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SATYA Shakti Foundation is a NPO under the flagship of SATYA MicroCapital Ltd. with central theme of philanthropy and human welfare. SATYA Shakti Foundation is working closely with the marginalized communities in the areas of most pressing issues i.e., Sanitation, Health, Education & Empowerment in a holistic way to ensure bringing the desirable change in the society.


To work towards the empowerment & sustainable development of a harmonious society by providing Sanitation, Health, Education assistance, & other facilities to all those in need. 

OUR Mission

Create employment opportunities, promote social well – being, raise awareness on Public Health & Education among 1 million households by the year 2025.

SATYA Shakti Foundation

SATYA Shakti Foundation is a Non- Profit Organization (NPO) as defined in Section 8 Company under Companies Act, 2013. With its foundation being laid on 2020, SATYA Shakti Foundation is an NPO under the flagship of “SATYA MicroCapital Ltd With central theme of philanthropy and human welfare. With it’s headquarter based in New Delhi, SATYA Shakti Foundation aims towards elevating the life state of marginalized people by enabling their social wellbeing via sustainable and holistic approach.

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COVID-19 Care Kits Distribution in Villages
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Free Medicine kits to Individuals
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SATYA Shakti e-Clinics

Through our network of e-Clinics, we connect specialists from major cities with patients in rural areas.

Fight Against Covid-19

During the life-threatening second wave of COVID-19, SATYA Shakti Foundation always stood on the forefront as a protective armor for the wellbeing of community.

Digital OPD (Doctor-On-Call Services)

Digital OPD is a free-of-cost telephonic medical consultation service facilitated by SATYA Shakti Foundation.

SATYA Sakhi Vending Machine

Providing easy access to Sanitary Napkins by installation Vending Machines in e-Clinics.



We celebrated this day with the elderly abandoned citizens at SHEOWS Organization, Badarpur, New Delhi. They serve every destitute, orphan, needy and abandoned elderly with a strong belief of helping old aged people and spreading awareness of elders care would not only give them a new life but also reduce the cases of elder abuse in society. They believe in the notion of “Vasudeva Kutumbakam” meaning the whole world is our family which inspires us to serve every needy old aged as our own family member.

All elderly people were endured with a token of love and care in the form of a gratitude kit which entailed shawls, sweets, fruits, and dry rations along with Diapers, etc. for residing senior citizens. Also, a medical syringe pump was also donated for the special needs. All the elderly love spending time and talking to someone to share their feelings at the most. We feel very much connected to staying in touch with them.
The event was graced with the benign presence of Mr. Vivek Tiwari, MD, SATYA MicroCapital Ltd and Ms. Shikha Sharma, Director & CEO, SATYA Shakti Foundation and team along with Ms. Aparna Dass, Executive Board Member, SHEOWS Organization.
Foundation Day - October 2022 (18)

Mega Health Check-Up Drive

SATYA Shakti Foundation has taken a major initiative of organizing Mega Health Check-up Drive with an aim to create awareness of general health among the people, provide general healthcare services and counseling them on basic healthcare and hygiene. More than 90+ Health camps have been organized across the villages in Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Odisha, West Bengal, Haryana and Punjab. Over 20000+ people availed free health facilities entailing consultation from MBBS doctors for issues ranging from mother and childcare to diet and nutrition, availing generic medicines.
Anju Devi
Mrs. Anju Devi
Bulandshahr Uttar Pradesh

“Holding Hands In My Crucial Time”

Mrs. Anju Devi is a 30-year-old lady, living with her husband and three children. She belongs to a poor joint family whose economic condition is not good. Her family income is solely dependent on rain-fed-agriculture. As there is no other support for sustainability in her life, she decided to take care of all the responsibilities of her children.
Due to less income, she was not able to fulfill the basic requirements of her family. As a result, she started working bare foot in agricultural fields. Which resulted in severe skin infection which gradually increased in past 5 years. She was unable to get relief after getting consultation form the local quacks.
In the year 2022, SATYA Shakti Foundation reached her village Pali Anandghari in Bulandshahr district to establish an e-Clinic under healthcare initiative which helped the people living in the village by providing consultancy from specialist doctors and free medicines as per the recommendation of the doctor.
When she got to know about the SATYA Shakti e-Clinic, she visited the e-Clinic and consulted the doctor and shared her problem without any hesitation and the doctor suggested her few medicines and ointment. After taking the medicines she was cured, also the money which was flowing into the treatment was utilized in her livelihood generating activities.
She is thankful to SATYA Shakti Foundation for their support in such a crucial time of her life. The project has helped her a lot in fighting back from her skin infection.
Bulandshahr Uttar Pradesh

I am getting better gradually, thanks to the SATYA Shakti Foundation doctor who cured me

When elbow pain worsened, 26-year-old Krishan had to discontinue his work in the nearby fields as a daily wage earner. Krishan was bound to stay at home, causing his wife to work in the fields to fulfil the basic household needs.
Due to the lack of access to medical facilities in the Jawasa village, the villagers had to travel about 17 km to reach the nearest Community Health Centre (CHC) in the Bulandshahr district for health problems. People like Krishan avoided it because they could not afford to lose a day’s wage.
Krishan’s problems were identified by a doctor from our SATYA Shakti e-Clinic. Under his prescription, effective tablets and ointments were provided to him, and after 15 days Krishan’s health started improving. Krishan has now started his work in the fields. He continues to take his medicines for elbow pain and spread awareness about SATYA Shakti e-Clinic health care facilities to other villagers.
Lara Madrigal
Bulandshahr Uttar Pradesh

“I am very happy with the e-Clinic services of SATYA Shakti Foundation”

Rampali was suffering from chest pain and gastric problem at regular intervals and even she did not know who to turn to, she regularly went to the local quacks, but they could not provide any relief.
Rampali works as a daily wage labourer, and she could not afford to go to a doctor and moreover she did not want to go to the doctor due to losing a day’s wage. These kinds of health problems have been a common problem in the Bhainsroli village because of unhygienic lifestyles and constant neglect of minor health problems.
When the SATYA Shakti Foundation e-Clinic was started in this village, it gave relief to the Rampali as well as other people of the Bhainsroli. Many people have benefited from this e-Clinic which was started in October 2021. Various sensitization programs are organized regularly to spread awareness about health-related issues.
Rampali and CHF (Community health facilitator) conduct door-to-door visits to create awareness about the benefits of seeking a qualified doctor’s advice in case of illness.
Anju Devi
Lara Madrigal
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