Training organized by Sushma Foundation for women empowerment

SUSHMA FOUNDATION is a registered Trust which is registered under Indian Trust Act, 1882 bearing registration number 101/2011 date 20th April 2011, that was established by a group of Social workers with the basic objective of serving as a change among the people at large in a positive direction retaining however all that is noble and wholesome in the time-honoured tradition and valued-frame of our society, which is of course in a state of transition.


The society conducted many awareness programs in the areas of District Varanasi. People were informed about problems like Diabetes, AIDS, Blood Pressure, Heart Pressure, Cancer and many other health related problems and also distributes first medical aids to the poor people. We organize medical camps with the help of reputed doctors to provide free consultations, free medicines and various free tests. We have organized around 100-150 camps. Health Camps are one of the regular activities of our Society. It is being observed that health camps are very effective and fruitful for increasing health seeking behavior amongst the beneficiaries. Results we have been getting from the health camps are really wonderful. We provided general medicines to the patients treated through the health camps.


In East Uttar Pradesh, there is a big problem of polluted water. Under this pogramme, we organized the awareness camps for illiterate and poor people who are suffering from various diseases due to this polluted water. Chlorine, Bleaching Powder and potash was put in wells of Azamgarh and Varanasi areas and water Tankers were provided to the people of those areas by Sushma Foundation. With this, awareness was spread on cleanliness of water. Sushma Foundation organizes nukkad natak in different areas of Varanasi under Rajiv Gandhi Payjal Mission.

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