Wooton Social Welfare Cum Resource CentreClick to enlarge
The Social Welfare Division is responsible for the management of 57 Social Welfare Centres. The centres are mostly located in rural areas and serveall age-groups – children, youth, women, men, senior citizens etc, within their own catchment area.
The Division manages the operation of the centres through the formulation of policies and programmes that are in linewith the Government Programme . The Division is headed by the Social Welfare Commissioner and Officers of different Welfare grade are posted at centres tohelp in the implementation of social/welfare activities.
The Division has also under its responsibility the Dressmaking section which is responsible for the empowerment of womenthrough running of hobby and skills development courses.
Social welfare centres have been at the service of the community for more than 50 years. They have largely contributedto influence the social development of villages by networking with other social agencies for the social upliftment, empowerment and integration of localcommunities.
Objective of Social Welfare Centre
Social Welfare Committees
The main programme areas for Social Welfare centres are:
Strategies used to involve the community are:
Target Groups at Social Welfare Centres are:
Social Amenities, Sports and Fitness that exist at the centres:
Role of Social Welfare Centres
List of Social Welfare Centres
Alagender Hill, Wooton;