Health & Social Development Research Centre (HSDRC) is a non-profit, non-political, non-religious and non-governmental organisation, registered as a Society under the ‘Registration of Societies Act 1958, Government of Rajasthan’.

HSDRC has been functioning since September 13, 1993 in Rajasthan (India). Located in Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan, HSDRC carries out direct interventions in Jaipur district but caters to all of Rajasthan as a resource agency for networking with other NGOs, undertaking consultancies for conducting studies or evaluation and organising short-term training programmes.

Broadly, the strategies adopted by HSDRC include:

  • Advocacy
  • Direct Interventions
  • Training & Development
  • Studies, Evaluation & Research
  • Consultancies

Similarly, the nature of activities largely covers the areas of:

  • Health
  • Women empowerment
  • Livelihood
  • Learning for development

The strategies adopted by HSDRC include

  • Advocacy
  • Direct Interventions
  • Training & Development
  • Studies, Evaluation & Research
  • Consultancies
• Health
• Women empowerment
• Livelihood
• Learning for development
Going Green Project
IGNOU Special Study Centre
Developing federation of weavers and artisans; and handholding them for business development and access to entitlements.
To initiate, implement and realise policy intentions in the operational areas of health, inclusion, woman and child development, rural development, agriculture, horticulture, environmental engineering and income generation through activities targeted at children, women, handloom weavers, craftsmen, artisans and physically & mentally challenged persons, among others.
Objectives, HSDRC
To promote, support, provide and guide primary, secondary and tertiary health services through the society’s own outlets or otherwise, To undertake training programmes for strengthening primary health care services and social development activities at grassroots level
Objectives, HSDRC
To undertake scientific research studies in the areas of health and social development, To generate database for the desired nature of services in the areas of health and social development.
Objectives, HSDRC
Promote handloom weaving for home furnishing, kitchen and dining and apparels, Develop business areas for hand block weavers.
Internship opportunities are available in the areas of developing business for weavers and hand block printers.
Volunteering opportunities are available in the areas of developing business for weavers and hand block printers.