SIDART has been providing volunteering opportunities to individuals from all walks of life, addressing violence against women,conducting gender training programmes and capapcity building courses, and also has various projects under it's name such as

-Addressing Early Childhood Care and Development in tribal areas of Dungarpur, Rajasthan: Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition

-Child health: Sora Tabar Project

-Strengthen the elected and to be elected women: Women Empowerment Project

-Women and Law Research

-Child Road Safety Educational Program along with the Apollo Tyres Healthcare Centre.

As part of SIDART’s developmental interventions, one of the most important aspects of their success is the triumphant efforts of the SIDART Volunteers.  The volunteers have contributed to the rise of the organisation regarding various developmental issues, worked proficiently and inspired the others in their community to become empowered as well as responsible citizens of the nation.

Abhikrishn Mishra

My Name is Abhikrishn Mishra and I am a student of Computer and Communication Engineering at Manipal University, Jaipur. I am currently residing in Jaipur,Rajasthan. During my school days I was an active participant in many events which included public speaking, debates and interactions with different people. I also got the opportunity to talk to students studying in village schools. I realized that there is a lot that we can give to them and we need to interact with them more often, which is why I want to affiliate myself with an organization like SIDART. We can act as a beacon to introduce the world to young, talented, innovative kids who someday might change the world. SIDART works for child welfare, women empowerment and traffic safety, the most talked about issues in our country.

It creates opportunities to discuss the problems and issues faced by people in rural areas. As responsible individuals of society we must educate others regarding issues of sanitation, nutrition, women's rights and child safety.
SIDART aims to bridge the gap between urban India and rural India which is what motivates me to give my best and be a helping hand in developing our country.

Srinjana Michelle Das

My name is Srinjana and I am currently pursuing my bachelor's in Political Science and Sociology from University of Delhi. I am very passionate about animals and always wanted to study animal behaviour and welfare. It is my dream to work for animals, to be around them and to conserve wildlife.
I have worked at different NGOs like Friendicoes which works for sick dogs, cats and horses, Hope and Beyond which works for birds and snakes and aashray- a home for the strays. Recently I went for a turtle conservation program to learn about turtles and marine life.
This is my first time working as an intern in an NGO and I am really looking forward to work with SIDART. The NGO is doing a great job and I am sure I will get to learn a lot of things. 
It would be great to work with SIDART as they are trying so hard to make people aware of the road safety rules, they are  working for the upliftment of the poor and also women empowerment. I believe that by becoming a part of sidart I would be able to help and serve people who are not that privileged. I am looking forward to help these people and making their lives better.

Darshana Khandelwal‎

I am Dershna Khandelwal, pursuing BA-JMC (Bachelor in Journalism and Mass Communication) from ICG - The IIS (deemed to be University). I am also pursuing a Diploma course in Fashion Designing from ICG itself. I have done my schooling from Tilak Public School, Jaipur and completed it in session 2015-16. Being a keen student, I always believe in learning new things. My prime hobbies include painting and photography.

Working in an NGO is a challenging as well as a very satisfying Job. It is a person’s prime duty to work for welfare of the society s/he is living in. NGO develops social skills in an individual and helps to make positive contribution to growth and development of the society. The other benefit of being a part of an NGO is that a person develops professional skills to meet the demands of the role and of the organisation. So it is basically like an investment for future.

SIDART NGO was registered in 1998 with the vision to realise “the rights of the people and help others to realise the needs of everyone.” SIDART primarily works on women empowerment, child health and nutrition, community development, rural development, capacity building of women in panchayats, adolescent health, community centre for HIV, gender concerns, action research, HIV and AIDS prevention and other social issues.

I joined SIDART with a motive to add a positive contribution to uplift the weaker sections of the society and serve the society in every manner I can. The main reason which made me join SIDART is the current scenario of increasing crime rate against women, infant mortality, improper sanitation in rural areas, etc.

Aakanksha Mathur

My name is Aakanksha Mathur, and I come from a corporate background. I have a Master’s degree in business management, with a specialisation in Marketing and Human Resource Management; and have worked in a multinational organisation for 3 years. I decided to join SIDART to utilise my skills for the betterment of the society. SIDART works for women empowerment and child welfare, the two segments of the society which are the least aware of their rights and duties as citizens of this esteemed nation. I hope to help in the cause that has been taken up by SIDART as it would help bridge the gap between urban and rural India, and bring our country closer to achieving the Global Sustainable Development Goals. I would utilise my marketing skills to spread awareness about SIDART and its cause in the urban youth through the promotion of various courses and workshops offered.