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ACHIEVEMENTS
 
A. Significant role in bringing about various Legislative Reforms:
Sarda Act – raising the age of marriage for girls
Hindu Code Bill
Devdasi Act
Universal Adult Franchise
Factory and Mines Act
Maternity Benefits Act
   
B. Pioneering institutions founded by AIWC now functioning as autonomous apex bodies
All India Women’s Education Fund Association, founded in 1929 for the cause of education of women (AIWEFA)
In 1932 AIWEFA established Lady Irwin College, New Delhi, India’s first college of Home Sciences for Women.
Family Planning Centre, established in 1937, now the Family Planning Association of India
Save the Children Committee, established in 1943, now the Indian Council for Child Welfare
Cancer Research Institute, established in 1952, now the Cancer Institute, Chennai
The Amrit Kaur Bal Vihar for Mentally Retarded Children, New Delhi, established in 1964, now run by the Delhi Society for the Welfare of Mentally Retarded Children
C. At the international level, AIWC has
Consultative status with the United Nations (ECOSOC)
Affiliated to the International Alliance for Women (IAW)
Member, Pan Pacific South East Asian Women’s Association (PPSEAWA)
Member, of International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE)
Member, Global Water Partnership (GWP)
Member World Renewable Energy Network (WREN)
Observer Status with UNFCCC
 
     
  Mrs Shobhana Ranade. and Dr. Mrs. Sarojini Varadappan reciving Padmavibhushan and Padmabhushan respectively from President Pratibha Patil  
 
       
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