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Over the years SRWS has educated over 500 girls throughout the country, helped over 100 women artisans attain this independent 



Shaheed Ramashray Welfare Society was started with the basic aim to provide help and support to the underprivileged. The NGO focuses on developing the potential of women and girls by providing them with quality healthcare, inclusive education, gender equitable and sustainable livelihood opportunities, creating a safe space for people of the LGBTQ+ community and removing the stigma surrounding mental health issues. 

Over the past few years, the NGO has come up with various helplines, and helped numerous women, and families escape abusive situations and lead better and healthier lives. The efficiency and the NGO’s dedication to the cause can be measured by the number of cases taken up by the NGO in the last four years and their successful outcomes. 

Formal Education

Since its inception in 2018, the NGO has imparted formal education, Diploma in professional typing, skill development and self-defence classes to around 500 girls in its centre.


During the initial days of the NGO, chairperson Devanshi Yadav took out a drive to distribute sanitary pads and create awareness about menstrual hygiene.


The NGO took up a domestic violence case of a mother of 2 in a 7-year-old marriage, brutally assaulted by her husband to the point of hospitalisation. The NGO handled all the legal work which eventually led to the arrest of all the culprits. 


9 months pregnant woman lost her unborn child in a case of female infanticide and violence for dowry. The case was taken up by the NGO including taking care of all the legal work which led to the arrest of the husband.

Artisan Identity Cards

The NGO helped 100 women get Artisan Identity Cards issued by the government which proved beneficial for them in getting easy loan, insurance, credit guarantee, make it easy to avail benefits of the schemes run by Government of India, and to participate in any domestic/ international fair/event.


Case of an 8-year-old boy who was being sexually exploited by his neighbour. NGO took up the case and led to the arrest of the man. 

In Moradabad, the NGO took up the case of a young girl who was being exploited via an MMS being circulated of hers.


The NGO was active during the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and helped in providing oxygen cylinders and arranging hospital beds for covid patients across India.


The NGO has hosted various online sessions on mental health in collaboration certified psychologists to create awareness about mental health and remove the stigma surrounding mental illness.


The NGO has created a toll-free helpline with a team of psychologists and lawyers for the LGBTQ community wherein people from the community can seek help from psychologists and legal help from lawyers.

so much more


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