Profiles of Indian NGOs & National – Ineternational Funding Agencies – Government Grants

SPID(Society for Participatory Integrated Development), New Delhi

Add : W-Z, 1374-A/2, 2nd Floor, Krishna Bhawan, Nangal Raya, New Delhi
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Mobile : 93112 57097
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Contact Person : Awadhesh Yadav
Purpose : Social Work
Aim/Objective/Mission : The society for participatory integrated development, also known as spid, is a non-profit, non-governmental organization (ngo) working in urban and rural areas of Delhi and uttar pradesh. Established in 2004 under the Indian societies registration act (1860), this community based organization was founded by a group of dedicated social workers, lawyers, and volunteers, and has since worked relentlessly for the betterment of the marginalized, deprived, vulnerable and ignored populations. It creates a platform for community empowerment through a variety of creative programs and activities focused on education, capacity building, health promotion and women s empowerment. Spid was founded on a belief in the dignity of all people and their capacity to overcome their problems. Spid works with the poorest and the most vulnerable in their struggle against poverty, suffering, and injustice. Objectives to address the basic needs of the people including health, education, access to clean water, and sanitation. To strengthen grass-root capacity and confidence building, and problem solving abilities to encourage skills development among local people for the promotion of livelihood working with a rights based approach. To minimize the vulnerability for transmission of diseases such as hiv/aids and stis. Developing a responsible and accountable presence in the community ? government through panchayat raj system. Primary areas of focus: skills development training with job assistance for youths (age 18-35 yrs). Education & child rights, care and protection and work with special children. Livelihood promotion. Women s empowerment programs addressing violence against women, gender equality, and women s rights. Promotion and protection of human rights & housing rights. Health promotion. Environment and sanitation with safe drinking water.

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