Add : 11, College Road, Chakghat
Mobile : 97551 89735
Email : email@example.com
Contact Person : Manni Lal Sondhiya
Purpose : E-governance, human development, information and communications technology, minorities, natural resource management, science and technology, right to information, tribal development, women development welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : We are a non-government organization based in teonthar block and rewa districts of madhya pradesh, a state in indiait is active in the field of social and rural development with emphasis on education health sanitation and social justice together these districts form one of the poorest regions of the country characterized by high population, high population growth rate and recurring floods main interventions of the organization are in the domains of education child development women empowerment family welfare micro-savings and credit income generation organic farming environment and disaster management. It is very often seen that muslim sc st and poor students fail to score good marks in the exam because of the lack of the coaching facilities as a result despite of all the constitutional preferences given to them they are not able to get through the exams resulting into large scale unemployment of them. The society as an honest attempt to provide education facilities to them and the students belonging to the below poverty line has started a coaching center to provide job training to aspirants of bpo, data enter, computer teacher’s training, advanced diploma in telecom, computer it software. A majority of the children in the operation area live in unhygienic conditions and are malnourished education for them is a distant dream recognizing the fact that healthy and educated children are future of the country the ngo is making efforts in the direction of could development the organization is running five schools in as many villages. One of the components of interventions with children is to ensure that they get supplementary nutrition earmarked for them. Streamlining supplementary nutrition has led to an improvement in the children s attendance in the primary schools.