Society for Peoples Integrated Development

General information:
Full Name of organization Society for People’s Integrated Development
Acronym ( if applicable) SPID
Date of established 14 July, 2006
Nationality Indian
Legal status (including official registration number, where relevant) Regd. No. S-56110, under Society Registration act 1860
Postal address A3-52, Sector-16, Rohini, Delhi-110085
Visiting address 128, Nirman Mazdoor Awas Sthal, Haiderpur, Delhi-88
Website N.A.
Person responsible for this project Mr. Arjun Singh, Dr. Umashankar Prasad
Contact person for this project Mr. Arjun Singh, Dr. Umashankar Prasad
Telephone Number 09958821468, 09911761399,
Fax Number N.A.
E-mail address,

Type of Organization Grassroots organization
Main objectives of the organization Society for People’s Integrated Development (SPID) is non-profit NGO. It has been registered under Society Registration Act 1860 at Registrar of Societies, Govt. NCT, Delhi. Our Society feels a degradation of Health system and Education especially in the sector of Women and girls. There is a dire need to improve this degradation for women empowerment and children
We are committed to work for women empowerment and girls on health issues and educations in a democratic process. Our aim is to help, assist, contribute, coordinate, welfare activities connected with health, education, culture, research and upliftment of all the people of long term goal of the society about the shortcomings of the current development practices.

Bank details
Bank account Name Society for People’s Integrated Development
Bank account Number 201/103287
IFSC No. Synb0009021
Bank Name Syndicate Bank
Bank address Village- Haiderpur, Delhi-110088
Name of signatory/ies Mr. Arjun Singh,Dr. Umashankar Prasad
Position of signatory/ies Jointly

Jan Uday Foundation

JAN UDAY FOUNDATION is an NGO (registered under Societies Registration Act, XXI of 1860) was established on 28.12.2004, which is conceptualized and led by young, energetic, enthusiastic, educated professionals. All of them have a dream to eradicate problems from society, for a better tomorrow – for human beings as well as all other living creatures – problems regarding environment, education, health etc. in urban slums and rural areas. The Foundation is actively engaged in all over India.

Jan Uday Foundation provides integrated solutions to complex problems in diverse areas of Environment, Health and Social Development. The core focal issues being addressed by us are urban solid waste management, sanitation, water resources, health system, rural development, livelihood & improvement of urban slums, forestry and eco-development.

Regd. Office: 30/31 Basement, Old Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi-110060Branch Office: Nai Mandi, Baraut

District : Baghpat (U.P) PIN-250611



Vision :
To have healthy and self reliant society where equal opportunities are made available to the disadvantaged with special reference to women.

Mission :
To create a self reliant society of disadvantaged & marginalized groups who can avail equal opportunities in which woman play proactive role.

Goal :
Sustainable development of the society through women empowerment.

1. Name of Organization : SANKALP-JYOTI
2. Registered Office : Ashoka Nagar, Road
No.-1 Last, Kankarbagh,
Patna -800020.
3. E-mail :
4. Telephone/Mob. No. : 09334525610 / 09304832180.
5. Contact Person : Mr. Santosh Kumar
(Secretary), Ashoka Nagar, Road No.-1, Kankarbagh, Patna-800020
6. Status Of Organization : State Level in Bihar.
7. Registration no. Date &
Place of registration : Reg. No.- 1289/2003-04
Society Registration Act
XXI,1860, Bihar.
8. Nature of Organization : Not Profitable
Voluntary Organization.
9. Under IT Act
12 “A” : 1740-43.
& 80 “G” : 1744-47.

10. FCRA Ministry of Home
Affairs Govt. of India : 031170412
11. PAN No. : AAAAJ3140M.
12. Bank Details :
(i) Namme of Bankers : Indian Bank
(ii) Address of Bankers : Kankarbagh, Patna-800020.
(iii) Account No. :
Non-F.C.R.A : 537809512.
F.C.R..A. : 751410886.
(iv) Nature of Account : Joint Signature(Secretary
& Treasurer)

13. Project Location : Naubatpur Block of
Patna distt.and Kako,Jehanabad sadar & Ratnifaridpur Block of Jehanabad Distt.

Consumer Federation Tamilnadu (CONFET)

CONFET – Consumer Federation Tamilnadu
CONFET has been formed in 1992 and registered under the Societies Registration Act 1975. The focus of CONFET is creating awareness amongst all classes of consumers of their rights & duties

CONFET also protects the consumers by leading the affected consumers to legal fora. CONFET has a wide network of Consumer Councils spread over the length and breadth of the District. As on date the total Consumer Councils working with CONFET is 75.

CONFET has so far made it a sustained work to make legal interventions with regard to Consumer Disputes settlement. CONFET has filed before Consumer Fora about 900 cases since 1992. Public Interest litigations (PIL) have also been filed before the High Court, Chennai. That apart, many settlements between the affected consumers and the other side have been arrived at through alternate disputes redressal mechanism.
• Empower consumers.
• Promote self-sustenance of women.
• Work for safe environment for all.
• Create awareness, provide information, build capacity, train leadership, legal intervention, assure quality life …
• Impart training for generating economic resources and protect women from exploitation on the ground of gender…
• Protect all from pollution hazards emanating from chemical industries and other such industrial activities…
• Spread legal awareness to know their lawful rights over land, water and goods and services…
• Propose necessary amendments to Bills coming up before legislative bodies

CONFET is an umbrella organization consisting of likeminded non governmental and service movements working in various parts of Tamilnadu, with specific concentration in Cuddalore District with a network of many peoples from different walks of life.

