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Women
Rating :
5.58/10
 
Phone :
0184-6530444,
City :
Address
SCO - 415, Second Floor, Mugal Canal, Karnal, Haryana, India
Date of Registration
2012-03-29
FCRA Registration Number
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Pardeep Kumar Secretary, Poonam Foundation Trust Karnal
Charity Organization Information

About Poonam Foundation Trust (PFT)
Poonam Foundation Trust is a registered non for profit organisation working for thernwelfare of women and child especially for those from the marginalized and deprivedrnsections of the society. The Trust aims to promote women and children’s human rights,To empower them to develop their full potential and to build a platform seekingTo eliminate discrimination against them.

Vision & Mission

Torncreate opportunities among less fortunate and economically disadvantagedrncommunities especially women and children for a dignified life.

Objectives
To promote activities that support women and childrenrnaffected by conflicts and calamities.
To promote activities that will rehabilitaternstreet children through providing them food, shelter and education.
To render support to orphans, helpless andrnhomeless women for their rehabilitation in the society with the help of various sponsoring institutions/ persons etc.
To promote activities that empowers disadvantagedrnwomen through greater livelihood options.
To organize activities that involves women andrnchildren’s full participation in their development process.
To set up weaving, cutting, embroidery and otherrnvocational training centre for imparting skilled or creative knowledge to womenrnof rural areas.
To work against female feticide throughrnorganizing seminars, workshops and programmes
To promote a number of Self Help Groups (SHG) andTo focus on increasing the awareness of women’s legal and human rights.
To empower women by raising awareness on variousrnsocial and political issues. It also vows to fight for the rights of thernoppressed women and to develop and promote programmes in pursuance of the organizingrnwomen’s forum and forming Self Help Groups.
To provide training for women to be active inrngoverning and in decision-making bodies in public sphere.
To impart gender sensitization training andrncounselling programmes for creating general awareness regarding women orientedrnissues.

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Education
Rating :
1/10
 
Phone :
05495-240699, 09450243848
City :
Ghazipur
Address
Vill-Mathunchouri, Post-UnchourirnTaisil-Saidpur,rnDistrict-GhazipurrnUtter PradeshrnIndia, pin-233307
Promotor Name 1
Vishwesh Kumar
Promotor Name 2
Ramanad Vanvasi
Registration Number
839/v-23801
Date of Registration
2001-01-25
FCRA Registration Number
136440113
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Jeevan Dan SamitirnVill-Mathunchouri, Post-UnchourirnTaisil-Saidpur,rnDistrict-GhazipurrnUtter PradeshrnIndia, pin-233307
Charity Organization Information

Background of the organization

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The organization, Jeevan Dan Samiti is a society registered underrnthe Indian Societies Registration Act, 1860. Being a voluntary organization, itrnis a non-political and non-profit oriented in its workings and works mainly forrnthe socio-economic up-liftment and welfare of the poor and deprived sections ofrnthe society.  The organization wasrnestablished in the year 2000-2001 by a group of social activists to work forrnholistic development of the rural community by promotion of livelihoodrnenhancement means, rural development, sanitation, environment conservation,rnhealth care, promotion of literacy education and women empowerment. Thernorganization has been working in the district Ghazipur of State of UttarrnPradesh, India with its headquarters at Village Mathunchori, Post –rnUnchori,  Tai- Saidpur, District-rnGhazipur Uttar Pradesh.Since the formation its has taken up a large number ofrnprojects/programmes in various field  inrnthe district Ghazipur and enabled lakhs of people especially the poor,rndowntrodden and disadvantaged sections to have better health care, nutrition,rnliteracy and education, livelihood enhancement, agriculture development, womenrnempowerment, development of handicraft and training including skill developmentrnand vocational.  Since the beneficiariesrnare so large and spread over a vast geographical area and the organization isrncommitted in its endeavors, it has earned name and fame and goodwill among thernbeneficiaries and donor agencies. It also maintains better coordination andrnrapport with government functionaries, PRIs, local NGOs/CBOs and women ledrnorganizations at various levels.

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Specific objectives of the organization

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To empower women by developing their social, mental, educational and intellectual capabilities. 

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To organize women artisans of the deprived community and workrnfor their economic and social development and removal of imbalances at allrnpossible levels.

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To promote health and sanitation facilities in rural andrnurban areas focusing on women and children and their nutrition level inrncoordination with local health administration and other developmentrnorganizations.

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To provide facilities for better training,rnnetworking and institutional support and motivate them to contest elections andrnbring about gender equity in local self-governance,

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To layrn emphasis on literacy and education and open up avenues so that they arern able to catch up with the literate sections and are not deprived of thern fruits of economic development.

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To encourage handicrafts, khadi and related village-level cottage work wherern manpower is involved and persuade the rural folks to engage in the same.

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To work for the welfare of the handicapped and disabled persons and help them.

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To work for the welfare of youth and organize and provide need-based training torn them for self-employment, and entrepreneurship.

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To providern facilities of heath-care services and work for the eradication ofrn communicable diseases and life threatening diseases in the lower stata ofrn the society particularly in rural areas.

