Empowerment and Skill Development Programmes
Seva Bharathi works with men and women of all ages from the downtrodden communities to increase their sense of autonomy and self-determination.
Women Skill Development
Empowering women is not a difficult task, and Seva Bharathi has been doing so for several decades. We work closely with women living in slums and low-income areas who want to lead a better life. We have identified a few areas throughout Telangana where our volunteers teach skills such as maggam work, computer embroidery work, stitching /sewing, which has enabled dignified jobs, and 10% of the women are standing on their own.
No. of Centers: 10
Total Beneficiaries: 10000 (till date)
Kaushalam Center of Excellence
Godrej Vocational Training School and Sevabharathi Telangana collaborated on this project. Kaushalam is an effort to instill life skills and self-reliance in rural youth. The first batch of trainees at Kaushalam Center for Excellence began on December 13, 2015, in Madikonda, Warangal, with 20 trainees trained for three months on servicing and repairing refrigerators, washing machines, microwave ovens, and air conditioners.
We completed 12 batches this year, and 80 percent of the trainees were placed in Samsung, Bosch, Godrej, IFB, Videocon, Bajaj, Voltas, and LG, while the remaining 20 percent chose to work on their own or in small workshops.
Bowenpalli – Healthcare Skill Development
In appreciation of our organization’s social commitment to uplifting the housing and living conditions of slum dwellers in Hyderabad, a generous donor recently A generous donor recently donated 400 Sq. Yards of land to Seva Bharathi.
With an intent to upskilling women across all healthcare sectors, Seva Bharathi in active support of EA Sports, is constructing a skill development center with G+2 floors.
The property is in a slum locality where young women are looking for work. The project is currently under construction, and we need your help.
Due to poverty or family challenges, the young generation in India is discontinuing their education and beginning to earn as a daily laborer to make ends meet.
On the other hand, there are lakhs of open positions (10+2 as a qualifying criteria) in the armed forces, paramilitary forces, state police, and so on.
To obtain employment, proper training must be provided, and these trainings are only available in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities.
Due to the high cost of living and the inability to meet family needs, the young generation is far from training and thus unable to find work.
Recognizing the challenges, Seva Bharathi, in collaboration with Sri Ram Consultancy, developed a curriculum for aspirants in the rural/tribal areas into the Uniformed Services at our Affection homes so that they could find an opportunity to get into these open positions in Armed forces, Paramilitary, or state police.
Without upskilling and training opportunities, none of the downtrodden families will be able to rise. This is an opportunity to contribute to our projects so that each family associated with us can live a BRIGHT life.
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Without upskilling and providing training opportunities none of the downtrodden families can grow high. This is an opportunity to support for our projects and we can ensure each family associated with us can have a BRIGHT life.
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OUR WORK IN Empowerment
I aspire to study further and become a teacher and impart knowledge among more children
What we do?
Mounika is a 8 year old girl studying in the class 4 and a beneficiary of Kishori Vikas program. Her father is suffering from Tuberculosis and is bedridden. The family lives on her mother’s meager income that she earns through daily labour. Mounika was forced to discontinue her studies as her father sent her to work as a maid and carry out domestic work at Film Nagar locality to supplement the family income. When Kishori Vikas volunteer met Mounika, she showed great interest in continuing her studies and expressed that she was unhappy doing domestic work away from her home.
Mounika’s parents were counselled and encouraged to readmit her to school and to send her to everyday Kishori Vikas centre. Now, Mounika is studying once again and enjoying being at school.
Other Thrust Areas
Those children who are not owned by anyone are ours.
We are present in 15 locations across the state and provide shelter for their upbringing despite their difficulties.
Education empowers and is the driving force behind positive outcomes.
Our priority is to provide quality education and to ensure that underprivileged children have a better future and a positive life.
We connect the medical fraternity with those in need. We link doctors with slums, shelter homes in government hospitals, blood banks, and regular health camps in slums.
Volunteering ensures Not for Profits to reach the needy and empower them in the way that we could.
Service to Mankind is Service to God
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