WELLCOME TO  UNNATI FOUNDATION

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan is a registered Non-Government & Not-For-Profit Charitable Organization, established by a group of committed social workers and volunteers in 2016 registered under Public Charitable Trust.

Upcoming  Samaroh

Alwar Samuhik Vivah Samaroh

Unnati seva sansthan is organising samuhik vivah samaroh in march, 2018. Please check the details and give your contibution to make this event successfull.

WHAT WE  DO

SAMUHIK VIVAH SAMMELAN

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan is a registered Non-Government & Not-For-Profit Charitable Organization, established by a group of committed social workers and volunteers in 2016 registered under Public Charitable Trust.

EDUCATION

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan’s facilitate free child education. We identify children out of school, motivate the children and their parents to let the chldren come to school.

SKILL DEVLOPMENT

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan’s provides skill development / vocational trainings to unemployed under privileged youths in various skills and facilitate them to get employment or start their own work.

HEALTH

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan’s main focus to mobilized people individually or in groups to take responsibility for their own health and to make use of the public health services.

ENVIRONMENT

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan’s provides trainings and conducts many workshops to explain how we can save our Environment. Also we do tree plantation work for general awareness.

JAN DHAN RASHAN YOJNA

Unnati jann- dhan –rashan yojna provide subsidized food grain from the Public Distribution System under this we serves precious households products like salt, sugar, oil, rice, flour, etc.

SVAYAN SAHAYATA SAMOOH

Self-help groups are seen as instruments for goals including empowering women, developing leadership abilities among poor and the needy people, increasing school enrolments and improving nutrition and the use of birth control. Financing through SHGs reduces transaction costs for both lenders and borrowers.

UNNATI GAU-SHALA

Gaushala, a Sanskrit word (“Gau” means cow and “Shala” means a shelter place: Go + Shala = shelter for cows), means the abode or sanctuary for cows, calves and oxen. Apart from providing sanctuary, the Unnati Seva also rescues the animals destined for illegal slaughter.

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WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan works together with the people in the projects as partners in finding solutions and in creating.

VIKAS

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan works together with the people in the projects as partners in finding solutions and in creating.

Smit

Unnati Samajik Seva Sansthan works together with the people in the projects as partners in finding solutions and in creating.

Akash

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