Category : Other Services Posted : 17/09/2016 Price : 1.00 INR Location : New Delhi(Delhi)
Vrindavan is a home to large number of destitute women emerged from established and rapidly changing socio cultural and economic norms. Vrindavan provides opportunity to women in terms of finance, health care and welfare.
Vrindavan however has a scope of improvement thus a large number of would be required to change the current conditions.
Respect is a feeling of admiring the good, valuable and important. With all are attempts in the persuasion of upbringing the current condition of the widows in Vrindavan we definitely respect each and every woman and will make them feel the same.
Pyari Maa Foundation makes efforts with all enthusiasm, comforts the widows with supply of most essential and critical requirements. Thus as our focus areas states we are able to continuously provide aid to the widows.
Widow’s rights and empowerment
Project: A loss of a companion after marriage shatters a women specially when there is no one to take care of her after the loss. At the death of the spouse one’s life changes permanently thus becoming very critical for the women to have a reason to live.
Women many times with children, are thrown out, live on subsistence, and are exploited.
Pyari Maa Foundation’s Purpose: Make them feel that they are good and important. Counselling plays a very important role. Spending time with them and discussing their needs. Health is wealth thus ensuring that they are able to get their basic needs in terms of medicines.
Challenges: Dealing with widows in grief, inadequate utilities, and no scope of change till now.
Food Distribution: The right to food is a human right derived from the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights (ICESCR), recognizing the “right to an adequate standard of living, including adequate food,” as well as the “fundamental right to be free from hunger.”
Pyari Maa Foundation provide clean and healthy food on a daily basis to the widows at Vrindavan.
For more information:- www.pyarimaafoundation.org