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Dr Harsh charitable trust created niche amongst Indian NGOs

Dr Harsh charitable trust created niche amongst Indian NGOs
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Dr Harsh charitable trust created niche amongst Indian NGOs

Kanwar Inder Singh/ royalpatiala.in/ Patiala

Dr Harsh charitable trust created niche amongst renowned NGOs, when the Vice President of India Venkaiah Naidu unveiled the book ‘The Vision of Antyodaya’ at Sardar Vallabh bhai Patel conference Hall in New Delhi, mentioning the work done by the trust.

The book is documentation and compilation of Antyodaya based best practices in India. It is a matter of pride that Dr Harsh Charitable Trust- a Patiala based NGO working in the social sector since mid nineties, has been featured in the book under the project initiated by ISRN (Indian Social Responsibility Network) and the Ministry of Culture, Govt of India.

Dr Harsh charitable trust created niche amongst renowned NGOs

All over India amongst all trusts and NGOs top 400 trusts were selected by jury of people from different parts of India by Indian social responsibility network (ISRN) and ministry of culture under The Vision of Antyodaya i.e. reaching the last underprivileged. Criteria was reaching the underprivileged single handedly to start with and touching international level and bringing about change without government help. From top 400 selected, only 130 Presidents of different trusts were for personal interaction and felicitation.

Dr Harsh Charitable Trust has been selected among the best practices selected through several rounds of screening and recognized at the national level.

Dr Harshinder Kaur, chief functionary of the Dr Harsh Charitable Trust along with Dr Gurpal Singh attended the unveiling of the book in Delhi.

Enumerating her experiences, she said that “a skewed child sex ratio pained me a lot. I felt pained to notice the alarming dimension of disappearing daughters on account of female foeticide and infanticide in many parts of the country, most particularly in her home state, Punjab” .

“I start delivering lectures on TV, radio as well as in schools and colleges, to raise awareness on this social menace and draw the attention of people to the serious consequences of female foeticide” said Dr Harshinder.

Elaborating further she said that “Dr Harsh Charitable Trust also pays for the education of underprivileged girls”.

Dr Harshinder has also written books on issues pertaining to women and children.