Giving Back to the Community with a smile

Our commitment to the society is an integral part of the our value system.

Giving back is where you give, and then nothing happens. No benefits for you, no recognition, nothing tangible gets sent your way. Your biggest and sole reward is the realization that you have made a significant change in someone’s life. And if not “significant” then a positive change nevertheless.

CSR (Corporate Service Responsibility) initiatives at PRAWAH involves various efforts in which we engage ourselves to give something back to the society. Our initiatives aim at the betterment of the community through measures that will bring in sustainable development and growth.

PRAWAH made the following contribution to the community in BIHAR:

1. Education on Good Touch & Bad Touch

PRAWAH had provided this training to the children’s of Bihar community to educate them about the sense of good & bad touch so that the children’s at their growing age would be aware of bad or good people around them and they will be careful towards their good self.

2. Plantation work with the farmers and villagers/ road sides

The main object of Road Side Plantation is to provide protection to road, traffic passengers, check soil erosion, and provide fodder & timber to the Society and mitigate climate change. The plantation after 5 to 10 years will produce raw material for Agro based industries which will generate livelihood.

3. Environment awareness between school children through Plantation work.

Our main focus is to expose students to the actual world they live in. They have to be acquainted with the environment related issues and problems. They must also be able to look at environmental problems and concerns, analyse, evaluate, draw and equip themselves to resolve them. To achieve this, we will pursue three common aspects: • Learning about the environment • Learning through the environment and exploration through a variety of activities • Learning for the environment by developing a concern and sensitivity towards its protection and preservation.

4. Rescue of children from Harmful factories

Hundreds of children, forced to work in "inhuman conditions", have been rescued from factories. Many parents say poverty forces them to send their children to work in other people's homes or in factories. Widespread poverty and lack of education result in many children being pushed into work. Sometimes their wages may be promised to their parents. PRAWAH is working in tandem with the Labour Welfare Department to take effective measures to eradicate the Mafia behind bringing children from other states to work in hazardous industries

5. Women awareness on their rights

Hundreds of children, PRAWAH is helping women and girls in BIHAR become aware of their rights. Thru our programs we are strengthening their skills to protect themselves and their families from domestic & social violence. In partnership with local women's organizations, we're working to promote women’s rights and to reduce violence against women and girls in BIHAR.

6. Financial empowerment of village women

PRAWAH empowers women to meet their individual financial goals, improve their financial knowledge and decision-making ability, and better control of their finances. As women save more and increase their household income, they invest in their children's health and education, by having more economic power, women improve their standing as community members as well. Regular home visits by trained financial advisor and coach help allow participants openly share their progress and challenges and discuss issues and barriers.

7. Awareness between the elected panchayat women leaders of their role and Responsibility

At the same time there are many women representatives and pradhans who have taken bold initiatives. They have not only set an example for male dominated society but also demonstrate that changes are taking place, albeit slowly. PRAWAH, has conducted training for awareness-building and training for enhancing rural women’s capacity to take up their new responsibilities as local legislators and decision-makers under Panchayati Raj.

8. Helping People with HIV/AIDS

When someone is diagnosed with HIV it can be emotionally draining for them, but it can affect all the family members too. Depending on your relationship with the person you may be feeling sad, angry, confused or shocked. If your sexual partner has been diagnosed with HIV you may need to think about having a test yourself. We at PRAWAH have conducted HIV/AIDS AWARENESS INITIATIVES. We have conducted training programs for creating awareness about HIV/AIDS. Our initiatives have motivated community members, especially, pregnant women and other adults from the villages to get tested for HIV.

9. Health Checkups

"Prevention is better than cure", "A stitch in time saves nine" are well known adages. Today more emphasis is given on prevention of disease and promoting health awareness. In past some years there has been explosion in in knowledge about the causes and prevention of disease, which really made possible to detect many disease in early stages.

Basic health check up can detect such silent illness at early stage thereby helping an individual, to take up preventive or curative measures to lead healthy life. Gone are those days when a laboratory was mostly visited by sick patients. Now a days people can go to laboratory and get themselves screened for general health checkup. With advanced tests & technologies, clinical laboratories can help in identifying various disorders accurately which can be treated completely or at least the progress can be delayed.

10. Our Basic Health check up covers below Tests

  • Diabetic screen
  • Lipid Profile
  • Liver Profile
  • Renal Profile
  • Thyroid Profile