Aozora Children Educational Welfare Trust a believes in helping individuals live a life of dignity. To achieve this, our livelihood programmes focus on generating sustainable livelihoods. This is done through capacity building, fostering community links and promoting small businesses. ACEWT puts special focus on entrepreneurial ventures, which are owned by women. Through its livelihood programmes, ACEWT India promotes microfinance, Self Help Groups, capacity building and small businesses. It also fosters linkages between community collectives and financial institutions. CARE also focuses on improving the literacy, numeracy and critical thinking skills to promote sustainable livelihoods.


This project will empower disadvantaged women and girls through imparting skill training, computer training’s, educational scholarships and Self help, which will help to generate an income for their families and give a better chance of survival.s for their future, and also playing and having fun.
Investment in women and girls, is a proven path to reduce poverty. They are disadvantaged when it comes to employment, education, and work skills. They are also abused sexually, physically, mentally and psychologically. Indian Women And Child Welfare Trust equipped to empower deprived, disadvantaged and under privileged women and girls through sewing, embroidery and computer training to give them a better tomorrow, by promoting equality in the society. Self help group is to meet emergency needs on the basis of mutual help


Training in sewing, embroidery, computers and educational scholarship to women and girls will enable them to avail jobs opportunities in industries or set their own micro business. Also S.H.G. savings is to meet emergency needs on mutual help.

Long-Term Impact

Aozora Children Welfare Trust aims to improve economic status of women and their families through business skills and education. The secret of training is to empower, restore and regenerate women and improve their status. Last two years, we provided training to 500+ women