The work of an NGO is not limited by any boundaries. They play a very critical role in the betterment of society as a whole by devising projects which help to develop the society, improve communities and encourage and promote the participation of its citizens in the various developmental causes and projects taken up. Aswasn's activities thus deal in causes related to:
Providing free medicines and setting up health policies for the weaker and disadvantaged sections of the society as a measure of preventive healthcare,
Help setting up the "JAN-KALYAAN AUSHDHI", an initiative by ASWASN to set-up a hospital to provide absolute free healthcare services to the needy,
· Environment which deals with making the people understand the importance of nature, its role in our lives and the harmful results which can crop up from its misuse,
Protect the dignity of the girl child, taking steps to stop their killing in the foetus, ensuring better treatment, and others
Society as a whole by introducing better thinking, good hygiene, promoting family relations, encouraging respect among its members, providing health care for the elderly, and more.
Advocate human rights by helping to stop human trafficking, illegal selling of babies and children, child labour, prostitution, saving the girl child etc.
Promote education mostly among the downtrodden by providing free education and free aids to ensure children and even adults. Develop the need and habit for going to schools and obtaining education.
Help to build up self-dependency and financial independence by helping people to learn different types of work so that they can live with dignity.
The work of Aushdhi Social Welfare Association ( NGO ) is unlimited since it is not limited by boundaries. Anyone wanting to work for a cause is wholeheartedly welcomed by the people forming and working for these causes. With the society undergoing a gradual degradation in several avenues, it is the NGOs who work as the social conscience thus keeping the society and the world as a whole on the right track.