Synergy Sansthan

Synergy Sansthan is youth led organization working with and for children, adolescents and youth from marginalized communities to nurture their full potential.

  • Bronze Certified 2023
  • FCRA
  • 80G
  • 12A
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  • Headquarters

    Harda, Madhya Pradesh

  • Since


Vision: “To build a society that is healthy, educated, free of exploitation, equivalent, legitimate, harmonious and peaceful” Mission: “Creating se Read morecure and empowering spaces for marginalized children, adolescents, and youth in rural, tribal, and semi-urban areas where they can explore, experiment, realize, and develop their full potential to take inclusive leadership for a legitimate, equivalent, and peaceful society”


With a team of 31 members and with the support of 800 volunteers, SYNERGY has directly impacted more than 10000 youth and children in around 300 tribal and non-tribal villages.


  • Youth and Adolescents Programme

    Changelooms.Childrights offers a 12-month fellowship for change-makers driving positive social impact. Fellows devote at least 10 days/month to projects, with workshops, mentors, and monthly reviews for progress. Udaan empowers rural tribal women (16-24) through a year-long journey, nurturing self-awareness, leadership, and challenging societal norms. Yuvaalaya, a Youth Resource Center in Harda, M.P., fosters community engagement, empowering youth as active contributors. Darpan focuses on tribal adolescents' sexual & reproductive health rights in Khargone's Jhirniya block, raising awareness and support for sickle cell anaemia. "We are citizens" strengthens civic education in Harda Government schools, creating informed and responsible citizens. "My Life mere faisle" addresses child marriage through a psycho-social approach, empowering Youth Facilitators and Peer Ambassadors in Harda and Khargone districts.

  • Community Action Programme

    It aims to empower youth and children from the Korku tribe in Harda district, Madhya Pradesh, to meet their needs and contribute to their villages' and communities' development. Focusing on tribal rights and Sustainable Development Goals, particularly in health, education, land, and livelihood.

    Hamari Siksha, or "आले इठू (Hamari Shiksha)," focuses on ensuring quality education in Government schools where Korku and Gond children study. The project adopts a pedagogy that prioritizes teaching children in their mother tongue or home language before transitioning to the school's medium of instruction. Local community institutions, like School Management Committee (SMC), Village Education Committee (VEC), Mothers’ Committee (MC), and Community Collective (CC), play a significant role in strengthening and ensuring quality education in schools. Currently operational in three education clusters of Timarni block.

  • Collective Action Programme

    Samvidhan Live aims to promote constitutional values among children through a five-week campaign. Students and youth participate in workshops on constitutional values, rights, and responsibilities, implementing small action projects. They work in pairs, earning points for quality tasks, with rewards for the winners. Around 40 adolescents join annually.

    Unmanifesto encourages year-round political engagement for youth beyond elections. Voices of diverse youth are collected, and leaders are invited to include these demands in manifestos. A follow-up process assesses elected governments' performances on promises.

    Child Rights Campaign spreads awareness of children's rights, collaborating with the administration for affirmative action. Volunteers conduct flash mobs, street plays, sports, and talent shows, and interact with children and administration. This week-long campaign is held annually from 14th to 20th November.

Impact Metrics

  • Youth Directly Impacted by Changelooms

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    Child Rights Programme

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 1000
    • 2020-21 480
  • Number of Youth Participated in Youth Resource Centres (Yuvaalaya)

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 1500
    • 2020-21 2500
    • 2021-22 5000
  • Girls Benefitted From Udaan Project

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 800
    • 2020-21 3080
    • 2021-22 1200
  • Students Reached by We Are Citizen Programme

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 1000
    • 2020-21 1500
    • 2021-22 2100
  • Youth Directly Impacted by Ekys Program

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2018-19 500
    • 2019-20 1250

Leadership Team

  • Vimal Jat

    Chief Executive Officer

  • Ajay Pandit

    Co - Founder

  • Vishnu Prashad Jaiswal

    Co-founder & Director

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  • PAN Card


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  • VO ID / Darpan ID


  • 12A


  • 80G


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  • Headquarters

    Ward no. 19, Maharana Pratap Ward, Harda, 461331

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  • 2022-23

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