Our missions is to help the vulnerable and poor, especially women, to gain direct control over and improve their lives through educational interventions primarily aimed at increasing people’s income earning ability.
Sampark’s approach is to adopt inclusive and empowering ways of working with the most marginalised groups in society that respect and promote equality. Our experience has shown us that effective development requires maintaining long term relationships with people and working to understand their needs and situation holistically in order to enable their self-driven journeys towards empowerment and self-sufficiency. Sampark achieves this by involving itself in two major interventions i.e. 1) Influencing and informing interventions and 2) Practical interventions at the field level
The development research and knowledge building helps in influencing development practice and policy; organize capacity building trainings programmes for development partners; and in publication and dissemination of good development practice. On the other hand, practical interventions to achieve financial & economic wellbeing; literacy and healthy living at the field level also provide a testing ground for these learnings. Thus, we emphasize a people centered integrated livelihood approach pointing the way directly towards adopting a facilitating role, developing local leadership, and supporting several pronged development projects.
Sampark is involved in the following key interventions: