31 Oct 2019
SAHASH organised 'Run for Unity' a marathon dedicated to Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel. It encourages India to run together and grow together. 200 Youths participated in marathon and taken a Pledge to preserve and strengthen unit, integrity and security of our nation.
12 Nov 2019
SAHASH organised 'Blanket Distribution Camp'in association with Rise India Foundation on 12 Nov 2019 for oldage. Objective of this camp to help old age people.This camp was organised in Sangam Vihar Delhi.
23 Dec 2019
SAHASH organised a Kishan Gosti on the occasion of Kisaan Diwas on 23 Dec 2019. This is organised in the village of Pindoriya in the leadership of Ram Karan. He is a certified professional on medicinal plants from CMAP. He told the villagers about the soil and how the fields are to be prepared for planting medicinal plants. He also explains how it is important and what they receive in return during cultivating these plants. The economic condition of the family can be improved. In this gosti more than 100 farmers participated.
12 Jan 2020
SAHASH organised 'Khelo India, Fit India' on 12 Nov 2020 for Youth. The objective of this to promote rural youth towards sports. They have a capability that can also be a member of Olympic and they may represent India in these games. Kho-kho & Kabaddi are basically played in rural villages. We organised a tournament in Aligarh Uttar Pradesh.
16 April 2020
SAHASH volunteers distributed the family kits that include basic ration like Rice, Wheat-flour and cooking oils etc. Our volunteers helping the daily wages laborers who are struggling for food in the lock down period. They also aware them about COVID-19 and distributed protective Hygiene Kits which also includes Sanitizers, Mask, Tissues, Handwash etc.
8 March 2021
Society for Animal Health, Agriculture Science and Humanity observed today, International Women 's Day2021 at Village Pindoriya, Tehsil Amethi, District Amethi with theme "Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world on the way to the Generation Equality". A program started by lightening a lamp by Chief Guest Shri Ram Sahai Kashyap. He speaks about the running schemes of Central and State Government. General Secretary, Bindu speaks about skill development, how the girls can become entrepreneur in the village itself by taking different schemes of the government. On this occasion, we appreciate Smt. Saroj Singh, Smt. Uma Singh, Smt. Sudama Maurya, Smt. Jagpati, Smt. Sangeeta, Smt. ShyamKali, Smt. Sympathy for their efforts made by them during COVID-19.
22 March 2021
SAHASH organised a digital campaign to save water with a theme "Save water today, for a better tomorrow. Let's save Water!".It's a day to educate, celebrate, reflect, and make a difference to water management in the world. In this campain people aware about techniques and steps that can be taken to save water.
8 March 2022
On the occasion of International Women's Day, a program was organized by Society for Animal Health, Agriculture Science and Humanity in Shivganj Block Bhetwa District Amethi Uttar Pradesh which was sponsored by Capital Record Center Pvt Ltd Gurgaon Haryana. The chief guest of this program, Shri Rajesh Agrahari, District Panchayat President inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp. He Throws the light on the theme of this program "Gender equality today for a sustainable tomorrow" and said that every child has a right to get full opportunity to develop his potential. But because of the evil of gender inequality, they do not flourish properly. Gender inequality is visible between girls and boys in India not only in their homes and communities but everywhere. The special guest was Shri Ram Sahai Kashyap, former Tehsildar/Advocate High Court Lucknow Bench, Advocate Dr. Vishal Agrahari, Advocate Mr. Niranjan Srivastava, Founder Mr. Lalmani Kashyap also addressed on this occasion. Ramkaran Chauhan conducted this forum. To make women self-reliant, it was said that training of cow dung, incense sticks, fertilizers etc. will be given. 10 Self Help Groups were also felicitated in this program. Hundreds of women were present on this occasion including Sheela, Urmila Devi, Saroj Kashyap, Kanchan, Bhanmati, Prabhavati Yadav, Seema, Shanti Devi, Manju and Saraswati.