Jeevansaar is a charitable organization, managed by a dedicated team of volunteers, who has an interest in helping people with less fortunate circumstances to better their lives. We are non government organization who provides foods to the needy; we organize charity and social cultural programs in the institutions and other places. Jeevansaar organization works to bring about change in the lives of children, young people and vulnerable individuals. We educate children, provide healthcare and train young people and women in skills for livelihoods.
We accept donations to purchase much needed items to help a child achieve, such as books, food and clothing. We believe that children excel when families participate in their education and growth. Jeevansaar organization believes that unless members of the civil society are involved proactively in the process of development, sustainable change will not happen.
As we all know that India is a male dominated country where males are dominated in every area and females are forced to be responsible for only family care and live in the home including other many restrictions. Almost 50% of the population in India is covered by the female only so the full development of the country depends on the half population means women, who are not empowered and still restricted by many social taboos. In such condition, we cannot say that our country would be a developed in the future without empowering its half population means women.Women are being more conscious about their education, career, job and responsibilities towards family, society and country.If we want to make our country a developed country, first of all it is very necessary to empower women by the efforts of men.Women are being more conscious about their education, career, job and responsibilities towards family and country. They are taking part in the every area and showing their great interest in each field. Finally, after long years of hard struggle they are getting their rights to go ahead on the right track.
India is today home to 100 million senior citizens. The pity is that today’s rapid urbanization has overtaken the traditional value-system of our people and shifted their socio-economic priorities. Sons and daughters and their children find no time for the senior citizens in their family. The elderly, who have provided their services and support to the society, feel unloved and neglected at this phase of their lives. Their deteriorating physical strength and other geriatric illnesses add to their difficulties. Their often poor financial condition, lack of affordable health care and the general neglect by society has propelled HelpAge India to step in and bring in elder welfare programs and advocate for elder friendly policies over 36 years.