Integrated Development of Rural Areas of Rajasthan
Students Relief Society (SRS) is a voluntary organization that was initially set up as a library in 1978. They then widened their resources into issues focusing on education, natural resource management, women empowerment, health services and poverty eradication for a unilateral upliftment of the rural communities of Rajasthan.
Programs: i) Natural Resource Management: Promotion of Rain Water Harvesting, sustainable Agriculture and Horticulture practices. ii) Health and Sanitation: Training to community members on traditional health practices and free medical services to students from their residential schools. Iii) Education & Vocational Training: Running a Residential School, an Industrial Technical School and primary school with nominal fees being charged. iv) Women Empowerment and Micro-financing for poverty eradication.
Outcome: More than 9,400 women have been enabled with employment opportunities through micro-financing, 100+ children were provided with monthly check-up in SRS' residential schools. The NGO manages 168 SHGs of 36 villages in Rajasthan till date.
Income Rs3 cr
Expense Rs3 cr
Source : Audit Report 2017
Read other NGO Snapshots
All the essential information on an NGO
Pune Neurosciences Trust and Research Society's Samavedana