Who we are?
Satyalok is a Jharkhand-based non-profit and non-government organization.
It is a platform created and driven by energetic young individuals who desire to uplift their surrounding communities from the manacles of poverty.
We are devoted towards comprehensive and inclusive development.
The goal is to achieve this in the local marginalized communities by fulfilling basic needs like balanced diet for the children, good quality education, affordable and adequate health care, and reliable shelter over their heads.
At present, we operate in a 20 km radius around Kathara.
We provide mid-day meals, healthcare, quality education, skill development lessons and guidance for future opportunities to underprivileged children.
We also conduct sanitation and afforestation initiatives to improve the environment in and around these communities.
Mission & Vision
Satyalok aims at making the world a better place for the less privileged among us.
This can be achieved through targeted social reforms in people and environment.
We are working to improve the quality of life in vulnerable communities around us through access to basic amenities like food, healthcare, education as well as opportunities for skill development and employment. We also distribute food, warm clothes, footwear and facilitate emergency healthcare to take care of immediate needs.
Our goal is to attain sustainable progress through empowerment, livelihood and self-reliance.
Satyalok's initiatives for a cleaner and healthier environment include plantation and cleanliness drives, pamphlets to spread awareness about current issues including COVID-19 and much more.
We are dedicated to our mission and vision to make the world a better place. We have started our efforts in a radius of around 20 km in our vicinity. Once tangible success is achieved here, we intend to grow into adjoining areas.
Mr. Satyendra Narayan Rai
Physical Education Teacher at D.A.V. Public School, Sawang authorized by DAV Managing Committee and recognized by Central Board For Secondary Education (C.B.S.E.), New Delhi, India.
Currently living in Sawang, Bokaro Jharkhand.
Satyendra Narayan Rai Sir started his work for social welfare way back in 2002 when he teamed up with some of his students to construct a road for the residents of Teachers Colony, Kathara.
Cut to 2020, when the global pandemic ravaged the world and took its toll on every section of our society, he and his students banded together once more to help the needy and vulnerable. They started by helping people with food, masks, hand-wash and awareness to fight against COVID-19. Their operations gradually expanded from there to a broader focus area to uplift the community in a sustainable way.