Who we are
Niswarth vision is the ” Empowerment of physically challenged and underprivileged people in our local tea districts and nearby areas.
The organization has progressed well in its first few years of operation and performing above expectations. Niswarth has done well to meet its short key term objectives of providing employment to some of the poorest. It has received a very good response from the local population and the demand for its products is on the increase. Through the organization, many deaf children are now being sponsored to attend school.
Niswarth has also arranged a large number of disability and eye camps reaching out to a population of 20 lakhs (2 million). We have also used our resources to provide whatever help possible to the victims of the Bihar floods.
Our vision is the ” Empowerment of physically challenged and underprivileged people in our local tea districts and nearby areas.
Various aspects of our mission statement highlighting what we do, what we have achieved so far, and our plans for the future are listed below.
We believe your valued support, in whatever form that would take the organization ahead in achieving its objectives.
Our Core Values
We are committed to social justice, sustainable development, and human rights.
The right to communicate freely is a basic human right and a necessity for sustainable development. We are committed to the dissemination of information and promotion of sustainable development initiatives, in response to the needs of underrepresented and marginalized sectors of society.
Meet Our Founders
Mr. Harsh Kumar
Co-founder and President at present. An engineering graduate from IIT Kanpur. Worked with Duncan’s Tea Estates from 1973 to 2008, and then headed a Siliguri-based group for 3 yrs. Currently working as Sr.VA with Contemporary Brokers at Siliguri.
Late Mrs. Neelam Kumar
Co-Founder and first President of the organisation in 2006. She was a qualified teacher (M.A and B.Ed) at Central School, Bareilly before her marriage but she gave up teaching after her marriage. She was involved with various local NGOs helping them in their charity work. Despite her severe disability, she helped in developing Niswarth till her sudden demise in 2008.