Health & Education for Less Privileged

Samata Pratishthan School

The events of social and political transformation created need of constructive movement for the uplifting the socio-economically backward people in the rural area of the yeola taluka. The transformation movement has to be constructive and not only a resistant fight. The result was that we established the SAMATA PRATISHTHAN on 3rd January 1987.3rd January is the birthday of Savitribai Phule, the first lady teacher who lit the flame of educational revolution in the country.

Since the establishment, SAMATA PRATISHTHAN gives priority to the welfare activities such as social awareness, education, eradication of blind faiths, creating environmental awareness, organizing health checkup and blood donation camps, awareness on disabilities, promoting Mahila saving groups, encouraging personality development of rural youths, self employment, soil and water conservation and tree plantation on waste land etc.