MUMBAI DARSHAN WITH ORPHAN GIRLS

MUMBAI DARSHAN WITH ORPHAN GIRLS OF VASUNDHARA CHARITABLE SOCIETY, NAGPUR

25TH OCTOBER – 27TH OCTOBER 2017

On 25th, 26th & 27th October we celebrated the day with the orphan children of Vasundra Foundation Nagpur .The 75 girls between the age of 5 years to 15 years traveled to Mumbai for Mumbai Darshan. The girls were accompanied by the Teachers and President of the foundation ,it was their first visit  Mumbai and they carried many happy memories. 

Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao (Save girl child, educate a girl child) is a social campaign of the Government of India that aims to generate awareness and improve the efficiency of welfare services intended for girls. Under this scheme a NGO from Nagpur – Vasundhara Charitable Society had organized a trip ‘Dikshabhoomi to Chaityabhoomi’ for 75 orphan school girls of Nagpur. The route of this trip was from Dikshabhoomi Nagpur – Shegaon Sansthan – Mumbai Darshan – Aurangabad – Back to Nagpur. This trip was waved off by Mayor of Nagpur Mrs. Nanda Jichkar and Ex MPSC Member Mr. G D Jambhulkar.

Considering the noble cause our NGO – HWARF has taken a social responsibility and lead to take care of stay, food and Mumbai darshan of these girls along with their accompanying teachers. We have received them on the eve 25 October 2017 at Ashaankoor Ashram at Rajavali, Vasai. Dinner, breakfast and stay were arranged at the ashram for 3 days. They were kept comfortable and they enjoyed Mumbai darshan. We thank Father Vitthal for helping us providing facilities at the ashram.

Ms Christine Swaminathan (Founder Trustee – HWARF) & Dr Akash Khobragade (Medical Advisor – HWARF & Assist Prof. JJ Hospital, Mumbai.) and the team were present to welcome the trip and also accompanied few places they visited Gate of India, Rani Baugh, Chowpathy, Worli Sea link, Vidhan Sabha, Fish Aquarium and many great heritage monuments. It was a Pleasant moment for all of us together.

 

TCS Donates 10 Computers to support Skill Development Project initiated by HWARF!

TCS Donates 10 Computers to support Skill Development Projects initiated by HWARF!

Tata Consultancy Services presented 10 computers to Humanitarian Welfare and Research Foundation(HWARF) at their BKC Offices via a simple ceremony on 8th Sep 17.

TCS has been involved in the use of IT for social causes and has a history of donations in computer software and hardware to educational institutes and social organisations. 

HWARF, shall be utilizing the computers in their skill development programs.

We thank TCS for the much needed donation of the computers to our NGO.  Our shortlisted programs will make the students to stand and allow them to compete in this professional environment.

We are deeply indebted for the support provided!

 

PINKY alias Noorie – Bangladesh child labour

Pinky alias Noorie from bangladesh child labour
In Mumbai, rescue and handed over to her parents in delhi.
13 years old pinky was working as a housemaid in posh locality of Bandra hill road for 8months, she was made to sleep on one thin sheet on the floor even thou the flat was furnished, she was made to clean utensil late hour of night.Her service was included bathing pet dog at home.she was not allowed to speak with her parents. And was thrashed by her owner, if raised any grievance. She was tired and home sick and one day left the house to reach her parents .but was landed at Matunga Police Station, the officer in-charge asked her whereabouts, but unable to help herself. Finally she remember my NGO’ S number, which I had offered her 6 month ago for help needed in emergency. The matunga police station officer called me for verification, where as HWARF – NGO co-operated in investigation and the case was transferred to Bandra Police Station for further investigation in child trafficking, labour act and various other section as per our law.The girl was rescued and was safely handed over to her parents who were from the border of bangladesh. We are Thankful to Matunga Police Station and Bandra Police duty officer PSI. Sankpal (lady officer) in sorting the issue Diligently.

Wonder Healing of Homeopathy

Role of homeopathy in treating chronic diseases
and terminally ill patients

Mumbai: “Wonder Healing Process Of Homeopathy” organised by Humanitarian Welfare And Research Foundation on 2nd October 2016 was a successful afternoon where doctors discussed on a Medical Symposium about Chronic diseases. Present were Dr. Abdequaem Chimthanwala MD Homeopathy (London) and Dr. Akash Khobragade associate professor J.J.Hospital.

The objective of the evening was to enlighten all the curative growth to heal chronic diseases like Cancer, Brain Tumor with Homeopath Medicine. As the birth celebration of Mahatma Gandhi ji NGO wishes to continue to organize Homeopath medical camp in different parts of Mumbai in support of curing chronic diseases and benefitting medical ill patients. NGO got tremendous response by organizing this needful camp, people from all over Mumbai participates and got free treatment.

Dr. Akash Khobaragade, Prof.J.J Hospital, said, I am closely associated with the organisation to treat needy patients for many years now and completely believe in this method of treatment.

Dr. Abdequaem Chimthanawala, Scientist / Founder Gracehealing shares his knowledge and innumerable examples on how Homeopathy treats simple to simple diseases as well as serious chronic diseases like Hearth attack, coronary artery diseases, cirrhosis of liver, Eczema etc.

Ms. Christine Founder & Trustee HWARF says I will always be grateful to both the doctors as their immense support has led us help more and more needy people.

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Trustee of HWARF Allopathy or Homeopathy, Our NGOs agenda is that, A disease should be healed with correct medication and it should be reach out to the people suffering and cant afford heavy bills.