The aforesaid units have come together with a definite goal for achieving a complete and comprehensive protection for Women development, Environment protection and Consumer awareness. The three units are organizations having legal status since they have been registered under the Societies Registration Act. CONFET has thus a common goal for socio, economic advancement and human rights protection.
Though CONFET is an ubmbrella organization of such likeminded units, the concept and concrete steps are designed and carried out by CONFET with a lead role. CONFET is the team head in implementing the programmes and policies of CONFET.
Registration Number : 65/1991
FCRA Number :
Personal Account Number :


CONFET has a broad team of Programme Executives with specific area of concentration. Hereunder is provided the Programme Executives :-
President K.Vaithiyanathan
Vice Chairman N.Balki
General Secretary S. Martine
Chief Functionary & Executive Secretary M.Nizamudeen
Public Relation Officer S.Mathivanan
Training Director and Consultant C. A. Dass
Publications Advisor T. Devaraj
Treasurer J.Roselin

Office Staffs

CONFET has a broad team of Programme working with specific area of concentration. Hereunder is provided the Programme staffs :-
Programme Co ordinator ( Health ) K. Thiruknavukkarasu
Programme Co ordinator (Environment) T. Arulselvam
Programme Co ordinator
(Consumer Information centre) N. Chandramala
Programme Co ordinator (Women) Meenatchi
Community Monitors (Environment) S.Pugazhendi

has been conducting sustained campaign about the rights of consumers, the duties of consumers, the responsibilities of traders and service providers towards the consumers. The campaign is carried forward through public meetings, rallys, street corner meetings, seminars, workshops.

Campaigning is also carried out against spurious goods, misleading advertisements, promotion of sales by offering freebies etc. Public Interest Litigations are also being filed against violaters. Whenever necessary publications are brought out in the form of handbills, booklets, training modules etc. The methods for redressing the grievances of the affected consumers are also focused in such campaigns.
CONFET is imparting training to consumer activists, lead organizations, Panchayat leaders, NGOs for preparing them to get readied for facing the challenges that they have come across. In particular Govt. Officials are also given training duly supported by Govt Departments.

The Women SHGs from the rural areas are also given training. School and College students are also brought under the training schedule. Especially the members of NSS, Rotaract and such other voluntary groups are brought under the training. During the training course materials are supplied to the participants. The Resource persons are drawn from the legal fraternity, educationists etc.
CONFET is giving special attention to the art of advocacy. The CONFET is collecting the proposed bills that may be presented in the legislating bodies and making propaganda on the merits, demerits, amendments needed to be incorporated in the proposed Acts.
The CONFET’s future plan of action centres around this concept. The traders and service providers are provided with materials and information for providing quality and standard goods and services to the consumers.

In this direction the help of the lawyers, experts in the respective fields are also availed. The Government agencies are also brought in this network so that they appreciate the petitions and representations of consumers. Efforts are also being made to include the Consumer activists in Statutory bodies.
CONFET is holding periodical workshops for the benefit of the consumers. In most cases the workshops run for a whole day. The participants are divided into small groups and consumer oriented topics and situations are assigned to the groups so that the participants come to know for themselves the real issue. Leaders are also selected by the group members and they present papers on the outcome of the deliberations. The participants are trained to document, to prepare, to draft, to argue and to follow the issues.

In short the capacity of the activists are enhanced. The are also taught to involve themselves to lobbying for the development of consumer movement.
CONFET further conducts seminars for consumer related groups, government agencies and the youth. Usually the seminar is divided into four sessions. Each session is presided over by a panel of members. The members present work papers, thematic papers on the problems and redressal available to them. At the closure of each panel presentations the house is open for interactions by member participants. Conclusions are drawn from the presentations and further action is followed by CONFET .
School ? College Consumer Clubs
CONFET has been tied up by the Government of Tamilnadu which is an agency of Government of India to open school consumer clubs. The CONFET is the Nodal Agency in Cuddalore District for such School and College Consumer Clubs. The assistance of the Education Authorities are taken. Under the directions Government the Consumer Club Coordinators from among the staff are appointed. Essay, quiz, singing, drawing competitions are held under the auspices of CONFET.

The members of the above clubs engage themselves in conducting surveys, in celebrating and bringing awareness during the important days notified by the UN.
Disaster Relief Works
CONFET also rises to occasions like natural disaster management and relief distribution works. When Tsunami hit the coastal areas of Southern India in Dec 2004, there was a huge loss of lives apart from damage to property. The members of CONFET made it a moment for service and helped the District Administration in removing human corpses and conducting mass burials. Also CONFET distributed with the help of other NGOs aid materials and livelihood support system in the form of fishing nuts, boats etc.

