SNEH, which stands for “Solid Nutrition Education Health Care” was started in 2011 by Pankaj Bhora. SNEH focuses on providing nutrition to the malfunctioned kids. SNEH in a nutshell includes SWEP (Sneh Women Empowerment Project) : Women Empowerment, Women Employment and Fund Generation.
Started in 1997, CIPLA Palliative care improves the quality of life of patients and their families, who are facing problems associated with life-threatening illnesses like cancer. It provides patients with relief from symptoms, pain, physical and mental stress of serious illnesses. Treatment, stay and medicine for patients are free of cost. SCIT SSR Members learned that caring for the terminally ill i.e. Hospice work, is very new and rare in India. They also learned that both palliative and curable treatment can go hand-in-hand and palliative care can extend beyond the curable treatment. Death may be inevitable for terminally ill patients, but we can provide a quality life for their remaining short span of life.
Seva Sahyog Foundation aims at engaging socially conscious corporate, groups and individuals, with NGOs of matching interests. Seva Sahyog is largely a volunteer-run organisation with adequate professional staff backup and well-equipped office set up centrally located in Pune City. Seva Sahyog is powered with a unique skill set of deep understanding of grass root realities and a clear vision of the role corporate India can play to support community initiatives.
LokPanchayat was established in the year 1993 and the work began with a voluntarily launched set of key initiatives focusing on revival and promotion of sustainable farming practices, bio-diversity conservation, women emopowerment, enterprise development and liberal school education in real schools.