From December 2014 to September 2015 AIWEFA envisaged 18 programmes on themes central to well being and women’s welfare. Nine ONSITE grassroots initiatives include women driver training and financial inclusion of economically weaker rural and urban women. ‘Swachh’ and healthy surroundings, self defense training for college girls, inculcating a scientific temper among school students, activities for differently abled children, encouraging the happiness quotient and others. Nine OFFSITE programmes seek to sensitize people and make them aware of the continuous, dedicated and voluntary efforts of AIWEFA towards women’s empowerment for eighty-five years. These programmes in Delhi include recitals by well known artistes, conference, plays, roundtable with women authors, talks, an evening with women comediennes and others.

MonthGrassroot ProgrammesAwareness Programmes
Dec '14 December 5, 2014: AIWEEA, in partnership with NIOS & UNFPA mobilisesed underprivileged women to be Maruti Suzuki India Limited (MSIL) trained safe car drivers. 22 December, 2014: Programme Launch with Ladli/Raunaq album presentation and group introduction of MSIL women trainees at India International Centre.
Jan '15 13th January, 2015: Swachh Lohri with mass mobilisation of students, faculty, residents from Lady Irwin College through Babar Road to Bengali Market to Dhol beats and sweets. 29' January, 2015: Conference: "Role of education in women's health & community resource management" at IIC. Chief Guest: Hon'ble Minister Dr. HarshVardhan.
Feb '15 Confident Women: Self Defence workshops in 4 women's colleges by Delhi Police. UNFPA awarded women's empowerment play "Baawre Mann ke Sapne"
Mar '15 Health Care Cancer prevention Screening Camps in villages. Participation in "Dilli ka apna utsav". Recital for Begum Akhtar centenary celebrations by her famous disciple and biographer Ms. Rita Ganguly.
Apr '15 Encouraging a scientific temper in education: Inviting online competitive ideas by teachers. Teacher awards presentation. Talk: "Making science & technology responsive to women's needs" by India's leading business woman.
May' 15 Women's access to finance and credit in urban slums and rural areas for financial inclusion.
Skill development with leading designers. marketers and online sites.
Seminar Programme: "Transition of women from education to full employment".
June '15 A world we women want:
Guftagu with rural and urban Women
A world we women want:
Round table with well known authors. poets and publishers.
July '15 Happiness Quotient: Laughter clubs of residential areas. An evening with 3 famous women comediennes from Delhi.
Aug '15 Embracing differences : Showcasing the talent of special and underprivileged children
( Some of the above programmes could not be held due to unavoidable reasons )