SPRIHA has devoted a considerable time this year to develop a curriculum in ‘Empathy Building’ in Children and has organised a number of workshops in schools being run in the slums in and around Delhi.
Launch of Sadak Chhap Film Festival, India’s first travelling street film festival for children in slums and children. SPRIHA organised SCFF in Nai Seema Puri Basti in New Delhi. After Delhi it travelled to Dharavi in Mumbai and then to Maruti Seva Nagar in Bangluru, Karnataka and Ranchi in Jharkhand.
Research and Development to build empathy in children. Designed effective modules like ‘Kahani on Wheels’ and ‘Sadak Chhap Film Festival’.
“Vidhi, the legal arm” launched a campaign to spread legal awareness amongst the students of Delhi University. SPRIHA motivated students across Delhi University colleges to make them aware about their basic rights and responsibilities, importance of franchise, making the use of Right to Information (RTI) Act, etc. in order to help them in evolving as responsible and empowered citizens.
SPRIHA devoted 2006-07 in spreading awareness about sanitation and the health-benefits of a better living condition amongst the people living in the slums in and around Delhi. The Society mainly covered densely populated slums of Shalimar Bagh, Sanjay Colony, Jehangirpuri, Salempur Basti, Trilokpuri etc.
SPRIHA revisited Ranchi, Jharkhand to start a campaign for the street children. The campaign was “PARI” (Parental Assistance to Ruined Innocence) and was later organised in other states like Delhi, Haryana and Rajasthan.
A series of workshops on “Eco-Tourism” was organised by Hariyali, “The Green Chapter” of SPRIHA in the famous Kempti Falls, Mussouri. The idea was to try to motivate the visitors on preserving the tourist destinations.
A documentary film, A DAWN AWAITED based on the insurgency in Nagaland, was produced by the “Srijan Team” of SPRIHA. The theme was well researched and an elaborate flow of activities was planned before the team went to the floor. The film was later screened at the India Habitat Centre, New Delhi and received wonderful response from various stakeholders of society.
The theatre wing of SPRIHA (Mukhauta) organised a series of street plays in several places of Jharkhand (Ranchi, Khunti, Chaibasa, etc.) in order to spread awareness about the importance of education in employment generation amongst the youth.