Inclusion

Building inclusive and productive employment opportunities, approachable infrastructure with special attention to the needs of the vulnerable section

Empowerment

Improve livelihood, representation, equality, education, and infrastructure development for people with disabilities

Education

Devising educational strategies with premier institutes and organizations of the country to spread digital awareness and reconditioning educational curriculums for children with special needs.

Uddip Social Welfare Society (USWS)

With every ray comes the hope of enlightenment. The name Uddip finds its inspiration in the very same act of nature- Light; that has enabled civilisations in search of truth, development, and enablement. Uddip Social Welfare Society (USWS) is a civil society organisation that strives to uplift the impoverished section of society through constant endeavour towards improvements in livelihood, education, enablement, and accessibility. Targeting economically sensitive areas and people with disabilities receives premier attention.
USWS finds its nascent roots in the city of Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, under the guiding light of Poonam Shroti. Poonam has learned to live with a congenital disorder (Osteogenesis Imperfecta) and understands the challenges faced by people with special needs. The challenges faced by people living with a disability deserves special attention from the social and government players who can actively support the empowerment process.

Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals for 2030 includes people living with disabilities in its global development framework. Countless organisations had enthusiastically worked for the betterment of the same before the goals were highlighted in favour of people with disabilities. But now, a global standard is the need of the hour to bring developing nations on equal footings with the developed nations. USWS thus strives to bring sustainable solutions to the developing nations of South Asia. USWS aligns its activities with 10 of the 17 sustainable goals.

By acting as a catalyst for underprivileged children, women, and people living with disabilities, USWS aspires to nurture a society that stands firm on equality, unity, and justice. Life skills and vocational training by experts from the field ensure livelihood and instil a sense of confidence. A group of professionals from the field of medicine, rehabilitation, career counselling preside over the framework's implementation across the projects. Ensuring a demographic approach, the development tasks are based on inclusivity, enablement, learning, development, and awareness for urban and rural sectors.
The member organisations, shoulder to shoulder with USWS, ensure transparency in project's operations and governance. The projects are envisioned with the support and bonding of public and private partnerships to ensure credibility and astute guidance.

Build an inclusive society with us

Here at Uddip, we acknowledge individuality. Your unique ideas may guide us for the nucleus of our next project. Work with us to make your wishes come true. Send your ideas and suggestions to collaborate with us. Write to us at info@uddip.org.

Volunteering with Uddip is an experience that my friends and I would take forward in our professional lives ahead. What we have learned about team work here is invaluable .
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Our Events

Samaanta 2016

Samaanta, an event that brings people from a vast swathe of population to raise awareness on equal representation for people living with disability, was launched by Uddip Social Welfare Society in 2016.

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Samaanta 2017

With the same invigorating will and enthusiasm, Uddip Social Welfare Society organised another Samaanta in 2017.

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Samaanta 2019

More than 15 differently-abled children participated along with other participants. The children stood and advocated for equality in education as well.

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