Genesis and Growth
The Rajeev Neelu Kachwaha Public Charitable Trust was established in 1986 by the families of late Rajeev and Neelu Kachwaha who donated its initial corpus of Rs. 18 Lacs. The said sum stands invested in various Government deposits. All charitable activities are carried out from the interest accrued on the corpus as well as donations from donor institutions and individuals.
The main thrust of the SWATI project is to cater to education and overall development of children at its two Centers J.J. Camp Tigri and Kanak Durga Basti in New Delhi. Throughits various programmes in Balwaris (Play Schools), Remedial Education, Computer literacy program, Vocational training and English speaking courses.Read more
Tigri is one of the largest slums in Delhi and is situated in the southern fringe of the city. It is legalized rehabilitation colony and the dwellers were settled here upon evacuation from various other places. As per the 2016 BLD survey total households were 2206 in three blocks (block- J, D and E) and the population of Tigri at about 10155. A sample survey of this slum reveals that the population comprises mostly of skilled or unskilled laborers who has migrated from UP, MP, Rajasthan and Bihar.
Kanak Durga basti is a smaller slum virtually situated in the heart of south-west Delhi, inj R.K. Puram. A large segment of the population is from Tamil Nadu, M.P., U.P., Rajasthan and Nepal. As per the 2016 BLD survey total households were 900 and the total population at about 3433.
|Mr. Kuldeep Singh Kachwaha||- Trustee|
|Ms. Mamta Kachwaha||- Trustee|
|Mr. Sumeet Kachwaha||- Trustee|
|Ms. Freyan Deshal||- Trustee|
|Ms. Dr. Sanaya Nariman||- Trustee|
|Mr. Sarat Lunia||- Trustee|
|Ms. Rachna Gupta||- Senior Consultant|
|Mr. Paritosh Sasmal||- Financial Controller|
|Mr. Vijay Sharma||- Social Worker|
|Mr. Ajit Khanna||- Social Worker|
|Ms. Mehak||- Social Worker|
|Ms. Vimla Bawari||- Social Worker|
|Ms. Meenu Sharma||- Social Worker|
|Ms. Kamla Rawat||- Social Worker|
|Mr. Ajay Kumar Thakur||- Accountant|