Anand ORGANISATION FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT (AOSD) was initiated on 12th JUNE 2014 by a DR JYOTI ANAND who further brought group together to contribute towards betterment of the society with a focus on child education, holistic child development and women empowerment. We share a common dream – a world where every child is showered with love and is given opportunities for their bright future; a world where no child’s innocence is marred by the horrors of child labour, and a world where women’s wellbeing is paid attention to and they’re empowered to sustain themselves and their family.
Unable to afford basic human needs like thirst, food, and shelter, parents living in poverty are often left with no choice than to catapult their children into the same unjust world of child labour that they themselves have grown up in. Few are able to barely save money and admit their child into a school, where the child faces difficulties owing to years of inequality. ANAND NGO vowed to right these wrongs and ensure that the human rights of these children are no longer violated. Basic Education is the human right of every individual as laid down in the International Human Rights Law by the United Nations. Butterfly- Child Welfare and Education program was established to provide comprehensive assistance to impoverished children through a learning program focusing on textual and practical knowledge as well as personality development. Butterfly is a symbol of freedom – freedom from the clutches of inequality and child labour.
- To provide children a holistic education for their development.
- To give children a conducive environment which provides them freedom to foster creativity and curiosity.
- To ensure Education for all by providing free-of-cost remedial education to underprivileged children.
- To help children in choosing the right career path for them and provide opportunity and guidance for the same.
- To help rural women learn vocational skills.
- To help women in attaining financial independence.
- To create relicable models for the country.
- To bridge the gap between urban and rural India.
- To create a cycle of giving back. Where talent gives back to their homes instead of flowing towards urban cities.