HOME AWAY FROM HOMELESSNESS & DRUG DEPENDENT (NIGHT SHELTER)

Homeless OR Houseless are those who live in “ the open or roadside, pavements, in hume-pipes, under flyovers and staircases or in the open places of worship, mandaps, railway platforms etc”.


SMMSSS is running 45 Shelters.


Out of the 45 Shelters, 38 Shelters have been earmarked to General, 5 Shelters to Women & 2 Shelters to Family. The Project is running in collaboration with Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board(DUSIB), Govt. of NCT of Delhi . Approximately 2,00,937 homeless people took benefits of it till date. In the year 2018-19 alone we rendered sheltering to 58,458 homeless men in Delhi.

SKILL TRAINING AND EMPLOYABILITY UNDER ACTION-AID

Manual Scavenging refers to the practice of manually cleaning, carrying,  disposing or handling in any manner, human excreta from dry latrines and  sewer. 

Manual Scavengers are amongst the poorest and most disadvantages communities in India.The practice of manual scavenging is linked to India’s system where so-called lower castes were expected to perform this job.  SMMSSS provided skill training to the total number of 63 Manual Scavengers in Delhi. 

The project was sponsored by ACTION-AID and was monitored by the District Magistrate, North East Delhi.  We have also been recognized on the International Level by THE GUARDIAN Newspaper from England for doing the best we  can do for the Manual Scavengers by this project.

MINORITY WELFARE AWARENESS CAMPS

Delhi Minorities Commission was set up as a Statutory Body by an Act called Delhi Minority Commission Act-1999 passed by Delhi Assembly.

In collaboration with Delhi Minorities Commission, SMMSSS has organized Awareness Camps in various parts of NCT of Delhi to enlighten minorities about their duties and rights, government schemes and to know their problems.   The awareness camps focused on various schemes for minorities like Central and State Government’s Scholarships, Fee reimbursement, stationery to help and various loan schemes.  SMMSSS conducted Minority Awareness Camps across Delhi  and also schools. Approximately 650 Candidates benefitted on this programme.

MAHILA PANCHAYAT

Manual Scavenging refers to the practice of manually cleaning, carrying,  disposing or handling in any manner, human excreta from dry latrines and  sewer. 

Manual Scavengers are amongst the poorest and most disadvantages communities in India.The practice of manual scavenging is linked to India’s system where so-called lower castes were expected to perform this job.  SMMSSS provided skill training to the total number of 63 Manual Scavengers in Delhi. 

The project was sponsored by ACTION-AID and was monitored by the District Magistrate, North East Delhi.  We have also been recognized on the International Level by THE GUARDIAN Newspaper from England for doing the best we  can do for the Manual Scavengers by this project.