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SKILL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING

PROJECT PROPOSAL ON SKILL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING & EMPLOYMENT CREATION AMONG THE YOUTH..

Orphanages

Establishments for the relief and help to the poor, needy and destitute people, orphans, widows and aged persons.

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About Us

is a social service, non-profit making organization formed in 2013 as a Society. SF NGO a well known organisation in the Karimnagar District of Telangana, India. It is a symbol of Rural Development, Education, compassionate response to the living conditions of the disadvantaged population of Telangana, in the absence of basic services of qualitative education and healthcare, adequate employment and food security, effective governance and empowerment, resulting into the low social, economic and political status. The organisation is involved in various socio-economic development programmes such as Child Labour Rehabilitation, Eye Care Services, Income Generating Programmes, Promotion of Self Help Groups and other Community based organizations, People's Institutions, Savings and Credit, Community Based Rehabilitation of the Differently Abled, Safe Drinking Water, Health and Sanitation, Policy Advocacy on Child Rights, Child Sponsorship, Non-Formal and Supplementary Education such as Non- Residential Bridge schools and Bridge Schools and Inclusive Education, HIV/AIDS, establish libraries, old age homes, orphan homes, and etc. SF has a long history of rural development activities, handicraft development activities and science popularization and science communication activities in the state of Telangana. From the last five years FF has been associating with various Government and CSR Organizations and academic Institutions and several others and we have been conducting various skill development workshops for the development of Women, Youth and Weaker sections. We have been conducting several Workshops, Exhibitions and Conferences for the benefit of unemployed man & women.

Our Vision

The SFN organization seeks to build progressive self-reliant rural communities, with a holistic approach, by providing services in the areas of healthcare, environment, sanitation, primary education, adult literacy and skills development

Our Mission

Sahithi Foundation is to empower underprivileged children, youth and women through relevant education, innovative healthcare and market focused livelihood programmes and to create a platform for sustainable rural transformation

Aims and Objectives

  1. Establishment of orphanages and other establishments for the relief and help to the poor, needy and destitute people, orphans, widows and aged persons.
  2. Establishment of old age homes for relief the poor and needy people.
  3. To start, establishment, run take over or manage and maintain schools and to maintain Libraries, and reading rooms.
  4. To provide accommodation, education and look after the orphan girls and boys
  5. To give financial Assistance to the poor children who wanted education and for the achievements of a job.
  6. To provide medical facilities to the baby who was born financially poor family up to three years age and also maintain Hospitality or Hospitals of poor families.
  7. To provide and give free coaching for girls and boys who are financially poor of civil services exams like I.A.S., I.P.S. etc.
  8. To adopt villages where occurred disasters and provide minimum needs for them.
  9. To establish, maintain, and run studentships, scholarships and render other kind of aid to students including supply of books, stipends, medals and other incentives to study without any distinction as to caste, colour, race, creed etc.,
  10. To adopt physically and mentally challenged students or persons in poor families.
  11. The sahithi foundation has its object to undertake any research in the field of science, social and statistical areas. Which it feel necessity for the welfare of the society. The society can purely undertake the research work solely or it may take the help of the other organization in times of need.
  12. The Society Can Also Apply For The Approvals, Recognitions And Licenses From The Concerned Government Organization For Taking Up Scientific Research
  13. To develop Science, Commerce, Arts and Computer Science.
  14. To encourage sports, games, physical education, yoga and meditation
  15. To train fine arts like Drawing, Painting, Sculpture and Cultural Activities.
  16. To promote Health Programmes, Women and Child Welfare Programmes.
  17. To motivate Watershed programmes prevent all kinds of Pollution and maintain Ecological Balances.
  18. The society Can Make Inter-charity Donations to another society with common aims and objectives.
  19. Construction of Rehabilitation centres.
  20. Construction and Maintenance of Incubation Centres for the start-ups.
  21. Other welfare Programmes in the field of Science,Humanity,Social and Culture.
  22. To Co-ordinate and Co-operate with other societies and Govt Organisations.
  23. To Strengthen efforts of state government and semi government and other organizations and individuals for the upliftment of the backward and weaker sections of the people.
  24. To participate in the recovery activities in times of Natural Calamities like drought, earthquakes Etc.
  25. To promote Medical Education, and self Employment activites.
  26. To undertake Programmes in Water and Sanitation, Watershed programs in rural and Semi-urban areas.
  27. To involve the full and active participation Of the community in their own developmental Activities and to create greater awareness in the people of their own resources and Mobilizes them for self-reliance and Development.
  28. To improve the Literacy among citizens by Running skill development and Technical Programmes. Children‟s, women‟s welfare and irrigation development aspects and up lift the handicapped peoples.

