Indian Society For Life Development (ISLD) has been registered as a voluntary organization in 1987 under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 and also the Societies Registration Act, 1960. Ever since it’s establishment, ISLD has been working on holistic development of the marginalized sections of community in Marathwada region of Maharashtra State in Central India.
The Marathwada region of Maharashtra state is one of the undeveloped regions in country. The region had been inflicted by acute poverty. The major reasons for this area due to acute water scarcity and frequent drought situation in the region. The rural & urban areas in the region are deprived of their basic health services. Even if there exists some health care facilities, the marginalized poor cannot effort the cost of medical treatment.
There is no territorial for ISLD to operate its activities. However, currently it has been working in villages of around Aurangabad city and also in urban slums within the city. The target group of the ISLD programs belongs to the most disadvantages section of the society. ISLD implements its programs without distinction to caste & creed.
♦ Community based primary health care programs through women’s leadership.
♦ Blindness prevention, care & rehabilitation.
♦ Promotion of socio-economic development for better health and well being of marginalized & disadvantaged communities particularly women and children.
♦ Reduction of hunger and malnutrition for children under three years old.
Indian society for life development is a charity organization which was founded in 1987. In 2003 Dr. Ingle was elected CEO in which he and his team are looking to improve life development within the Aurangabad area.
Development of underprivileged communities through health, education and socio-economic development.
Too reach the most underprivileged
Too establish and train health volunteers, to make them aware regarding their rights to generate new income sources and capacitate them to self reliance.