SVS Social Service Organizations Annual Report 2016-2017
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Introduction: On 28th November 2016, Samaj Vikas Sanstha (SVS) completed 21 years of its existence. In these past 21 years, it had been through many phases of growth and development in response to contemporary challenges and issues. Samaj Vikas Sanstha (SVS), pursues the ideals of sustainable development for the benefit of local communities, backward people and mainly focusing on rural development in Omerga, Lohara, Kallam, Tuljapurtalukas of Osmanabad district and Nilanga taluka of Latur district of Maharashtra. Samaj Vikas Sanstha is actively involved in the development of Lamanis, tribals and other backward sections in and around Omerga. Each phase has involved a simultaneous process of reaffirming the founding vision of SVS “Creating Livelihood opportunities, striving for equal rights and participation of women, children, landless dalits, tribals and weaker sections of the society in the development process.”
Through its strategic planning and interventions SVS has evolved to be mature organization which works towards sustained impact in the area livelihood, gender issues and women empowerment. SVS had witnessed many challenges and learnt in the process to circumvent all these with relentless efforts of it’s team. SVS’s interventions have been seen length and breadth of these issues. We have reached out to more than 110 villages of 4 talukas in two districts (Osmanabad and Latur). During year2016-17 the developmental interventions/programms SVS executed scores of interventions relate to issues it is working on namely formation and strengthening of Self help groups(SHG’s), Income generation trainings, promotion of women’s leadership, socio-economic development of people with drought, provision of safe portable water in drought area, distribution of grains, stationary, cloths, school bags, instrumentsrequired for farming, Vatsalya Centre for orphan and one parent children and the initiatives on “liberating women from violence”. Starting with a report on this new outreach program of the organization (Liberating women from violence), this annual report provides a glimpse on the activities/programs/interventions by the organization during the year and some of its outputs/impacts
1. “Vatsalya” – a centrefor orphan and one parent children: Vatsalya started in 2006 with 10 students. Later within one year, 25 children were admitted in Vatsalya. In year 2016-17 there were total 25 children present. Vatslaya houses totally orphans who don’t have parents. Vatsalya is well equipped with three storied building, facilitating with 30 beds, 8 computers, a multipurpose hall, LCD projector, water filter and the solar water heater, good library facility, all playinginstruments like zula, bicycle etc. Vatsalya believes in the democratic functioning. In order to inculcate these values amongst the children we have formed various committees of children living in Vatslaya. The committees such as Cleanliness/ hygiene, health, defense, education, home ministry, cultural committees etc are formed so as to give a learning experience of managing Vatsalya. Vatsalya also takes care of the hobbies and interests of children. We have provisioned a library to which the children have free access. 4 children are pursuing music and instrument learning classes and 20 children are learning computer and typing. 3 boys and 9 girls can ride bicycle very well. 4 Students also have completed MS-CIT course this year.
- The agency named ‘Goonj’ had provided many needful instruments to vatsalya.
- SVSS have contributed some amount of money and the needful things for children of Vatsalya.
2. Campaign against violence against women: This is the seven consecutive year of our struggle to bring about equality, reduce the gender based discrimination, and eliminate gender based violence. The multi pronged approach to this vision is through preventive and case based intervention by providing legal aid, support, prevention and eradication of all types of violence against women. We have reached out in 100 villages from four blocks of two districts. We have appointed 400 Gram Savitries (Women animators) in these 100 villages under intervention. Gram Savitries playing vital role in providing support to victims of violence from their respective villages. The gram savitries engage Tanta MuktSamiti (Conflict resolution committees) at village level, block level committees and police stations to assist the victims in securing protection against violence and secure justice. Petty quarrels and conflicts at village level are being handled by the samiti members in the village itself. 250 Gram Savitri’s has got primary membership in the village Tanta MuktaSamiti in 100 villages. 72 cases at the village level were resolved by the Gram Savitiri. Efforts were made to solve 184 Cases from 4 different districts by the samiti members.
