The Trustees, Management, Staff and Stake holder of SKDRDP wish Rev. Shri. D. Veerendra Heggadeji who took oath as Rajya Sabha Member.
Under SKDRDP’s Janajagruthi programme, with the commitment of creating addiction free society, health awareness programmes, awareness about drugs, personal counseling and proper treatment is given among students. So far through the project, 12,705 Swasthya Sankalpa programmes have been organized by 972 trainers and awareness to 9,88,720 students have been given.
Tumkur 2 District Director Sri. Dinesh handed over the donation DD worth Rs. 3 lakhs sanctioned from Shri Kshethra Dharmasthala to the temple committee of Shri Gundanjaneya temple of Sira Taluk.
Bantwal Taluk resident Mrs. Prema is a member of Sri Durga Self-Help Group who built her life through Jnanavikasa Programmes. At first, she took a Pragathinidhi loan of Rs.10,000 to start a vegetable shop. Attending Jnanavikasa programme she learned about self-employment, took periodic Pragathinidhi loan and started selling fruits along with vegetables. At present she […]
Mrs. Umabai resident of Salur village was living a life of poverty, having no own house and sanitation facility. She lived in her mother’s small hut. She was doing tailoring and her husband was doing electrical equipment repair work. In 2010 she joined the SKDRDP group and started saving money. At first, she took a […]
Mrs. Shaila resident of Kundagola Taluk joined the SHG with the help of Sevaprathinidhi when her family was struggling due to financial problems. At present, she is a member of Sneha self-help group and Durga Devi Jnanavikasa Kendra. After joining the group, she first took a Pragathi Nidhi loan of Rs. 10,000 and invested it […]
The Shri Kshethra Dharmasthala Rural Development Project (SKDRDP) was founded with single important purpose of "Inclusive Rural Development". To achieve this we created 3 main things for Individuals. They were Loans, Insurance & Pensions which ushered Financial Stability.
- Linkage to banks (earstwhile Pragathi Nidhi)
- Sampoorna Suraksha Health Insurance
- NPS now Atal Pension Yojana (APY)
To enable people to inculcate the habit of helping others, we started organizing Self-Help Groups which are called as Pragathi Bandhu Groups (PBG). Our lending and Training programs are geared towards members and their families. As every family has 3 types of people, we have special programs focused these 3 focus groups.
- Family Head - huge array of programs under Agriculture division.
- Women Empowerment - Jnanavikasa to make them self-sustainable.
- Children SujnanaNidhi scholarship.
Apart from family, Community also matters, hence we have a special division called as CDP (Community Development Programs) to develop the Rural Infrastructure.