• PROJECT SAHAYATA
  • PROJECT SHIKSHA
  • PROJECT SAHYOG
  • PROJECT SHAKTI

Deprived Rural Girls Education

Empowering the girls from the economically backward and rural regions of the Thar desert of Rajasthan through Education.

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Water & Sanitation

Keeping in tandem with the Swachh Bharat, the Trust has reinforced construction of a number of Toilet cum Bathroom Units in remote areas.

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Integrated Rural Development

Trust has been very active in service of the community to restore, conserve and preserve the environment

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Empowerment of Women through Skill Development

An effort, a process and an initiative to empower and uplift the women belonging to the rural and economically backward regions of Marwar.

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Trust Profile

His Highness Maharaja Hanwant Singhji Charitable Trust established in 1971 by His Highness Maharaja of Jodhpur is a registered (80G-12A) certified NGO and is registered under Rajasthan Public Trust Act, 1956 and FCRA Act 2010 to receive foreign donation/contribution.

Opening numerous entrances and doorways of development, a series of modest initiatives are carried out under the aegis of Project Shakti, Project Sahayata, Project Sahyog and Project Shiksha.

Project Shiksha : The Trust runs two girls' hostels under its aegis for marginalized girls of Rural Marwar aiming at their empowerment through proper formal education, digital literacy and extra-curricular activities.

Project Sahayata : Working Towards Sustainable Development Goals in tandem with the National Campaign of Swachh Bharat, ‘Project Sahayata’ aims to generate awareness about adequate sanitation, health and hygiene. It also works to preserve and provide accessible drinking water to rural areas by reinforcing construction of Tankas and a number of Toilet cum Bathroom Units in remote regions.

Project Sahyog : The Trust’s ongoing commitment under its ‘Project Sahyog’ aims for Integrated Rural Development in service of the Community to restore, conserve and preserve the environment. Care of stray dogs, tree plantation drives form a part of this project.

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Project Shakti : Dedicated to the cause of Empowerment of Women through Adult Literacy, Skill Development and multifarious Vocational Skills, 'Project Shakti' aims at helping less fortunate women who are facing cultural, traditional, societal and financial obstacles. It aims to transform deprived women of Marwar region as confident, self-sufficient, cognizant and financially independent.

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The Trust runs Women Empowerment Centre at Jodhpur under “Project Shakti" where economically backward & marginalized women are being trained in Sewing, Embroidery, Arts, Crafts and Applique work. You may support these women by buying our products made by them or finding markets for our centre's products, helping them to become financially independent and economically empowered which enhances their self – worth and dignity.

Our supporters

We are very proud of our following supporters who supported us in our social and education activities

  • PADEM Luxembourg
  • James S and Gail P Riepe Charitable Foundation
  • The Marwar Foundation
  • Tata Trusts
  • Embassy of Luxembourg
  • Shri Deepak Parekh and Smt Smita Deepak
  • Marudhar Hotels Pvt Ltd.
  • Total Health-Chennai
  • Strides Acrolab Ltd.

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Your support is vital to create a difference in the volume and quality of work. Each day, there is a work being done with a meaning, creation, directions and development aimed at empowerment of rural girls of the Thar Desert.

Our Mission

To carry out charitable activities including education, development, medical relief, women empowerment, rehabilitation & relief to the economically challenged people of Thar Desert of Rajasthan.

Our Vision

To serve the economically deprived people of rural regions of the Thar Desert of Western Rajasthan by carrying out charitable activities including education, women empowerment, rural development, providing water and sanitation facilities, afforestation, medical relief & rehabilitation to the most needy.