Sukarya is a non-governmental, non-profitable trust based in Gurgaon, Haryana. Sukarya initiated its work in 1999 and was formally registered in February 2001. It was established with the simple aim of providing better health services to the poor and needy. Sukarya''s team includes volunteers driven by a spiritual and emotional commitment, professionals and consultants. It aims to contribute to the physical and mental well-being of the marginalized and vulnerable sections of the society, particularly women, adolescents and children.
Sukarya''s initial work focused on providing free health services to the poor by organising health camps that focused on diagnostic services, referral services and distribution of medicines in slums and villages of Gurgaon. Subsequently, upon its expansion, Sukarya has been actively undertaking various advocacy based, curative and preventive health projects, such as the Life Skills Program for women and adolescents and Anaemia campaign in collaboration with the Population Foundation of India. IEC campaigns focusing on nutrition, hygiene, sanitation and reproductive health are conducted regularly to improve the general health status in the rural areas and urban slums of Haryana. Sukarya additionally provides humanitarian assistance in times of natural calamities.
The road ahead for Sukarya is exciting, inspiring and invigorating. We hope that we will be able to translate our energy into activities that will be the harbingers of prosperity for a very large section of our society.