AQL was launched at the House of Lords in 1999 with the mission of the promotion of human dignity and quality of life by developing core human values for a healthy civil society through local, national and international projects.
Our work alleviates poverty, works in education and health, creates environmental awareness and provides training for effective delivery of projects leading to self-sufficiency, supports the welfare economically disadvantaged and rehabilitation of physically handicapped and rehabilitation of mentally handicapped people.
What we have achieved already:
- Rural development project in Eastern Bihar, India: helping the community to lift themselves from poverty
- Rehabilitation of physically handicapped by providing free prosthesis and social support by partnering with the Jaipur Limb for New Mobility and Livelihood
- Rehabilitation of mentally handicapped by education, vocational training and prevention by supporting Society for the Mentally Retarted – Hope and Vision
We have also created ‘Health and Wellbeing’ group to benefit Jain and wider community through delivery of health issue workshops and prevention and management of obesity, heart disease, diabetes, hyper tension and musculo-skelatal diseases as well as management of mental illness and alleviates of loneliness.
Provision of advocacy services by researching and providing information about Public/Statutory Services such as NHS services, local authorities and governmental services.