CONFET also engaged itself to conduct Legal aid camps to the benefit of surviving victims of Tsunami with a focus to get the proper and sufficient relief from the Government agencies.
Human Rights Centre – Training
CONFET is a nodal agency for running a Human Rights Centre. The centre is run under the support of Bless, a ruralization movement working at Cuddalore. The aim of this centre is to create awareness amongst people, especially women SHGs. marginalized groups etc. They are taught to know, document, advocate their grievances before the Human Rights Courts, Human Rights Commissions etc for appropriate relief. The different type of statutory Commissions available to Women, Children, SC/ST, BC members, Minorities are explained. The target groups are, Human Rights Defenders, Trade Union leaders, Women, NGOs, Panchayat and Village Leader, Police Authorities, Government officials, School and college Students.

The victims who approach the HRC is given correct and proper guidance, counselling and methods to approach the correct forum for relief. Further, the media reporting is made a complaint and forwarded to theGovt/Human Rights Commision etc for appropriate action.
Information Centres
CONFET is also running an Information Centre with the aid and support of Satyam Foundations, Chennai and Pepople’s Watch, Madurai, at Semmankuppam, Cuddalore District. The Centre works as a learning centre for the villagers and as an information centre for them to know about the weather conditions, monsoon arrivals, the probability of natural calamities, environmental monitoring etc. The Centre is manned by trained staff members. Computers teachers are also engaged to impart computer literacy. Another information centre is run with specifics on conumer rights and duties. It is functioning from 1997 and is funded by Government of Tamilnadu.
Co-ordination with Governments Agencies
CONFET is closely and efficiently working with Government departments especially Food, Consumer Protection and Civil supplies, Public Department, the Revenue Departments in carrying forward the message of consumer awareness and the reliefs available to them. With the aid and support of Govt Agencies training programmes are conducted periodically for the welfare of all sections of the society.
Health Services
CONFET is also indulging itself in health care activities, Disease detection camps, eye ailment cure camps are also conducted. With the aid of the Govt of Tamilnadu, an ambulance service is run by CONFET. The base station is Bhuvanagiri in Cuddalore District. The ambulance with all emergent equipments is provided by the Govt, The staff wages is borne by the Govt. CONFET is a logistics supporter for providing the service to the public.
Related Organisations
List of councils working in co-ordination with the Cuddalore District Consumer Protection Organization
Cuddalore Taluk
? Cuddalore District Consumer Protection Organization – Cuddalore
? Cuddalore District Consumer Protection Organization – Cuddalore
? Cuddalore District Women Consumer Protection Organization – Cuddalore
? Nellikuppam Consumer Rights & Protection Organization – Nellikuppam
? Cuddalore District Railway Uses & Consumer Organization – Cuddalore.O.T
? Consumer Protection & Environment Organization – Cuddalore Port
? Consumer & Human Rights Protection Organization – Cuddalore Port
? Cuddalore Talk Consumer Rights, Protection Organization – Kalaiuoor
? EB Qtrs & Kovindasamy Nagar Nala Consumer Protection Organization – Sellankuppam
? Cuddalore Sipcot Consumer, Environment Protection Organization – 10.Sankolikuppam
? Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Cuddalore Port
? Consumer, Environment Protection Organization – Semankuppam
? Tamilnadu Consumer Education & Development Society – Naduveerapattu
? Consumer, Environment Protection Organization – Eachankadu
? Vadaluor Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Vadaluor
? Consumer Awareness & Rights Centre – Vadaluor
? Nellikuppam Consumer Protection Society – Nellikuppam
Panruti Taluk
? Tamilnadu Rural, Urban Consumer Protection Organization – Semakottai
? Consumer Education & Environment Protection Organization – Rayarpalayam
? L.N.Puram Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Panruti Town & Talk Women Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Panruti Town Consumer & Environment Protection Organization – Panruti
? Panruti L.P.G User & Consumer Protection Organization – Thiruvathigai
? Panruti Town Youth Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Panruti Town, Vadakailasam Nagar Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Ammapettai Consumer, Environment Protection Organization – Panruti
? Pudhupettai Consumer & Human Rights Protection Organization – Pudhupettai
? Aveyanoor Consumer Protection Organization – Aveyanoor
? Aveyanoor Women Consumer Protection Organization – Aveyanoor
? Ulathamppattu Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Ulathamppattu
? Panruti Consumer Protection Organization – Natham
? Natham Consumer Rights & Environment Protection Organization – Natham
? Thiruduraiuoor Women Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Thiruduraiuoor
? Panruti Town, Nethaji Nagar, Melapalayam Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Panruti Talk, Rural Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Eanthirimangalam Consumer Protection Organization – Eanthirimangalam
? Panruti Urban Womens Education Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Seerakuppam Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Metukuppam
? Annagirama Rural Consumer Protection Organization – Palapattu
? Panruti Talk Consumer Protection Organization – S.Earippalayam
? Melakavalunoor Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Melakavalunoor
? Melakavalunoor Women Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Melakavalunoor
? Panruti Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Panruti
? Panruti Talk Environment & Consumer Protection Organization – Kadampulliuor
? Panruti Makkal Nalam & Consumer Rights Centre – Thidirrkuppam
? Thatanchavady, L.R.Palayam Consumer Protection Organization – Panruti
? Oraiuor Rural Consumer Protection Organization – Oraiuor
? Kanrakottai Rural Consumer Protection Organization – Kanrakottai
? Nalluorpalayam Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Nalluorpalayam
? Panruti Mani Nagar, Aruljothi Nagar Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Panruti
? JKF Consumer & Human Rights Social Welfare Movement – Neyveli Town Ship
Chidamabaram Taluk
? Consumer Protection Society, Trust – Chidamabaram
? Consumer & Environment Protection Organization – Kumarachi
? Consumer Rights & Protection Organization – Sethiyathoppu
? Consumer & Environment Protection Organization – B.Muduloor
? Consumer Protection Organization-Portnoova.
? Keerapalayam Consumer Rights & Protection Organization – Boothankudi
Kataumanarkoil Taluk
? Palayankottai Consumer Protection Organization – Keezhupathi
? Kataumanarkoil Talk Consumer Rights Protection Organization – Nangukodi
? Lallpettai Consumer Protection Organization – Lallpettai
? Consumer Environment Protection Organization – Kataumanarkoil
Virudachalam Taluk
? Virudachalam Consumer Rights & Environment Protection Organization
? Srimushnam Consumer Protection Centre – Srimushnam
? Magalampettai Consumer Rights Protection Society – Magalampettai
? Consumer & Human Rights Protection Organization – O.Adhanunoor
? Neyveli Consumer Protection Organization – Neyveli
? Neyveli Women Consumer Protection Organization – Neyveli
? Periyaakuruchi Women Consumer Protection Organization – Periyaakuruchi
? Neyveli Urban Consumer Protection Organization – Neyveli, Block – 21
? Neyveli Consumer Protection Organization – Neyveli
? Neyveli Women Consumer Protection Centre – Neyveli
Thittakudi Taluk
? Thittakudi Consumer Protection Organization – Thittakudi
? Consumer Rights Protection Society – Arsankudi
? Consumer Protection Organization – Sengamedu

