"Bringing basic healthcare, education, gender equality, and economic empowerment to the doorstep of the needy"
The mission of Sukarya is to ensure equitable access to quality health services for all, including the poorest sections of society, especially women, adolescents, and children. All our interventions are designed and implemented to meet the following objectives:
To improve maternal-child health & nutrition
To advocate, promote, and sensitize communities to Primary Health Care, Reproductive Child Health and Family Planning.
To advocate, encourage, and guide positive health-seeking behavior, emphasizing physical, mental, and social well-being.
Empower women by strengthening their physical and emotional well-being and economic stability.
Sukarya has been working on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) since 1998 before the UN announced to meet the needs or world's poorest by 2015. Currently, UN has called on countries to achieve the SDGs by 2030, and Sukarya continues to integrate these goals in India.