Satat is a Delhi based non-government organization registered under the Society Act 1860 on 1st Aug. 1997. Satat means ‘continuous’ in Hindi and as our motto ‘Satat Prayas’ and ‘Satat Vikas’ suggests, we design and implement interventions to empower indiviuduals, build capacities and work towards sustainable futures for all. Satat has 80G certification and also FCRA since 2015. SATAT runs its intervention programs in the private colony and seven slums in and around Srinivaspuri, New Delhi. Besides, it also supports a girl’s school in rural area of Gorakhpur District, Uttar Pradesh. It is a national level NGO founded and managed by experienced professionals from all walks of life.
We regularly team up with experienced professionals from social development/humanitarian sectors, voluntary organizations, corporate sector, universities, college research institutions and government. We particularly focus on designing interventions that work towards empowering women and building healthy environments for our children.
Since its inception, Satat is in tunes with its vision and mission, to empower women and children to take control of their lives, equipping them with access to quality education, livelihood/vocational training programs, adult and non-formal education programs. Satat has carried out action research successfully and strives to bring social change in humble way.
SATAT run programs for 7 slums in & around Srinivaspuri, New Delhi, India. Besides, it runs other programs in different parts of India. By Coordinating our efforts in grassroots mobilization, capacity building, action-oriented research and policy level intervention and through networking with local, national, regional partners – we work towards making change in the sectors of education, health, well being and livelihoods.
By Coordinating our efforts in grassroots mobilization, capacity building, action-oriented research, policy level intervention and by networking with local, national, regional partners – we work towards making change in all sectors and levels of society.
Aim and Objectives
The aim of Satat is bring in social change in a humble way. It envisions to empower, the youth, women and children from the marginalized sections of the society. The efforts are made in the field of education, health, skills and livelihoods and overall wellbeing. These are achieved through capacity building, vocational training, skill building, workshops, and training of teachers, seminars and appropriate interventions. Satat also carries out action and applied research, advocacy and policy research. Satat collaborates with the local, regional, national partners. Satat has been addressing social issues and has been supported by various organizations, institutions and government agencies and ministries.