Ideal Relief Trust



IRT’s mission is to strive for helping the most backward communities in the country by reducing their miseries through various empowerment and relief projects architected by expert social engineers.


IRT’s vision is (i) to transform the most backward communities in India into significant citizens who will actively participate in the nation-building process, and (ii) to enable them to significantly contribute to the nation’s social, economic, and cultural development.


Value-Based Education
While ‘education’ deals with a broad spectrum of concepts, Ideal Relief Trust specifically focuses on designing and developing infrastructure and platforms for value-based education. For IRT, value-based education is a process of molding students as good human beings who are rightly instilled with moral, spiritual, and personal values.



Affordable & Quality Healthcare
Millions of people in the rural areas and urban slums in India still lack access to affordable quality health facilities. IRT’s health programs and projects will focus on such areas setting up services and facilities there which make access to quality healthcare easy and affordable.


Social Welfare

Relief to the Poor
The number of people living below the poverty line in India decreased by 415 million between 2005-06 and 2019-21, according to new data by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI). However, the data has stated that India still has the world’s highest number of poor at 228.9 million.

Community Development

Empowering the Backward
Empowering the most backward communities who are still deprived of basic needs such as shelter, and water is the aim of IRT’s community development projects. Millions of people in India fall under this backward category. Under community development projects, IRT establishes/supports community centres, constructs low-cost houses, and implements water projects.


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