Sukarya works to save lives of mother and children, empower women, empower villages, and educate slum children in Delhi, Rajasthan and Haryana.
Work and Achievements
Our Chairperson says “We have to say “NO” to early marriage or forced marriage for girls, “NO” to gender based violence and also “NO” to any discrimination. We have to remove all barriers to educate our girls to give them safer and better lives.”
Sukarya’s Adolescent Reproductive Sexual Health (ARSH) program aims to educate and empower adolescent girls to lead their life in more confident and dignified manner.
The ARSH Intervention is categorized into two verticals - Community vertical is meant for Adolescent girls living in slums and rural areas. School vertical is meant for adolescent girls studying in government schools in rural and Peri-Urban area.
The customized curriculum focuses on Adolescent and Reproductive Sexual Health (ARSH) education and Family Life Education (FLE) to build their knowledge and awareness on life, its physical, social, psychological and moral dimensions and to develop in them qualities, capacities and on which a successful life depends. We also educate and inform them about self-defence, safety measures to avoid social risks and threats.
We have empowered over 2000 adolescent girls on reproductive health aspects and family life dimensions with self-defence techniques to support them.
TODAY to aid in Empowering & Protecting the Slum Girls project so that we can emancipate and educate adolescent girls on & Reproductive Sexual Health Family Life Education & thereby making them physically and emotionally capable of leading a fulfilling life.
Kind attention is needed from everyone; all stakeholders, corporate sponsors, CSR executives, change makers and supporters to participate in realizing the dreams of having an equitable society with prosperity & social justice.
Fund Utilisation Statement
Empowering, educating and protecting adolescent girls living in slums and villages by providing ARSH (Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health) education, FLE (Family Life Education) and self–defence technique sessions.