1. To promote National Integration, Communal Harmony, Universal Brotherhood and Global Peace.
2. To promote and advocate Human Rights and Fundamental Freedom for all without any discrimination of race, religion, caste, color, sex and language.
3. To develop and mobilize Community and Natural Resources to give the right direction to people of the marginalized and economically weaker section of the society for their sustainable overall development.To work for communal Harmony in the society.
4. To work with special concentration for the Child & Women Welfare.
5. To organize and take up Health, Educational and Welfare programmes for needy people, especially Women and children on priority basis, ourselves or coordinate or help in state, central on international programs of Government or any organizations.
6. To train the downtrodden people in general for human resource development in view of the emerging needs such as database development, resource survey methodologies, computer, environmental, studies, health, education, and energy problems.
7. To undertake and promote the publication & translation of journal, research papers and books and to develop the audiovisual programme to disseminate knowledge pertaining to the objectives of the society..
8. To protest and fight against the injustice against people.
9. To start and assist the relief measures in those parts of the country which become effected to natural calamities like famine, fire flood, earthquakes etc.
10. To communicate and coordinate with the Govt. Local and public authorities on various issues related development welfare and public interest on different subjects.
11. To arrange / establish and maintain centers of adult education, vocational education technical training, low cost education, formal & non-formal education.
12. To fight against HIV/AIDS and other communicable diseases.
13. To aware people about various social issues to fight against evils.
14. To organized and take-up Health, Educational and Welfare programmes for needy & poor Women & Children.
15. To promote and protect Indian Traditional music, dance, handicraft, handlooms, Art, modern art & literature.
16. To work for Environmental Protection, Forestation, Plantation, Weste Land Management.
17. To organized vocational training for women and needy people.
18. To aware people about their democratic & fundamental rights.
19. To advocate Panchayti Raj system among citizens.
20. To provide medical, emotional, psychological, social and medical support to senior citizens of our society by setting
21. up various drop-in centres, senior citizen homes, old-age homes and other entertainment centres so that these highly honorable people should not be neglected.
22. To run/ operate different types of education program/schools like formal, non-formal, pre-school for the education development of under privileged children of the community/trust.
23. To run and open the schools for the welfare and uplift of the needy children and also run adult education programmes.
24. To work and fight against discrimination based on Cast, Creed, Colour, Gender, Religion, Faith, Race & Nationality.
25. To establish / run / manage hospitals, health centres, mobile health clinics, research centre to provide health care, counseling and referral services for all kinds of illness and deceases.
26. To form women groups, youth groups, self help groups; old aged groups, adolescent groups, children groups/clubs, community leaders groups and group of volunteers.
27. To work against the exploitation of Animals & Birds and make sincere efforts to protect them.
28. To celebrate annual day of the trust every year i.e. 29th November by organizing cultural & social event.
29. To establish Citizen Forum (s) and Resident Welfare Association (s) for the development of high values of the Unity, Brotherhood, Communal Harmony and Peace.
30. To promote and support voluntary donation of Blood, Eyes and other parts of human body for the charitable purpose.
31. To save or protect National Heritage, Buildings or Places of the archeological & historic importance.
32. To spread the teachings & thoughts of great leaders, philosophers, thinkers, reformers and saints.
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Since gender inequality constitutes one of the history’s most persistent and widespread forms of injustice, eliminating it will call for one of history’s biggest movements for change. Women and girls continue to suffer discrimination and violence in every part of the world. Gaps in gender equality exist in every sector. In South Asia, only 74 girls were enrolled in primary school for every 100 boys in 1990. However, by 2012, the enrolment ratios were the same. In 155 countries, at least one law exists which impedes women’s economic opportunities. The gender pay gap costs global economy $160 trillion. Only 23.7% of all national parliamentarians are women. One in three women experience some form of physical or sexual violence in their lifetimes.
Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right, but a necessary foundation for a peaceful and sustainable world. The exclusion of women places half of the world’s population outside the realm of opportunity to partner in building prosperous societies and economies. Equal access to education, decent work, and representation in political and economic decision making processes are not only rights women should have, they benefit humanity at large. By investing in the empowerment of women, we not only make progress on Goal 5 of the Sustainable Development Goals, we also make gains on the alleviation of poverty and fuel sustainable economic growth.
Goal 5 aims to eliminate all forms of discrimination and violence against women in the public and private spheres and to undertake reforms to give women equal rights to economic resources and access to ownership of property.
Although India has achieved gender parity at the primary education level and is on track to achieve parity at all education levels, as of June 2019, the proportion of seats in the Lok Sabha held by women had only reached 11% but 46% in the Panchayati Raj Institutions. India is also confronting the challenge of violence against women. As an example, a baseline study revealed that in New Delhi, 92% of women had experienced some form of sexual violence in public spaces during their lifetime. In 2016, close to a third of total crimes reported against women in India was cruelty or physical violence by her husband or his relative. The Government of India has identified ending violence against women as a key national priority, which resonates with the Sustainable Development targets of the United Nations on gender equality. The prime minister’s Beti Bachao Beti Padhao initiative aims at equal opportunity and education for girls in India. In addition, specific interventions on female employment, programmes on the empowerment of adolescent girls, the Sukanya Samridhi Yojana on girl child prosperity and the Janani Suraksha Yojana for mothers advance India’s commitment to gender equality, and the targets of Goal 4.
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