WHO defines “Health as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” But unfortunately, we’re still far from implementing this definition of health at grassroots levels. Uneven distribution of healthcare infrastructure and medical professionals and lack of quality healthcare services have become obstacles, making healthcare delivery challenging in the country, especially to the weaker section.
What We Do
We at RIESW are working to provide quality education, well-aligned with the New Educational Policy (2020) and Sustainable Development Goal 4. Our initiative's focus on encompassing child education, elementary education, secondary education and higher education, with the intent of effectively implementing educational programs at the grassroots level and providing education to children living in difficult circumstances, children from poor families, differently abled children, disaster-struck children, abandoned and street children, and children living in tribal belts, remote villages and hard to reach areas.