Sampark is an Indian based, non-profit, non-governmental organization registered under the below
- Societies Registration Act 1960 (Reg. No.333/91-92)
- FCRA (Reg. No. 094420674).
- Registered under Section 80G of Income Tax Act (AABAS1955LF20214)
- Registered under Section 12A (AABAS1955LE20206)
- Registration for CSR activities (CSR00002408)
Sampark’s mission is to help vulnerable and poor people, especially women, to gain direct control over and improve their lives. This is achieved through educational interventions primarily aimed at increasing people’s income earning ability
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Sampark works towards enhancing the voice of women, with the philosophy that all women, men and children have the basic human rights to dignity and self-determination, and that all people should have the opportunity and choice to enhance their own potential and well-being.
- Work with 7,000 low-income women, devadasis (deprived of human rights) in Koppal, Karnataka through the Self-Help Group (SHG) model. The SHGs are federated into 3 Self Reliant Cooperatives, registered with the government of Karnataka
- Work with 900 low incomes, scheduled caste rural women (socio-economically disadvantaged) in Chiraigaon Block, near Varanasi, UP in creating sustainable livelihoods.
WHAT SAMPARK DOES ?
Sampark creates awareness among migrant workers about their entitlements in various sectors such as health, education, finance, social security and legal aid, and increases access to these entitlements to improve their livelihoods. These are achieved through the setting up of Workers Resource Centres (WRCs), and implementing activities of awareness raising, information provision, and linkages.
WRC is the one-stop place for migrant workers for all their information needs and required support to access their entitlements. Sampark runs 3 WRCs in Bangalore and operates a migrant support helpline 080-68972050 to provide them the convenience to access information from anywhere.
Construction sites within the reach of WRCs are approached by field team to offer services to construction workers. Various awareness programmes and health camps are conducted at site/labor colonies. Sampark currently works in 70 labour colonies in various locations in Bangalore.