Narayan Seva Sansthan, a charitable organisation in India, has announced a unique initiative – the ‘World of Humanity’ (WOH) centre. A place where every human is accepted and empowered, irrespective of their ability, caste, creed, or religion.
The establishment of Narayan Seva Sansthan in India and its branches across the world have helped people come together and contribute to building the World Of Humanity centre. The initiative rests on three pillars: Heal, Enrich, and Empower.
The “World of Humanity”: A place where meaning is added to the life of every person who has hope. It aims to create an inclusive society with acceptance for all, where people with different problems can get free of cost benefits and become a part of mainstream society.
The World of Humanity Centre shall offer free healthcare and education along with skill training to make individuals a better place in society.
Facts about underprivileged minorities as reﬂected in the 2011 census state that a significant part of the Indian population suffers from one or the other disability:
‘In Movement’ Disabilities
Considering these facts of the 2011 census, the super-specialty World of Humanity centre will prove to be quite beneﬁcial for all.