Our Activities


Health Welfare and Awareness

Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and nutrition of children and women in tribal and marginalized areas. We understand the importance of proper nutrition for the development of children and the well-being of mothers during pregnancy. Lack of proper nutrition can lead to a host of health problems, especially in children and pregnant women. At our organization, we provide lactogen to children who may not be receiving enough nutrients from their regular diet, and we educate newlywed women about the importance of iron and folic acid supplements during pregnancy. We believe that by providing access to proper nutrition, we can improve the overall health and well-being of the communities we serve.

Suposhan Evam Swastha Bharat Pariyojana

Suposhan Evam Swastha Bharat Pariyojana is a significant initiative undertaken by Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti to promote the health and well-being of children in about 40 villages of Shivpuri, M.P. We have categorized the children into three age groups: 0 to 5, 6 to 10, and 11 to 19. 

For the first group, we identify children suffering from malnutrition and provide them with suitable nutrition supplements like lactogen. We also educate their parents about the importance of breastfeeding during infancy for the child’s growth. 

For the second group of children aged 6 to 10, we counsel their parents on their overall care, including food, nutrition, and other health issues. We also monitor their weight and height, and if any of them are diagnosed with malnutrition, we admit them to NRC and provide nutrition supplements accordingly. 

For the third age group of adolescents aged 11 to 19, we work on identifying the dropouts and connecting them with Anganwadis. We provide them with iron tablets and other healthcare facilities required for their physical and mental growth. To promote our Suposhan Evam Swastha Bharat Pariyojana, we have been running 125 Nandgarh projects in the Barmer and Jalor districts of Rajasthan.


Organizing Health Camp

As Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti is committed to promoting the health and well-being of children and women, our Suposhan Sakhis play a vital role in achieving this goal by organizing health camps in communities and identifying malnourished children. Through these camps, our Suposhan Sakhis work with doctors to provide free nutrition supplements and healthcare services to children in need. They are tirelessly working to identify malnourished children, diagnose their related health issues, and educate their parents about the importance of nutrition. They are passionate about creating a healthier future for children by empowering communities and promoting good health practices. We believe that healthy children and women are the foundation of a prosperous society, and we are dedicated to improving their health and well-being.

Awareness of Anaemia and Hemoglobin Test

Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti conducts awareness camps on anemia for both girls and boys in various communities. Anemia is a condition that occurs when your body doesn’t have enough red blood cells to carry oxygen to your organs and tissues. It is one of the most common blood disorders affecting people worldwide, especially women and children. We also organize hemoglobin testing camps for rural people including adolescents and school students to diagnose anemia and raise awareness about the usefulness of moringa in increasing hemoglobin levels in the blood. As a part of this initiative, the NGO provides 100 grams of moringa at affordable rates of 10 to 20 rupees to the community members. The goal is to promote the importance of proper nutrition and increase awareness about anemia prevention and management.

Skill Development Program

Self-dependency and financial stability are crucial for the empowerment of women in any society. Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti is dedicated to promoting women’s skill development programs, including collaborating with self-help groups (SHGs) and providing training in agriculture or any other subjects to build careers. We have partnered with Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK) to offer comprehensive free training that empowers women to take up farming as a viable livelihood option. We aim to provide women with the necessary skills and resources to become financially independent and play an active role in their community’s growth and development.

Awareness of Hygiene Through Soap Banks

Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti believes that hygiene and sanitation are essential for a healthy lifestyle, especially for children. We have initiated a unique approach to promote hygiene habits by establishing Soap Banks in various schools, including government schools where children often lack sanitation facilities. We collect a nominal fee of one rupee per month from the children and purchase soaps for them. In addition to promoting healthy habits among children, we also extend our efforts to the women of rural areas who are often unaware of the importance of sanitation and hygiene.  Through this initiative, we not only provide the children with basic hygiene supplies but also encourage healthy habits. We believe that small steps can make a big difference in promoting a healthy and hygienic lifestyle. 

Kitchen Garden and Seed Distribution

Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti is empowering people including children and women in rural areas through our Kitchen Garden program. We distribute seeds and provide training on how to plant and maintain a vegetable garden to promote nutrition and fight against malnutrition. We encourage them to plant a variety of vegetables such as drumsticks, tomatoes, brinjal, ladyfingers, green chilies, and gourds. This initiative helps combat malnutrition and ensures that families have access to fresh, healthy produce. Through this program, we aim to empower women to take charge of their families’ nutritional needs and promote self-sufficiency.

Handcrafted Activities with Children

With the collaboration of local Anganwadis, Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti is trying to advance the learning process of rural kids. At Anganwadi centers, we engage the children in art and craft activities to encourage their creativity and imagination. We organize various activities such as paper crafts, origami, painting, and drawing. The main motive behind this initiative is to develop their motor skills and cognitive abilities by providing a fun and interactive learning environment for children and to enhance their skills and holistic growth and development.

