What We Do

The Program

How We Work

The Strategy

Why We Do

The Problems

Where We Work

Intervention

  • Forest Peripheries : Shivalik, Rajaji National Park & Tiger Reserve

  • Primary and Middle School

  • Learning Center

  • Rehabilitation Areas

The Outcomes

Impact

  • Whole School Transformation

  • Youth Development

  • Bridging Health Gaps

  • Learning Center's

With Whom We Work

Communities

  • Taungya Community

  • Van Gujjar Community

  • Tribal and Non-tribal Communities

Samanta FACTS

It has been said that man is a rational animal. All my life I have been searching for evidence which could support this.
– Bertrand Russell

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Forest School

5

Integrated Learning Centers

400+

Children from 6-14

500+

Women

Sanitary Kits distributed to 500+ women from the Forest Dwelling Pastoral Nomadic-Van Gujjars, Taungyas & Bhoksa Tribe

Provided access of Reusable Sanitary pads to women

Organised Menstrual Health sessions in small groups

Training women to sew reusable sanitary pads and masks for local consumption

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Samanta Foundation has been selected by EduMentum, an incubation programme of Shibulal Family Philanthropic Initiative and Mantra4Change...

SAMANTA Supports UN's Five Sustainable Development Goals

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