To make all interventions sustainable, Sukarya works in close co-ordination with the community members. Village Health Committees, panchayats, women and men at the grassroots are an integral part of all interventions – from planning to implementation. Community health workers work in tandem with our professional and medical team to build awareness and ensure that timely interventions are provided to people who need them the most. Realizing the needs, gradually, we expanded our intervention from Health to other areas as well to the related other areas to achieve holistic progress. Currently Sukarya is focused in four major areas of work which is as follows:
- Maternal Child Health Care and Nutrition
- Women Empowerment and Livelihood
- Education for Peri-urban Slum/Street Children
- Integrated Rural Development
We are committed to high standards of accountability and transparency. We regularly exchange information and encourage stakeholders to visit us to witness the change that is slowly taking place at the grassroots.
Our team comprises of development professionals, doctors, media persons, civil servants, social activists who all work together to realize the common dream of “Better Health, Better Society”.
The last twenty years of our efforts have brought about some modest but positive changes in the lives of thousands of men and women. These small but inspiring stories and the overwhelming support of the community members reaffirm our belief that through small but sustainable methods change is possible.