Institute for Social Reforms and Higher Education Charitable Trust is a registered under Indian Trust Act 1882, with the Registration number 4/247/137-154/104/22.It is also registered with Govt of India, NITI Aayog NGO Darpan(MHRD): UP/2022/0313057
Institute for Social Reforms and Higher Education Charitable Trust aims to empower and to uplift the socio-economic status of women and children by harnessing their entrepreneurial abilities and creating a means of sustainable Employment and Social security in the vulnerable lives.
Institute for Social Reforms and Higher Education Charitable Trust provides welfare programmes and services to the Persons with Disabilities, social security for the aged and destitute through the network of residential care homes and non-institutional services.
The organisation will put special emphasis on offering the most underprivileged & Minority populations of the society a positive resource for the maintenance of their way of life in the areas of access to education, health care, etc. By advancing their knowledge and capabilities in line with the advancement of contemporary society, it is important to insist on and safeguard the entire growth and progress of rural artisans.
To organise conferences, seminars, camps, etc. for disseminating moral principles, Indian culture, self-confidence-building techniques, etc.; and to establish centres around the nation for the aforementioned activities.
To publishing newspapers, magazines, journals, and reproducing literary, artistic, scientific, and craft works as well as other related works and art collections for training and the dissemination of beneficial knowledge.
Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness.Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so.
A world of hope, tolerance and social justice, where poverty has been overcome and all people live in dignity and security.
Building a world where all communities have full access to innovative, high-quality, affordable, evidence-based sexual and reproductive health services, which will always include abortion, whenever, wherever, and however they are needed.
Protection and promotion of the rights of children working and/or living on the street
Right to Education (RTE) Act 2009 was a landmark legal provision as it ensured access to quality education for children.
Poor water quality affects various aspects of society, from the spread of disease to crop growth to infant mortality.
The world of the homeless may seem very far from yours, but in some ways it is quite near.
Social care services provide support to people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities/ilnesses and mental illnesses
ISRHE is non-profitable NGO working tirelessly to eradicate hunger from the society
In addition to having specific rights that take into account their unique needs, children and adolescents also enjoy the same fundamental rights as adults. Children are neither the parents' property nor the hapless recipients of charitable donations. They are people with rights because they are people.
Those of us who are fortunate enough to have access to clean water on demand could take for granted the basic necessity of having clean water running from a tap. However, access to clean water is not always easy for millions of people. In reality, access to clean water may be the difference between life and death.
Women have frequently been the centre of attention in efforts to achieve gender equality: how to eliminate obstacles to their inclusion, how to empower them, how to make sure they have access to opportunities in the areas of health, the economy, education, and other areas.