Purn Prakash Trust
Purn Prakash is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-religious and non-political organization. It originated in the year 2015 with the primary objective of working in the areas of health care, education and promotion of indigenous culture. Driven by its primary objectives the trust aims to provide competent health care services to the underprivileged strata of the society, deliver sustainable and innovative educational and vocational opportunities for the marginalized sections and facilitate the promotion of rich cultural tapestry of India.
The trust attains its objectives by pursuing comprehensive programmes and organizing social outreach activities such as customized health camps, awareness campaigns, workshops and talks. The overall vision of the trust is to meaningfully impact the lives of a wide array of marginalized people thereby contributing to their welfare and overall betterment in their quality of life.
The Purn Prakash Trust took forward the cause of Swacch Bharat Abhyaan and arranged several cleanliness drives involving people from all walks of life to create awareness and garner support for the same.
The Purn Prakash Trust has been a forerunner in supporting the beti bachao beti padhao campaign. The Trust has been instrumental in taking tangible measures to enhance female literacy as well as sensitizing people about the importance of the same.
Culture plays an important role in the development of any nation. It represents a set of shared attitudes, values, goals and practices. Culture and creativity manifest themselves in almost all economic, social and other activities. A country as diverse as India is symbolized by the plurality of its culture. The Purn Prakash Trust has been involved in the conservation of India’s rich cultural heritage.
The trust has been instrumental in providing comprehensive health services to individuals belonging to the marginalized sections of the society residing in the remote rural areas. The Trust has so far organized more than 150 medical health camps addressing the healthcare needs of approximately 30,000 patients. Unlike a general curative health camp, these camps have been successful in promoting health seeking behavior and enhancing awareness regarding nutrition, hygiene, sanitation and common ailments.
Purn Prakash is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-religious and non-political organization.