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PGSS was awarded with Certificate of Appreciation for "Innovation in Programming" by IGSSS during the partners meeting held at Guwahati in 2016 Read More
PGSS won First Prize at National Level competition for the best Annual Report, organized by Caritas India in Bangalore Read More
District level WASH Forum Meeting in Kushinagar was held on 21 August 2016. Read More
Visit of Manos Unidas delegates from Spain scheduled from 03/10/2016 to PGSS Read More
Training on Result Based Management (RBM) was held at PGSS with the support of ASK New Delhi for all the Project Staff Read More
International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD) was celebrated on 3rd December 2015 in Gorakhpur. 1755 Children with Disabilities and Persons with Disabilities joined for the celebration. Read More
International Women's Day- 2016 was celebration in all the Community Centres of PGSS in all Seven Districts of Gorakhpur- Basti Divisions Read More
Visit of CBM Delgates from New Zealand from 03-08th October, 2016 on Disability Inclusive Organic Farming Activities Read More
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Empowerment of the Marginalized People of the society, especially the Dalits, Women and Children through a process of awareness, organization and collective actions for raising their socio-political, educational, economic, health status and promotion of safe environment

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A process of animation among women and men to become aware, form and organize into groups and federations and to take actions for integrated, participatory and sustainable development

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Skill Development of drop-out Youths:

Youth forms one of the most vital groups of the society. But the real potential of this section remains dormant especially when the youth are deprived of education and skills. For mainstreaming the vulnerable youth in the mainstream of society, the organisaiton has recently taken up the task of capacitating drop-out youth through skill development. Eligible drop-out youth have been identified from the villages and linked to the training centres of the organisation to undertake skills building programs. These include:

• Driving and four-wheeler mechanism
• Electric work
• Plumbing
• Carpentry
• Jewellery making
• Tailoring and embroidery,
• Apparel and garment manufacturing,
• Beautician
• Mushroom Cultivation and Vermi Compost Production.

After completing the courses, the trainees are also guided to find suitable employment or undertake self-employment. The task is aimed at reducing the vulnerability of the youth by enabling them to access skills and a sustainable income. The agencies like Ministry of Rural Development, GoI, FVTRS, Bangalore and UKSVK have been supporting the organisation to empower the vulnerable youth.

 

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