VIHAR SAMAJ KALYAN SANSTHAN

VIHAR SAMAJ KALYAN SANSTHAN
(VISKASAN) : AT A GLANCE

1. Name of the Organisation : VIHAR SAMAJ KALYAN SANSTHAN

2. Address : Hawai Nagar, Road No.-8
P.O. – Hatia
Ranchi – 834 003
Jharkhand (India)

3. Telephone No. : 0651-250 2087/ 225 2013(O)
094310 71648/ 094301 46172 (M)

4. E.mail : viskasan1@yahoo.co.in
Website : www.viskasan.org

5. Name and designation of the : i. L N Sinha, Secretary
Contact person # 09430146172

ii. Pushpa Martin, Project Manager
# 09431071648

6. Office Details : Head Office : Hawai Nagar, Road No.- 8
P.O. – Hatia
Ranchi – 834 003
Jharkhand

Branch Office: (i) Adarsh Home (A Free OldAge Home)
Vill.- Kulgu
Via. Piska Nagri
P.O.- Nagri
Ranchi

(ii) At – Simgega Main Road
Near Petrol Pump
P.O.- Simdega
Simdega – 835 223
Jharkhand

7. Organisational Management Structure

Vihar Samaj Kalyan Sansthan, Ranchi is a Voluntary, non- political , non- religion and non- profit making organization founded in 1983 by dedicated social workers, intellectuals educationist and medical practitioners. The organization has a sole objective of sustainable rural development in tribal villages of Jharkhand state. We are working towards achievement of sustained social and economic status and dignity of deprived and

underprivileged section of the society particularly tribal poor with a particular emphasis on women, children, aged and persons with disabilities who are neglected and distressed.

The organization has a General Governing Body. General Governing body elects Executive committee members. At present there are 9 executive committee members in our executive board. Election of Executive Committee members takes place on every three years. There are three office bearers President, Secretary and Treasurer and 6 executive members. Any financial matter and bank A/c operation is done jointly by Secretary and Treasurer. Any decision of the organization is discussed and finalized in Executive Committee meeting as and when required.

Annual activities and statement of income and expenditure of the organization is presented in the General Governing Body meeting. Before starting the project, implementation strategies is discussed in the Executive Committee meeting and project implementation is done under the supervision of the Secretary with the help Project Incharge, Project Coordinator, Supervisors and Community Organizers. Assessment and evaluation is always being intimated to executive committee members.

8. Legal status:
(i) Registered under Societies Registration Act. XXI 1860, by Bihar Registration Dept., Patna, in 1989, bearing No. 44/1989-90 dt. 29.04.1989

(ii) Registered under Societies Registration Act. XXI 1860 by Jharkhand Registration Dept. Ranchi in 2007 bearing No. 978/2006-07, dt. 15.3.2007

(iii) Registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) by Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi bearing No. 337800043

9. Income Tax Exemption :

(i) Exempted u/s 12A and 80G of Income Tax Act. 1976
(ii) 100% Tax Exemption under Section 35AC of Income Tax Act, 1976

10. Operational Areas : Ranchi, Simdega, W. Singhbhum and Gumla districts of
state Jharkhand

11. Target Group : Aged, Women & children, Tribal, Primitive Tribes, Backward communities, Small and marginal farmers, Artisans, Child Labrours, disabled and Female Sex
Workers

12. Our Achievements :

(i) Rehabilitated the most needy Old Aged people in the society at organisation’s Adarsh Home and created awareness among the mass to love and respect the elderly.

(ii) Promoted Health, hygiene and sanitation among the rural people at Arki block of Ranchi district through organized health education camps and installed Sanitary Latrines.

(iii) Educated School boys and girls on HIV/AIDS at distict Simdega.

(iv) Educated the never enrolled and drop out children through Non- Formal Education Centers at Thethaitanger Block of district Simdega.

(v) Educated the never enrolled and drop outs girls child through residential Balika Camp School at village – Kulgu, Ratu Block of district Ranchi and enrolled them in Formal Education System.

(vi) Empowered the voiceless women from tribal and disadvantaged communities by organized them in Self Help Groups (SHGs), Saving and credit activities, trained them in inter loaning, maintenance of accounts, skill development and established linkages with banks and other financial institutions for small business for their economic self reliance.

(vii) Trained SHG members in Animal husbandry, Agriculture development and Jute craft making.

(viii) Promoted small business among SHG members and individuals for economic self reliance through Micro Credit activities.

(ix) Promoted health, hygiene and sanitation among the villagers of district Simdega through Health education and installation of sanitary latrines for the people both Living Below Poverty Line (BPL) and Above Poverty Line (APL).

(x) Promoted community development programme at block Thethaitanger of district Simdega.

(xi) Promoted Communal harmony among different caste, creed and religious communities at block Thethaitanger of district Simdega.

(xii) Promoted agriculture development among the small and marginal farmers through provided training on agriculture, and provided appropriate seeds and fertilizers to them.

(xiii) Provided irrigation facilities to the small and marginal farmers through constructed check dam at village Halhu of Ratu block Ranchi district.

(xiv) Conducted state level survey of Women and Girls Child Trafficking and sexual exploitation in state Jharkhand under Save our Sisters (SOS) Movement.

(xv) Targeted Intervention among Female Sex Workers (FSWs) at district Gumla, Jharkhand through JSACS, Jharkhand

(xvi) Developed entrepreneurs under Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP) among farmers supported by NABARD.

(xvii) Implemented Sahiyya Selection and its training and formed Village Health Committees (VHCs) supported by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of Jharkhand under NRHM.

13. Networking Association :

VISKASAN is a network partner of the following networks:

(i) Confederation of National Rural NGOs in India (CNRI)
(ii) Voluntary Health Association for Jharkhand (VHAJ)
(iii) Save our Sisters (SOS) Movement Jharkhand.
A network working to combat women and girls child trafficking and sexual exploitation at state Jharkhand.
(iv) India Water Partnership, New Delhi, working on water issues.
(v) RIOD India, working to combat desertification in India

14. Next Year Plan :

– Rehabilitation of the most neglected elderly
– Promotion of Community safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene education in rural areas of state Jharkhand.
– Execution of Sustainable Education Programme
– AIDS awareness Programme
– Health Care services with special focus on Mother & Child Health Care (RCH) services
– Capacity building of rural masses
– Dairy Development
– Horticulture Development
– Fisheries Development
– Women Empowerment
– Micro Credit
– Vocational Training for the less educated youth
– Cause & care of the aged people
– Survey and rehabilitation of Child Labours
– Village Development Plan at Ratu Block of district Ranchi.

15. Future Plan :

– Rehabilitation of the most neglected elderly
– Comprehensive Health Care Services
– School for the minority Children
– Micro Credit
– AIDS Awareness Programme
– Promotion of Handicrafts
– Vocational Training for youth and SHG members
– Watershed Development Programme
– Agriculture Development Progrmme
– Dairy Development
– Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at district Simdega
– A Geriatric Hospital & Research Hospital
– Promotion of Community safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene education in rural areas of state Jharkhand.
– Rehabilitation of Child Labours
– Human Rights

L N Sinha
Secretary
Vihar Samaj Kalyan Sansthan