Striving For A Better Society
Sukarya, is a non-governmental organization working since 1998 on issues of Maternal and Child Health (postnatal and prenatal services, promotion of institutional deliveries, safe motherhood, breastfeeding and spacing for pregnancies), nutritional awareness & care, Primary Health Care, Economic Empowerment for Women through SHGs, Non Formal Education for slum children, and other integrated and comprehensive approaches for rural development in Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan.
To make all the interventions sustainable, Sukarya works in close co-ordination with the community members, Village Health Committees, panchayats (village heads), women and men at the grassroots‚Äì from planning to implementation. Community health workers work in tandem with professional and medical team to build awareness and ensure that timely interventions are provided to people who need them the most. Our Outreach at present covers 90 Urban slums and 413 villages and the major areas of work are as follows:
Maternal Child Health Care and Nutrition
Women Empowerment and Livelihood
Education for Peri-urban Slum/Street Children
Integrated Rural Development Program
Empowering & protecting adolescent girls living in the slums
1.Maternal Child Health & Nutrition [MCHN]:Under MCHN we are successfully providing the curative and preventive services to 50,000 mothers and children on yearly basis.
2. Adolscent Reproductive and Sexual Health [ARSH]: Under ARSH each year 300 slum girls are registered and receive one year comprehensive training on ARSH and Family life education.
3. Education on Wheels [EOW] for Slum Children: Each year 300 children are enrolled and get education through EOW program.
4. Vocational Computer Education for rural youths: Each year 160 rural youths are enrolled at vocation training centers across villages and get Computer course certificates through NIIT. Till last batch 140 rural youths have cleared exam and acquired Computer CCIB course from NIIT.
5. Women Empowerment & Livelihood: 200 rural women are engaged through Self Help Group [SHGs] and Livelihood program. Target was to engage around 500 women.
6. Community empowerment and Capacity Building of PRIs [Panchayat Raj Institution]: As per set target 20 PRIs members from villages have received regular training and capacity building sessions on community development and information about various government programs and provisions for village development.
7. Awareness Programmes: Around 15000 populations from villages have covered through community sensitization campaign on issues like health, education, sanitation, girl child and environment etc.
Near Paras Hospital Gurugram,
Gurgaon, Haryana 122001