Sahbhagi Shikshan Kendra

Empowers civil society through people-centered development, fostering partnerships, sharing ideas, and prioritizing target group engagement

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  • Headquarters

    Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh

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Sahbhagi Shikshan Kendra (SSK) was established in 1990 with the aim of promoting and reinforcing civil society organizations in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Read moreand Jharkhand. The organization focuses on enhancing the capacities of CSOs through a people-centric approach that centers around individuals within developmental initiatives. Core to its values is the principle of partnering and mutually sharing information with target groups. SSK collaborates with grassroots organizations dedicated to driving social change. Partners receive support in the form of Capacity Building through the arrangement of training programs, workshops, and comprehensive assistance for their initiatives. SSK also conducts studies, disseminates information, and executes programs related to important and dynamic developmental matters to complement its efforts and enrich its knowledge base. SSK adheres to a participatory developmental philosophy that emphasizes the involvement of the community in self-governance. This approach is seen as crucial for fostering institution building, ensuring accountability, and promoting sustainability. The organization holds the belief in returning power to the community's hands.


The Skill enhancement programme for teachers has trained 300 teachers in 2 districts. This will benefit over 10,000 students. The Functional Literacy programme has educated 4000 women in 14 Gram Panchayats and 110 Villages. The Disaster Risk Reduction programme has benefitted 25000 people in over 4000 households in 25 Villages. Till date, over 13,000 youth have been trained and over 5,000 have been placed.


  • Coalition on Child Rights and Development (CCRD)

    The foundation ensures the enhanced enrollment of out-of-school children and organizes district-level workshops focused on increasing child enrollment. They support the strategic planning of School Chalo Abhiyaan, emphasizing the need for both offline and online campaign execution. Additionally, the foundation works to ensure the retention of enrolled children.

    Facilitation review meetings are conducted by the foundation with the Education department and network partners/SMCs to enhance the effectiveness of School Development Plans. This is done to properly implement Right to Education (RTE) provisions and meet school requirements. Mechanisms for grievance redressal are also established. This involves addressing school-related complaints through Tehsil Divas and actively tracking the progress of issues raised during this process.

  • Migration Support Program

    The organization's mission involves elevating the social and economic standing of migrants and their families by ensuring equal opportunities and entitlements.It aims to enhance their capacity to advocate for social security and support. This objective is pursued through the establishment of a Migration Resource Centre referred to as 'Apna Sewa Kendra'.

    In partnership with the Labor Department, twelve BOCW (Building and Other Construction Workers) registration camps have been orchestrated, aimed at providing migrants with convenient access to services and benefits.A monthly legal clinic and counseling day was systematically arranged at the Ghaziabad office of ApnaSewa Financial literacy,health awareness, sanitation awareness and mobilization meetings were organized as well.

  • Kadam Badhate Chalo

    The objective is to launch a campaign led by young individuals aimed at eradicating violence against women. The project focuses on nurturing and empowering youth leadership by equipping them with the necessary knowledge and skills to drive positive transformations in their communities.

    The project aims to sensitize and train approximately 50 young individuals (aged 14-25) from the target population to effectively address issues related to violence against women (VAW). Additionally, the initiative seeks to raise awareness and mobilize community members to voice their concerns and establish community structures to combat VAW. Furthermore, the project aims to facilitate coordination and communication with key officials, structures, and Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) to maintain a continuous dialogue with the community about VAW. This coordination is designed to ensure efficient responsiveness to community demands by providing the necessary services.

  • Skill Enhancement Programme for Teachers

    The project aims to enhance the quality of education in government schools by equipping teachers with innovative and effective teaching methods. Additionally, the initiative seeks to mobilize community involvement and bolster School Management Committees to strengthen overall educational efforts.
    The project aims to achieve several key objectives. It seeks to enhance the pedagogical skills of 300 teachers by offering comprehensive training and continuous support. This effort is projected to benefit around 10,000 students, ensuring that learning outcomes are successfully met. Additionally, the project aims to raise awareness and strengthen the School Management Committees (SMCs), enabling them to fully grasp their roles and responsibilities. Technical and handholding assistance will be provided to SMCs as they develop School Development Plans (SDPs) for the selected schools. Moreover, the project aims to sensitize and engage communities, fostering an environment that promotes quality education within schools while simultaneously creating a conducive atmosphere for children's education.

  • Functional Literacy For Dignity and Entitlement

    The objective is to empower illiterate rural women from marginalized communities through a comprehensive functional literacy program.

    The initiative seeks to provide literacy and life skills education to illiterate rural women by employing an integrated, problem-solving approach. It aims to cultivate change agents who can lead and advocate for positive changes within their respective communities. Additionally, the program aims to empower rural women, enabling them to assume roles in local-level leadership while actively promoting gender mainstreaming. To facilitate a functional literacy program, the effort involves establishing strong connections with local self-government and other government institutions. The project also encourages the formation of credit group activities among learners, promoting financial empowerment. The program strives to create a literate environment that sustains the skills acquired during the literacy course, even as participants transition to the post-literacy stage. The initiative provides community women with valuable opportunities to enhance their knowledge and skills by granting access to resources available in the library.

  • Disaster Risk Reduction


    Sahbhagi’s engagement in Disaster Management encompasses a geospatial analysis of disaster-prone regions, facilitating the formulation of tailored strategies for preparation and response. These strategies encompass community and resource mobilization, skill enhancement, and the establishment of early warning systems. A pivotal aspect of all our disaster management approaches involves addressing the unique needs of flood-prone villages. This entails the development of resilient farming techniques and raising awareness within these areas.

    The initiative is aimed at providing assistance to the underprivileged and marginalized communities impacted by the annual floods along the Kosi River. It focuses on 13 revenue villages spanning across 3 panchayats within the Mahishi block of Saharsa district in Bihar. The primary objective is to enhance the resilience of these flood-affected communities. This is achieved through the provision of guidance and information on disaster preparedness, along

  • Sahbhagi Vocational Training Centre

    This center's primary mission is to equip economically disadvantaged and marginalized youth with essential skills, enhancing their employability and income-generating potential. The centre is dedicated to fostering both economic and social empowerment among rural youth through comprehensive vocational training. In line with this goal, a diverse array of Vocational Training Programs has been meticulously crafted to provide not only vocational skills but also life skill education. SVTC places special emphasis on catering to the needs of adolescent girls, school dropouts, illiterate individuals, and women from minority and marginalized communities, tailoring special courses to address their unique requirements.

Leadership Team

  • Ashok Kumar Singh

    Founder Director

  • Dr. Neelam Singh


  • Prabhat Jha


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  • Headquarters

    Sahbhagi Shikshan Kendra Sahbhagi Road, Chhatha Meel, Sitapur Road, Lucknow,Uttar Pradesh, 226201

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