Shikshan Ane Samaj Kalyan Kendra was started by group of enthusiastic young volunteers in 1980. Migration is a prevalent issue in India which leads to lack of better employment opportunities. The organization works towards providing alternative choices of livelihood to migrants for an improved standard of living, especially for women.
Programs: i) The NGO has enabled women with employment opportunities and equal pay rights. Workshops on Gender Sensitization is organized in schools of Amreli, Gujarat. ii) Training & Education: Learning and Migration Program (LAMP) is supported by the American India Foundation for children with a risk of potential migration. iii) Health: Many workshops and sessions AIDS/HIV, Tuberculosis and Leprosy are carried out in schools of Amreli, Gujarat. iv) For agricultural growth, innovative scientific farming is taught by the NGO to farmers of the remote areas of Amreli, Gujarat.
Outcome: 1,833 children participated in the Gender Sensitization awareness workshop. 12,000 farmers were supported for agricultural growth. 75 school sessions were organized for awareness of importance of healthcare and hygiene.
Income Rs1 cr
Expense Rs1 cr
Source : Audit Report 2018
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