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Greater Kashmir Welfare Trust was incorporated on February 24, 2005 as a Public Charitable Trust with the aims and objectives to alleviate the sufferings and attaining upliftment of the common masses in the society and for extending the humanitarian services in all their form and substance to the needy, oppressed and deserving.

ORPHAN

GKWT under orphan sponsership programme continues to provide free education and other material to orphan grawn from every nook and corner of the valley and getting education in srinagar school.

REHABILITATION

The process of rehabilitation is based on concerns related to community needs in the aftermath of the disaster, and the need to increase overall capacity to make them independent and resilient to future disasters

HEALTH

GK Welfare Trust in association with Government Medical College focused on health care system in the adopted village and in this regard a two-member team of doctors led by Dr Ghulam Hassan and Dr Zubair Iqbal.

Widow

GK Welfare Trust after surveying the area found the hapless victim at the mercy of all with three kids to feed and none to depend upon. Greater Kashmir welfare Trust helping widows by providing them way of earning.

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GKWT in collaboration with some organisations organized medical camps in the area where free medicines were distributed. Dr Margoob Banhali after getting feedback of GKWT intervention volunteered to visit the adopted villages and organise medical camps there.

GKWT team and Dr Margoob with his team of doctors not only distributed free medicines among victims but also dealt with trauma related issues among earthquake sufferers.

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During massive and hectic interventions across Jammu and Kashmir, GK Welfare Trust partnered with National NGOs which after judging the work done at ground level sought extension of their programmes in GKWT adopted villages. Anhad, a New Delhi based NGO volunteered a team to educate children of Upper Dachi. About six colleg and university students during summer of 2006 voluntered and brought the earthquake hit children out from trauma by scheduling educational programmes that had playway and participative methods of schooling. Apart from this Anhad volunteers did door-to-door survey in these areas which was published in report form. The success of this programme could be gauged from the departure event of these volunteers as entire hamlet with school kids turn up to bid farewell to their teachers.

A Hyderbad based NGO Sahayata also intervened in Madian and Kamalkote area by providing tents through GKWT as the Trust volunteers had identified the victims.

A Tokyo based Kashmiri activist who had Donated towards relief also joined in at Bogroto and assesed for herself the work done by GKWT.

GKWT in order to make them aware about the activities regularly published details of donations and intervention in earthquake hit areas in Greater Kashmir.

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Welcome to GKWT

Greater Kashmir Welfare Trust was incorporated on February 24, 2005 as a Public Charitable Trust with the aims and objectives to alleviate the sufferings and attaining upliftment of the common masses in the society and for extending the humanitarian services in all their form and substance to the needy, oppressed and deserving.