Eastern Command

 1. I take this opportunity to convey my heartiest greetings and best wishes to entire AWWA community of Eastern Command and their families. I congratulate each one of you for your help in shaping AWWA as an NGO, committed and dedicated for comprehensive welfare and empowerment of women in our Army. 

2. With your sincere efforts, the AWWA Eastern Command has moved forward steadily and purposefully.  I have seen distinct improvements in welfare schemes for families, management of educational institutions including Asha Schools and genuine concern for the Veer Naris.  I am also aware of your contributions in resolution of marital discord cases.  I am convinced that AWWA Eastern Command is progressing on the right path towards its goal.
 
3. In the ensuing days, I would like you to concentrate more on empowerment of our women by raising their levels of formal education. Another important issue which merit attention in the present socio-economic scenario is that of “Nari Suraksha”. We have already started addressing these issues, and they must be taken to the benchmark we’ve set for ourselves.  
4. I wish you all a very happy and prosperous future in your endeavours.  May the blessings of Almighty be with you always.

Jai Hind

 

BRIEF OF ARMY WIVES WELFARE ASSOCIATION,
EASTERN COMMAND


AIM

The aim of AWWA, Eastern Command has been to support and multiply official welfare efforts within the Army.  AWWA Eastern Command aims primarily on empowering the Station Army wives, as well as welfare of families, children and widows of serving and retired personnel of the Army in Command Zone.

 

KEY RESULT AREAS

    The thrust of AWWA, Eastern Command is in the following key result areas:-

•  Regular interaction between families of officers, JCOs and OR to inculcate a feeling of belonging and oneness.
•  Awareness of rights and privileges of ladies and children.
•  Vocational training for the families to make them self reliant.
•  Care of differently-abled children.
•  Supervision and watch on healthcare of wives and children of serving soldiers/    ex-servicemen.
•  Efforts to achieve quality education at pre-primary, primary and secondary school level.
•  Improvement in quality of everyday life of families by increasing awareness of healthy and purposeful activities and securing all possible amenities.
•  Care of Veer Naris and their children by constant interaction and feedback.

 

ENLARGED OBJECTIVES AND ASPIRATIONS

• Furtherance of conventional education, vocational education and introduction of computer education for families.
• Enhance scope of Asha Schools to develop differently-abled children to make them self reliant by imparting vocational training.
• Resolve marital discord cases amicably and obtain justice without delay to ensure marital harmony and sustainability of broken families.
• Develop self-confidence amongst Army wives and children befitting the  socio-economic scenario and improve their living conditions.
• Increase awareness about safety and security of women including the girl child in the present social environment.
• Comprehensive health care including early intervention for physically/ mentally challenged children.
• To promote the girl child in the field of education, extracurricular activities and personality development.

 

AWWA CELL

AWWA Eastern Command comprises the following appointments:-

 

Secretariat
Regional President AWWA
Regional Vice President AWWA
Co-ordinator
Asst Co-ordinator
Welfare Officer

 

Chairpersons AWWA HQ Eastern Command
VTC
FAFA
 Asha School
MES Grievance Cell
Marital Discord & Counselling
Driving School
Patient Welfare
Muskaan
Hobby Centre
Central  Seminars/ Lectures
Married Accommodation
Suvidha
Welfare Meet Venue & Creche
Secretary Ladies Club


Contact Details:

Eastern

Command

033-22489142

 

awwaec@gmail.com

Eastern Command