change in India
through education
Help empower
the underprivileged
by providing
access to
A journey
that will touch
the lives of
countless children.

1- Nutrition
2- Physical development
3- Mental and moral development

1- Employment
2- Education
3- Self development


1- Importance of cleanness
2- Importance of nutrition
3- Awareness about dieses

1- Value education
2- Spiritual development

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"Matrichhaya International Welfare Trust is a Non-Government and Non Profit making organization, Established to work in the areas of Health, Education, relief of poor, and to provide amenities and facilities to physically disabled people.
we are working for a world where all people live in dignity and security . To complete a journey, we must step forward first. We continue to do our duty quietly and relentlessly and try our level best to solve the problems of the society without any hue and cry. Our aim is to wipe out the tears of those poor as we do.."

Manoj Yadav


"Women empowerment is empowering the women to take their own decisions for their personal dependent. Empowering women is to make them independent in all aspects from mind, thought, rights, decisions, etc by leaving all the social and family limitations. It is to bring equality in the society for both male and female in all areas. Women empowerment is very necessary to make the bright future of the family, society and country. Women need fresh and more capable environment so that they can take their own right decisions in every area whether for themselves, family, society or country. In order to make the country "

Vijay Prakash Singh


"Women Empowerment refers to increasing and improving the social, economic, political and legal strength of the women, to ensure equal-right to women, and to make them confident enough to claim their rights, such as:"
freely live their life with a sense of self-worth, respect and dignity,
have complete control of their life, both within and outside of their home and workplace,
to make their own choices and decisions,
have equal rights to participate in social, religious and public activities,

Dilip Singh

Vice President

68 million children live in remote parts of the world and do not have access to schools. According to UNICEF, 25% of children who are of age to attend school in rural zones are not educated versus 16% of children living in urban areas. In particular, girls suffer with this statistic the most. Those who live in rural or remote areas are affected the most because of gender segregation as children get older.
With the lack of government Investment in education, most of these children will be unable to read or write with any fluency, or to complete basic numeracy tasks. Unfortunately, most people believe these children do not have a future in education and do not fight for their cause politically

Tribhuvan Singh Yadav


Another critical religious motivation for reconsidering diet is concern for human suffering-out of compassion-in light of poverty, malnutrition, and starvation. Not only do we damage the environment with our choice of cheese and cutlets-burdening future populations with pollutants, dead zones, and global climate change-but we also feed tons of precious grains to hundreds of thousands of cattle, pigs, chickens, and turkeys while fellow human beings go without food. Rather than breed hungry cattle and chickens to consume grains, we should stop breeding anymals and feed precious grains to those. If we did not breed and consume anymals, billions of tons of grains could be redirected to feed hungry human beings, alleviating and/or preventing starvation worldwide."

Shyam Bihari Mishra


Shyam Bihari Mishra

"What is always overlooked is that although the poor want to be rich, it does not follow that they either like the rich or that they in any way want to emulate their characters which, in fact, they despise.
Both the poor and the rich have always found precisely the same grounds on which to complain about each other.
Each feels the other has no manners, is disloyal, corrupt, insensitive - and has never put in an honest day's work in its life."

Ranjeet Singh Kushwaha

General Secretary

Ranjeet Kumar Kushwaha