Working towards a well fostered and healthy society, one that is free from exploitation in which every individual can get equal opportunity for self development and can exercise rights for a dignified life, with access and control over resources is the goal Dr Satish Gogulwar & Shubhada Deshmukh seek to achieve through Amhi Amachya Arogyasathi. Tune in to IBN-Lokmat and learn more about Dr Satish Gogulwar & Shubhada Deshmukh’s dedication for the empowerment of people, in Ekla Chalo re this Saturday 8.00pm & 11 pm and repeat telecast on Sunday 12 pm & 5 pm.
Dr. Satish Gogulwar graduated from Nagpur University an allopathic medical graduate, equally interested in homeopathy and indigenous system of medicine. Be it training women and tribals with essential life skills, to helping them build a self sustaining way of life, he has done it all and continues to do it with great dedication and enthusiasm.
Shubhada Deshmukh, graduated from Nagpur University as a post-graduate in Social Work. She has since then dedicated her life towards helping communities. She has always been a staunch supporter of people’s initiatives and empowerment as a the most efficient way to create a better society for all. Shubhada Deshmukh’s strategic guidance to help build capacities and organisations of marginalized groups, especially women has been path breaking. She has been awarded by Maharashtra Foundation Award and many more for her excellent services in empowering women in tribal area.
To learn more about how they have spent 3 decades towards empowering women, tribals and more , tune into Ekla Chalo Re this Saturday 8.00pm & 11pm and repeat telecast on Sunday 12 pm & 5 pm. exclusively on IBN-Lokmat.
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