Society for Helping Integrity Network for Empowerment
SHINE NGO is an independent, voluntary, non-profit, non governmental charitable organisation working to better the lives of people living in India. Through a range of empowerment, welfare programmes encompassing education, health, skill devolpment awareness building and self-help projects, SHINE helps thousands of beneficiaries within Hyderabad and several nearby villages.
Empowerment of the marginalized through capacity building and sustianble rural and urban development programmes
- The social economic empowerment of women, youth belonging to the poor social sections. The programmer aims at securing equal opportunity, gender justice social security legal aid and economic of poor women.
- Promote sustainable development of the all round development of the poor, youth, children and disadvantage social sections.
- To establish vocational, self employment, skill development, technical institute in urban and rural areas.
- To organize village level income generate empowerment, awareness and training. Home for old age, orphans,
- to maintain self help groups system.
- To conduct health program mes in rural and urban areas.
- To work for the eradication of child labor.
- To organize improvement of living standards to the poor people in urban and rural areas.
- To conduct awareness, research and development on contemporary issues. Dialoging with the government authorities on proper implementation of various government development schemes.
To Empower women by helping them find livelihoods, better educate their children and improve their sense of well being
SHINE introduces the urban illiterate women to sustainable livelihoods and supports them in education of their children through an area based community model that retains the cultural and social identity of the women.
In today’s social environment in Hyderabad, India, under-privileged women in the lower strata of society are financially dependent. Families are going through hardships unable to sustain themselves and their children owing to illiteracy and lack of proper skills.