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To creatern awareness on environmental issues and educate the public and industrialrn units and others for the prevention and control of pollution to land, airrn and water.

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To creatern general awareness about common cause, sensitize people about legal rightsrn and remedies and encourage them to organize themselves and obtain legalrn remedies through public interest litigation and advocacy.

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To developrn a culture of humanism through promotion of social equity and justice.

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Vision - Jeevan   Dan  Samiti envisions to empower resource poor   community    to organize them  selves  in a   collaborative spirit, develop, manage and run welfare  activities/ schemes  for the   larger benefit   of  the community and help them  join the mainstream of society.

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Mission-  It is the Mission of   the organization  to   work for sustainable holistic development

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Jeevan Dan Samiti is working with Mushar community .

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Child work is very common in Musher Community .Child laborrnconstitutes a key obstacle to achieving UniversalrnPrimary Education and other Millennium development goals in Dist. Gazipur ,State Uttar Pradesh of India. Not only on the welfare ofrnindividual children ,but also shows broader national reduction effortsrn.Children forced out of school and into labour to make help their families makernends meet are denied the opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills needed forrngainful future employment ,there by perpetuating the circle of poverty.

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Every year the poor Musahar community families migrate tornwork in near brick kilns of  therernvillages. These laborers migrate in semi-bonded conditions due to acuternshortage of  sustainable livelihoodrnoptions in their native places. Being migrant laborers their problems are workrnin worse in other child laborers. The children who work in brick industries arernthe children of migrant laborers. They accompany their parents to the brickrnchambers and help their parents in their work. . Since  it is piece rate work these children do notrnget their wages in their hands, usually their parents get it. Since it isrnseasonal work during rainy season their parents would have received somernadvance money from the brick kiln owners, a major portion is deducted for thatrnadvance . Brick industries are a hazardous industry because it produces lot ofrndust and we can see it in the  workrnplace. Because of the this most of the workers including children suffer fromrnrespiratory infections. They have to work from early morning 5 a.m to 12 noon:rnagain they will start working from 3 p.m and continue till 7 p.m . If they cutrn1000 raw bricks they will get Rs. 200 to 250 . A family of 4 members , parentsrnwith children work hard a day to cut 1200 to 1500 bricks. They work 5 days in arnweek. During rainy season for months they will not get any work so they go backrnto their native villages and involve in agricultural work . Nowadays the agricultural work is also reducing .

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They usually work in the small line huts provided by thernowners. Usually during August month that is during rainy season they go back torntheir villages. They come back to the brick chambers during January after thernDeepavale festival. Whan they are in the villages they take some advance moneyrnfrom the owners, to celebrate the festivals and for other family occasions. Thernagents will go to villages during rnfestivals like Deepavale give advance money to the workers . So itrnbecomes compulsory for them to come back to the brick chambers to work andrnrepay the advance loans. Because of this migration from village to brickrnchambers to villages the children could not continue their education . Theyrndrop out of schools, accompany their parents and become workers. Since most ofrnthe brick chambers are situated out of villages children feel that the schoolsrnare far away to attend. In the survival struggle parents do not bother aboutrnchildren’s education . Because their living area will not come under thernvillage area no government Development programme like drinking water, streetrnlights reaches there. The worst affected are the children and women.        

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The community was further pushedrntowards pauperization as lands were divided and the harvesters were introducedrn. With the forests of bound for the community they also lost theirrnsupplementary income which they used to get from supplying leaf plates duringrnmarriages and community events. They regularly experience extreme hunger andrntrying to get enough to eat is a constant struggle. This situation ,nornattention is paid to education ,health and cleanliness / sanitation. The literacy rate among Musaharrngirls/women  is abysmally low, 3% .rnBoys/men literacy rate is 9% .

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Being an excluded community , theyrnare victims of untouchably , face frequent and damaging discrimination, and arerncasualties of exploitation, violence and sexual harassment and are unable torndefend themselves in these situations. Socially these people are outcasts andrnhave no say in mainstream society. Their lack of numbers means that their voicernis never heard and political will at any level of government to improve the livesrnof these people dies not exist. One village remarked that nobody would  employ the Musahars for house hold work or atrnany community event because no one would eat rnthe food they served  or drink thernwater they filled into glasses.

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Due to lack of education musaharrncommunity male or female are not employ of state or central government service.rnJeevan dan samiti serve in ten villages on this subject , we found that no onernemployee of  state or central governmentrnservices.

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Many children and theirrnparents never wore shoes and worked in the sun, cutting grass, grazing cattlern(pigs/ goats) and picking up cow dung.

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Very worst condition of Mushar girls / women.        

