We believe, that providing mere basic health care is not enough, as every individual also deserves dignity, at Progressive Welfare Foundation (PWF), we ensure the same by providing them respect, human touch, basic health care, free food and dry ration through compassionate approach.
India is home to millions of poor people who have limited means in life. Some even struggle to get the basics in life: food, water, clothing and shelter. Despite considerable progress made in the socio-economic sphere since independence, even today, more than 23.4% of India’s population lives below the poverty line, as per the World Bank figures. This means that a staggering 276 million people in India survive on $1.25 per day on purchasing power parity. In such a scenario, interventions by charities and NGO become extremely important along with the initiatives and schemes rolled out by the government.