List of School Consumer Clubs in co-ordination with the CONFET
? Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School, Tirupapuliyur, Cuddalore
? Joseph’s Hr. Sec. School, Manjakuppam, Cuddalore
? Government Hr. Sec. School, Naduveerapattu, Cuddalore
? Govt. Welfare Hr. Sec. School, Semakottai, Panruti –Tk
? Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Semakottai, Panruti –Tk
? Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Kadampuliyur, Panruti –Tk
? Matric Hr. Sec. School, Block – 17, Neyveli – 607 803
? Government Boys Hr. Sec. School, Virudachalam Tk
? Govt. Hr. Sec. School, Karuvepplankurichi, Virdachalam Tk
? Government Boys Hr. Sec. School, Tittagudi Tk
? Government Hr. Sec. School, Pennadam, Tittagudi Tk
? Government Girls Hr. Sec. School, Kattumannarkoil Tk
? Government Hr. Sec. School, Kumararchi, Kattumanarkoil Tk
? Matric Hr. Sec. School, Chidambaram
? Govt. Girls Hr. Sec. School, Chidambaram Tk.
? Hr. Sec. School, Orathuor & Post, Chidambaram –Tk
? Government Boys Hr. Sec. School, Perperiyankuppam, Nellikuppam
? Government Girls Hr. Sec. School, Perperiyankuppam, Nellikuppam
? Government High School, Killai, Chidambaram –Tk
? Government Boys Hr. Sec. School, Virudachalam
? Government High School, Paluor & Post, Panruti
? Government High School, Kullanchavady
? Government Hr. Sec. School, Pudhupettai, Panruti Tk
? Government Girls Hr. Sec. School, Chidambaram
? Government Hr. Sec. School, Nalluor, Virudachalam Tk
? Government Hr. Sec. School, Kozhipakkam, Cuddalore –Tk
? Girls Hr. Sec. School, Cuddalore
? Girls Hr. Sec. School, Panruti
? Boys Hr. Sec. School, Block –10, Neyveli
? Government Hr. Sec. School, Lalpettai, Kattumanarkoil Tk

Networking with Regional, National and International Consumer Organizations
CONFET has close networking with regional consumer movement like
? CI – Consumer International, London
? FEDCOT – Federation of Consumer Organisations, Tamilndu and Pondicherry, Tiruchirapalli
? CCC – Consumer Coordination Council, New Delhi
? CUTS – Consumer United Trust Society, Jaipur
? CERC – Consumer Education and Research Centre, Ahmedabad
? CAG – Consumer Action Group, Chennai
? CAI – Consumer Association of India, Chennai
? HRF – Human Rights Foundation, Chennai
? PW – Pepople’s Watch, Madurai
? CAN – Coastal Action Network, Nagapattinam CATALYST TRUST, Chennai
? GCM – Global Community Monitor, USA Other Media, New Delhi
? TNEC – Tamilnadu Environment Council, Dindugal Equation, Bangalore Bless -Cuddalore
? SAM – Social Action Movement
The programmes of such bodies are sincerely carried and executed. The Regional, National and International Consumer Organizations have great confidence in CONFET and entrusted many works like Street Food Testing, Drugs Testing, Real Estates, etc.


