Rehabilitation, Rights, Education and Empowerment
“It doesn’t matter who you are, or where you came from. The ability to triumph begins with you. Always.”
– Oprah Winfrey
This is what Mastek Foundation believes it from heart and soul. A society can develop when its women are empowered and have the ability to triumph. To obtain this objective Mastek Foundation:
- Associates with non- profits to provide protection to girl child in Naunihal, Navi Mumbai
- Supports all round development of children of those people who are involvedin flesh trade
- Supports in infrastructure development at children’s home for comfortable living in Poyand, Maharashtra
- Supports holistic development of orphan children
Projects Supported by Mastek Foundation
Protecting Rights, Creating Choices and Restoring Dignity
Prerana is a civil society organization that started working in the red light areas of Mumbai in 1986.Prerana noticed that one of the greatest horrors in this community was the ultimate plight of children born to prostituted women and the children’s inescapable recruitment into the organized flesh trade.In response to the situation Prerana pioneered several path-breaking interventions, monitored the success stories out of each intervention and disseminated them for mainstreaming.
Prerana’s 24×7 shelter home for girls in need of care and protection located in Kharghar. Currently housing 35 girls. Naunihal provides them with a comprehensive program providing nutrition education, life skills education, recreation and other extra-curricular activities. We are requesting a grant of Rs. 5 lacs to sustain the education, livelihood training and food etc. of these 35 girls.
Social Action for Manpower Creation
SAMPARC is a non-profit making Public Charitable Trust in India established in 1990 for the rehabilitation, care and educational development of orphan children, children of sex workers and all other needy, poor and disadvantaged children.Activities of SAMPARC includes:
Children’s Home : In the State of Maharashtra SAMPARC is running 4 children’s Home- 1 children’s home in Gujarat, 1 children’s Home in West Bengal and 1 children’s Home in Rajasthan.
Schools and Jr.College : SAMPARC is running 2 schools recognized by Government of Maharashtra, –SAMPARC Grameen Vidya Vikas Kendra at Bhambarde along with Junior college,at Mulshi Taluka and SAMPARC Abhinav English Medium School, at village Patan, Maval Taluka.
Community Education Support Program : SAMPARC under this program provides education support to poor rural girl children from 6-18 years age group in Maval and Mulshi Taluka District Pune under Nanhikali education support program ; Education support is also provided to poor needy children in-Anjar District, Kutch, Gujarat in navanagar and nagarpalika slum areas; in Rajasthan Gangani village, in Jodhpur; in West Bengal in Daimond Harbour, Mandir Bazar, and Dhananjaypur.
SAMPARC Vocational Training Centre : SAMPARC is running 2 Vocational Training Centres, one in Maharashtra and one in West Bengal with aim to make viagra pills online rural and slum unemployed school drop outs to make them employable and financially independent.
SAMPARC Hostel facilities for senior orphan, needy Girls : SAMPARC Orphan Senior Girls Hostel, Malavli, DistPune,Maharashtra , a project to extend support for the 150 orphan senior girls above 10th std to attend education up to graduation, post-graduation and technical courses in Pune.
SAMPARC GANPATIPULE PROJECT, Dist. Ratnagiri, Maharashtra : The main objective of this project is to provides residential and higher education support to senior orphan, needy and disadvantage boys who have completed 10th standard either https://melbournerx.com/buy-cialis-melbourne.html from SAMPARC orphanage or any other orphanage to complete their higher secondary education.
SAMPARC Women Empowerment Program : 187 Self Help Group of 42 villages are active under the program and taking advantage of DRDA, ( Government Agency) Pune and various Banks.
SAMPARC Medical Centre : The centre is providing active medical support through its team of doctors – in General health, Pediatric support and Dental support. Community Medical Van moves regularly to the villages for treating rural poor patients of Maval Taluka.