial increase in the number of older persons but in a major shift in the age groups of 80 and above

The respect and care the aged is the value of Indian tradition and culture. The older persons are not a problem as in western countries. In recent times, the senior citizens in India are facing lot of problems due to social and economic changes. as a result of which a large number of parents are being neglected by their families exposing to lack of emotional, physical and financial support. These older persons are facing a lot of problems in the absence of adequate social security.

The Government of India is a signatory of the global policy on ageing by UNO to address the concerns of the elderly. The well-being of senior citizens is mandated in the Constitution of India under Article 41. “The state shall, within the limits of its economic capacity and development, make effective provision for securing the right to public assistance in cases of old age”. The Right to Equality is guaranteed by the Constitution as a fundamental right. Social security is the concurrent responsibility of the central and state governments.

NLF has commitment for the well being of aged   by undertaking the activities for them, to them and by them. NLF works for the aged persons of the underprivileged communities, families living in severe poverty, migrant families, families in difficult circumstances and families dependent on aged persons and single, widows, isolated and disabled aged persons in rural areas.