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% Spent on BeneficiariesHelpYourNGO USP: Our Research Team studies the NGO's financials to arrive at ratios, variances and the % spent on beneficiaries. This % is the proportion of direct program expenses to total expenditure for the latest financial year, indicating the total direct spend on beneficiaries.
|Year of Establishment||:||1980|
|Registered Address||:||Braille Bhawan, Sector-5, Near Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Hospital, Rohini, New Delhi 110085, Delhi|
|Telephone||:||+91 011 27050915|
|Donor Contact||:||Ms. Preeti Monga / +91 9810684208 / email@example.com|
|Registered Under||:||The A. P. Society Registration Act, 2001|
|Auditor||:||N. K. Pushkarna|
|Bankers||:||State Bank of India|
|Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:||:||Mr. A. K. Mittal - President, Dr. Anil Kumar Aneja - Vice President, Mr. Vijay Kumar Singh - Vice President, Mr. Muthuselvi - Secretary , Ms. Preeti Monga - Secretary, Mr. Mukesh Sharma - Member, Dr. R. M. Vyas - Member, Mr. Ketan Kothari - Member, Mr. Shankar Lal Gupta - Member, Ms. Sunita Mahajan - Member, Mr. Hem S. Panigrahi - Member, Dr. Sobhagya Goyal - Member, Mr. K. Sirnivas - Member, Mr. S. P. Murthy - Member|
AICB runs the Captain Chandanlal Special School for the Blind in Haryana (122 children). This year, AICB has enrolled 12 children in this special school who were provided free books, lodging and equipment.
Main Activities for FY2014:
1) Braille Press: AICB’s press produces Hindi story books in Braille. The books were distributed free of cost to 90 institutions. In addition, the press produced magazines and journals in different languages.
This year, it brought out 247 titles in seven languages running into 71,051 volumes, thus benefitting 40,000 readers across the country. AICB provides CDs, DVDs and iPods for the benefit of blind children; this year 481 users benefited from this activity.
2) Guidance for Parents: AICB provides reading material to the parents of blind children. This year, AICB had come up with a handbook in Hindi titled ‘Maa Se Maa Tak’, from Mother to Mother.
3) Training courses: AICB’s Braille Stenography course teaches blind children, Hindi typewriting and computer applications. 15 candidates commenced training in August 2013. AICB also provides a job-oriented course, ‘Diploma in Computer Applications and Communication Skills’ and nine candidates are currently receiving training. With the help of the Government and corporates, a total of 18 blind individuals have found jobs in various government departments and the private sector.
4) Rural Rehabilitation: AICB provided training and rehabilitation services for visually impaired persons at their door step, through their disability specific Community Based Rehabilitation approach, in Uttar Pradesh & Haryana. About 600,000 people were surveyed across 264 villages and 811 with disabilities were identified. AICB conducted Eye Screening in 217 schools covering almost 27,000 children. Glasses were provided to 1,380 children and 3,129 adults. Intraocular Lens Surgery was conducted for 2,585 persons. Vitamin A Capsules were distributed among 505 children.
5) Other Activities: This included providing scholarships to 132 children, training to 31 visually challenged women and hostel facilities to 55 college going visually impaired girl students.
|FY 2013 (₹)||FY 2014 (₹)||FY 2015 (₹)|
|Income and Expenditure Statement||-1,354,042||-23,363||362,221|
|1) Details of income sources taken from the Schedule of Project Funds Utilized. In certain cases, it was not clear whether the funds came from Institutions or Individuals, in which case we have included it under Donations. |
2) The NGO has provided overall amounts spent on various projects, but not a detailed breakdown.
3) The NGO does not provide Depreciation.
4) In FY14, the NGO has received Grants from the Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, which it has adjusted against its Accumulated Deficits.
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|Total Funds Raised||50,000|
|NGO Name||Sector||Sub Sector||Location||% Spent on Beneficiaries||Income (₹)||Expense (₹)|
|All India Confederation of the Blind (AICB)||Disability||Blind - Comprehensive||Delhi||97||35,337,111||34,974,890|
|Diya Foundation||Disability||Vocational Training - Mental Disability||Karnataka||85||7,085,548||5,854,510|
|Adarsh Charitable Trust||Disability||Compr - Mental/Phy Disability||Kerala||84||20,344,781||25,880,909|
|Amar Seva Sangam||Disability||Rehabilitation - Physical Disability||Tamil Nadu||80||166,555,712||148,525,716|
|Andhjan Kalyan Trust||Disability||Comprehensive - Multiple||Gujarat||72||2,204,277||2,533,317|
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