Laying foundation of a educated society…Child Education

  • SES believed that for laying the educated society proper foundation must be laid at the beginning only. This thought got materialized with a children school in village Terwa Dahigawan. School having its own building and approx two hundred boys & girls were studying in Primary education.
  • Society had established a higher secondary school in village Terwa Dahigawan with the support of villagers, School was having its own building approximately 600 students were being equipped with quality education in the school.
  • Society had established another higher secondary school in village Jalhiapur, Block-Bilgram, Distt. Hardoi. School was having its own building ,approximately 700 students were taking their education in the school.
  • Society established a degree college in Village Kahali Terwa. College campus spread in 5 acre of land on Sandila Mallawan Highway 1200 students were studying in the college.
SES had been working in Kachhuna Block Of Hardoi Distt. UP, which was one of the poorest areas in the country in terms of literacy? Society was providing women’s literacy in this backward region in association with Subhash Inter College, Terwa Dahigawan, and Subsidiary of Society. Organization provided functional Literacy inputs i.e. 200 hrs.
Empowering Women through capacity building…vocational training .In order to economically empower women skill building support had been provided to 30 women in the age group of 15-35 of rural area of Kachhuna Block Of Hardoi Distt. UP. Women had been trained on weaving & threading. After the training support women had started making clothes. SES used the help of the experienced trainer for the capacity building purpose.
SES had implemented various projects on community health, mother & child care and reproductive care issues.

This was one of the important interventions of SEC, it had been providing awareness and capacity / building to grass root primary stakeholder on various health issues. During the intervention village level women were imparted information and education through easy communication made aware about the health issue. Objective of this intervention was to create awareness and behavior change among women on various aspect of health such as family welfare, immunization, nutrition, balanced diet. reproductive child health and general aliments among women.
SES had been implementing this program since 2001 and for that purpose it had developed competent team of resource persons, community based volunteers and references material. This program had benefited more than 18,000 persons.

Rural areas of Uttar Pradesh were still unserved for health services. SES had been promoting Indian System of Medicine i.e. Yoga, Ayurveda, Unani & Homeopathy in the remote areas of Sitapur district. It had benefited the population of 1.28 lakhs. In this program total 240 farmers were given training to start growing medicinal plants. Communities were given inputs for the preparation and preservation of medicines. Through health camps of Ayurveda, Unani and Homeopathy. 80 Practitioners of Indian System of Medicine were given training to start serving the rural areas in a better way more than 2000 students of 4 Jr. High School were given inputs of Yoga education and their PT teachers were given training in Yoga.
The society aimed at creating environmental awareness among general public to improve their quality of life. The thrust was in two categories: those issues arising negative effects of the very process of development and those arising from conditions of poverty and under development like land, and water management, air, water and soil pollution, deforestation etc. The activities included awareness about macro level and micro level issues through observation of international days, activities through children, youth, women and farmers groups, and action programs like plantation etc. involving the general public.
Hardoi district had been hit by low rainfall during the past few years. Rainfall in the district some times becomes very erratic leaving agriculture production very less. This had resulted in food insecurity at the household level. With the support of DRDA, SES had assisted farmers in fighting the drought and had constructed baandhs for conserving rainwater in the fields to increase the moisture regime in the soil leading to increase agriculture production. This program has benefited 200 small and marginal farmers.
As a part of addressing Gender issues, SES was covering women farmers also in its program. Program had the main objectives of developing women farmer groups and make them capable in the field of the agriculture, to create awareness among them about the use of technically suitable agriculture instrument for reducing their constraints out of workload, to make them able to resolve gender related issues etc. in the field of agriculture empowerment of women, to increase ability of gender sensitization in the area of agriculture etc.