India’s public health is at a crossroads and is recognised by different stakeholders, including policymakers and lawmakers. The decision-makers or the public do not properly understand the importance of rehabilitation in public health. Thereby we ensure to attain and maintain maximum independence, full physical, mental, social, and vocational ability, and full inclusion and participation in all aspects of life for families and individuals with disabilities. Our successful rehabilitation process requires the involvement of sectors including health, education, livelihood, and social welfare.
The initiatives dovetail efforts for increasing the prosperity and well-being of the marginalised. Mainstreaming rural livelihoods, ensuring people welfare schemes and creating market avenues for rural populations, thereby ensuring equitable development, our core functioning model. To achieve progress and bring about a transformation in the lives of urban and rural people, we collectively strive to eradicate poverty, illiteracy, caste and gender discrimination. The focus is on achieving Sustainable Development Goals.
We believe that development is person-centric and for that, we have to transform human lives through education. This requires advocating for a school-based education system that promotes sustainable development and keeps humanity at the centre of human progress. We have schools, multi-disciplinary therapeutic centres, and academic institutions for disabled children aimed at the general public’s welfare. We ensure that the right to universalisation of compulsory and free education is received by all aspiring children.