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Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association came into existance on 1999. Its main concern is to work against all forms of social exploitation. It has a very good team of dedicated and committed social workers. It helped Society enrich its perception and gave it more strength and confidence.

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K S Rawat
Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association
705, Pocket - 5
Mayur Vihar Phase - I
New Delhi - 110091
Contact : +91-11-22757708
Email : swarnim.edu@gmail.com

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Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Welcome To Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

As a registered Non-Governmental Organization working in the field of social welfare, the organization has been making all out efforts for the uplift of neglected and marginalized sections of society. It advocates for sustainable and equitable social development. Its main focus of concern is to work against all forms of social exploitation. It has a very good team of dedicated and committed social workers. This year was a period of great achievements for the organization. The organization not only achieved its set targets but also expanded it activities into new areas. During this period, the organization succeeded in developing a close and intimate relationship with local community at grass root level. It helped it enrich its perception and gave it more strength and confidence. To achieve its aims objectives, the organization held various activities during the year.

 

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Awareness Campaign against Dowry

    ‘The Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association’ held an intensive awareness campaign against dowry this year. During the campaign, it organized shows of a street play based on the problem of dowry and against the increasing incidents of bride burning. These shows received overwhelming response from every section of community. The street play showed a young bride raising her voice against dowry and fighting legal battle against her husband and in-laws. The play was staged by the young artists belonging to local community who were selected and trained by the organization. The play was followed by a brief discussion on the subject. People appreciated its theme as well as performance of the artists. They requested the organization to hold similar shows on other social issues as well.

     During the campaign against dowry, a poster competition was also organized in which 22 school children took part. They made beautiful drawings and pictures based on the theme. All the drawings and paintings were adjudged by a team of experts, and the three best paintings were awarded. The drawings and paintings were exhibited for a week. People in large number came to see the exhibitions and encouraged the children. An essay competition on dowry was also held. 18 participants took part in this programme. All the participants read their essays one by one. The best essay adjudged by the team of experts was awarded and other participant was given consolation prizes. These programmes helped begin a debate on the issue which is so vital and important to the community.

Training to Women in Animal Husbandry

     ‘The Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association’ is encouraging rural women to be involved in agriculture, dairy production and livestock management activities. Traditionally, women are responsible for the activities such as giving feed and water to the animals, cleaning and bathing of animals, maintenance and cleaning of cattle shed, fodder collection, collection of cow dung and preparation cow dung cakes, and preparation of milk products. They also participate frequently in talking care of sick animals, care of pregnant animals, care of newborn calves, milking and grazing of the animals. The level of involvement of women was quite low in breeding activities and sale low in breeding and sale or purchase of livestock and feed items.

     The organization is providing training to rural women in the field of livestock improved their participation in animal husbandry activities. They are now playing an important role in taking decision regarding livestock production. The organization is trying to develop educational and training programmes in appropriate livestock production technologies for farm-women which would be duly supported by input agencies and credit facilities for increasing the productivity of farm animals. Special attention is being given for improving existing skills of rural women. Though the farm-women perform all the activities related to agriculture and animal husbandry, their contribution in decision making is found to be meager. Majority of the farm women look decisions on number of animals kept, quantity of mild to be sole, feeding and management of the animals.

Non-Formal Education for Slum Children

‘The Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association’ is also running a center of Non-Formal Education or slum childe, whose parents are mostly poor and illiterate. They have migrated from other states in search of better sources of livelihood. The organization conducted a survey. Which found that many of the children living in this slum were not going to schools? They either worked as rag pickers or did petty jobs for survival. The organization also observed that many children, who went to regular schools, were very poor in their studies. They needed to be given some extra coaching, as they couldn’t afford private tutors. The rate of school dropouts was very high in this area.

     There was no support for these children at home for education because their parents who were to ignorant and poor that they could hardly afford books or school fees for their children. To enroll these children and make them stay at the center was not an easy task. In the beginning, children didn’t want to come to the center, as they had no learning habits. Thus learning through play method was adopted by our instructors, which helped in developing a habit of learning among these children with the help of locally available material, some stays were also prepared for children to learn and enjoy., they are also taken for outings form time to time.

Environmental Development Programme

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association

      The society is regularly arranging awareness programme in various part of Uttarakhand State to develop Jangal etc.  We have already developed the programme in plantation at various places of Uttarakhand and improve the interest of number of persons.

Awareness on Health and Personal Hygiene

‘The Swarnim Educational & Welfare Association’ held an awareness camp for youths on health and personal hygiene. The programme was conducted under the guidance of trained doctors. The objective of this programme was to make people more acquainted about the importance of personal hygiene. It is observed that due to acquainted about the importance of personal hygiene. It is observed that due to lack of awareness and shortage of basic amenities, many people living in slums don’t pay proper attention to their person hygiene which sometimes leads to serious health problems. During the programme, the doctors emphasized that to avoid diseases, maintaining a good standard of personal and community hygiene is necessary.

     The programme was attended by a large number of women who were advised to bath their children every day. The programme was designed to provide information on health issues more in visual form through charts and posters. The programme suggested preventive measures and offered practical solution. The other health topics were hygiene and community sanitation, child care and nutrition, the prevention of water-borne disease, the value and importance of immunization and pre-and post-natal care, caring for the sick or elderly, the damaging effect of alcohol and domestic violence, and the basics of house waste management.

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