• DST Project 2008-2011

    AIWEFA gained a great deal of insight into the lives and ways of work in the rural areas and was dismayed at the lack of exposure of the farmers and their inadequate awareness of developments in agriculture and the demands of the market leave alone their health and nutrition status

  • GRC cum SSK Project 2007-2010

      All India Women’s Education Fund Association (AIWEFA) looked after the Gender Resource Centre at Geeta colony in East Delhi, funded by the Social Welfare Department of the Government of Delhi from 2007 to 2010. Later on it became the Samajik Suvidha Kendra(SSK) with convergence of services from nine Departments

  • FAO Project- 2006

    With sponsorship from Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of United Nations, an Agricultural project was taken up in two villages namely Daboda and Tirpari, Gurgaon (Haryana) in 2006-07. The Project included analysis of the soil by soil testing, providing seeds suitable to the soil type, establishment of experimental nurseries, set

  • UN NGO IRENE China Conference – 2009

    On 3rd September 2DD3 AIWEFA accepted the role of Regional Coordinator for the Untied Nations NGO Informal Regional Network (UN NGO IRENE) for India offered by the Department of Economic and Social Affairs Section of the United Nations. This consists of providing: • A network for communication and information exchange

  • Village Adoption in Gurgaon ( GAIL Project) – 2002

      In 2002 AIWEFA adopted three village Daboda, Tirpari and Pataudi in Gurgaon, Haryana for holistic and sustainable area wise development in its “Village Adoption Project”. The programme laid thrust on literacy development including providing extra support for children to continue education apart from dealing with health issues, hygiene and

  • Computer Literacy in Schools 2002-2005

    AIWEFA’s project – “Computers For Schools” was launched by Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Delhi on Women’s Day i.e. 8th March, 2002. The project aimed at creating computer awareness and imparting basic computer training to Government MCD /NDMC Primary Schools. Between 2002-2005 AIWEFA imparted basic computer awareness to

  • Women’s Empowerment Project, Nursinghpur -2002

    AIWEFA successfully completed a joint venture project with the Sat Krishna Trust in 2002. AIWEFA provided the expertise and facilitated the teaching in a programme for empowerment of women in village Narsinghpur, Gurgaon. The project involved capacity building through education in legal awareness, health and nutrition and included elements of

  • Directory – on Common Ground (Ford Foundation Project) -2004

    With a view to foster linkages between NGOs and donor agencies concerned with women’s issues, a Second Edition of the “Directory on Common Ground” was brought out by AIWEFA in 2004. It listed over 1700 organisations & over 1100 copies in English and over 400 copies in Hindi were published.

  • Legal Awareness (Ford Foundation Project) – 1999

    AIWEFA implemented a two year programme sponsored by Ford Foundation in 1999. The project involved three phases:- 1. Training of the master trainers at the AIWEFA office. 2. Training of peer educators at Gurgaon 3. Teaching at grassroots level by master trainers and peer educators in 19 centres covering 18