In Salem district, the impacts of COVID-19 are very high among the vulnerable communities. Particularly, the lives of underserved communities are drastically affected for the last two years. They lost their survival basic income and Read more…
RURAL WOMEN DEVELOPMENT TRUST is the registered nonprofit charity organization in Tharamanagalam, Salem District, Tamil Nadu. Dedicated members of the Dalit Arunthathiyar community started the organization in 2000, and in 2005 it achieved registration under The Trust Registration Act of India. It has a central office in Tharamangalam, and conducts ongoing projects in rural remote villages throughout western Salem District. The organization is led primarily by local women—three of the five board members are women. We are working for women and children education and Empowerment. The primary focus of the organization is the rescue and rehabilitation of Dalit Arunthathiya debt-bonded laborers, an exploited social class that is often treated as slaves.
What We Do
RWDT rescue and rehabilitate Dalit families from bonded labor, stand up against social injustice, to train women with sustainable vocational skills, and help them attain economic independence, access to quality education of their children, and healthcare facilities.
Volunteer with RWDT
The internship / volunteer program at Rural women development trust is designed to offer exposure to students and working professionals from varied academic and professional backgrounds. It is an opportunity for self-driven individuals to transform their passion into results and become a part of the effort to ensure a lasting change for children with intellectual and development challenges.https://ruralwomenindia.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/11/RWDT-scaled.jpg
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