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– Case Study: Diwaliben Trust

The Foundation began supporting the Diwaliben Trust in 2011 to provide education, medical and economic support to the people in the rural part of India where the family had originated.

Employing more than 850 staff and 3436 volunteers who are playing an instrumental role in more than 25 different types of service, the Trust’s expansive programs impact more than 800 villages, touching the lives of 498,000 people in 106,000 families.

Health & Human Services
The Diwaliben Health Care program leverages numerous projects to provide much-needed healthcare to multiple rural villages. The Trust supports two stand-alone clinics and two full-time medical dispensaries, each equipped with trained medical staff and basic supplies. In 2018, the Trust expanded its medical offerings, opening the Diwaliba Laboratory for medical testing and Diwaliba Eye Care for optometry services.

Education
The Diwaliben Trust believes education can make all the difference in a child’s life. Each year, the Diwaliben team teaches over 21,000 children reading, writing and math and provides after-school tutoring to children in grades 1-5. For older children, the Trust supports several initiatives that provide vocational learning in schools and after-school programs in areas such as technology, sewing, cosmetology and spoken English.

Economic Empowerment
The Diwaliba Microfinance Project uses a community-support finance model to provide interest-free loans for agriculture and small business projects. To date, the project has provided more than 530 loans, with more than 4,200 individuals participating in the co-op. For the participants, it’s not just a path out of poverty – it’s a road to self-reliance.

– Case Study: Diwaliben Trust

The Foundation began supporting the Diwaliben Trust in 2011 to provide education, medical and economic support to the people in the rural part of India where the family had originated.

Employing more than 850 staff and 3436 volunteers who are playing an instrumental role in more than 25 different types of service, the Trust’s expansive programs impact more than 800 villages, touching the lives of 498,000 people in 106,000 families.