Women Development Corporation, Bihar



Women Development Corporation, Bihar was established on November 28, 1991.


To build the capacity of poor and disadvantaged women to create their own institutions so that they are able to break down social, economic, cultural and psychological barriers and thereby become empowered citizens; to reach out to all the poor families in 38 districts of Bihar with focus on SC/ST, physically handicapped and destitute women for social, economical and political empowerment; to create or reorient democratic economic and social processes and institutions to enable poor women to participate fully and actively in decision making in the family and community and at local district, state and national levels; to advocate changes in government policies and programs in favor of disadvantaged women; and to empower and sensitize the community in order to bridge the gap of gender inequality and ensure the human rights


Improve the quality of life of poor and disadvantaged women and adolescents in the state of Bihar

  • Contact Information:
  • 2nd Floor, Indira Bhawan, R.C.Singh Path, Bailey Road
  • Patna, Bihar
  • India
  • Active In: India
  • Forms of Abolition: 
  • Awareness, Policy Making
  • Forms of Slavery: 
  • Forced Labor