GOAL

The Livelihood of the poor is to improve substantially through Education, Health, Rural Development and Services activities for Income and Food security. “Sahithi Foundation Ngo" a well known organisation in the Karimnagar District of Telangana, India. It is a symbol of Rural Development, Education, compassionate response to the living conditions of the disadvantaged population of Telangana, in the absence of basic services of qualitative education and healthcare, adequate employment and food security, effective governance and empowerment, resulting into the low social, economic and political status. The organisation is involved in various socio-economic development programmes such as Child Labour Rehabilitation, Eye Care Services, Income Generating Programmes, Promotion of Self Help Groups and other Community based organizations, People's Institutions, Savings and Credit, Community Based Rehabilitation of the Differently Abled, Safe Drinking Water, Health and Sanitation, Policy Advocacy on Child Rights, Child Sponsorship, Non-Formal and Supplementary Education such as Non-Residential Bridge schools and Bridge Schools and Inclusive Education, HIV/AIDS, establish libraries, old age homes, orphan homes, and etc. SFN is a non-profit, voluntary development organisation established in 2013 under the leadership of Mr. Ramula Komuraiah, a committed social worker of repute. Its target community is constituted of Tribal, Dalits and marginalized population of H.NO: 2-6/G, Singapur, Huzurabad, Karimnagar , Telangana.

Main Focus

  1. Health, Hospitality & Scientific Research
  2. Education & Educational Research
  3. Women Empowerment & Child Welfare
  4. Youth Mobilization & Skill Development
  5. Sanitation & Environmental Protection
  6. Agriculture Sector
  7. Indian Traditional & Cultural Sector
  8. Disaster Management Sector

Targeted groups

  1. Child Committees/Groups
  2. Tribal
  3. Women
  4. Youth
  5. Sanitation & Environmental Protection
  6. Farmer Groups

Type of NGO Work

  1. Participatory Poverty Assessment (PPA)/PRA Micro –Level Planning (MLP)
  2. Capacity Building (CB) SHGs formation
  3. SFN analysis
  4. Disabled Identification & Rehabilitation through
  5. DDRC Community Development
  6. Livelihood promotion
  7. Child labour eradication
  8. Disaster Management Sector
  9. Counselling Services
  10. Problems identification through tools (Maps/Matrix/Cobweb/Ven)

NGO strengths and special features

  1. Expertise SFN analysis
  2. Human Resource Development Centre
  3. Capacity Building & Institution Building
  4. Resource persons Trainings & Workshops
  5. Skill development experts
  6. Experienced Staff on formation of SHGs
  7. Good relations with all CBO/CSO/SHGs
  8. Collaborations with Line Departments/Banks / Donar Agencies

Nature of Involvement of communities

  1. Implementation of PPA /PRA tools
  2. Transit walk with CBOS/SHGs/Local
  3. people Group discussion with Communities
  4. Involvement with poor in discussions

Results Achieved through NGO

  1. Social SFN /Physical SFN could be assessed
  2. Quality life of the poor and vulnerable groups enhanced SHG concept and Group savings increased
  3. Group as peer pressure in the slums Child labour enrolled in Bridge schools
  4. Community actively involved in Service programmes Disabled Identified and Empowered
  5. Better health and Hygiene conditions SHGs supported by the Agencies/Govt Food security Increased
  6. Legal aid and family counselling support

Our Team

Ramula Komaraiah

Genral Secretary