Reasearch And Development®️ Trust
Regd. by Section 64 Trusts Act 1882 India
Reg. No.- 35/04/01/45-468/22
Human Welfare Reasearch and Development (HWRD) is registered in India under Section 64 Trusts Act 1882 India. H.W.R.D. is a public charitable trust of a non-profit, non-political & secular in character. That work for the welfare of society in various ways.
They contribute to the growth as well as the upliftment of the poor and deprived. These are non-profit organizations and work for education, skill development, health, environment homeless, aged people, and anyone in need. NGOs work relentlessly for the betterment of society.
This NGO is involved in a number of activities for social and environmental uplifting. But our priority aims mainly at poverty, child nutrition, formal education, primary health, and the arrangement of livelihood for economically weaker people. One more important raw arena which we promote is plantation and environment conservation. This NGO is involved in continuous efforts for the betterment of mankind. Read More
Donate to Skill Development.
Donate to Health.
Donate for Poor Child Education.
What We Do Education
Only powerful orations won’t be able to empower women. It calls for concrete steps. Along with strong political willingness, it is our commitment which will complement the intentions of women empowerment to reach its objectives, vastly by education and imparting intellect.
"Educating a child is, building a nation and educating a girl is empowering the nation."
HWRD is make the contributions towards making underprivileged people healthy and economically independent by making them capable to avail various health and employment schemes run by government.
From time to time we arrange free medical camps also. For the benefit of underprivileged people, our volunteers are also engaged in arranging follow-up treatment of grave and chronic diseases. Because we understand the ground reality that availability of health services and accessing those services are at two opposite spectrum for these poor people.