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Almost every childrnsuffers from one disease or the other and none have properly   immunized. The health status of  Mushar community remain unacceptable. Highrnmaternal mortality and morbidity, high levels of child malnutrition, stagnatingrninfant mortality rates and the resurgences of infections diseases . Earlyrnmarriage prevails in the Musahar community so majority of the respondent isrnbetween 25 to 34 ages. The study indicates that 96.70% respondents arernilliterate and none of the Musahar women has completed primary level education.rnRegarding health care, 30% had health check-up during their pregnancy; 35% ofrnthe respondents had tetanus vaccine during pregnancy; all of the respondentsrnhad their delivery without trained medical person and 40% of the respondentrnimmunized their children according to their age. The health status of Mushaharrnis miserable due to poverty and illiteracy. The nutrition status of mothers and children isrntraditionally poor in musaher community, despite decades of nutritionrnimprovement interventions.  Survey 20010rnfound that 45% and 43% of children under 5 years of age were underweight andrnstunted respectively and only half of children under 6 months were exclusivelyrnbreastfed. With such a level, the achievement of the is a challenge for JDS .rnThe high incidence of malnutrition is linked to the issue of food security,rnfood habit and socio-cultural practices.

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Girls starts work in the home inrnthe age of 6/7. Women/girls condition of this community is very thinkable. Thernreasons for the high rate of illiteracy among      women/girls are many –

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Please support for poor children education / Health , Women / widows  empowerment program. 

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Jeevan Dan Samiti maintainsrncomplete transparency in its financial operations and maintains a FinancernManual as per its Standard Finance Policy. Following are the salient pointsrnwith regard to its financial dealings –

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Dedicated Cash and Ledger Books are maintainedrnfor each Project

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Monthly financial statement is prepared tornmonitor the financial status of each Project

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All the accounts (Cash and Ledger Books) arernmaintained on daily basis

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Bank accounts are always operated by two joint signatories authorized by the Board of Management

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Mechanism to ensure proper use of funds

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Separate bank accounts for funds received forrnthe various programs funded by National and/or International Agencies.

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Computerized Accounting System in Tally software facilitates the organization in regular monitoring of distribution of grants tornthe project.

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The organization invariably gets annual auditingrnof accounts by Chartered Accountant of repute.

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Children, Employment, Environment, Health, HIV/AIDS, Vocational Training, Women
Rating :
5.37/10
 
Phone :
09451360701,
City :
Varanasi
Address
SH 8/50 , 17 B Ayodhyapuri Colony Shivpur Bypass Road Varanasirn221003 Uttar Pradesh
Registration Number
V 31272
Date of Registration
2005-08-09
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Charity Organization Information

PRAYAS is purely a non profit, non government voluntary organization established way back in 2005 under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860.By a group of professionally managed committed research scholars from Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth, Varanasi (U.P.). Over the years its activities have grown in various areas of human concern. The Organization broadly focuses on education, health, environment, social welfare & vocational training for the underprivileged social groups of the society. Since its inception PRAYAS has been always trying to develop a better understanding about social relationship between groups & social institutions in the society to empower communities through eradicating poverty, illiteracy, inequalities securing social justice. Prime motto is to create people friendly environment by imparting education, knowledge, various livelihood skills for the weaker sections for the society.

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PRAYAS Vision-:

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Helping Society towards a search for self – reliance, Socio- Economic upliftment and sustainable developmentrn

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PRAYAS Mission-:

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To provide quality service within available resources which enables people to maximize their potential, to increase their abilities, to preserve & enhance human dignity and worth as well prevent or reduce the need for services.

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Other
Rating :
5.44/10
 
Phone :
9412969590, 9897012251
City :
Haldwani
Address
Raj complex, Chaudhary Bhawan, Near Chandan Diagnostic Centre
Promotor Name 1
Sunita Devi
Promotor Name 2
Prema devi
Registration Number
87/2002-2003
Date of Registration
2002-06-05
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social wellfare

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Human Rights
Rating :
6.8/10
 
Phone :
033 26659715, 9883750419
City :
kolkata
Address
10/1, PANJARI PARA LANE SALKIA HOWRAH- 711106
Promotor Name 1
MR. GANESH LAL GUPTA
Registration Number
D/05672
Date of Registration
2010-09-24
FCRA Registration Number
00000000
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Charity Organization Information

Functions of the NHRC OF INDIA are:

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•Champion the development and conditions of service of staff through the implementation and maintenance of the HR and People Development Strategies
•Considering and making recommendations on the policy on staff remuneration
•Receiving proposals, considering and making recommendations arising out of job evaluation
•Reviewing and making recommendations upon the terms and conditions of employment of the Chief Executive and the Directors
•Considering written reports submitted by the service on all policy and matters relating to the provision of terms and conditions of employees
•Assisting in maintaining good employment relations in the interests of providing the highest level of service to residents of County Durham and Darlington
•Making recommendations to the authority as to how employment relations could be improved
•Making recommendations on the appointment of independent members to sit on the Standards Committee

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We have a legal responsibility to support and examine human rights; and to guard, impose and endorse equality across the nine \"secluded\" grounds - age, disability, gender, race, religion and belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation and gender reassignment.

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Please verify below details before donation -                                              
  1. Charity Organization history and work.                                                      
    2. Last 3 years Audit report.                                                                                 
3. Any Fraud/Miss use of fund.                                                                         
  4. Organization got the FCRA account if you are donating from abroad.

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