Ensuring Social and Economic Security.
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
The program reach and impact are depicted below.
Below are the areas in which we work.
It provides a platform for the community to express & resolve their issues.
Conducts Awareness Programs about health and education for the Women, youth and children.
Livelihood training for women & youth.
Encourage and support agricultural activities among tribal community.
Provided Advocacy support for the 34 tribals elected in the Gram Panchayath elections.
We've reached more than 18,000 tribal population through various SEEP activities.
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We are thankful for the synergistic partnerships and the philanthropic efforts of our stakeholders which has helped us touch many lives.
I studied in Viveka Tribal Center for Learning (VTCL) from 3rd std to 10th std where I underwent IBT training in Electronics & Mechanics . After 10th std I got an opportunity to study in Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF) in Bengaluru. I am grateful for the support & contribution of my school & SVYM for helping me achieve my dream.
Pramila J P, Alumni - Viveka Tribal Center for Learning
Three things I would particularly emphasise about SVYM are its Economic model, Professionalism, and Financial transparency & accountability. SVYM is really a metaphor for the change which we wish to see in India.
Justice M N Venkatachaliah, Former Chief Justice of Supreme Court of India
Your work in SVYM exemplifies the best of the US-India partnership and your people-to people ties. Thank You again for the opportunity to visit your organization, and for all that you do to empower communities
Mr. Richard R Verma, Former Ambassador of the USA to India (In his letter to Dr. R Balasubramaniam post his visit to SVYM)
5 years ago one of my friends introduced us to SVYM and we were overwhelmed with the work they have done. It shows us all the hard work and efforts put in by Dr. R Balasubramaniam and his team members over the years. It demonstrates the sacrifices they have made in order to provide better facilities for the deprived community. Their work has inspired us to support them.
Mr. Ashok Nanjappa, Donor Partner
We realized that there is so much more to do beyond working at MNCs.
Ms Shwetha, Alumni – Masters in Development Management
The concept of human and social capital is now very important for me and I firmly believe that building people’s capabilities and providing opportunities is a crucial way to help those in need.
Ms. Anna - Externship Semester program,Cornell University