Add: A 403, Ranjan Palace, Magistrate Colony, Ashiana
Contact Person: Anita Gupta
Aim/Objective/Mission: A group of women with deep social concern and commitment established BMKK in 1998 to work for a just and progressive society. They want to run constructive socio-economic programmes for women, youth, children and other needy section of the society so that poverty, illiteracy, discrimination, exploitation and social evils may come to an end. BMKK got registered under the Societies Registration Act in 2000 and under FCR Act in 2002. BMKK strives to organize, educate and empower rural poor to promote development as a liberating force aimed at justice, economic growth and self-reliance. BMKK want to establish a just society in which no one remains hungry, unemployed, illiterate and exploited. To empower the powerless, ensure the grass root people?s participation and facilitate their access to local resources. The strategy is such that people should actively involve in programme planning and implementation.
Mobile: 91-94302 66612