Consumer Federation Tamilnadu (CONFET)
72/7, Nethji Road, Manjakuppam,
Pin 607001, TN, (India)

Telefax : +91 – 4142-230978
Mobile : +91 – 9500200094

E-mail :

Samajik Seva Sadan (SSS)

Address : At – Banjhikusum,
P.O – Mahisapat,
Dist – Dhenkanal
Pin – 759001
Orissa, India.
Tel / Fax – 06762 – 224128
Web :

Field Office :At/P.O:- Subdega,
Dist – Sundargarh,
PIN – 770014
Orissa, India.
Tel ph. – 06622 – 278011

Contact person :
1) Mrs. Veronica Dung Dung,
Mobile: (0) 9437864665
e.mail –
2) Mr. Emmanuel Pathil
Mobile: (0) 9437079315
e.mail –

Legal Status :
a) Registered under Indian societies
Registration Act, 1860 (Act of XXI)
in the year 1985.
No.- Dkl – 1098/162 of 1985 – 1986.
b) Registered under Foreign
contribution (Regulation) Act
(FCRA) in the year 1986
No.-104890007 – 1985 – 1986.
c) Registered under section 12(A) of
Income Registration Act
No.- Adm. (GL) 45/12-A/1986-1987
d) Registered Under Rule 11 AA of
Income Tax Rules 1962.

Genesis and Brief History:

Samajik Seva Sadan (SSS) began itself with a non-formal education centre at Banjhikusum a Juanga tribal hamlet, in 1982 by Montfort Religious Brothers under the Dioceses of Sambalpur, Odisha. The basic philosophy of this organization is ” serving fellowman is worshiping God ” with the motto of creating “awareness and progress” to make the people masters of their own destiny by working together and achieving it with their fellow beings.

From 1983, marked by establishment of rapport with the communities and better understanding of the magnitude of the problems, issues affecting the communities, SSS extended its service to 15 more hamlets around Banjhikusum by 1985 to promote value based education for children, Mother & child and community health, organizing Youth & Women, saving & credit programs for ST & SC women and Income Generation Activities to alleviate poverty, Rehabilitation of Cured Leprosy Patients and community water resource creation and management. On 12/12/1985 Samajik Seva Sadan got itself registered as a secular society Under Societies Registration Act 1860.


The intervention of the Organization is to make the community aware of its situation and enable them to take control over the resources around and Governmental by right to improve their socio-economic status.


SAMAJIK SEVA SADAN envisions an Empowered Human Society where the marginalized people including Women, Adivasis & Dalits live with Dignity, Equality, Harmony and Justice.


To Mobilize support service & Implement pro-people programs for structural poverty alleviation with a direct Poverty Alleviation Input, Social Reconstruction, Policy Advocacy, Empowerment of Women & Gender Equity, Total Health, Capacity Building of Youth, Skill Development of Children & Infrastructure creation for and by the people.


The real strength of the organization is the people “the stakeholders” who have extended their un-quantified support to the organization in every respect.

Core Strength:

• Highly Experienced and
dedicated staff.
• Democratic functioning.
• Secular in Character.
• Honesty to the values.
• Faith in capacity of common

Target Group:

Though we work for all the sections of the society the following categories of people are regarded as our special target group.

•Dropped out Children & Child Labours
?Victims of Human Rights violation
?Physically Challenged & Orphan Children
?Small and Marginal farmers
?Adivasis, Dalits & Rural poor.
?Minority Communities
?Women & Destitute
?Rural Artisans
?Youth, Adolescent girls
?Leprosy, HIV / AIDS Patients

Geographical Area of Operation:

Samajik Seva Sadan is working in the entire Dhenkanal District, part of Angul District and in Sundargarh District. More than 25,00,000 people have benefited from the activities of the organization directly or indirectly from 1982 to the present day. Realizing the greater need of Adivasi and Dalit communities in Sundargarh, it has become our focus District for community interaction and involvement for sustainable development.

Priority Area of Operation:

The organization has identified the following area as its priority areas of activities for the coming 10 years.

?Quality Primary & Secondary Education and prevent Child Labour.
?Mitigate Climate Change and Solar LED Lantern Promotion.
?Personality & Leadership development & Vocational Training for Youth and Adolescent Girls
?Environment, Plantation and Regeneration of Degraded Forest.
?Human Rights Promotion by Awareness Generation & Advocacy.
?Agriculture, Horticulture, Bio-farming and Water Conservation.
?PRI & Potential women Leaders Training and Capacity Building.
?Natural Resource Management, Food Security & Livelihood.
?Strengthening Palli & Gram Sabha for Good Governance.
?SHG formation & Promotion of Self Help Cooperatives.
?Reproductive Health of women & Child Development & Environment.
?Micro Finance & Income Generation programme.
?Prevention of Trafficking by counseling and awareness building in villages.
?Promotion of Tribal Culture and Development.
?Campaign on HIV / AIDS & STD.
?Relief & Rehabilitation.

