Society for Welfare & Advancement of Rural Generations
Health & Social Sector
Society for Welfare and Advancement of Rural Generations (SWARG), a Non Government organization is operating since 1995. It operates with the support of Governmental, National and International agencies. SWARG is primarily engaged in implementation of Health, Nutrition and various relevant development projects in order to improve the quality of lives of vulnerable and disadvantage sections of the society keeping gender sensitivity in mind.
Art & Culture Sector
The organization SWARG is pioneer in addressing the issues of Protecting, Preserving & Promoting the indigenious folk art forms of our country. The organization through its cultural unit 'SWARG Reportary' has done commendable job of the restoring and reviving the reach and vibrant cultural haritages of performing folk art forms through flagship programs namely-'Celebrating Nautanki', 'Rythm-Raas-Rang' & 'Bharat Lok Rang Mahotsav' which has been abundantly prased and published by leading Newspapers & Magazines of our nation.
Our Core values: Transparency, Accountability, Integrity, Innovation, Equity and inclusion.
Vision : The Vision of SWARG is to ensure 'Socio-Economic and Development of disadvantaged and neglected groups of the Society'.
Mission : The Mission is educating and motivating community participants to become active development actors through effective management of local resources rather than being passive recipient of development assistance and to acquire highest possible level of human development and security.
The Approach to work is through collaboration and partnership in order to impact the life of lakhs of people by creating awareness, knowledge management, imparting skills, mobilizing community for adopting best practices, increasing accessibility of the services and social entitlements. SWARG with support of national and development agencies - Dept. of Culture, Govt. of India, Edel Give Foundation, Sight Savers, Nutrition International, , UNICEF, Save the Children, W.J. Clinton Foundation, Care India, HLFPPT has implemented number of successful projects has executed large and small projects with equal finesse in the areas of Maternal, Child Health & Nutrition, Water, Sanitation & Health, Diarrhea control, Urban Health, Child rights, Adolescent Health Family Planning and Performing Folk Arts.
The key Strategies include people participation from all gender and age groups through the medium of innovative communication, capacity building of frontline worker and various committees at village level and facility level, developing community base monitoring mechanism, and creating social accountability and social capital.