Promoting Breastfeeding

Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti is working towards promoting the practice of exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a newborn’s life. Our Suposhan Sakhis and other members are raising awareness of this fact among the new mothers and their families by educating them that breastfeeding is a vital part of infant and young child health, as it provides essential nutrients, boosts immunity, and improves both the physical and cognitive growth of the child. We believe that by encouraging and supporting breastfeeding, we can contribute to building healthier and happier communities.

Awareness of Water Sanitation

Access to clean drinking water is essential for a healthy life. Shaktishali Mahila Sangthan Samiti has taken a significant initiative to promote the importance of water sanitation. We have set up RO plants and running 124 RO Projects in Barmer, Rajasthan that provide 20 liters of pure drinking water at an affordable cost of 5 rupees. We also offer repair services if the plant malfunctions. With our efforts, we aim to raise awareness for drinking pure and safe water of RO and improve the overall health and well-being of the community by ensuring access to clean and safe drinking water.


Awareness Against Addiction

We are also working for addiction or mental health of the community in Shivpuri and sheopur district, Madhya Pradesh. On the occasion of ‘World Tobacco Prohibition Day’, Shakti Shali Mahila Sangathan sensitized one hundred adolescent girls in Survaya Ravi, Shivpuri. The main purpose of celebrating ‘World No Tobacco Day’ is to spread awareness among people about the dangers of tobacco and its negative effects on health. Not only this, campaigns had to be run against the bad effects of nicotine, tobacco and alchohol business on the environment and to reduce the diseases and deaths caused by it. Shakti Shali Mahila Sangathan organized an awareness camp in Survaya, in which a hundred villagers were made aware not to consume tobacco and alchohol. Program coordinator Ravi Goyal said that ‘World Tobacco Prohibition Day’ is celebrated every year on 31st May. On this special day, awareness is spread all over the world about the dangers of tobacco, alchohol and other drugs. All the information about how to use it can harm the body is given on this special day. According to the World Health Organisation, every year around 8 million people around the world die due to diseases caused by tobacco use.

The field coordinator of Shaktishali Mahila Sangathan’s team Dharma Giri, Purushottam, Babita, Nutrition Champion, youth and adolescent girls of the village participated in the programme.

Drug Addiction And Mental Health

Expressing concern about the continuous spread of drugs in the society, Dr. Pawan Jain CMHO said that the young generation is greatly influenced by drugs. Program convenor Shakti Shali Mahila Sangathan “Ravi Goyal” said that ten villages in which drug de-addiction and mental health awareness program was run by the organization are mainly Nohari Kala, Patara, Binega, Survaya, Birpur, Amarkhoa, Chandanpura, Chitaurikhurd, Chitora and Banskhedi. The aim of this program is that drug addiction is increasing rapidly among today’s youth. As a result of which controversies and incidents are taking place in the society.

Also said that excessive anger is also a mental disease, getting angry on every matter is a mental disease, worrying without any reason is also a mental disease, a mental patient is not the same person who is tied with chains. Addiction is such a harmful thing that it destroys the whole family. Sambhavi Jain, research fellow in Bangalore, said on this topic that the program for freedom from intoxication is very useful and meaningful. An appeal is being made to the drug addicts not to take drugs after going home, along with making Asha workers aware through de-addiction songs.

Camp for De-Addiction

“De-addiction, awareness campaign” was launched by the Shakti Shali Mahila Sangathan jointly with the district administration and health department under the tribal-dominated ten villages of Shivpuri under the drug-free program. Hundreds of tribal families were made aware with poster-banners of de-addiction. During this, work was done to make common people aware of the side effects of drugs through slogans. Uday Aggarwal, who came from Gwalior in the program, said that the young generation is getting attracted very quickly towards drugs, which is very dangerous for our country and society. A lot of initiative is being taken by the organization for awareness, which deserves congratulations. Drug addiction has to be removed from society, by this our country can progress manifold. In the programme, Arpit Bansal, the doctor of the mind room posted in the district hospital, said that every section of the society will have to come forward to save it from drugs, otherwise the society will have to face the ill-effects of drugs. Appealing to participate in the de-addiction campaign, said that the information about the drug dealers should be given to the police.

If the cooperation of the police is also taken in this, very good results will be obtained, as well as provided information on mental stress and mental health, especially through the camp, and he said that drug addicts are also mentally ill, they also need treatment. He praised the drug de addiction campaign on the field of Shakti Shali Mahila Sangathan and saw the work on the ground himself. In the program, along with the entire team of Shakti Shali Mahila Sangathan Karan Singh, Namrata Jadon, ASHA workers, Aganwadi workers, a hundred women and girls from the community ensured their active participation in the program.