International Centre for Women and Child (ICWC) received grant of special consultative status from Economic Social Council (ECOSOC), United Nations.
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International Centre for Women and Child (ICWC) is a non-profit organization that aims to provide the much needed impetus to the holistic development of women and children by supporting various programmes. Earlier called the “Sulabh International Institute for Rural Development and Training” (SIIRDT), and set up in 1994, it’s an NGO with focus and emphasis on education, health, skill transformation, sanitation, legal empowerment and community development.
ICWC is a unique place where people from varied backgrounds come together to be a part of a movement for change.Read More
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Every day we touch lives of thousands of people in need with the help of our large hearted individual donors and corporate partners.Read More
A little compassion, a little help from our side can turn their lives completely! Dear friends, join us in this noble endeavour and let’s help.Read More
My name is Anika Gupta. I have completed Post Graduation in Master of Design from National Institute of Fashion Technology, New Delhi. ICWC gave me the opportunity to take forward my Project towards teaching hygiene and sanitation habits to Anganwadi children through the game of snakes and ladders. It was great working for and with the organisation.
My name is Raghav Bhaskar. I am pursuing MSW from Bundelkhand University, Jhansi. ICWC gave me an opportunity to work with the children of Anganwadi and teach them about WASH. It has been a great experience working with and for the organisation.
News & Events
- January 31, 2017
- 11:30 To 02:30
Focused Groop Meeting 31 January 2017 at village- Bai, Nuh Haryana. Project Title : Equal rights for women, focused on political participation and prevention of violence against womenFunding by Embassy of Netherland, New Delhi and organized by Icwc India
- February 18, 2019
- 11:30 To 15:00
The organization organized Health checkup camp for deprived women and adolescent girls. Women in India Consistently log behind the men in terms of access to education, health care, jobs etc. Apart from the economic and social inequality are the silent sufferers of deficient in nutrition due to poverty, anemic and...