Rural Education and Welfare Society
Rural Education and Welfare Society was founded by Mrs Nainu Singh and Mrs Nalini with six executive members in 1990 for the welfare of underprivileged mass and especially children.
About Rural Education and Welfare Society
REWS is a non-government organisation creating awareness on hygiene and healthcare, HIV / AIDS, and provides basic education and vocational training to the underprivileged, which enables them to avail the amble employment opportunity available in the job market. REWS aims to empower the underprivileged people through education, healthcare and sustainable livelihood. REWS is working towards having a society where there is no inequality and discrimination.
REWS organises workshops for physically handicapped with the support of Institute of Physically Handicapped under Social Justice and Empowerment, Government of India. REWS also conducts vocational training, vaccination camps, eye camps, HIV awareness; women empowerment programmes, and also imparts Non-Formal Education and raises funds for physically challenged.
REWS association with Smile Foundation
Smile Foundation has tied up with REWS for the Smile Twin e-Learning Programme (STeP) for youth from the weaker sections of the society. The youth are trained in English, retail management, basic computers and personality development. The pass outs have already been placed in leading outlets like Café Coffee Day, Westside, Indian Oil, Kotwal & Associates etc.
Rachna, a young underprivileged girl joined REWS to develop her personality. The STeP course developed her communication skills and today she is placed in Westside.
Reshma belongs to a very poor family and wanted to support her family. Smile Foundation’s Smile Twin e-Learning Programme helped her get a job in Indian Oil, Vasant Kunj, Delhi.
Alice had never imagined that within six months she will be proficient in English and computers. But the Smile Twin e-Learning Programme has also developed her personality and she is now working with Café Coffee Day.