The computer training programme is an important part of Sahithi’s digital campaign. With the help of donations received, the organisation is engaged in providing vocational training in this field. The computer classes are very popular amongst the youth and have a strong presence ......
Sahithi Foundation NGO has provided vocational training to adolescent girls in Hand embroidery. The training centre has been established in Singapur village. About 33 adolescent girls have been trained in Hand embroidery for sarees, blouses and dress material.
Sahithi Foundation NGO has formed 145 Self Help Groups (SHGs) for the Women consisting of women in Huzurabad Mandal of Karimnagar District under this programme formation of new SHGs, strengthening of the groups and their capacity building.
Haritha Haram is a noble initiative by the Telangana Government to introduce large scale reformation in the field of agriculture and forestry to improve the green cover which has a tremendously positive impact on the ecological.
Sahithi Foundation conducted free health camps in villages to spread awareness about HIV/AIDS. Many of these villages have no healthcare facilities or even a qualified healthcare worker to help the people with this.
Sahithi Foundation conducts the Skill Development Programme with the help of donations received. Employment is a major problem in our nation. Therefore, Sahithi has designed a programme to cater to the skill development of youth.
This programme is conducted every year on May 31st . Through this programme we engage and empower the youth in the anti-tobacco awareness campaigns. It helps to create awareness on tobacco control and prevention among their peers and community.
The General Secretary of Sahithi Foundation, Shri. Ramula Komuraiah arranged a grand welcome and honored senior poets. Around 300 members participated in this programme. The poets addressed the audience about poems, their poets and the importance of poetry.
Our team of volunteers and specialists (many of whom are low vision/blind themselves) are highly trained in low vision and blind skills techniques and strategies, providing solutions to all aspects of maintaining one’s independence.
In this study we evaluated a 7-month community-based non pharmacological lifestyle intervention to prevent/reduce the risk of developing diabetes and its complications in a resource-poor village in Telangana, India.