Gramin Evam Nagar Vikas Parishad
SECTOR: Development
SUB SECTOR: Community Development
% Spent on beneficiaries
Financial Score:
Age: 32 Years
Tax Benefit: No
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Work in progress.
Issues Addressed:
Work in progress.
Supported by:
Work in progress.
Key Trustees:
Ms. Premlata Kumari, President Ms. Meena Chaudhry, Vice President
Mr. Ram K.P. Singh, General Secretary Ms. Anju Sinha, Treasurer
Mr. Harendra Khanpuri, Member Mr. Naresh Ram, Member
Mr. Ghanshyam Prasad Singh, Member Mr. Mustafa, Member
Prof. Manju Sharma, Member Prof. Nivas Pandey, Member
Mr. Ramroop Ravidas, Member
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 83.6% Highest: 100.0% Lowest: 9.5%
Average: Rs86 lac Highest: Rs9 cr Lowest: Rs45,032
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Gramin Evam Nagar Vikas Parishad (GENVP) helps provide a platform for discussion and action on developmental issues concerning the poor. GENVP concentrates on empowering people, especially women, youth, and Dalits in villages, and focuses on establishing sustainable health care systems, gender equality, and economic development for the weaker sections of society.

Their programmes are:

  • Health: (i) Re-vitalizing and Re-energizing Teen Clubs: Funded by UNFPA for meaningful interaction between out-of-school adolescents (15-19 years) to enable them to acquire information and skills for improved health and well-being. Build collaboration among government, NGOs, and UNFPA for its successful implementation. This was their main project in FY15 covering 10,000 beneficiaries. (ii) Link Worker Scheme: Funded by NACO, TCIF, BSACS to address HIV prevention, care, and treatment requirements in the highly vulnerable area of Bihar (471,383 beneficiaries). (iii) VIHAAN: to improve the survival and quality of life of people living with HIV/AIDS and sex workers. (iv) Advance Family Planning: Funded by Population Foundation of India, for providing improved quality of family planning services and increased contraceptive choices (3,814 beneficiaries).
  • Gender Equality and Women Empowerment:  (i) Girls First: Funded by Corestone USA, this project empowers adolescent girls with knowledge, skills and support to improve their emotional resilience, health, and education (1,500 beneficiaries). (ii) Empowering Girls by Addressing Child Marriage: To improve the condition of adolescent girls. GENVP works for Women Power Connect network which is a major advocacy effort around issues of women like violence, sexual harassment, declining sex ratio, etc. (50,000 beneficiaries).
  • Education, IT and Digital literacy: With the support of NASSCOM Foundation and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, GENVP started a Public Library Development Programme to provide free access to internet and ICT (Information and Communications Technology) based services to the community. The project aims to create demand for these services, thereby increasing library membership, and ultimately enabling public libraries to provide the necessary services to communities. (50,000 beneficiaries).
  • Short Stay Home cum Classification centre: This programme is supported by SAKSHAM, Department of Social Welfare, for poor, destitute, vulnerable women and children. This initiative will help them live a dignified life, protect them from abuse, and access shelter, food and education.
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Source : Audit Report 2015