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.
In its effort to empower and make women self reliant, Sukarya started grinding, processing and packaging spices and cereals with the help of Rural women of economically and socially backward section, a viable and successful livelihood option.
Healthy Spices and Cereal:
- Processed on traditional hand chakkis retaining oils , aroma & nutritional value
- Pure , unadulterated made out of premium quality of raw material
- Enhance flavor and taste
- Competitive prices
- Cost effective as smaller amounts give equal nutrition due to purity
Our team trains groups of women in producing fresh spices and cereals. We procure the raw material and provide the necessary capital required. A dedicated team keeps a close check on the production process to ensure that the products are being produced under our guidelines to ensure that they are fresh, pure and hygienic.
Available products include Spices (Powder), Mixed Dal, Flours, Dalia, Pickles and chutneys.
Saathi products are healthy and also help to empower Rural women
We do free home delivery within 5 kms from our office in Block E, Sushant Lok Phase I, Gurgaon.
Over the years many individuals, housing societies and employees of corporates have been purchasing our products.
Help us by organizing stalls in your office, housing societies etc.
Shipra Shukla (Co-ordinator Networking and PR)
Mob: +91-9910248487, +91-9999918517, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Women living in slums and villages continue to deliver in their homes and get no medical help through their pregnancy.
People have to travel long distances to treat even a small fever
Small children suffer from anaemia and illness that can be prevented
More than one child dies every minute. Almost 2,500 newborn children die every day. Almost 9,00,000 newborn children die every year in India
Shocking but true. At a time when we boast of the latest medical facilities and equipment available in our cities, they are large number of people living not very far from us, who struggle to access even basic health facilities. Despite the government’s efforts in bringing quality health to all, there remain remote and hard to reach areas where public health facilities do not exist within a close geographical proximity. While private facilities are there, they are often too expensive. The close public health centers are often located at an average distance of 10-15 kms. The wages forgone in reaching these facilities, costs of transport and the possibility of not even finding the doctor when one reached there pushes many people to either suffer in silence or seek treatment from quacks. This is especially true for commonplace illness and conditions that often go unnoticed for a period of time, such as, anemia.
Would you like to help us change this?
You can make a big difference in the lives of the many underprivileged people by forgoing just one day’s pay. We at Sukarya work to improve the health and well being of the underprivileged persons living in the slums and villages of Gurgaon, with a firm focus on women and children. Our approach is two pronged- at one level, we build awareness and empower communities with essential information regarding key health issues and simple ways to live a healthy life. At the second level, we work to strengthen the delivery of key health services, by providing quality services through community health centers, health camps and mobile clinics.
The Joy of Giving Week, held every year, offers citizens like you to come forward and help make a difference. 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.
Be a part of this event and help us reach many underprivileged people with basic health services.
1) Rs. 5000 supports provides 20 slum children with a monthly health check up
2) Rs 12000 supports a one day medical camp for underprivileged people in Haryana
3) Rs 5000 provides free medicines 1 day medical camp in 1 village
4) Rs 20,000 support a community health center which provides basic health services to the underprivileged trice a week.
Your funds will help support our ongoing programmes.
SAVE A LIFE……ALL IT TAKES IS ONE DAYS’S PAY or forgoing one meal out with your friends.
If you are interested in getting involved with the Joy of Giving week, please contact us.
(Co-ordinator Networking and PR)
Mob: +91-9910248487, +91-9999918517
Imagine not being able to go to a doctor for a basic health problem, only because there is no facility in the city you live. Imagine your child being born in the house without any supervised help, because there are no other options. Imagine your mother, wife suffering silently from a problem because she is too overwhelmed to talk about it and does not have any medical help she can access. Now imagine the life of the many underprivileged people living in the slums and villages suffering in silence only because they do not have access to basic opportunities to improve their lives.
Sukarya is registered with Concern India for the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon on 30th September 2012.
Help us change this and reach the many underserved people living in slums and villages with quality health services and support. All you need to do is run in support for our cause in the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon and you can make a big difference.
Every rupee you raise is vital to us.
For any information or help, please feel free to contact me.