• The suggestion to open a computer center at Ma- Dham in Vrindavan was appreciated and  a decision was taken to start the same by linking up with the Guild For Service . The WWA is now exploring the possibility of affiliation with a NIIT for Diploma after the computer training is completed. This programme will be conducted for children of war affected families and Ex- servicemen

  • Another new partnership has developed with ASHA an organization that works for children of army personnel who are special children- physically and mentally challenged.

  • The Buland Shahar Project is about to take off .WWA has been in consultation with the Zila Sainik Board for a programme on nutrition and health with the intension of  empowering jawans’ wives and widows with knowledge regarding nutritious food and how to prepare them with ingredients locally available. The second component of this programme will be to help women to package  and sell pickles and other food items which they will make following guide lines of nutritious diet components.

  • The Pauri Garhwal Project which has been pending for sometime seems now to become a possibility. Our contact person Dr. Kusum Nautiyal has been able to established contact  with the Rajya Sainik Board and an organization run by UPNL to start  a vocational training center for community people in the WWA premises in Pauri Garhwal. We have received a letter to this effect and will now  start the process.

  • have applied for ECOSOC status and now waiting for their final letter accepting WWA as a member. This will open up opportunity in future for WWA members participating in UN events.