We welcome you to the organizational website of Social Research and Upliftment (SRU India). The organization is registered under ‘Societies Act XII of 1860’ at New Delhi, India. The founders of SRU India are a group of social development professionals; who way back in 2011 gathered for the cause of health, well being and overall development of fellow indiviuals coming from below poverty line families of SC/ST, backward classes and minorities in 5 districts of North Bihar. The inclusive approach adopted there got recognition from government, national and international development agencies, academicia and CSOs/NGOs. Thus to impart the national outlook to this initiative and serve more marginalized and vulnerable families, SRU India was formed at national capital.
Today, besides implementing four organizational flagship programs on health, nutrition, gender and livelihood; SRU India by nurturing 192 JANHIT (Joint Action Network for Health Innovations and Transition) partners reaching to 100 backward districts across 7 states (Bihar, Haryana, Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal) of India.MEET OUR TEAMS
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SRU India is led by a group of trained and experienced social development professionals. After spending seven odd years at grassroots, the group has learnt to drive the development agenda from national level by building skills of the district level CSOs/NGOs and guiding them to result oriented implementation of the social development projects. Now, the organization possess expertise of designing and implementing high impact projects/program, expertise on issues related to health, nutrition, gender and sexual violence, hygiene and sanitation, livelihood and environmental protection. In next 10 years; SRU India intends to attain excellence in the areas of program implementation and social research by adopting innovative strategies to reach the unreached population in the country.
SRU India is a responsible and equal opportunity organization. Its financials and utilization is open for accessing any government and non-government agencies and individual after paying Rs.250/- as handing charges to the organization.
SRU India is being run under the guidance of key organizational policies approved by its governing body. Some of the relevant policies are; a) Partnership Policy, b) Sexual Harassment Policy, c) Child Protection Policy, d) Project Implementation and Monitoring Policy, e) Human Resource policy, f) Finance Policy, g) Procurement Policy and f) Resource handling and Anti-Bribery Policy
Irrespective of size of donations; SRU India is committed to share the progresses of its initiatives to its donors on quarterly basis via e-mails.
My experience of volunteering at SRU India in Lalitpur, Uttar Pradesh is full of learning oriented. Helped in awareness generation on pregnancy care among less educated, poor families; that I believe hardly get opportunity to interact in respectful manner. This engagement made me a responsible citizen!
I am engaged with SRU India as volunteer to end violence against girls and women which is common within household as well as in society too. I conducted few programs in Alwar district and covered it in my newspaper for wider dissemination of message. Felt returning investments of society on me a much relevant manner. Hope to continue as SRU India Volunteer in future also.
Besides my hectic service industry life; I wanted to do something for the society. Thanks to Happy ‘Mother, Healthy Child Program’ of SRU India; I got opportunities to interact with many groups of women who are usually housewives in poor household. Realized; they need knowledge of health issues and confidence in her own life. I tried to help them with this…., a proud moment for me!!!
The work of SRU India is commendable; there is a lack of awareness on health related issues in Delhi & Rajasthan area which had shortage of such programs.