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The Samatvam Trust identifies and finances organizations registered in India whose track record, work ethic, and methods are aligned with the non-denominational and non-discriminatory objectives of the Trust.

Samatvam Trust is privileged to contribute to, and learn from these exemplary organisations working to improve the quality and accessibility of education in India.

Off to School – with the basics

How can each child be encouraged to attend school, with dignity?
For far too many children, some basics are hard to come by. Every child dreams of taking the first step to school with a brightly-coloured schoolbag slung on the back, with all the basics

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Women’s Needs: Making a Beginning!

India tops the list of countries that are said to have the highest mortality rates during delivery. January 19, 2021 Samatvam Trust made a modest beginning. Samatvam got together with SMILE INDIA TRUST to distribute health and hygiene kits to 30 beneficiaries from a slum area in Sector 45, Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

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Dissemination of Educational Material

Samatvam Trust endeavours to reach out to schools to disseminate educational material developed and published by Eklavya. We have made a modest start of reaching out to 25 institutions and donated books to the tune of Rs. 3000 to each of the schools.

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Helping Homeless Children

One day in 1995 in his village of Paunsi, East Medinipur, West Bengal, Balram Jhakar  saw a child desperately searching for food from a garbage bin. He brought the orphan home.

During the last two decades, the journey which started by giving a home to one child, has culminated in what is today the Antyodoy Anath Ashram, which
gives shelter to about 102 orphaned children.

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Equipping the Computer Lab

Monahan Girls’ Higher Secondary School earlier known Wesleyan Girls’ Mission School was founded in 1851 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu by a Methodist Missionary Rev. Dr. Ebenezer E. Jenkins with 28 hostelites and 139 day scholars.

Samatvam Trust has donated 5 Dell Computers with specifications to suit the requirement of the computer science curriculum.

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Building Employability Skills

Samatvam Trust has financially supported Social Research and Upliftment (SRU India) in their project “Building Capacities of 1000 Adolescent Girls on ‘Employability Skills during their Formative Stage of Life’ from 2 Low Resource Districts of India.” The project will be implemented at Banda district of Uttar Pradesh and Kishanganj District of Bihar.

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Science for the people… Science for development

The Tamil Nadu Science Forum (TNSF) is a voluntary organization, (a registered society) committed to science popularization and education.

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Every Child Matters

Akshya Pratisthan is a Delhi based NGO which focuses on providing inclusive education to children. What began in a small tent with just 30 children in the year 1987 is now an institution with 400 children. The aim of this organization is to motivate children and equip them with skills to integrate them into the mainstream society.

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Catch Them Young !

IIF incubated a project which entails training of Anganwadi Workers on how to stimulate and promote motor skills and cognitive development in children aged 3 to 6 years. This program targets children in 30 Anganwadi Centres (AWCs), in Palghar District, which is a predominantly tribal area.

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