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Joint Women’s Programme is a movement of and for women and children, for their freedom and identity.

Over a span of 47 years, JWP has strived to implement impactful programmes and campaigns at local, regional, and national levels, to build a just and equitable society.

JWP envisions a society where women, children, and their communities thrive as empowered equals in social, cultural, and economic life, with women actively engaged in decision-making processes.

Dr. Jyostna Chatterji

Founder & Director


As the Founder Director of JWP, I am proud to lead an organisation that has been one of the few at the forefront of empowering women and children in India, since its inception in 1977.

Our journey began with a clear objective: to create a society where every woman and child can thrive, regardless of class, caste, customs, religion, and gender. Over the 47 years, we have implemented impactful programs across various Indian states, fostering issue-based campaigns supported by research and study, and networking at local, regional, and national levels. As a non-profit organisation, we collaborate with government bodies, law enforcement agencies, civil society organisations, grassroots groups, and concerned individuals to champion the cause of children, women, and the communities well-being.

Together, we strive to build a more just and inclusive future for all.

Bharat Sangal



Dear Members, Supporters, and Volunteers,

I am deeply grateful for our collective achievements with JWP “Mera Sahara” Projects. Together, we’ve uplifted underprivileged children, adolescents, and women, serving as a beacon of hope in marginalized communities. Our commitment to empowerment has provided not just support, but opportunities for dignity and growth. From educational programs to skill training, we’ve fostered equity and inclusivity. 

Central to our mission is gender equality. Empowering women not only transforms lives but entire communities. As we move forward, let us reaffirm our values of compassion, equality, safety, and justice. Together, let’s create safe spaces for all, regardless of background. I extend heartfelt thanks to all who’ve contributed, making a tangible difference in countless lives. 

With gratitude

An invitation to

JWP was invited to the Rashtrapati Bhavan in recognition and appreciation of JWP’s contribution to the community and grassroots level work. We were very happy to receive a Certificate of Appreciation from the Hon’ble President of India, Shri Ram Nath Kovind. What made the event all the more special was that we were one of the few organisations invited from all over India. We are grateful for the honour !

Success Stories


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For Indian Donors

Our Bank Details

  • Bank Account name: JOINT WOMEN’S PROGRAMME
  • Saving Account : 010104000138512
  • IFSC Code : IBKL0000010
  • Bank Name : IDBI Bank Branch Name : SIRI FORT
  • Address: : 1/6, Siri Fort Institutional Area, Khel Gaon Marg, New Delhi-110049, India.

For International donors

Our Bank Details

  • Bank Account Name : JOINT WOMEN’S PROGRAMME
  • Account No: 40088383913 (FCRA SAVINGS ACCOUNT)
  • Branch Code : 00691
  • IFSC: SBIN0000691
  • Address: FCRA Cell, 4th Floor, State Bank of India, New Delhi Main Branch, 11, Sansad Marg, New Delhi-110001