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PGSS was awarded with Certificate of Appreciation for "Innovation in Programming" by IGSSS during the partners meeting held at Guwahati Read More
PGSS won First Prize at National Level competition for the best Annual Report, organized by Caritas India in Bangalore Read More
International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPwD) was celebrated on 02nd December 2017 in Gorakhpur. 2792 Children/Persons with Disabilities joined for the celebration. Read More
International Women's Day- 2017 was celebration in all the Community Centres of PGSS in all Seven Districts of Gorakhpur- Basti Divisions Read More
State Award for PGSS: State Government of U.P. awarded PGSS for creating ‘barrier-free environment' Read More
Fr Varghese(Director of PGSS) received the State Award on 03/12/17 from Hon’ble Chief Minister of UP Read More
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Vision:

We visualize a society based on justice, gender equity and fullness of life for all.

Mission:

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

Strategy:

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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Nav Yuvak Sangharsh Mandal:

The Youth clubs strives to tap the strength of the adolescent boys for the benefit of the community and the groups These volunteers have been organized into village level group called Nav Yuvak Sangharsh Mandal. They bodies have elected office bearers. The members have been orientated and capacitated by the organisation on their roles and responsibilities and pertinent issues of the local area. Through regular monthly meetings, the groups discuss and take up social issues like village cleaning for keeping the diseases away, meetings the panchayat representatives to conduct panchayat meetings, meeting the government officials to appraise them on the village condition or any other pertinent issue in favour of the village community. These groups thus form the platform of collective actions for ameliorating the socio-economic conditions of the village. The present strength of the youth groups is 48 with 705 members.

 

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