How Individual Runner can run for Sukarya in Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2013

10 Nov

This is a presentation on how an individual can run the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2013 and raise money for Sukarya. The various options are IPledge, Dream Maker, Dream Challenger. THis also shows how Sukarya has used the money raised through the previous marathons.

Celebrating 15 Years

11 Oct
Ms. Meera Satpathy Chairperson of Sukarya says:
Standing against all odds and crossing all hurdles, Sukarya proceeded towards giving benefits to hundreds of families of Haryana and Delhi and hence contributing to the growth of the nation. Hundreds of men, women, adolescents, and youngsters of these villages agreed, accepted and supported our cause.
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Someone became a beautician, someone became an entrepreneur, someone learned to speak her mind; someone learnt to come out of the house and sell spices; someone took a decision for her next pregnancy; someone learnt she is the focal point of her house, because she is aware about polio drops, iron tablets, health salts, anaemia, local PHCs, green vegetables, to visit Sehat centres and someone became an ASHA worker; someone got convinced about nutrition and thought without spending a penny could get the benefit at home. So in a nutshell in the last few years many women became decision makers in our intervened areas.
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I strongly support and agree what Kofi Annan said: “When women thrive, all of society benefits, and succeeding generations are given a better start in life.”
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Joy of Giving Week Poster

20 Sep

Joy of Giving Week Poster

How individuals can support Sukarya in the Joy of Giving Week

20 Sep

This is a presentation of what individuals can do for Sukarya in the Joy of Giving week October 2-8 . The Joy of Giving Week is India’s “Festival of Giving”! Launched in 2009, the festival is celebrated every year, in the week including Gandhi Jayanti, i.e., October 2-8, and brings together Indians from all walks of life, to celebrate “giving”. After all, a little help from you can make a big difference in the life of someone else and Happiness doesn’t always result from what we get, but from what we give.

 

 

COME BE PART OF JOY OF GIVING WEEK THAT BRINGS INDIA TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE JOY IN THE ACT OF GIVING!

9 Aug

The Joy of Giving Week is India’s “Festival of Giving”! Launched in 2009, the festival is celebrated every year, in the week including Gandhi Jayanti, i.e., October 2-8, and brings together Indians from all walks of life, to celebrate “giving”. The Joy of Giving Week is celebrated every year, engaging people through acts of giving their money, time, resources and skills. Every year thousands of corporates, schools, colleges, housing societies, clubs and individuals come forward to participate in this event and build resources for organizations working for different social causes.

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COME BE PART OF AN EVENT THAT BRINGS INDIA TOGETHER TO CELEBRATE JOY IN THE ACT OF GIVING!

Inviting people to come forward and support Sukarya during this week. For more information contact Shipra Shukla Mob: +91-9999918517, +91-9910248487, Email: sukarya@sukarya.org 

Many events have already been planned across India for JGW2013! So what are you waiting for? Get together with your colleagues and friends, and figure out what you will do this JGW! Share your ideas and plans.

 

Provision of Basic Health Care Programme Presentation

28 Jun

This presentation gives a brief about Sukarya’s core programme – Provision of Basic Health Care. It gives primary goal and strategy/approach adopted for this programme. The presentation also lists key projects done by Sukarya in this area like Swasthya Kendra (Primary Health Centre), Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation centre, Mobile Diagnostic Clinic, School Health Programme for NGO run schools, health camps, work in slums of Gurgaon.

Maternal and Child Health Programme Presentation

9 May

Maternal and Child Health is a core area of Sukarya’s work. Focuses on women and children as many women do not access healthcare even during childbirth. Through this program we reach millions of women, girls and children living in some of the most backward and underserved areas with easy to access and culturally relevant maternal and reproductive health services.

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