Our Work

Why to Provide Education ?
India struggles with the problem of illiteracy; the literacy rate in our country stands at 74.04%.
The importance of education cannot be overestimated, as it is the key to a bright and successful future. Every child, no matter who they are or where they come from, deserves access to education.

What we do ?
Over the years, we have faced a multitude of issues but undeterred,we have devised several solutions that help us continue sharing the gift of education with underprivileged children. We run programmes to support the education of the most disadvantaged children in several ways.
What is Women Empowerment? Based on the assumptions that women differ from men in their social positions and that those differences consist of asymmetric, unequal power relations between the genders, “women’s empowerment” refers to the process of increasing women’s access to control over the strategic life choices that affect them and access to the opportunities that allow them fully to realize their capacities.

How we Help?
  • Education on maternal health, and safe child birth
  • Training in livelihood skills
  • Microfinance for small businesses, through SHGs (Self Help Group)
  • Free legal aid and guidance for victims of abuse (sexual harassment, acid attack, child marriage, dowry harassment)
  • Shelter for victims of domestic violence and abuse of any kind
Orphans ? There are children in India who were born to some parents but are now left alone to fend for themselves.While there are several means to support them, one of the most trusted ways is to get associated with an NGO. Your donation for orphans through an NGO will ensure that the children are not shunted out to brave the streets without any help or support.

What we Provide :
  • Nutritious meals
  • Education
  • Clothes, blankets, toiletries and other personal necessities
  • Free Medical aid

Children have a right to be heard and their opinions considered by the adults around them. Every child should have the agency to speak out and/or act on the issues that affect them. It’s not only important for their mental and emotional development but also fosters a high degree of self esteem and self belief.

We believe that all children have the potential to be agents of change and the ability to hold dialogue on the things that matter to them.

Saraswati Sewa Sansthan’s child participation programs focus on building children’s collectives as peer support groups and engaging with the children to build their awareness on child rights issues.

All children are vulnerable to neglect, violence and abuse but marginalization further compounds such vulnerability. Exposure to unsafe environments can negatively impact the physical, emotional, mental and social development of the child and the damage is often permanent.

We believe that building a safe environment for all children, till the age of 21 years, is critical to protect them from abuse and exploitation.

Proper nutrition and quality primary healthcare are essential for a child’s physical, mental and cognitive development. Timely, regular and adequate intake of essential nutrition is necessary from the time of conception itself to avoid long-term and in some cases, irreversible damage to the child’s health.

We believe that no child should suffer from malnutrition or poor health irrespective of their socio-economic background.

Our health and nutrition programs adopt a preventative and a responsive approach towards reducing malnourishment as well as India’s infant mortality rate (IMR), child mortality rate (CMR) and maternal mortality rate (MMR).

Why Children?

Children are the building blocks of our nation’s future. Let’s invest in their potential today, so that they can become our scientists, politicians, sportspeople, journalists and teachers of tomorrow!

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