Transforming Lives, One Child at a Time: Sadaya, Empowering Rural Upgrowth
“Act, uplift and transform the
rural communities through social and equitable interventions”.
To help low-income and socially disadvantaged communities to enhance their quality of life by providing access to quality education, better health care, life skills, technology, agriculture and sustainable livelihood.
The Founder of Sadaya, who have diverse educational backgrounds, share a common goal of serving the rural community in India. Sadaya's initial foray was in the Melghat region of Maharashtra.Upon analyzing the situation, Sadaya discovered that rural school children were lacking in foundational literacy and numeracy, basic physical infrastructure such as safe drinking water and toilets and were at risk of dropping out of school or marrying at an early age. Additionally, there was a general disinterest in education among children and a lack of exposure to life skills guidance. Most parents were illiterate and uninformed about their child's education and career prospects.
The Sadaya Foundation firmly believes that poverty in communities is a result of economic and social systems that have not kept up with the changing world. In rural areas, communities also lack access to health and hygiene facilities, besides agriculture and livelihood skills. This has a profound impact on the quality of life of individuals and communities alike.