Welcome to Svackshee Sansthan
Svackshee Sansthan envisions a society where people are enabled and empowered to have understanding and control on their lives, which is free from social evils, prejudices and biases. This will help them to livea better life in all aspects.
About 50% (1.61 Lacs) of the population of Kishangarh Bas Block is from the minority community. The Muslims in this area are called Meos, a worrier sect in the past. Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribes also form a significant part of the population. Demographic expansion in the last decade or so is putting massive pressure on the inhabitants’ families.
The literacy rate in Mewat is appallingly low, particularly in case of Females. For Muslim women in Mewat, the literacy rate is roughly 1.76% to 2.13%, the lowest in the country, by any measures. The society has been traditionally a male dominated society and women are subjugated in the name of religion, traditions and customs.
Child marriage, dowry, illiteracy and skewed sex ratio are the present day manifestation of this traditional practice of gender oppression. Gender inequality is an established norm in this area. In most of the villages, TV and radio are banned due to religious beliefs.
To continue supporting education of at least 150 children per year, we look forward to generous financial, material and moral support