SVYM's Socio-Economic Empowerment Program supports the development of self-reliant, informed, and
engaged individuals and groups in rural and tribal communities. It was established in the 1980s when SVYM
expanded beyond just providing health care and added a focus on addressing the root causes of the
community's problems. With a special emphasis on youth and women's empowerment, the SEEP department
seeks to enhance local awareness for social, political, and economic issues and catalyze community progress on
the path of development.
Through programs in tribal development, public transparency, and community radio, SEEP expands social and economic opportunities for rural and tribal communities, works with communities to eradicate corruption in local government, and spreads information and awareness on local issues to promote real and lasting change.
The Tribal Development Program works to promote the well being of tribal communities through three..
The Community Movement Against Corruption empowers community members with knowledge about their right to information. Read more..
What we do Socio-Economic Empowerment Program