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  Annual Report 2012-13
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What we are
Shyamprasad Institute for Social Service (SISS) was established in 1991   as a non-profit trust with an aim of conducting all kinds of service activities for the upliftment of the socially and economically weaker sections of society.

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Capacity Building
SISS considers NGOs as important facilitator to improve the quality of life of the poor. However, many grass roots NGOs lack capacity to identify their role and respond to the needs of poor and helpless.

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Tribal Empowerment
Tribals being the most disadvantaged section of Indian society, SISS naturally concentrates great part of its energy and resources on empowering them. It considers education is the most powerful instrument to build their capacity.


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Watersheds
Watershed... the word means a parting, a shedding of waters. But a watershed is a gathering place, also. It is a place where hills and plains and people's lives are connected by falling rain and flowing water.


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Eye Camps
Health is the main component of well-being of people. Having recognised this fact, SISS constantly endeavours to look after the health conditions of the people in rural areas in order to enable them to be more productive.
Seminars and Workshops
In accordance with its avowed aim of providing a platform to initiate debate and chalk out action plans on issues of national importance as well as grass-root efforts to improve lives of the lowers segments of society, SISS was associated with several seminars and workshops in the last few years.

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NGO Coordination
SISS firmly believes that coordination and synergetic relationship with other NGOs working in the field will contribute significantly to the realisation of goals it set for itself.


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Your Association
You do well appreciate the fact  that projects aimed at the empowerment of tribals could be expedited when sensitive citizens and institutions, which are conscious of their social responsibility, come forward to lend a helping hand
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Akshara
SISS undertook rehabilitation work at Port Blair in the aftermath of killer tsunami on December 26, 2004 that destroyed homes, roads, and swept people out to sea.




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