Natural Institute for Social Welfare (NISW) made a modest beginning in 1993.In 2013-14, NISW operated several programs in jajpur district of Odisha. A set of community benefits from our health, education and skill development programs in Jajpur Road area of Jajpur district. During last four years, NISW have developed a rapport with the beneficiaries with these communities. We need to convert the goodwill for proactive engagement of these beneficiaries in issues such as stigma, discrimination, health, sanitation, hygiene, etc. Natural Institute for Social Welfare (NISW) kept its mission to work through PEOPLE'S ORGANISATION with maximum participation and involvement of community including all SC, ST, OBC & Vulnerable group peoples.Read More
NISW started Creche Creche Programme, with the financial assistance..Read More
Awareness On Malaria
As per the data of Health Dept adjacent villages of Jajpur, Dhenkanal..Read More
Swadhar Shelter Home & Helpline
Swadhar Shelter Home & Helpline ..Read More
NISW has been running Child Care Home
Children are the most volunerable group..Read More
TI projects for FSW
As now HIV/AIDS is not a health issue it is a development issue because most of the young people are affected by HIV. To halt the epidemic of HIV/AIDS NISW has been implemented TI project (s) with help of OSACS since 2nd March 2009. First we started TI projects for Migrant labours in Kalinganagar Industrial Area for 5000 populations & now we are working for 10000 populations.Read More
NISW has pursuit of achieving equitable and healthy society where there is no poverty, exploitation
Natural Institute for Social Welfare (NISW) kept its mission to work through PEOPLE’S ORGANISATION
To work about forming a just and complete society free from any type of discrimination where everyone enjoy equal right and opportunities Read More..
We made a modest beginning in 1993.In 2013-14, NISW operated several programs in jajpur district of Odisha. This journey of 21 years, with ups and downs, has been a huge learning experience. As this report shows we either directly provide services or facilitate the needy to access services provided by others. The focus of each program has been the weaker sections, sick, poor, indigent and destitute. We are now at a cusp of growth to take the next step from providing facilities and services to providing long-term solutions.
A general direction set for the NISW