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PEPUS envisions “Establishment of an exploitation free society”. PEPUS firmly believes that all sections of society must be self reliant and same time inter/intra dependency should be there. The mission of the institution is to make section of the society which is far away from the development & basic needs. , make them self reliant through education, training & awareness and also to work for gender equality and women empowerment.  In order to reach the vision and mission the institution has been toiling hard and making efforts by fulfilling its goals and objectives. The organization has been relying on the community empowerment strategies, participatory approaches and linkages with government agencies over a period of time.                              


Objective :

The key objectives of the organization -

  • To get acquainted about the traditions, socio-economic conditions of downtrodden, underprivileged and labour class people and guiding them towards sustainable development.
  • To make aware people on health and Panchayati Raj system.
  • To empower downtrodden and underprivileged women.
  • To improve and strengthen the economic status of target groups through sustainable income generating programmes.
  • To motivate women and children of different age groups on education.
  • To provide information to about soil and water conservation and promoting sustainable agriculture.
  • To promote participatory approach and community leadership.
  • Documentation and publication especially on selected issues and establishing networking centre. 


The key impact of the organization (Up to 5) -

  1. A total of 1200 adolescent girls/boys from tribal area completed primary education with necessary life skills at education centre.
  2. A total of 206 SHGs have been formed comprising 2709 members. Out of these 2709 members 896 members are engaged in income generation activities.
  3. A total of 3255 workers linked with Building and other construction workers act (BoCW).
  4. A total of 1309 youth and 1772 adolescent girls/boys completed training programme for alternative livelihood.
  5. Nirman shramik suraksha sangh (NSSS) engaged in process of dispute resolution. A total of 622 cases registered, 341 cases resolved with compensation of Rs. 40,17,746.
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