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Inclusive Education

Akshya Pratisthan is one of the prime institutions in New Delhi that provides inclusive education and caters to children with learning disabilities and challenges. Equal opportunities and “education for all” has been deeply enshrined as the guiding principle of this organization. The school provides a platform for children with physical and mental challenges and simultaneously caters to economically underprivileged children.
For the third consecutive year Samatvam Trust has financially supported the activities of Akshya Pratisthan.

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The Ashram for the Homeless

Antyodoy Anath Ashram runs an orphanage for abandoned and destitute children since 1995 at Paunsi, a remote village in Purba Medinipur district of West Bengal, India. This Ashram provides holistic development of the child through loving care in a homely atmosphere with adequate nutrition, healthy social interaction and educates the children till they are old and mature enough to venture out independently. Antyodoy Anath Ashram’s support is designed to give people the means to provide for their own welfare for the rest of their lives.
Samatvam Trust has contributed to the nutritional program of the Ashram for the third consecutive year.

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No Child Left Behind

V-Excel Educational Trust, a registered Public Charitable Trust, based in Chennai was set up to promote the social inclusion and societal participation of individuals with intellectual and cognitive deficits, through an umbrella of resources and services. The primary benefit of achieving this goal is the promotion of social inclusion through the development of equal opportunities and resources between people with and without disabilities.
Samatvam Trust has financially supported the activities of this organization

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Health and Technical Education support in Noida

Samatvam Trust has provided two desktop computers to Mohan Singh Memorial School in Sector 45, Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

A health and hygiene camp for women was organised in Sector-45, Noida, UP with the primary goal of enhancing women’s overall well-being within the community. As part of the outreach program, Samatvam Trust distributed kits containing sanitary napkins and health supplements to 30 women from marginalized groups.

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Driving Access to Education: A Collaborative Effort

The Government Higher Secondary School, Sreemadurai is a co-educational school with a strength of 434 children. Currently 21% of the children are from the tribal community. The lack of transport facility was the main deterrent for children to attend school. Most of the students found it challenging to be regular to school, especially during adverse weather conditions or when the public transportation services were unavailable. Samatvam Trust collaborated with Microland Foundation and United Way of Chennai, to provide a fully functional school bus to the school.

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Child Centric Education

Vidya & Child is a project managed by Jayaprakash Narayan Memorial Trust registered as a public Charitable Trust in New Delhi. Vidya & Child provides integrated education for holistic development to first generation learners and supports children from marginalized communities through their education life cycle. Vidya & Child has established a model of engagement to ensure that each child completes school education, is skill enabled through professional or vocational education. This organization started in 1998 with 2 children and now works with over 1700 children across 4 locations in Delhi/NCR through its school programme and after school support centres. There are over 600 children who have been mainstreamed into formal schools and close to 300 children have finished Class XII and are all pursuing higher studies.

Samatvam Trust has made a financial contribution of Rs. 5 lakhs this financial year to support the activities of Vidya & Child at their centre at Barola, Uttar Pradesh.

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Lead Kindly Light

Paschim Andha Aloke Samity was founded in 1961 by the visually challenged people of rural West Bengal with the mission of educating the visually challenged girls and boys from economically weaker backgrounds, so that they can live their lives with dignity. Samatvam Trust has contributed a sum of Rs. 8.5 lakhs towards the construction of a hostel for the visually challenged women.

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Making Women Capable

Head Held High Foundation (HHHF) is an organization that works for the eradication of poverty. They work towards empowering the underprivileged groups by creating access to sustainable livelihood opportunities and creating a safe space for them to work, grow and become financially independent.

Make India Capable (MIC), is a core initiative of HHH that transforms the lives of poor and illiterate villagers and makes them capable for work, entrepreneurship, and further education. In 6-8 months rural women with little or no access to schooling are equipped with skills which gives them confidence and opens-up village level economic opportunities. The idea is to take employment to them (instead of the other way around).

Samatvam Trust provided financial assistance to the tune of Rs 6 lakhs to empower 26 women from Shravasti district, Uttar Pradesh through skilling and livelihood opportunities.

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