Human Resources:

SSS is fortunate enough to have a very efficient and dedicated band of professional social workers who are implementing all the schemes and programs with full dedication and efficiency. At present 19 are working on a full time basis and 17 on part-time. Besides, 128 numbers of volunteers are associated with the organization are available if and when they are called in for their service.

Organization Structure :

The General Body is the supreme body which decides the actual thrust of the organization and its focus. This has 16 members at present. A Governing Body of 7 members is elected by the General Body in every two years to manage the affairs of the organization. The Governing Body is responsible for the implementation of the policies of organization trough the Director who is appointed by the Governing Body. The Body meets to discuss issues that need attention.

General Body

Governing Body


Technology Non-Govt. Program Govt. Program Administrative & Accounts
Propagator Organizers Organizers Accountant, Cashier,
Office Secretary-
Cum Computer Operator
Documentation In charge,
Driver, Caretaker.
Coordinators, Office/Field Supervisors,
& Animators, Part time field workers
& Volunteers

General Body’s specialty :

Our General Body consist of 15 members. It is a Woman and Tribal Headed Organization having 6 women of which 4 are in the Governing Body. The members consist of intellectual, eminent social workers, representatives from target community also from workers of the organization.

SSS is Proud to be Associated With:

?Ministry of HRD, Government of India.
?CAPART, New Delhi.
?Action Aid, U.K.
?Government of Orissa.
?NORAD, New Delhi and Norway.
?OPEPA, Government of Orissa.
?SWISS AID, Switzerland.
?DRDA, Dhenkanal.
?National Horticulture Board, Haryana.
?Gram Vikas, Orissa.
?Andheri-Hilfe, Germany/
?PREM, Orissa
?PRIA, New Delhi.
?MIVA, Switzerland.
?NYK, Dhenkanal
?CASA, Mumbai
?National Institute of Naturopathy,
Pune – AYUSH.


Statutory :
R.C. Lal & Co.
Chartered Accountants
41, Ashok Nagar (East), Bhubaneswar.

External : Once a year by the Donor Agency on contract.

Sita Gramodyog Vikas Sansthan (SGVS)

Admin. Off

P.O. Box No.-70, GPO, Patna Bihar.
80, C.D.A. Colony, North Shastri Nagar,
Patna-800023, Bihar (INDIA)

The present secretary Mr. Ravindra Sharma who hails from the operational area of the organization having observed the growing menace of extremist violence in the area while he was still student in the University in the early 80s. At that time counter revenge among the extremist had already started and the situation was worsening day by day. He got the opportunity to interact with the prominent Gandhian and Sarvodaya leaders and was taken aback with the Gandhian ideologies and he started attending the meetings and seminars at the institute of Gandhi Nidhi at Patna to find the solution of the problems being faced by the society for the place he belonged based on the Gandhian philosophy and ideology.

He obtained new insight from the prominent leaders and visualized the solution for solving the problems existing in the area. After regular interaction and consultation with these leaders he came to a logical conclusion that lack of employment opportunities and low agricultural return are the basic triggering factors behind the social violence.

He had been advised to start some constructive activities based on the Gandhian ideology and followed which he had the consensus from the prominent persons of the area to register a voluntary organization in the name of the Sita Devi, a prominent social activist of the area who had lead the movement for the cause of poor and underprivileged people in particular the downtrodden of the area. Under the above background the Sita Gramoudyog Vikas Sansthan (SGVS) was registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860 on the 6th Dec. 1991 with the vision and mission mentioned above.

Seeta Gramoudyog Vikas Sansthan (SGVS) is a people’s organization dedicated for the services of the people and was established during the month of December 1991 having its working area in one of the worst Naxal affected zones of central Bihar, which is widely characterized as the most backward and inaccessible area which has witnessed series of massacres and killings during numerous conflicts between the Naxal groups spread over in the last three decades.

Presently the SGVS has its intensive intervention at Kaler and Arwal blocks of newly created district of Arwal, which was earlier part of the district of Jehanabad and it also works in three other districts namely Jehanabad, Aurangabad and Bhojpur. These areas have been identified as the worst Naxal Zones at the National Map. Failure of state machinery is quite evident in the area as these different Naxal outfits have their parallel governance system denying all the constitutional provisions.
Mass migration and re – colonization of communities has badly affected the social fabric of the area. Provisions and access to basic means of existence and employment opportunities in the area has been identified as the real felt need of the people of the area.

Considering the above felt need SGVS has registered itself under Khadi & Village Industries Commission (KVIC), Mumbai to extend the outreach of the services and generating employment opportunities to the people of the area. Awareness building, facilitating the formation of the community based organizations for empowerment and enabling them to establish linkages with different resource institutions and stakeholders in development has been adopted as the basic strategy of the organization.

Sharing of information particularly with the most underprivileged section of the society to empower and enable them to franchise their duties and to have their access to resources and services and actualization of their rights through organizing them at community level is the main thrust of the organizational activities

o. Operational Area:

Sita Gramoudyog Vikas Sansthan works extensively in 4 districts namely Jehanabad (one block), Arwal (3 blocks), Aurangabad (one block) and Bhojpur (one block) in the state of Bihar, India.

