Services

Education

World Envision aims at basic education for all underprivileged children. When you know better you do better. Children are deprived of basic education and forced to work in order to survive. Children are sent to work due to family problems. Financial relief is given to continue their studies, in schools, in their respective areas which otherwise is not possible. ...Read More

Health And Nutrition

Life expectancy has come down drastically, people crossing 50 years has become a thing of the past. Modern trends like Fast food , Smoking, Alcoholism, Malnutrition have bought us Blood Pressure , Diabetes , Asthma to start with and ending up with major health problems. Most of the children are obese and lack physical exercise. Eating habits are the root cause of all this. Naturopathy – The power of Raw, Uncooked food - teaches you how to eat right and by doing so your body uses its immune system to clear all the toxins in the body and get healthy. The main principle behind Naturopathy is that the body has an innate ability to heal. ...Read More

Women Empowerment

World Envision is working with the women as victims of poverty to empowering poor women to challenge and change the way they live. Conducting programs and teaching tailoring, Embroidery, candle making, Saree Trusts, and the likes to make them earn a living. Widows and divorcees who have basic education will be taught Computer basics, Corel draw, Photo shop, DTP, Spoken English and Personality development which will help them get jobs in companies. Of the 1.3 billion people who live in absolute poverty around the globe, 70 percent are women. For these Women, poverty doesn’t just mean scarcity and want, It means rights denied, opportunities curtailed and Voices silenced. Sourcing jobs for women after training them in our facility will be done meticulously. . ...Read More

Orphanges

World Envision provides Orphans and neglected children with shelter, Food, Clothing and all their necessities otherwise denied to them. Providing them with immunization and nutrition along with proper education in our schools to be built by World Envision. We have identified places in Pudukkottai, Trichy, Madurai , Coimbatore , Erode , Theni , Dindukkal , Nammakkal, , Karur and Kanchipuram district. Nurturing abandoned children is the most important priority; taking care of them now will ensure a healthy future for the nation on the whole. Teaching them the necessities for surviving in this competitive, ever changing modernized world is indeed a challenge where we will make sure they stand a chance on their own. ...Read More

Old Age Homes

Old age homes are a tribute to our elders who have been stepping stones and made us what we are today. Food and shelter will be provided for the neglected elders in distress with no trace of family. There will be nurses to take care of them. Separate cooks will be employed for cooking. Medical checkups will be conducted to ensure they are healthy at all times. Doctors will be bought to the facility for minor health problems and for major problems they will be admitted in hospitals. A recreation room will be set up and common areas will have television and other entertainments to keep them from getting bored ...Read More

Envirnoment

The least we can do is giving our future generations a clean environment. Water and air, the two essential elements on which all life depends, have become global garbage cans. Inspiring people to bring back Greenery in our immediate surrounding and neighborhood by planting as many trees as possible.. Global Warming due to CO2 emissions is one of the most urgent issues facing humanity. Use of plastics on the other hand is causing untold damage to us. ...Read More

Agriculture

Rural Indian women are extensively involved in agricultural activities. However the nature and extent of their involvement differs with the variations in agro production systems. The mode of female participation in agricultural production varies with the landowning status of farm households. Their roles range from managers to landless labourers. In over all farm production, women’s average contribution is estimated at 55% to 66% of the total labour with percentages, much higher in certain regions.. ...Read More