"Preparing People to Help Themselves”
Parmarth believes in capacitating people for their own betterment. It follows these principles in every intervention:
Ecological restoration is the process of assisting the recovery of an ecosystem that has been degraded, damaged, or destroyed.
Social equality is about having equal access to equal rights, social services, and status. all about ensuring that every person who is poor, deprived can improve their lives and get equal opportunities by availing the benefits of schemes run by the government.
Sustainable economic initiatives to enhance livelihood opportunities for the marginalized and build their capacity to demand and access entitlements.
We are committed to enhancing women empowerment through our programs and institutional practices. Parmarth recognizes the importance of gender responsive projects and programs and this approach is included in designing, implementation, and evaluation through the Gender Smart Initiatives.
1. Mobilizing & organizing community group with a focus on Dalits / Adivasi Women
2. Knowledge building and capacitating CBOs and community
3. Model demonstration and its replication through socially excluded groups with focus on women
4. Convergence and multisector engagement
5. Public Engagement and Campaigning
6. Policy Advocacy
Theory of change
Parmarth theory of change is to “Facilitate and Empower the processes and community. Empowerment is a process that challenges our basic assumptions about power, helping, achieving, and succeeding. Parmarth consistently adopts this theory in its action and social interventions through various programs and projects.
Parmarth facilitatesthe community to sustain, bring to scale and evaluate, since each step – from the ideas behind it, to the outcomes it hopes to provide, to the resources needed – are clearly defined within the objective. It assures that theprogrammes are delivering the right activities for the desired outcomes.