Vision, Mission Statement, Aim & Objectives of SATHI SAMUHA are informed by an underlying challenges on HIV & AIDS, Drug Use, Health, Poverty and Resources among others. The above mentioned guiding & official directives of the organization are revised few times to encompass a new & wider communities that too are the target beneficiaries of SATHI and according to the demand of time & changing trends.
Our vision is "A free & just society where every person living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIVs) and those who use/inject drugs (PWIDs) living a dignified life".
"We are an nongovernmental, non-profitable & community-led organization which exists to ensure that all people living with HIV & AIDS (PLHIV) and people who use/inject drugs (PWIDs) have access to quality health care and social services and lead a productive life free from stigma & discrimination. We do this mainly through, Service Delivery, Awareness Raising & Advocacy".
Our aim is "To contribute creating a free & just society where each & every person who use/inject drugs (PWIDs) & a person living with HIV & AIDS (PLHIVs) have all & equal rights, have an easy access to quality health care & social services and is able to live in an environment free from stigma & discrimination".
- To prolong the lives of people living with HIV & AIDS (PLHIV) & those living with viral hepatitis (Especially with HIV/Hep.-C co-infection) through providing them with treatment & care services and linkages to ARVs and Hepatitis treatment.
- To reduce & control the incidence, prevalence and spread of blood-borne infections like HIV, Viral Hepatitis (Hep. B & C) etc. among people who inject drugs (PWIDs).
- To lobby and advocate with the Government, to develop a new or amend the (existing) National Health and HIV/AIDS & Drug/Narcotic laws & policies to be supportive towards people who use drug (PUDs) & people living with HIV & AIDS (PLHIV) communities.
- To mitigate stigma & discrimination (S&D) and ensure respect for health & human rights of PUDs & PLHIV.
- Advocate & lobby to improve policy relevance and responsiveness to realities affecting the everyday lives of PUDs & PLHIV.