The idea to set up this society came after the biggest tragedy of the year 2013 i.e. ‘Kedarnath Tragedy’ in Uttarakhand. This became the huge disaster which almost destroyed every possible construction came to its path like buildings, roads, river side villages and lands which left the area more backward than ever and hence highly vulnerable. Members of CRPWS, some of whom are originally belong from these affected areas conducted research to know more about the status of communities that are living in mountains and they found some tribal regions where development is at its minimal level and since then they are working for regions like Rudraprayag and Jaunsar Bawar to make them sustainably develop by targeting the communities and children.

Child Rights and Peoples Welfare Society is an independent non-governmental social developmental organisation registered under the Society Registration Act 21, 1860 whose aim is to bring sustainable development in tribal areas of Uttarakhand since 2016. An initiative taken by the youth of Uttarakhand in order to improve the quality of education, health and sanitation sectors in tribal areas. CRPWS is working from November 2016 on ‘Capacity Building Training Programme’ based on building journalism skills among tribal adolescents in Jaunsar Bawar, Uttarakhand. It is a subsidiary organisation of GRASS (Gramin Sudhar Avam Shramik Seva Sanstha) established in 1993, specialised in fields such as Agriculture, Horticulture, Biomass Utilization, Disaster Management, Food and Water Preservation and Power Generation through Watermills.


  • Our mission is to make every child of tribal community self-dependant, motivated, confident and active participant of every leading discussions and plans regarding the development of their tribes.
  • To achieve complete literacy rate and growth of underdeveloped areas by providing better education, health and sanitation facilities.
  • To generate awareness and motivate tribal people towards a positive change.

our programs

  • Media Literacy/Skills training program
  • Health and Environment education program
  • Classroom Library project
  • Free tuitions program
  • Health camps in our project areas
  • Career guidance programs among tribal adolescents

Project Area

Our working area is divided into four major areas Sahiya, Koti, Chakrata and Vishugilani of Jaunsar Bawar which altogether covers 70 tribal villages. And our projects are based on four dimensions Education, Environment, Health and Sanitation.

Our Objectives

  • Implementation of the Youth Knowledge sharing project in Rudraprayag
  • To educate adolescents about their rights so they can also raise their voice
  • Establishment of a Child newspaper in tribal area of Jaunsar
  • Provide knowledge of media usage and communication skills
  • Initiate Classroom Library project in Koti colony

help & support

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