SAHASH started in 2006 as small organization in a village Munshiganj with a vocational centre for women and girls. SAHASH is dedicated to the betterment of society and works for the educational and cultural development of the poor and backward communities with special focus on women, children and farmers.
Programs: i) Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation- SAHASH organizes awareness camps on the importance of drinking safe water, utilization of toilets and the various diseases that occur if people defecate in the fields. ii) Sports & Cultural- On National Youth Day, sports tournaments are organized and regular comprehensive sports training is provided to poor youth. iii) Health and Family Welfare- Awareness campaigns are organized about the symptoms, sources and prevention of diseases such as Tuberculosis, Leprosy, HIV/AIDS, Cancer, Polio, Dengue, etc. and anti-tobacco and anti-drug campaigns for the rural people. iv) Legal Awareness- SAHASH organizes camps to empower people about their human rights and with particular focus on women.
Other activities include Environmental Awareness, Agricultural Development and Educational Programs.
Outcome: In 2018-19, 800 farmers received self-employment training, 400 children from rural areas benefited from educational support, 300 girls accessed vocational training and 200 women obtained sustainable income through employment.
Expense Rs1 lac
Source : Audit Report 2019
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