Awareness & Advocacy
Estd: 1995
Used for Beneficiaries: 97%
Address : C-377,Church Road, Indira Nagar, Lucknow 226016. Uttar Pradesh
Email :
Web-site :
Telephone : +91 0522-2351130
Donor Contact : Dr. Neelam Singh / +919451543418 /
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201320142015
Income From
Government Sources0450,0002,246,822
Institutional Sources538,6081,628,4394,296,771
Foreign Sources25,788,13527,706,62126,447,449
Other Income37,70028,985300,000
Total Income (A)27,122,99030,844,71034,976,560
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities17,062,44720,548,36626,618,001
Programme Staff Cost7,173,3687,996,6405,199,126
Travel Expenses467,166737,561882,213
Direct Programme Expenses24,702,98129,282,56732,699,340
Fund Raising Expenses284,199134,780167,500
General Staff Cost337,063224,370249,620
Overhead Expenses1,129,470521,873505,436
Other Expenses/Transfer0103,6780
Total Expenditure (B)26,619,72030,429,71733,851,964
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)503,270414,9931,124,597
Balance Sheet201320142015
Fixed Assets1,914,1402,725,9972,554,929
Current Assets (excl. Cash)499,423318,329946,406
Cash/Bank 3,161,8026,388,6668,059,957
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets8,918,25313,065,15815,524,570
Corpus / Share Capital000
General Funds6,947,8817,362,8758,487,471
Earmarked Funds187,9873,333,7764,954,607
Current Liabilities1,782,3852,368,5082,082,491
Total Liabilities8,918,25313,065,15815,524,570
Other Details201320142015
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)103,067104,777104,777
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)265,261285,461285,461
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 257289321
Number of Staff150154168
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)420,000456,000480,000
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)78,00084,00090,000
Regd. under : The Societies Registration Act, 1860
Auditor : Mridul Krishna & Co
Bankers : Punjab National Bank
Oriental Bank of Commerce

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Dr. P.C. Kanaujia, President Dr. Neelam Singh, Secretary
Mr. Udayraj, Treasurer Dr. Amita Kumar, Member
Ms. Malti Singh, Member Ms. Beena Singh, Member
Ms. Raj Laxmi Kakkad, Member Ms. Tanuja Singh, Member
Prof. R.J. Singh, Member Mr. Padman Singh, Member
Ms. Jaya Singh, Member Ms. Kumkum Tripathi, Member
Mr. Shakuntala Chauhan, Member

Source : Audit Report 2015

Financial Note : 1) Government Sources in FY15 mainly include grants from Uttar Pradesh State AIDS Control Society. 2) Institutional Sources in FY15 mainly include grants from Plan India (non-FCRA). 3) Foreign Sources mainly include grants from Plan International, Catholic Relief Services, UNICEF and Water Aid International. 4) Award money shown under Other Income in FY15. 5) Expenses on Media, Puppet show, Nukkad Natak, Talk Show, Radio Broadcast, Magic show shown under Fund Raising Expenses. 6) Other Expenses/Transfers mainly include Loss on sale of assets.

NGO Profile :
Vatsalya was established in Lucknow with a mission of strengthening and empowering community based organisations on health issues at the grass root level, advovating issues pertaining to health imbalances by demonstrating workable models, and curbing sex selective elimination of girls. They started working towards networking & capacity building of grass root functionaries, providing consultancy services, marching towards the harmonious healthy society by advocating for the social health issues.

Their projects include:

  • Plan International:  Being one of the main supporters of Vatsalya over the years, Plan International has supported many Child Centred Community Development programmes. The ‘Ek Saal Aur’ programme’s objective is to improve the awareness and knowledge on importance of education for adolescents, especially girls. It focuses at strengthening the mothers such that they educate their girl children, and at empowering them. Vatsalya works in areas of child protection, child participation, health, water environment, sanitation, and education, on a rights-based approach. For protecting children’s rights, various community and judicial members are sensitized on the legal aspects of sex selective elimination of girls, oriented and sensitized about the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act, Child Protection Committees are formed to raise and monitor the issues of child protection, and school dropouts are sent back to schools.
  • UNICEF: Vatsalya is implementing the Child Rights Project with support of UNICEF for protecting children from invisible crime. The objective is to establish and strengthen child protection structures, enhance knowledge and attitude of families and communities on Child Rights, protect children against violence/exploitation/abuse, and empower women from the socially excluded groups to promote rights of children and have positive attitude to practice the same.
  • Water Aid:  The WASH (Water, Sanitation and Hygiene) programme has been developed in partnership with Water Aid with an aim to increase awareness, build self-esteem, and empower women and girls for greater socialization with access to and use of high quality sanitary materials.
  • Link Worker Scheme:  This Scheme was launched to saturate the reach of HIV-related services to the high risk groups in the rural areas. The scheme concentrates on HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Infections, their awareness, prevention, and risk reduction. Group meetings are held and condoms are distributed through condom depots and link workers.