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Women Development Centre has launched the first Child-Friendly Space at the Solapara slum on 05th June 2022

Women Development Centre, Joypur, Kharghuli has launched the first Child-Friendly Space at the Solapara slum on 05th June 2022. The program is graced by the Chief Guest, Smt. Preety Lekha Deka ...
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Sister Betsy Devasia Received the 11th International Human Rights Summit &AWARD 2021

Sr. Betsy Devasia, the Director of Women Development Centre (WDC) Assam, was conferred with 11th International AWARD title the “Ambassador for Human Rights & Peace” 2021 for her contribution to ...
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VACCINATION – THE TOOL FOR A BETTER HEALTH

(PIC: VACCINATION CAMP ON 12TH JULY 2021) As India saw the exponential rise in the no. of new cases for covid-19, the 2nd wave has already spread to the project ...
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COVID 19 awareness and vaccination program

Women Development Centre in collaboration with District Administration and Seajuli MPHC conducted the COVID 19 awareness and vaccination program. Total 210 poor marginalized temporary workers in tea garden, daily wage ...
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The National Handloom Day celebrated by the Artisans of Self Help Group (SHGs)

The National Handloom Day celebrated by the Artisans of Self Help Group (SHGs) at Common Facility Centre of G.orchiga Traditional Handloom Cluster To memorialize the Artisans hard work in their ...
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Director's Message: Sr. Betsy Devasia

A MIILIANIUM GIFT TO THE WOMEN IN N. EAST

Women development centre generally known as WDC, is the brain child of Archbishop emeritus Thomas Menamparampil, who had a vision to empower the women from the remote areas of N. East India. He heard the cry, saw their struggle; women without formal education but looking for a livelihood, dared to leave their village   for a better life for their children. These women are caught up in the struggle of urban poor. Archbishop saw them coming from the rural villages and settling in the towns without any formal skill training. He saw them exploited and becoming construction workers, domestic workers, no bargaining power, no recognition. To recognize and help these women our Congregation was invited and Sr. Mercedes then provincial accepted and the work is continuing.

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