SAMRIDDHI SAATHI

(FRIENDS FOR DEVELOPMENT)

An Initiative for Women Empowerful!

 

AIM ASIA IN BANDLAGUDA, EAST HYDERABAD

WITH BLANKET DISTRIBUTION PROGRAM 

 

 

January 21, 2021. Our Founder-President, Dr. Joab Lohara

visited the Samriddhi Saathi Center in Bogaram,

Telangana and personally handed out financial

assistance to destitute widows and poor school children. 

 

 

SAMRIDDHI SAATHI - FRIENDS FOR DEVELOPMENT

 

 

SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN RECEIVE EDUCATIONAL SUPPORT AND BLANKETS FOR WINTER: WE CARE FOR THEIR EDUCATION AND COMFORT!

 

 

SAMRIDDHI SAATHI - FRIENDS FOR DEVELOPMENT 

 

 

 DESTITUTE WIDOWS RECIEVE MONTHLY

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AND BLANKETS FOR WINTER:

WE CARE FOR THEIR WELL BEING!

 

 

 

SAMRIDDHI SAATHI

(FRIENDS FOR DEVELOPMENT)

 

 

COMMERCE GRADUATE PREMLATA

 

    Little Premlata joined our Seva

   

    Kendra at Bogaram, Telangana,

   

    at the age of 9. She is a Commerce

   

    Graduate today, married and

 

    settled in a job. 

 

     

    We provided her education and care

 

    for all these 12 years as her Samriddhi Saathi, 

 

    Friends for Development.

 

  

Samriddhi Saathi is a ground-breaking innovation 

for Women Empowerment!

 

 LEPROSY WOMAN PATIENTS ARE SERVED WITH ESSENTIAL SUPPLIES

 

 

 Swetha, daughter of a watchman in Medchal district, TS, is an 

Engineering student today because of SAMRUDDHI SAATHI 

 

 

 

SCHOOL CHILDREN ARE GIVEN MONTHLY EDUCATIONAL HELP

 SAMRIDDHI SAATHI - FRIENDS FOR DEVELOPMENT

SCHOOL CHILDREN IN MEDCHAL DISTRICT ARE CHECKED FOR COVID-19

STUDENTS CHECKED AND SATINIZED ARE GIVEN MASKS AND VITAMIN-C 

MONTHLY FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO DESTITUTE WIDOWS

 

SAMRIDDHI SAATHI -

FRIENDS FOR DEVELOPMENT

 

This empowerment plan includes raising the status of women

through education, economic help, social awareness, literacy,

and life-skill training. It is all about equipping women to help

them create a space for themselves in society and live in

dignity.

 

September 2020 scripted a proud moment for India when two

Naval officers, Kumudini Tyagi and Riti Singh, were chosen to

be deployed on Navy warships as part of their crew for the first

time in the history of our Armed Forces.

 

A Zillion Cheers to them! They have surely made a space for

themselves.

 

But how about one-third of our female population that has never

been to a school system and those millions more that have

dropped out of high school? And all of those - a big chunk of the

population - that lack skill, resource, and self-confidence to join

the mainstream?

 

According to the Indian census, females constitute 48% of our

population and 35% of them are still illiterate.

 

Therefore, if women empowerment is critical to the overall

development of a nation, Samriddhi Saathi understands the

importance. That is why our watchword has been – WOMEN

MATTER! They matter at home; they matter in society and in

nation-building as well.

 

ECONOMIC & EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT: Economic

development of society, as one component of sustainable

development, is  unthinkable without the involvement of women

in a nation where almost half of the entire population is

comprised of women.  Their empowerment will enable them to

fully use their potential, creativity, and talent which are

instrumental for economic development of the nation.

 

Moreover, women account for 70% of the world's poor because

of unequal economic opportunities. As such, we must value

women's work and rescue them from a life of poverty, so they

contribute to the country's economic growth.

 

 

New clothes to school children by Chief Guest of the occasion,

 

Superintendent of Police of Kammaredy, Mr. Anyonya.

 

SOCIAL & PSYCOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT: Social

transformation is unthinkable  without the participation of our

women population. If they are not educated, they feel inferior to

join a conversation at the  dinner table, unable to contribute to

the family economy or help  the children with their studies.

 

Health-related problems of women, illiteracy and lack of skills

adversely impact the family and their society, and ultimately end

up plunging people into poverty.

 

In a small way albeit, Samruddhi Saathi is making efforts to

empower destitute, unskilled women through education, social

awareness, economic help, and life-skill training.  

 

It is women serving women. Following is a seven-point Yojana

to serve the women of our country under Samriddhi Saathi:

 

1.     Educational help to poor female children in schools and colleges

 

2.     Financial assistance to destitute widows

 

3.     Life-skill vocational training for unskilled women

 

4.     Self-help program for women & wedding assistance

 

5.     Medical help to overcome health-related crisis

 

6.     Provision of free masks, sanitizers, and Vitamin-C

 

7.     Literacy for and environmental care by women

 

 

For more information, please contact: 

 

 

Samriddhi Saathi – Coordinator

AIM ASIA

4-7-18/18, Sri Sai Nagar

Nacharam 

Hyderabad 500076, TS

 

helloaimasia@gmail.com

040-27175308