JAGRUTI operates 4 pre-schools and a new day-care centre so that mothers who work in construction don't have to take their children to dangerous workplaces and so that other mothers have a safe, loving place to care for their children in order to leave the house and support their families.
The health clinic saw 90 people a day. It served over 600 people with diabetes, provides HIV/Aids counseling and family planning services.
The micro-financing program started in 2012 has received tremendous support. Many of the women helped by Jagruti have small flourishing enterprises and are now relieved from borrowing money from private moneylenders. There has been no default in repayment of loans.
The young women who stay in the hostel feel secure there. They help with administrative work in addition to their studies. There is a waiting list for the hostel. Vocational training courses include tailoring, computer operation, pre-primary teacher's training, beautician, mobile repairing and nurse's aid.