Synergy Sansthan is a community-based youth-led organization that aims to empower children, adolescents and youth belonging to rural and tribal communities of Madhya Pradesh to realize their potential, build their capacities, become aware citizens and take leadership to ensure social inclusion, peace and justice in the society.Read More
Most of these programmes allow adolescents and youth to develop a deeper awareness and understanding about themselves, relate those stories to social realities by participating in immersive exposures and act upon them through self-designed action projects. The programs range from providing a physical space where young people from rural communities can come together and organize themselves to the ones which aim to nurture entrepreneurial skills of young people who wish to work on their own social change ideas.
Specifically designed programs for adivasi villages, these keep human rights issues (especially education and health) of the tribal communities at the center of our intervention and aims to build youth leaders who are able to raise their voices and act upon tribal population's social and cultural marginalization.
We organize some important campaigns that contribute in creating a buzz and influencing policy decisions at the local level. Extensively covered by the local media, these campaigns create a positive enviornment for social intervention and raise awareness (and consciousness) of the disctrict on Constitutional rights and values. In addition to their local impact, they hold national and state level importance as Synergy is a part of CYC's network which runs nation-wide campaigns across the country with many partners.
Team members and Volunteers
Villages and Slums Mobilized (Directly and Indirectly)
Youth and Children Impacted
Pramila is a young Udaan fellow (2017-18) from Gond tribe who took a step towards her dream. Read more about her.
Shantaram narrates his story of being a bonded labour for 17 years till he got rescued
My life, Mere Faisle facilitator Trapti's story on how she decided to start communicating more with her family
Ganesh and Purnima are Changeloomers (2018-19) who proved that Kabaddi is not unreachable for girls in tribal villages
Hemlata and Toshiba are the powerful Changeloomers who managed to build Harda's first women's cricket team
Embark on a musical journey with Changeloomers Anuj and Janradhan who made their own band in their village.