The Safa Educational Welfare and Charitable Trust is a welfare organization doing service in social welfare and education fields in the direct supervision of scholars, is making all possible efforts to reach the disadvantaged and marginalized sections of the society, surveying knowing their circumstances, assist them according to their needs.
This organization is established in the year of 2006. In the long successful working, the organization found huge gaps between wealthy and needy families. To find out real beneficiaries TSEWCT established survey process to know the exact conditions and plights of poor and destitute families. Our comprehensive survey process requires the families to disclose the basic needs and real problems by filling up a detailed format and by taking up this survey organization in identified localities of Hyderabad TSEWCT is able to decide poverty level of such family to facilitate to extend help.
Through Safa Baitul Maal, tailoring centres are being run successfully in 11 different localities of Hyderabad; the objective of these tailoring centres is to teach the art of tailoring to women and girl students and make them self-reliant; if the needy women acquire this art, then they could shoulder the responsibility of their homes instead of being dependent on others and they could become financially stable. With this purpose, Safa Baitul Maal has established tailoring centres in 11 localities. Services of experienced tutors are being availed. In the year 2016, three batches have completed at these tailoring centres and about 400 women and girls have completed the course. Written and practical examination was conducted for the students completing course and certificates and prizes were awarded to successful students. And, sewing machines were distributed to meritorious students. A total sum of Rs.341200 was issued for these tailoring centres.
Through Safa Baitul Maal, borewells are being installed in various villages throughout India; due to lack of water in many villages and slums, people are put to hardships; they are compelled to walk a kilometre or two to bring potable water and due to lack of water in many mosques, Namazis face difficulty. Based on this requirement, Safa Baitul Maal has initiated installation of borewells and as of now hundreds of borewells have been installed in different areas. Alhamdulillah, during the year 2016, apart from Hyderabad, a total of 24 borewells have been installed in Jamtara Jharkhand; Juntur, district Parbhani, Dharmapuri, district Beed in Maharashtra; Zaheerabad; Chandabagh, Moula Ali, Hyderabad; Jama Masjid, Morsa, district Nizamabad; Jama Masjid, Bodhan, district Nizamabad; Jama Masjid Thondakur, Nandi pet mandal, district Nizamabad; Madrasa Tajweed-ul-Quran, Saranpur, district Nizamabad; Jama Masjid, Old Ghat, Nandur; Jama Masjid, New Ghat, Nandur; Madina Masjid, Ghat, Nandur; Jama Masjid Das Bari, Ahmed Pur; Floss Line, Ambajogi; Masjid-e-Zaitun, Ambajogi; Jama Masjid Ajni, Latur district. A total expenditure of Rs.1119367 has been incurred.
Through the Safa Mobile Clinic organised by Safa Baitul Maal, free medical camps are conducted in various slum localities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad where free diagnosis along with free medicines is provided to poor deserving patients; this apart, through Safa Diagnostic Centre, as required, ECG, Nebuliser, all blood and urine examinations, x-ray tests etc. are also provided free of cost.
Through Safa Baitul Maal, small traders of Kishanbagh area who do business with usurious loans are provided interest-free loans in order to save them from the curse of usury, so that their economic condition is strengthened and they could progress; hence during the current month, interest-free loans of more than Rs.1 lakh have been issued to 20 persons.