Sri Sakthi Social Economical and Educational Welfare Trust was established on 21-12-2001 in Ayyamplayam Village, Dindigul District, Tamilnadu State, India.
“Towards Betterment…” Sri Sakthi Trust has committed to achieve its goal of making a better society through ensuring the progress of the society and sustaining the same on continuous basis
The trust believes that upgrading rural resources, ensuring the economic growth of the area, harnessing the creative energy of the marginalized section and makes them to join main stream of the society and bringing out the creative powers especially of women and children are the ways to achieve its goal.
Social Development Activities :
Water Shed Development Scheme
This Scheme is implemented with the assistance of National Bank of Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD). We are covering an Area of 1600 ha in Ayyampalayam Village – Dindigul District, 1040 ha in Soolapuram Village, 1266 ha in Pappinaickenpatti Village – Madurai District, for natural resources management appropriate farm production system for increasing yield and to provide livelihood support to landless people.
Women Empowerment through Self Help Groups
Till 2011 formed 3880 self help groups in 780 villages in four districts.
Guided over 46560 women folk through this programme.
Environmental upgradation Programmes by Planting Saplings
Till now 13000 saplings have been planted in rural areas.
Conducted 20 Health Camps including Aids Awareness, Eye Camps and mother and child health screening camps.
Promoted 5880 Entrepreneurs in past 16 years
Running Tuition Centers for Children and School drop-outs in Rural, Tribal and Urban areas.
Conducted Youth welfare programmes.
Enlightening and educating the rural and suppressed class girls in the age group of 13 to 19.
“Say- no- to- Tobacco and Alcohol” campaigns are vigorously conducted.
Training Schemes through Sakthi Self employment Training Centre
EDP Training for college students
Career guidance and soft skill training for school children
Tailoring training at four centers.
Training on sanitary napkins making.
Training on fabric and glass painting.
Training on production of Rexin Bags, Jute bags, Foot wears, Coir twisting
Training on food processing.
Sakthi Batminton Club
To promote the sporting activity of rural youth, we maintain indoor stadium for sports activities and we are conducting the state level tournament every year.
Rural Sanitation Project
A communal toilet for women was constructed and dedicated for public at Ayyampalayam and creating awareness about hygiene care for women
Symposium on world international Women’s day.
Marathon race every year to commemorate Children’s day.
Sakthi Trust have enforced an adage, that is
“Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day,
Teach a man to fish and you feed him for his whole life time.”