Domestic violence cases handled by SVS
3. Organization of women and Formation of self Help groups ( SHGs) To realize the goals of economic and political empowerment of women through SHGs, we have formed831 SHGs and 76 federations in four blocks of two districts in this year. 45 groups have availed a loan of 21 lakhs 23 thousand from the banks in this year. Some of the enterprises include spice grinding mills, flour mill, Bakery and confectionaries, salons, mobile repairing, sari waving etc. We have better representation of women from Gram panchayat to District Level. We also initiated the campaign to name the house under joint ownership of Husband and wife. Before that it was only on husband’s names. Many of our women are quite confident and also live life with dignity. 112 village committee had stated to support SHGs. Also training to 120 women had provided for record writing, linkage etc.
4. Skill development program:
Skill development for women had started by Samaj vikas Sanstha in collaboration of Axis Bank Foundation to make women independent financially. This was a need of women to get employability. So various course training had given to women. Following training is provided in A.Y 2016-17.
a) Beauty parlor training in Omerga Taluka: Beauty parlor training had conducted in Omerga Taluka. In this training program 19 women from 13 SHGs group and 14 village had participated. Hair styles, facial, threading, sari and dressing, beauty tips, bridal make up, Mehendi, Hair cut etc. this topic had taught to them. Training had provided by Mrs. Sujata Kankariya.
b) Beauty parlor training in Lohara Taluka: The beauty parlor training had conducted in Lohara Taluka from 11 village and 7 SHGs group. 13 women had participated in this training program. Hair styles, facial, threading, sari and dressing, beauty tips, bridal make up, Mehendi, Hair cut etc. this topic had taught to them. Training is given by Mrs. Jayashree Purane.
g course in Omerga Taluka: The fashion design tailoring course had conducted in Omerga Taluka. 15 women were participated in this tailoring course. Panjabi dress, chudidar, Patiyala, katori blouse, princess blouse, petticoat, etc. had taught in this tailoring course. Training was provided by Mrs. Chhya Jadhav.
d) Tailoring course in Nilanka Taluka: The fashion design tailoring course had conducted in Nilanka Taluka. 20 women were participated in this tailoring course from 4 village and 6 SHGs Various dresses type like Panjabi dress, chudidar, Patiyala, katori blouse, princess blouse, petticoat, etc. had taught in this tailoring course. Training was provided by Mrs. Vaisshali Dudhbhate.
e) Ornament training program:
Ornament training program conducted in Omerga Taluka. 17 women participated in this program from 9 village and13 SHGs. Topics like preparation of ear rings, stud, necklace, chain, bangles, Bajuband, waistband, purl design, etc. were taught in this training program.
5. Drought relief intervention:
|1||Water Distribution||In this, water was distributed in 5 villages through tanker. Through 5 tankers, approximately 2830000 liters of drinking water was supplied. An honest attempt was made to solve the problem of drinking water of 7589 people.|
|2||Removing slit||In HipparagaSayyad, dam slit removal program was conducted. This slit was used to distribute among 10 families of local farmers through local contribution program. A total 1729 tippers of slit was distributed. As a result of this, a good change was observed in crops of farmers as well as quality of soil was improved naturally.|
|3||Silt removing from well||In this program, slit removal of 3 wells was done by Samaj Vikas Sanstha. 6800 people were benefited by this program. This slit was used by local farmers to spread in their farm. As a result, quality of land soil was improved.|
|4||Silt removing from canal||In this program, slit removal of canal was done in Malegaon and Pandhari village. As a result of this program 80 to 100 people were benefited.|
|5||Plant watering program||In this program, attempt was made to water maximum number of plants. As a result 1500 plants are alive today, which is helping in minimizing air pollution.|
|6||Provision of drinking water||Provision of drinking water was made to the people in Hipparaga by repairingbroken taps. As a result, efforts of local women was minimized who were bringing water from remote places. Also, water was made available to cattles of farmers.|