Social change is a constant and complex phenomenon. It requires slow, gradual and long term process through a strong policy framework because it involves changes in traditions, customs, folkways and socio-cultural patterns. The key challenges confronting the country are many and varied; poverty, ignorance, ill health, mal-nutrition, drug addiction and economic imbalance besides luring focus i.e. aberration from the right path of Deem. Social Welfare is concerned with the well being and up lift of the community at large and the vulnerable groups in particular. Focus of programmes will be for the neglected, disadvantaged, under privileged and exploited section of our society, i.e. the Children, Women particularly the destitute, Aged, Disabled, Indigent, Beggars, and Drug Addicts etc
Social Welfare is a vital sector of the National Development. It motivates voluntary efforts on the basis of self-help and mobilization of both human and material resources to supplement Government's efforts and accelerate development process. It has two-fold approach i.e. Public Sector Development and Voluntary Sector Program. Welfare activities are much needed in poor communities and neglected segments of our society where financial and technical resources are limited. The programmes of social welfare & community development undertaken by the Department of Social Welfare aim at eradicating social evils , from the society, rehabilitation of the disabled and the handicapped, formulation of schemes / programmes directed towards meeting social needs, mitigating sufferings and bringing about cultural and psychological changes and systematic / uniformed socio-economic growth to ensure poverty alleviation.
Release of Rs. Eleven(11) Crore, Eighty(80) Lac for rehabilitation of Darul-Aman & Darul-Kafala. Date: 08-12-2014