Pragati Rath is a grass root, voluntary, not for profit organization, registered under Societies Registration Act, 1860 on 21st September 2012 with Registration No. 453/2012-13, having registration under Income Tax Act 1961, Section 12 A and 80 G with Unique Registration No. S-84/2015-16, Unique ID with the National Portal of India as UP/2015/0090355 and ISO 9001:2015 Certification too. We work for the upliftment of marginalized and underprivileged sections of the society. We work on various issues where help is much awaited as education, health, women empowerment, promoting organic farming, providing vocational trainings and sustainable livelihoods, ensuring the facilitation of government schemes and most importantly spreading social awareness, making people aware of their rights as well as duties, make them capable of raising their voices against inequality and injustice and against social evils like female foeticide, child marriage, dowry, sex discrimination, caste system, sexual exploitation, etc.
We are working among the suppressed and marginalized people of Uttar Pradesh (Jhansi dist.), Madhya Pradesh (Shivpuri & Tikamgarh dist.) and Haryana (Faridabad dist.)
PROGRAMMES RUN BY US:
Pragati Shala: Free Non Formal Education Centers at every village we adopt for the children between 3 to 12 years.
Shakti: Women Empowerment Program especially for young girls to make them aware of their rights and towards their safety.
Aarogya: Health & Hygiene Program to give people benefits of awareness, free check up and treatment camps.
Hunar: Skill Development Program especially for women to make them economically self dependent.
Samarthya: Income Generation Program to give financial assistance to the needy to start their own livelihood so that they can support their families.
Unnat Kheti: Environment Conservation Program especially through promotion of Organic Farming, rain water harvesting, plantation, etc.
Pahunch: Facilitating Government Schemes so that these can reach the people for whom these are really meant.
Badlaav: Social Change Program through Nukkad Nataks, Literacy awareness, Voters' awareness, special camps for differently abled, awareness against sex discrimination, caste system, child marriage, myths associated with diseases like cancer, HIV/AIDS, leprosy, etc.