P. Target Group:

1. Poor women from the most deprived section of the society.
2. Adolescent Girls.
3. Children of all the age.

The goal of the organization is to work holistic development of rural community of Bihar for the continuous improvement in the socio – economic and moral status.


Empowerment of every community to pursue its own vision and have its own strategic development plan in an enabling environment with access to all resources required for its effectiveness in realizing its vision and in turn achieving a sustainable and peaceful society characterized by human values, peaceful co – existence and promotion of material, spiritual and cultural values and wellbeing.


To educate, organize and empower the rural poor for promoting development as a liberating force aimed at justice, economic growth and self – reliance and to capacitate the most disadvantaged section of the society for participation in the development process for socio – economic advancement.

K. Main Objectives of the Organization;

1. To work complete positive change in the present patriarchal system and social structure.
2. To promote women’s empowerment in men ruled society to make them equal to men by giving them self – employment and making economically strong.
3. To work minimizing the social evils such as dowry system, child marriage, socio – economic disparities etc.
4. To work for sustainable agriculture and rural development practices by adopting modern techniques and appropriate technologies.
5. To work for providing justice to the women.
6. To make the women conscious for their rights and duties, free from any compulsion, to be an ideal citizen of the society, nation and enabling to think about welfare and development of themselves, their families and the ultimately the community.
7. To make atmosphere against orthodox rituals, gender biasness and to make the women self – employed.
8. To make the women conscious and organized to fight against injustice and inequality in the society.
9. To raise the literacy level, nutritional level and health status of the women in the community etc.


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ASha Kiran Home is special home for orphan, destitute and under privilaged children. It is running under SLAJUS which is registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860, FCRA act 1976 and also 12 A and 80 G of Income Tax Act 1971.

Jan Vikas Samiti


Jan Vikas Samiti (JVS) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) with its head office at head office at MATA (JATAV) CHOPAL NEAR KAPIL MEDICAL STORE MAIDAN GARHI
NEW DELHI -110068. The organization is registered under the societies registration Act XXI of 1860 with registration number NO. S/52161-2005 and under processing section 80G of the Income Tax Act. It is registered by government of national capital territory (NCT) of Delhi. JAN VIKAS SAMITI has been working in meaningful development driven initiatives that distinctly impact the quality of life of the marginalized children, youth and women from rural and urban slums at Delhi and NCR.

JAN VIKAS SAMITI is one of the leading NGO committed for sustainable community development programmes through participatory research and development, capacity building and issue based intervention at various stages having its strong base in rural and tribal areas with special emphasis on education (Vocational & Elementary education), health, child labor, nation building through community development, empowerment and general social up liftment of socially disadvantageous people at the grass- root levels. JAN VIKAS SAMITI involvement in its endeavor of developmental work at different level has been through its well experienced and highly qualified experts, professionals in the field of planning, designing, programme Implementation, Monitoring & evolution in socio-economic programmes.

As take target to aware, work on education, health, women empowering, youth and other social work and with this aim JAN VIKAS SAMITI established in 2005 by a group of social scientists, professionals and social workers for community development, environment building through participatory and social programmes. The sole objectives of JAN VIKAS SAMITI is to make every youth educated with vocational training and elementary education, woman empowerment, child labor, HIV/ AIDS, and Rural Development etc.
The core strength of JAN VIKAS SAMITI is supplemented by a dedicated group of experts, professionals comprising specialists to suit specific project requirements as well as through relevant linkages with other NGO’s, academic institutions and other national and international organizations of repute.
As show the figure of Delhi’s largest slum area Maidan Garhi, JAN VIKAS SAMITI opened a unit JVS Institute at Maidan Garhi. JVS Insttute is working with education for students who belongs with low income family. They can not get admission in higher education, So Bright Institute of Information Technology gave him opportunity with various Diploma Program in various fields such as DIT, DCA, ADCA, DOM, DCAP, DCAD, DFA, DGWD, DTP and others .

Are You Interested to help Jan Vikas Samiti please contact

Fateh Singh

Hempal Asrawat
Co-ordinator AIIT
Mobile No. +919958535930

Enlightening Education For Everyone

NEW DELHI -110068. The organization is registered under the societies registration Act XXI of 1860 with registration number NO. S/52161-2005
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Head Office
At- Arana
Post- Gadama
Dist –Jagatsingpur
PIN- 754159(Orissa)
Phone -+919438863609
Field office
At/Post Haridaspur
Dist Jajpur
PIN -755024(Orissa)

SWABALAMBI was founded on 20th October 2002, by a group of committed social workers to serve the distress people. It is registered under Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860 on 17th March 2006, bearing registration no 22251/232.
SWABALAMBI believes that the village community has and identity and history of its own can grow to a state of self- sustainability where most of its inhabitants will be able to get employment with ample opportunities of environmental and cultural development.
We see an India where vulnerable people realize their aspirations for a better life in a better community.
SWABALAMBI stands for equality and equity based gender just socially transformed self-reliant society.
SWABALAMBI endeavors to empower people for social transformation to achieve self-reliance and gender justice through participatory efforts and to ensure ecological balance.
All our efforts will enhance the capabilities of vulnerable people, especially women and children, to better control their lives.

