More About Sangam Charitable Trust & Missions & visions

Origin

Sangam Charitable Trust (SCT) was established in 2003 as a Non-Government Organization (NGO) by a team of social workers who were inspired by the ideology of great personalities like Mahatma Gandhi, Jai Prakash Narayan and Baba Bhimrao Ambedkar for establishing peace, equality, social Justice, homogeneity and self-reliance in the society. In August 2003, SCT was registered as a trust for exploring the way for creation of a just and equal society, in which no one remains hungry, unemployed, discriminated and exploited.

About Sangam Charitable Trust

Sangam Charitable Trust founded with view to stabilise, Promote Set-up, Run, Maintain, Assist finical support and/or a aid to or help in setting up and/or maintaining and/or running schools and other institution, orphanages, widow homes lunatic asylum, poor houses or other establishments for relief and/or help the poor old and infill people and/or destitute.

Visions

Promotion of a just and equal society based on peace, humanity, social justice, homogeneity and self-reliance, so that no one remain hungry, exploited, unemployed and illiterate.

Missions

To educate, organize and empower the rural poor by promoting development as a liberating force for achieving social justice, economic growth and self-reliance in a well conceived manner.

Major Objectives

  • To eradicate poverty, illiteracy, inequality, exploitation and injustices from the society.
  • To promote agriculture, animal husbandry and health services in rural areas.
  • To import vocational training for fostering development.
  • To make people aware of their rights, duties and initiatives meant for their overall development.
  • To protect and empower women.
  • To promote health rights of poor people through safe drinking water provision.
  • To conserve the environment.
  • To implement programs and activities for awakening inner consciousness and integrated development in
    the rural & urban area for the availability of resources and their utilization for development of the community.