We are here to give hope and help
promote social justice, health, education, de-addiction, women empowerment
Who We Are
What We Do
— De-addiction and Rehabilition center
An ongoing permanent project, DVSPT is running 15 bedded de-addiction and rehabilitation centers with assistance of Ministry of social justice & empowerment, Govt. of India.
— Rajiv Gandhi Rural Mobile Medical Van
Trust started work with RGRMMU in June 2008 at Bikaner district with the assistance of Govt. of Rajasthan. This program is to provide free medical facilities to the rural, remote area “C” category villages for Bikaner district.
— Eye & Medical Checkup Camps
Health checkups and distribution of medicines for free of cost. Expert counseling is also provided to patients. In eye camps surgery for cataract is performed by expert doctors and free spectacles are provided.
— Residential Camps for Handicaps
Children with physical disabilities are provided free education till class 5th along with needed emotional and medical support. This initiative was sanctioned by Dept. of “Sarv Shiksha Abhiyaan”, Govt. of Rajasthan.
— Sanitation and Solid Waste Awareness
Construction of 58 toilets, sewer connections, soakage pits, 6 septic tanks was done as sanctioned by Rajasthan Urban Infrastructure Development Project. Development of CC road, awareness for solid waste was part of it.
— Skill Upgradation of Minorities Groups
Forming self help groups, facilitating bank loan to them after providing basic orientation training program. Under various projects of Govt. of Rajasthan, overall emphasis is to improve skills and make such groups self reliant with financial and training help.
More than 300 benefit from free health checkup camp
DVSPT in collaboration with RUIDP organized a medical camp, under which free checkup and medicines were provided to more than 300 attendees. Expert doctors were present and contributing their services during this camp.
Addicts who consumed more than 29 lacs of drugs give up
On the occasion of closing ceremony of 10 days de-addiction camp, 18 individuals took oath to give up drugs and return back to main stream in society. They had spent over 29 Lac rupees (approx USD 40k) worth money on drugs in past.