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From Our Founders“Loksadhana is an effort towards our goal. We always knew the goal right from the beginning. We understood the needs of the people, the real pain points of the people living in villages and founded this trust in 1982. Education, rural health, agriculture, women empowerment and overall rural development are our main objectives. Now most of our students have established their own businesses. We taught them the entrepreneurial skills so that the talent does not wash away to the cities. We feel that our efforts have now started bearing fruits.”
Loksadhana’s Mission & Vision
In a small village, just off the Konkan coast nestled between a patch of hills you can hear the cackling of little children running home after school. Lokmanya Sarvajanik Dharmaday Nyas (Lokmanya Public Charitable Trust) is an NGO focusing on Education that runs a day-boarding and residential school for over 450 children from in and around Chikhalgaon village. Drawing from Tilak’s thoughts that education is the only foolproof path to development, a group of public spirited persons put their minds together and brought alive this Trust in 1982.
EducationAn ideal way to construct a prosperous nation is by educating the kids. This idea relentlessly drives us in our efforts to establish an education infrastructure in rural and tribal areas.
AgricultureOur concept of education does not limit to literacy only. Through our primary and secondary schools we groom students in technical areas, rural industries, agriculture and agro-processing sciences.
The villages around Chikhalgaon were deprived of any medical infrastructure until as late as the nineties. The trust promotes convenient and practicable Indian system of medicine.
Loksadhana conducts various programs in the village for women empowerment.
A Girl with a Book, a Pen and the guidance of a good teacher is the first step to the abolition of poverty.
Oftentimes, in villages, women are beaten up by their husbands and go through a lot of suffering due to their inability to get a well-paid job. Sometimes, also after unnatural death of their husbands, women are unable to raise their family and have to undergo hardships. However if we teach them to read and write they are not only able to get well-paid jobs, they can also become successful entrepreneurs.
Our aim at Loksadhana is to guide and train these women teach them various skills and make them self sufficient in their lives.
Our aim at Loksadhana is to disseminate the knowledge of the benefits of science and technological innovations to the rural sector by equipping them with the latest tools.
Loksadhana carries out various projects such as solar panel installation and other means of energy production.
In the community development efforts, we take step towards weaving a healthy social fabric. It helps individual with necessary social support and the society to resolve their common issues. The rural community is further strengthened through Women Empowerment.
Organising events and festivals have helped bringing people closer. Encouraging social and political formations like gram sabhas have helped them resolve their issues.
WHAT WE STAND FOR
Loksadhana is an NGO working for Children Education. Education is the foundation of a well developed nation. Investing in the education of underprivileged children will lead to creating successful citizens. These independent citizens will then become the backbone of a productive economy leading to economic growth.
Loksadhana Public Charitable Trust is an NGO working for children that works on educating the under privileged children from low income families in and around Chikhalgoan village, This NGO for Education is situated in Ratnagiri District, Taluka- Dapoli. Chikhalgoan is a birth place of Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak who laid the foundation of India’s Independence Movement during the British rule.
An ideal way to construct a prosperous nation is by educating the kids. This idea relentlessly drives us in our efforts to establish an education infrastructure in rural and tribal areas. Thus Loksadhana being propagated as active NGO working for Children
Dr. Raja Dandekar after completing his degree in Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) from Tilak Ayurveda College, Pune went to Chikhalgoan along with his wife Mrs. Renu Dandekar who is M.A. Scholar, M.Ed. and a Professor. The couple has worked relentlessly for the upbringing of the poor children in and around Chikhalgoan. They have provided them with education and healthcare facilities. Mrs. Renu Dandekar says, “The attempt to create a different educational structure from social perspective has been made in Chikhalgaon. Today, the country is in need of people thinking creatively, and therefore Loksadhana is carrying out work in that way.“
Aims and Objectives
Relief to Economically Backwards
Agricultural Development and Research
Research & Encouragement relating to the industrial fieldRelief to Economically Backwards
Creating Awareness regarding Family Planning
Encouragement and Development in the field of Artistic Skill, Games, etc.
Dr. Vijay Bhatkar
Chancellor of the Nalanda University
Dr. Bhavarlalji Jain
Founder, Jain Irrigation Systems Ltd
Dr. Pandurang Hari Vaidya
Senior Management, ICICI Bank