Uplifting people to live a life
WHO WE ARE
WE ARE A GRASS-ROOT LEVEL NON GOVERNMENT ORGANISATION
WHAT WE DO
WE PROVIDE AND IMPROVE LIVELIHOOD,PROMOTES PEACE AND FIGHT FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE FOR ALL
WHY WE DO IT
TO REMOVE SOCIAL INJUSTICE & STIGMA
To create a peaceful society for all without prejudice of caste, creed, color and religion where all the people can live unitedly and harmoniously.
To establish a progressive, peaceful and developed society based on the values of equity, justice, trust, love, honesty, dignity and mutual help.
To organize and empower the rural poor to pro- mote development as a liberating force for achieving social justice, economic growth and self reli- ance.
TOTAL POPULATION REACHED OUT IN UNDER CMH PROJECT
ENHANCED CAPACITY TO DEAL WITH DISASTER
WORTH OF COVID KIT DISTRIBUTED
RIGHTS AND ENTITLEMENT
MENTAL HEALTH AND PERSON WITH DISABILITY
HEALTH PARTICULARLY WASH,FAMILY PLANING AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
PROTECTION OF WOMEN AND CHILD RIGHTS
ASSAM CHIEF MINISTER BEST COMMUNITY ACTION AWARD 2007
North Eastern Social Impact Award 2015
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MENTAL HEALTH POGRAM
SATRA has been working to improve the lives of people living in rural areas by transforming needed social and economic changes. Based on our experience of working in the rural areas we identified mental health issues to work on earliest possible, which is otherwise far from reach of the rural people.
OUR COVID RESPONSE
While the whole world was in home during lockdown, our team in SATRA was working to make sure people had their basic survival needs taken care of. We worked with district administration and have successfully distributed humanitarian kits to a number of areas.
Covid Vaccination Program
DISASTER MANAGEMENT BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER BASIN RESILIENT BUILDING PROGRAM
SATRA is implementing a Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) programme called Brahmaputra River Ba- sin Resilience Building Programme with the support from Oxfam (India). The programme began in the year 2011 and now it’s on the third phase, presently working in 15 worst flood affected villages