Mission of IRCCWA

IRCCWA IS committed to provide social welfare Services for needy and deserving people of the society, we also have mission to provide medical and psychological support and treatment free of cost for deserving patients reaching IRCCWA. Dedicated and motivated team of multidisciplinary professionals follow the NGOs mission to facilitate deprived clients irrespective of race, religion and ethnic belonging. Mission of our NGO is always evolving in accordance with client’s therapeutic needs. May ALLAH ALMIGHT help us in our mission.

Vision of IRCCWA

Vision of IRCCWA is to help clients who need medical and psychological support to fulfil their health issues. Similarly our NGO will be in forefront in delivering free of cost neuropsychological services to poor and under privileged people attending our Centre. Vision of IRCCWA will be effective and goal directed collaboration with other NGOs operating in medical and psychological domains. Our Funding and donations will be collected legally and its utilization for social welfare services for underprivileged will be transparent as possible.

Philosophy of IRCCWA

The overall philosophy of IRCCWA is derived from Muslims Physician Ibn Sina and Muslim Healer Rufaidah, who devoted their life for CURE and CARE. Ibn Sina was Persian polymath who is regarded as one of the most significant physician, astronomer, thinker and writer of Islamic Golden age and given title of father of early Modern medicine. Rufaidah Al-Aslamia, was an Islamic medical and social worker and was first Muslim female nurse and female surgeon in Islam. IRCCWA will follow both philanthropists philosophy for our clients.

Aims & Objectives of “Ibn Sina and Rufaidah Cure and Care Welfare Association” (IRCCWA)


1. Total Family Health Care services,
2. Neurological evaluation and treatment
3. Psychological assessment facilities.
4. Community health nursing services,
5. Family Planning & Consanguinity services
6. Psychiatric disorders evaluation services,
7. Physical & Mental Rehabilitation facilities,
8. Physical therapy & Occupational therapy rehabilitation services.
9. Speech & language Therapy with provision Hearing aids to needy clients.
10. Special Education placement assessment & educational placement facilities
11. Public Awareness & Health Education facilities sessions.
12. General Practitioner teaching and learning seminars.
13. Outreach projects and Medical & mental Health free camps.
14. Medical and Neuropsychological seminars / Workshops.
15. Substance abuse and drugs addiction rehabilitation.
16. Alcohol and Ethanol addiction management.
17. Spirituality and religious healings facilitation.
18. Healthy environment & pollution control strategies
19. Human friendly ecosystem for healthy lifestyle.
20. Legal Aid provision by qualified lawyers to innocent needy victims.
21. Medical & Psychological support to in jails / prisons.
22. Virtual / online sessions and invited talks by experts in all domains of NGO

The six dimensions of wellness addressed:


Physical health represents one dimension of total well-being. The term refers to the state of your physical body and how well it’s operating. The Health and Physical Development domain focuses on children’s physical growth, motor development, sound nutritional choices, self-care, and health and safety practices. Healthy children who are able to move and play are ready to learn more effectively in all domains.


Social health can be defined as our ability to interact and form meaningful relationships with others. It also relates to how comfortably we can adapt in social situations. Social relationships have an impact on our mental health, physical health and mortality risk. Over the years, sociologists have created a link between social relationships and health outcomes. Studies are showing that social relationships both quality and quantity are having short and long-term effects on our health. 


Mental health refers to cognitive, behavioral, and emotional well-being. It is all about how people think, feel, and behave. People sometimes use the term “mental health” to mean the absence of a mental disorder. Mental health can affect daily living, relationships, and physical health. However, this link also works in the other direction. Factors in people’s lives, interpersonal connections, and physical factors can all contribute to mental health disruptions. Looking after mental health can preserve a person’s ability to enjoy life. Doing this involves reaching a balance between life activities, responsibilities, and efforts to achieve psychological resilience.


Emotional health is a person’s ability to accept and manage feelings through challenge and change. Someone who is emotionally healthy can allow their emotions to be digestible. The mundane hassles of daily life offer opportunities to practice responses, rather than reactions to allow emotional health to flourish. Emotional health includes both emotional intelligence and emotional regulation. When the subjective experience of emotions is appropriate over a sustained period, emotional health is thought to be present. Positive affect will be apparent in mundane, daily activities.


“Spiritual health means to move toward God”. Believing in the meaning and spirituality, and absence of spiritual ailments such as hopelessness and lack of love, happiness, and forgiveness and common sense experiences in one’s interactions with others. One participant said, “The minimum level of spiritual health means that an individual does not suffer from spiritual ailments and has embraced spirituality”.


Water pollution truly harms biodiversity and aquatic ecosystems. The toxic chemicals can change the color of water and increase the amount of minerals – also known as eutrophication – which has a bad impact on life in water. Thermal pollution, defined by a rise in the temperature of water bodies, contributes to global warming and causes serious hazard to water organisms.

Exposure to nature not only makes you feel better emotionally, it contributes to your physical wellbeing, reducing blood pressure, heart rate, muscle tension, and the production of stress hormones. The stress of an unpleasant environment can cause you to feel anxious, or sad, or helpless. This in turn elevates your blood pressure, heart rate, and A pleasing environment reverses that.