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One Stop Center

Beneficiaries: Women

Description: One Stop Centres (OSCs) are intended to support women affected by violence, in private and public spaces, within the family, community and at the workplace. Women facing physical, sexual, emotional, psychological and economic abuse, irrespective of age, class, caste, education status, marital status, race and culture will be facilitated with support and redressal..

Location: Parbhani

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Child Help Line

Beneficiaries: Children

Description: In India, many a time, children fall victim to child abuse, child labor, and several other problems. The much-needed relief and support mechanism are not readily available to these children.

Location: Parbhani

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Centre for Excellence

Beneficiaries: Children

Description: The Centre of Excellence program was an initiative taken to disseminate the “Miracle Foundation Method” to as many children homes as possible across the state of Maharashtra. It was done to empower the children’s homes to upscale the quality of their child care and development along with governance and operations..

Location: Maharashtra

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Education Key

Beneficiaries: Children

Description: We believe EDUCATION is the key for socio-economic development of every society. Child education and development needs to be tackled holistically with a multi-pronged approach to bring the desired constructive change in the society. With the same thought in mind, SEDT with the support of YOJANA Project Help, Netherlands since last 10 years has been implementing the project- ‘EDUCATION KEY’ in 92 villages of Palam block of Parbhani district of Marathwada region in Maharashtra state..

Location: Parbhani

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Improving Health Status of the Village Community

Beneficiaries:Women and Adolescent Girls

Description: Health is a crucial indicator of social development. It is also a major segment of human capital. But, unfortunately, the health status of the majority of community members in this area is far from satisfactory. In spite of various health policies and infrastructure, the threat of communicable and fatal diseases keeps increasing. After the new economic reforms, the public expenditure on health has steadily declined and the burden of health care is increasingly falling on poor families and individuals. In simple terms, this means that healthcare becomes an unaffordable commodity for the poor.