Non-Formal Education

JWP’s Non-Formal Education Centres stand as pillars of opportunity, offering a transformative educational experience for individuals of all ages. We offer non-formal education up-to class 5, following the State Educational curriculum to enable the children to get admissions in mainstream schools. From providing a nurturing environment for toddlers in crèches to extending educational opportunities to those who have missed out on formal schooling, these centres embody inclusivity and empowerment. 

Through interactive sessions, practical activities, and personalised learning plans, learners develop essential skills and knowledge, laying the groundwork for socio-economic empowerment. Additionally, partnerships with organisations like the National Institute of Open Schooling ensure that learners receive recognised certification, opening doors to further educational and employment prospects. JWP’s Non-Formal Education Centres serve as catalysts for change, breaking barriers and fostering a brighter future for all who walk through their doors. We also support young girls to pursue higher education to empower them to get jobs of their choice.

Social Awareness and Gender Sensitisation

JWP emphasizes the importance of community engagement in social initiatives. Bi-monthly meetings are held to educate both women and men on their constitutional rights, duties, existing policies, and laws for protection. JWP advocates for equal partnerships between genders as crucial for effective development.

These regular community sessions cover various topics including constitutional rights, child marriage, child labour, domestic violence, menstrual and mental health, trafficking, environmental preservation, rights of women in the unorganized sector, and the role of police in preventing violence.

Women also receive awareness sessions on legal procedures regarding violence against women and children, including filing First Information Reports (FIRs) for assaults or workplace harassment etc. Occasionally, interactive meetings are organised with local police, panchayat members, hospitals etc.

Environmental Conservation

JWP is deeply committed to environmental conservation, undertaking a diverse array of programmes and activities. Through initiatives such as training in the production of environmentally friendly agricultural tools, implementation of new methods for high-quality fodder production, and utilization of solar-powered machinery for agriculture, JWP equips communities with sustainable farming practices. 

Additionally, the creation of smokeless stoves for heating and cooking and the weaving of rugs and shawls from scrap material promote eco-friendly living. Furthermore, JWP’s involvement in non-formal education and skill development programmes contributes to a culture of environmental stewardship by fostering awareness and appreciation for nature and our environment. With a focus on empowering women and youth, JWP’s holistic approach to environmental conservation ensures a greener, more sustainable future for generations to come.

Skill Training

Skills are pivotal in enhancing both the economic well-being and dignity of individuals. JWP places significant emphasis on skill development, particularly aimed at empowering women to achieve self-sufficiency and economic independence. The skill training provided at Mera Sahara Centres not only enables financial empowerment but also yields positive outcomes in terms of literacy improvement and education for their children. 

This program aims to empower women and young adults with knowledge for sustainable livelihood generation, prevent migration towards urban areas, conserve indigenous forests and land biodiversity, and alleviate the burden of laborious field work for women by remodeling tools and machines to better suit women farmers, thereby saving time and energy while ensuring economic productivity.

Our Future Plans

JWP envisions launching a dynamic youth leadership programme aimed at nurturing the next generation of leaders. This initiative will empower young individuals with essential skills, knowledge, and opportunities to become catalysts for positive change in their communities. 

Through mentorship, training workshops, and hands-on projects, participants will develop critical leadership qualities such as communication, problem-solving, and collaboration. The programme will focus on fostering a sense of civic responsibility and social entrepreneurship, equipping young leaders with the tools they need to address pressing societal issues and drive sustainable development. JWP’s youth leadership programme will serve as a platform for empowering young voices, inspiring innovation, and shaping a brighter future for all.

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