Programs

The nature of programmes in Sharana have always been a consequence or a reaction to a specific need. Whether a rural setting or an urban slum as an organisation we believe in being facilitators to issues that the target group themselves identify as areas that need attention or solutions. While we work on these points we also are keenly aware of the necessity to adapt and also realise when an issue, a programme or an activity has reached its logical or natural conclusion. We firmly believe that the yardstick of a good programme is a quantifiable and qualitative change and development in the ground reality.

You can contribute!
Volunteer

Sharana receives several volunteers every year, particularly from Europe and the United States. Volunteers bring new energy and skill-sets to the organization, along with stories and experiences from other parts of the world.

Childrens Empowerment
At the core of Sharana’s work is a commitment to enable children to fully claim their rights to education. Too often, children’s education from socio-economically disadvantaged families is neglected, often charged with the responsibility of caring for younger siblings, or earn. Sharana seeks to create an infrastructure that supports them and enables them to enroll or resume their formal education.
Rural Development
To help children obtain their rights to education means supporting families who then do not need their children to work to supplement family incomes. That, in turn, means addressing childcare, medical, nutritional, emotional, economic, and other needs, as well as creating spaces where communities can gather to attend to the issues that concern them.
You can contribute!
Volunteer

Sharana receives several volunteers every year, particularly from Europe and the United States. Volunteers bring new energy and skill-sets to the organization, along with stories and experiences from other parts of the world.