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PUSS is an organization for those who don’t have any support to give them a way of life especially the tribal girls who are far away from the practical scenario. We look ahead to a bright future for the women and children in our proper care. We are planning to forward our further activities and provide rehabilitation and proper education for many more children with the generous help of our supporters.
Located in the village of Naharkanta on the outskirts of Odisha’s capital city Bhubaneswar; PUSS aims to reach at the backward people living beyond the poverty line and to bring them from the dark of ignorance to light of knowledge. To achieve this goal PUSS established “Rama Devi Vidya Mandir”, now a proposed Girls’ High School for children who live especially in unsocial environment with the tragedy of poverty from all over the state of Odisha. We have also established pre-school centers in the near-by villages to prepare 4-6 years old children for their schooling. Presently we have 422 insolvent children in our organization marching ahead towards our aim.
Besides of these activities PUSS always focuses on women empowerment and also provides all such facilities so that they should be self employed by organizing several development programs for helpless backward women which consist of educational activities and awareness programs. We are providing them handicrafts training from which they get able to run a training cum production centers (TPC) producing various hand-crafted products.
We are aiming to keep a smiling face in those unprivileged people who have lost their dreams in the darkness of poverty. We already spread over our hands for the uplift of people who really need help and to eradicate the poverty of knowledge from the grass root of the society. We have a mindset to make our environment fruitful and to enrich it with the fountain of divinity of knowledge and awareness towards a bright future.
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>> U.K. founded by Prof Malcolm Harper
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