Our strategy is to form and strengthen community organizations, mainly comprising women. These women groups are entrusted with the task of providing all round development of the village. The women organizations intervene in the social, economic, cultural, and child protection areas, while we provide back-up support. Women organizations have been formed at the village, block and district levels.
SWABALAMBI will start work in Jagatsinghpur, Jajpur and Keonjhar district of Orissa of 75 villages. Since the areas are distinct from each other, the activities initiated in each area are also different, depending upon the needs of the area. In future the work may extend other parts of Orissa.
? Involving women and children
? Have full participation
? Promote gender equity
? Reach the vulnerable
? Have significant scope and impact
? Be environmentally sensitive
? Be sustainable
? Respect
? Equity
? Integrity
? Commitment
? Participatory
? Child friendly

Income generation:
In order to promote non-farm activities and ensure a fair amount of employment and income especially for women, income generation activities have been initiated. Self Help Groups have been formed and strengthened through which the community, especially women, have taken up allied activities like rearing and breeding of fish, poultry as well as cultivation of vegetables and fruits on lands available, Besides Khadi and village Industry have also been promoted for marketing and ensuring fair price.
Disaster management:
Over the year – keeping in view the drastic depletion in the environment as well as the declining attention towards the context of ecological restoration in and around the village base of the operational districts – the organization has been making consistent effort over these years to regenerate and restore ecology through plantation, making awareness and knowledge on disaster preparedness as well as promoting local level facilitators and cadres at different levels.

Community Health and Nutrition
Health education and health care services are provided through village health posts. The emphasis is on preventive and promotive measures. The major focus is on Mother and Child Health. Health camps and health check-up in schools are regularly organized. Balanced diet and nutrition for pregnant and lactating women and nutrition for infants is focused upon. Counseling to adolescent girls is also provided.
Education and Human resource development
The concept of deploying a poor educated person at local level as a teacher has the plus point of employing a local youth for a fruitful purpose but in an honorable manner with the ultimate goal of promoting interest of poor and needy children who are deprived of a basic amenity of their lives. Computer Education is provided to all sections of society for betterment of their carrier and especially emphasis will be given to women and children.
Besides, capacity building of field staff, CBOs and Para-workers are regularly carried out to upgrade their skills and effectiveness. Regular monitoring of ongoing programs are carried out and process documentation of activities also takes place.
Agriculture and natural resource generation
Low cost eco-friendly Agriculture and Horticulture practices are targeted towards the small and marginal farmers. Nursery raising, plantation of fruit and herbal trees are undertaken on community lands and land owned by marginal farmers. To prevent soil erosion and harvest rainwater, tanks, ponds and wells have been constructed. Inter-cropping has been introduced to increase agriculture production. Despite spontaneous efforts of villagers, SWABALAMBI conducts regular village level meeting with support of Village Committee(s) to give proper feed back to the community to develop (collect & plant) various fodder & fruit bearing (Agro forestry & Horticulture) varieties.
There are various policies and acts which are anti-people and laws which are anti- women and anti-children, on a number of areas affecting tribal women and people at a large. Just to create consciousness among people about the issue of child labour and make them aware about the abrupt impact of that issue the workshop was arranged in remote village where hardly people have any chance to know such a grievous issue.
The organization has been undertaking networking with like-minded NGOs and Civil Society Organizations for the greater interest of the disadvantaged and deprived mass. At present it is associated with the following:

? Campaign against Child Labour (CACL) – Jagatsinghpur Chapter Convenor
? White Ribbon Alliance – Jagatsinghpur Chapter Convenor
? District Action Group – Member in Jagatsinghpur and Jajpur district.
? Action Group on Disaster Management – State level member.
? Indian Red Cross Society – Member Jagatsinghpur and Jajpur district.
? Orissa Voluntary Health Association – Member for Jagatsinghpur and Jajpur district.
? Community mobilization & awareness generation on NREGA & RTI – to promote transparency/social justice to all
? Pre-school residential accommodation for poor and destitute children
? Promotion of water and sanitation concept
? Awareness generation OF HIV/AIDS, STI as well as reproductive and child health (RCH)
? Promotion of national integration, social and religious cohesion and community harmony
? Promotion of agriculture and environment care through community effort involving youths and women.
? Promotion of civic consciousness and good governance with convergence efforts – mainly with line departments
? Promotion of local resource management (emphasis on common property resources) with various innovative Methods of Managing Soil, Water, Land Etc.
? Developing new contacts – both donors and networking partners.

SWABALAMBI has professionally trained people, motivated to use their knowledge and skill to remove poverty by working directly with poor. Engrossed in action since last 6 years SWABALAMBI feels the need to reach out to each un-reached and intends to act in wider development fraternity. Hence expects people, agencies, and institutions will extend their contributions for the greater cause of the destitute mass for whom its works ever since whole-heartily