Samaj Vikas Sanstha as an organization is not an exception; it went through these changes and evolved into a big and mature organization.
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Since 1995, Samaj Vikas Sanstha has been passing through many phases of its growth and development in response to the challenges and issues. Each phase has involved a simultaneous process of reaffirming the founding vision of SVS: “Creating livelihood opportunities, striving for equal rights of women, children, landless Dalits, Tribals and weaker sections of the society in the development process”. Beginning with organizing women through SHG’s in 3 villages of Omerga Taluka, the developmental interventions of the SVS has now expanded over 100 villages of 4 Talukas in two districts (Osmanabad and Latur) of Maharashtra.
Why we should CARE
- Our Objective
To initiate economic development programmes for Tribals, deserted women, sex workers, unemployed youths and to impart basic education for their children.
- To bring positive changes in socio-economic and educational conditions of Tribals and backward castes.
- Organization of women through micro-credit groups, entrepreneurship development of women, etc.
- Promotion of non formal education, adult literacy reading rooms in villages etc.
Awareness creation on social issues through street plays and other mediums.
- Promotion of agriculture, clean environment and economic development.
- Rehabilitation of orphans, blind, handicapped and aged persons.
- To provide relief for people affected by natural Calamities.
- To set up Health Centres, Sports Club and Gym etc.
Established in 1996
Samaj Vikas Sanstha (SVS), pursues the ideals of sustainable development for the benefit of local communities in Omerga, Lohara, Kallam, Tuljapur talukas in Osmanabad district and Nilanga taluka in Latur district of Maharashtra State, irrespective of caste, creed, religion and ethnicity.
It started its activities in a very limited way by working in 3 villages of Osmanabad District, Maharashtra State, in 1999. Encouraged by the support and the demand of the people, the activities of the organization spread, and today it works in 65 villages, apart from Omerga city.
The samaj Vikas Sanstha is the largest membership organization of professional social workers in Maharashtra
HOW YOU CAN YOU HELP
An Social Organisation You Can Trust
Samaj Vikas Sanstha’s close encounter with the local communities for the past 10 years has given it a lot of insights into the basic problems of the people. This has prompted it to expand its activities into several spheres of the developmental services to achieve its vision on a larger scale – the vision of dynamic and vibrant village communities.
All donations will go to support 3 main problems: food, education, health. Our project is working with troubled kids in Africa more than 5 years and we’ve achieved great successes.
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Achievement in Social Work
SVS has formed around 1850 SHGs in 2 districts of Maharashtra. Around 3200 members are being empowered and becoming self dependent. Total grant received for these SHGs is around 4 Crores. Total Credit received by these SHGs is around 5.25 Crores. Around 1500 members developed their small and medium enterprises. One of these SHGs (Agjappa Mahila Bachat Ghat) was awarded as best SHG of NABARD of the year 2005 by Hon. P. Chidambaram (former Finance Minister GOI).