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Education is the key factor for women empowerment, prosperity, development and welfare. Discrimination of women from womb to tomb is well known. There is continued inequality and vulnerability of women in all sectors and women oppressed in all spheres of life, they need to be empowered in all walk of life. In order to fight against the socially constructed gender biases, women have to swim against the system that requires more strength. Such strength comes from the process of empowerment and empowerment will come from the education. Educational qualification play significant role in women empowerment and it concludes that if women’s empowerment is to be effected, it can be carried out only through the medium of education. While it is true that women, by and large, do not face discrimination in society today, unfortunately, many of them face exploitation and harassment which can be of diverse types: emotional, physical, mental and sexual.
They are often subjected to rape, abuse and other forms of physical and intellectual violence. Women empowerment, in the truest sense, will be achieved only when there is attitudinal change in society with regard to womenfolk, treating them with proper respect, dignity, fairness and equality. The rural areas of the country are, by and large, steeped in a feudal and medieval outlook, refusing to grant women equal say in the matters of their education, marriage, dress-code, profession and social interactions. Hence, it is of foremost importance to raise the level of education amongst women. Special efforts are made to get underprivileged girls to join school, as girls tend to mostly stay back at home or drop out from school to help parents in household chores. We say this with immense pride that Shirdi Sai Baba School presently has more than 50% girl child enrolled.
Keeping in view of our philosophy to serve the poor and needy, we have taken our interventions to the interiors of India, reaching the poorest of the poor in the remotest rural areas by way of:
- Free education with amenities to the poor children.
- Skill Development with placement.to the youth
- Healthcare to about 1000 needy through 18 dispensaries in Faridabad, NCR, and other towns.
- Mass Marriages of 100 poor girls per year.
- Distribution of Clothes to Tribal and Poor People by sending truck-loads of clothes to different states in India.
- Women empowerment.
- Providing awareness of organic farming.
Shri Krishan Pal Gurjar, Hon’ble Minister of State, Social justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India.
Shri Vijay Rupani, Hon’ble Chief Minister, Gujarat State, India.
His Excellency Shri Kummanam Rajasekharan, Hon’ble Governor of Mizoram.
His Excellency Prof. Kaptan Singh Solanki, Hon’ble Governor of Haryana.
Shri Vipul Goel, Hon’ble Cabinet Minister, Haryana.
Dr. Rakesh Gupta, IAS, Addl. PS to CM of Haryana.
Shri Shatrujeet Kapur, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Faridabad.
Shri Sudarshan Agarwal, former Governor of Uttarkhand and Sikkim.
Shri Sameer Pal Srow, IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Faridabad.
Dr. Nilima Sabharwal, Founder and CEO, Home of Hope, Inc., USA.
Shri Ritesh Tandon, President, UPMA, USA.
Ms. Kiran Chopra, Director. Punjab Kesari Publisher, Delhi.
Professor Alissa R King, Kirkwood, Cedar Rapids, IOWA, USA.
20 LAKH PEOPLE
Lives of more than 20 lakhs people improved.
Educated more than 5000 children
Solemnized marriages of 957 poor girls
Serving the needy through 30 projects.
Serving poor families in numerous states
Trained more than 8000 youth