SAHARA UTSARGA WELFARE SOCIETY completes its 27th year of its journey since 1993 and “Women Empowerment” being the focus area of work. SUWS act as a facilitator to upgrade the socio-economic status of the poor people and help to access the socio-legal-economic justice and constitutional rights to its Self Help Group women members and their family members.
SUWS is playing a pivotal role in social development among the poorest of the poor & already placed itself in a significant position in NGO sector for availing services to women’s welfare, protection, skill development, financial services, counseling services, protection and shelter needs.
In the early nineties both financial and economic wellbeing of women folk living in remote villages were totally poor. The only undertakings they generally performed were giving birth to children, caring youngsters and other relatives, engaged in day long family activities and some of them act as a domestic worker to support her family. They had no part in social activities and even they participate they are dominated by the men folk. Majority was unable to work in a dignified occupation but exploited through several ways.
In that circumstance SUWS stepped up getting sorted out helpless women to shape Self Help Groups. With the help of Gram