SVYM Annual Report 2021 – 22

Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement (SVYM) is a development organization, engaged in building a new civil society in India through its grassroots to policy level action in Health, Education, Socio Economic Empowerment and Training & Research sectors since 1984.

SVYM has its headquarters in Mysuru district of Karnataka state in Southern India. Acting as a key promoter-facilitator in the community’s efforts towards self-reliance and empowerment, SVYM is developing local, innovative and cost-effective solutions to sustain community-driven progress. SVYM believes that building human and social capital will result in economic consequences and all of SVYM’s programs are driven by this development paradigm.

Messages from our Board Members

Founder & President


View our success stories from 2022

Stories of resilience and hope, of standing tall with dignity, that don’t make breaking news, but in a gentle way shake the world.

VMH – Back on his feet!

Making health care equitable through VMH’s Patient Support Fund. The fund is managed by a committee that also includes members from the community. 

Impossible Is Nothing

Setting up and starting a soap brand from her front yard. Latha trains to become a Sani-preneur.

Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities is not having them join the line, it is having them lead it

Veerabhadra Swami is one of the 403 Swachhta Saarthis selected from all over the country to lead the Waste to Wealth Mission.

Engineers of a better tomorrow

SVYM’s School Education Program is building the human capital of students in rural Govt. Schools 

Pavithra discovers her true potential!

Pavithra is discovering her true potential by making an entrepreneurial debut, the very first of its kind in her village. 

The success story of Ragi Processing Unit in Orohalli

The all women Self Help Group grind, mould and shape Ragi to make Ragi Products and break the stereotypes associated with rural women running a business.

Financial Highlights

The Income Composition for FY 2021-22 (INR in Lakhs)

Rupee Spending

Abridged Balance Sheet (INR in Lakhs)

Abridged Income Expense (INR in Lakhs)

Transparency in action,
disclosures & accounting procedures


Our Auditor

M/s. MSSV & Co.
2nd Floor, 63/2, Railway Parallel Road,
Kumara Park West, Bengaluru – 560 020, Karnataka, India

Legal Advisors

Sri J Purushotham
Advocate, Mysuru

SVYM’s Comprehensive COVID19 Second Wave Response Strategy

Responding to the sudden spike in COVID-19 cases in rural areas, SVYM rolled out home based care to ensure early detection, timely treatment and supportive care thereby reducing the number of cases needing tertiary care and burdening hospitals already under stress.

Health Programs 2022

Impossible is nothing! Overcoming challenges with resilience

9688 Individuals
from tribal communities served

83% TB Cure rate achieved in high risk tribal belt of H D Kote

Breaking barriers to serve pregnant women

Response to COVID-19 in rural areas through strengthened health care

Achieving zero maternal deaths in registered tribal women

83% TB Cure rate in tribal communities

9600+ Indigenous community members served with equitable and accessible health care

Sani-entrepreneurs turn adversity into an opportunity to sustain

Contributing to the National Goal of Ending AIDS by 2030

SVYM anchors Palliative Care in Dharwad to serve more

Towards a decade of healthy aging

Strengthening WASH in institutions, healthcare facilities & through skills

Education Programs 2022

Engineers of a Better Tomorrow!

Building the Human Capital through education

Getting back to the school after the Pandemic

Science Exploratory Park, VSOE, Saragur

Back to school, back to learning

Indomitable spirit to excel academically

100+ Govt Schools engaged for tech enabled learning in Karnataka

SEEP Programs 2022

Impossible is nothing! Overcoming challenges with resilience

Sustainable Development through Community Owned Solar Power

6055 Community members sensitized about the importance of hand hygiene and WASH through door to door awareness in the wake of COVID-19

Community Driven Development isn’t a distant dream

Training and Research Programs 2022

SVYM in the News and Media