Samarpan is a social and cultural Non Governmental and non profit making organization working for more than last 7 years to improve the quality of society and life of children.
It is registered under Indian Trust Act 1882. It was established in 23rd Sep. 2005. But it was registered as a trust on 28th December 2006. In 2005 itself the organization took up activities of making people aware, sensitive and creative in both rural and urban areas of Giridih & Koderma District. The organization believes that people cannot struggle on issues and against exploitation and oppression on their own.
It found it necessary that its activists take up the issues and organize the people so as to enable them to get their right. At the moment the organization takes up issues and concentrates its activities in Giridih, Koderma, Sahebganj, Dhanbad, Hazaribagh, Plamu, Garwah and Bokaro District of Jharkhand. The organization initiated its efforts to strengthen youth groups as a tool of social mobilization.
The concept of egalitarian society has always eluded the civil society. Most of them have advocated that it is almost impossible to hope for one such society yet we can always try to attempt to mould the existing world order for the betterment of the society and of late number of civil society organization which have originated and scaled up themselves to cater to the need of the societies and its most deprived classes. These organization, how known as nongovernmental organizations are the result of positive effort of a group of dedicated workers drawn from different social disciplines effectively channeled in the right direction
An egalitarian society where there is freedom and justice tempered by values of love and happiness.
To organization exploited and oppressed people of Jharkhand so that, they could control natural resources, work for decentralization of poor, self rule and self-reliance to bring in an egalitarian society based in freedom and justice this should tempered with values of love and happiness.
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Mr. Indramani SahuInder