SAVERA’s major Impacts and Achievements


SAVERA supports realization of such possibilities for all Indians, especially the poor, the marginalized, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes. Amongst these communities, special attention is given to women and children. In recent years, attention has been paid to increased participation of the youth, to help fulfill the potential of India’s demographic dividend. Knowing the fact that most of these groups are uneducated, unaware of their legal and constitutional rights and are living in the most destitute conditions, we had to focus on two resolutions

  • (i). Educating of rural people about their social, economic and political rights and
  • (ii). Bringing positive and long changes in the lives of rural people through implementing various socio-economic welfare programmes.

For the past decade, SAVERA is involved in various types of socio-economic welfare programs implementation, execution of educational and awareness programms, and also imparting new ideas through knowledge based empirical research, surveys & innovation on various socio-economic issues. SAVERA is extensively working in the field of Health & Family Welfare, Consumer Protection and Consumer Welfare, Micro-finance (SHGs), Poverty Alleviation, Livelihood Programme, Sustainable Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Environment Protection.

SAVERA works closely with Government (Central and State), UNDP, UNICEF, DFID, various PSU Companies (REC, NTPC, GAIL, HPCL, ONGC, BPCL, etc.) and also partnered with various NGOs to strengthen the under-privileged rural communities. In Bihar, SAVERA is extensively working in Kosi - Seemanchal Mithila region in the Northeastern part of the state. Purnea, Katihar, Araria, Madhepura, Bhagalpur, Saharsa, Supaul, Kishanganj are districts where SAVERA has been engaged in implementation of various programmes and projects of Central Government, State Government and CSR Schemes.