OUR success stories

♦ During the period of 1996 when Computer Education was too expensive, we started various computer courses for youths.The course viz. C. C. O. which was then converted in to C. C. I. T. recognised by Maharashtra State Board of Vocational Education, Mumbai. As such, the organisation offered some other courses in Tailoring and Fashion Designing which were too recognised by Maharashtra State Board of Vocational Education Board, Mumbai.

♦ Under the scheme-TRYSEM granted by PanchayatSamiti, Ambarnath, youths of Scheduled Tribe category were facilitated by Govt.recognised computer education course.

♦ The Ulhasnagar Municipal Corporation financed the scheme viz. Suvarna Jayanti Shahari Rojgar Yojana for giving vocational education in Beauty Parlour and Computer to women of ‘Below Poverty Line’.

♦ Conducted seminars for SC/ST beneficiaries under sponsorship of Central Workers’ Education Board, Ministry of Labour &Employment and provided guidance to workers.

♦ Provided guidance to the girls/women to establish their self profession/business.

♦ Helped the women to resolve their issues relating to their family problems.

♦ Running RNTCP project of Akshaya (TB) underthe partnership of CHAI (Catholic Health Association of India), Hyderabad.

♦ Working on awareness of tobacco control.


Elimination of Child Labour

The child labourers were provided with basic education and were brought under process of higher education in regular schools.

Akshay Project-Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP), Advocacy Communication and Social Mobilisation (ACSM)

After the programmes, identified patients were sent to DOTs centers for better treatment and nutrition.

Women Entrepreneurship Development

After completion of various workshops, the women girls started their own professions.

Women Empowerment Through Workshops

After completion of the workshop, women/girls started their small entrepreneurship and started to earn income for family.

Women Empowerment Through Nursing Education

After completion of nursing course the girls/women trained got jobs in various hospitals.

OUR REPORTS

1. Awareness was provided to the public on World TB day. The report of celebrating the World TB Day in Marathi is compiled HERE