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About us

SAKYA SANGHA is a registered Non-Governmental and Non-Profitable social work organization established in 1993 by Loyola College social work Students...

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Vision & Mission

The visions of Sakya Sangha to create a New India through New Indians (Children) by protected Rights, respected Dignity, honored Society...

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Donations are needed across Tamil Nadu to save children’s lives, help them fulfill their potential and defend their rights.

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Our Projects. Support Us

Child Care

  1. Hostel for orphans, semi orphans and homeless children
  2. Night schools
  3. Libraries
  4. Sports Clubs
  5. Health Care
  6. Nutrition food

Why do we do this service:

  1. 4 per cent (or 20 million) of India's child population are orphans. ... Most of these children have been abandoned by their parents. In fact, the charity estimates that only 0.3 per cent of these orphans are children whose both parents have actually died.
  2. The total number of orphans residing in institutions and homes across India is 41,730 of which Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra alone have 11,410 (27.3%) orphans. Tamil Nadu also has the highest number of abandoned children the country.
  3. There are 18 million street children in India, the largest number of any country in the world, with 11 million being urban. Finally, more than three million men and women are homeless in India's capital city of New Delhi; the same population in Canada would make up approximately 30 electoral districts.
  4. Nearly half of children under the age 5 who live in the city’s streets with their parents have no access to basic health care and nutrition that government-run Anganwadies Provide and 74% ...

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Women Empowerment


  1. Self Help Groups
  2. Credit Linkages
  3. Skill trainings
  4. Entrepreneurs Development Training
  5. Marketing Networking
  6. Reproductive & Health Trainings for Young Girls
  7. Educational Sponsorships
  8. Leadership Trainings
  9. Legal Aid for Women
  10. Health Camps

Why do we do this Service?

There are 2.3 million separated and abandoned women in India. That number is huge; approximately two times the number of divorced women as per the last Census. There is a tribe of Indian husbands who have moved abroad and left behind their wives never to return. But this group of women who have created terror in the hearts of such runaways, wherever they might be.

Empowerment of women is a necessity for the very development of a society, since it enhances both the quality and the quantity of human resources available for development. ... Women's empowerment and achieving gender equality is essential for our society to ensure the sustainable development of the country.

Do you know that according to the World Bank, women account for 66% of the world’s working hours but only 10% of the world...

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Health Protection

  1. To collaborate with other medical facilities working in the area to ensure conservation of resources and as wide Public Health coverage as possible.
  2. To promote greater cooperation between voluntary and Government Health Agencies by undertaking joint coverage for community health work.
  3. To maintain contact with State and other health agencies for free medical facilities services of community.
  4. To represent voluntary health groups in conferring with statewide organizations relating in one way or another to health work and workers.
  5. To present the views of voluntary health workers to legislative bodies, governmental units and regulatory agencies.
  6. To conduct seminars, workshops and conferences for health personnel and related group
  7. To carryout medical relief, disaster risk reduction including rehabilitation work at the time of disaster, emergency and as per need.
  8. To improve better health of community people by linkage development and livelihood promotion, to promote livelihood for better health of women and child, to work for better health services strengthening delivery system through community monitoring and other means, to work for reducing life style disorders.
  9. To work for elimination of Communicable diseases, vector borne disease etc., to work for protecting...
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Home for Homeless

SAKYA HOSTEL is started in 2006, running till today (last 15 years) the beneficiaries are, orphans, semi orphans, homeless abandoned and Children. SAKYA SANGHA works persistently for the save and care of abandoned , orphaned children and rehabilitating them. We provide psychological support...

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Covid-19 Awareness Program

Working with Grater Chennai Corporation and SISWO in creating awareness and support services for Treatment. COVID-19 is spreading in your community, stay safe by taking some simple precautions, such as physical distancing, wearing a mask, keeping rooms well ventilated, avoiding crowds, cleaning your hands, and coughing into a bent elbow or tissue. We are working for slum people

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Our Main Funds for Children

Our main source of funds that SAKYA SANGHA depends on are the donations from philanthropic public . Public contribution in cash and kind helps us in meeting the day to day needs. SAKYA SANGHA does not receive any government funding or foreign grants. We are trying to work independently and to implement our programs and projects effectively...

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