Snapshot
Shri Jagruti Bahuudeshiya Vikash Shikshan Sanstha
SECTOR: Development
SUB SECTOR: Camps/Activities
% Spent on beneficiaries
81%
Financial Score:
Age: 12 Years
Tax Benefit: 50%
Foreign donations:
Location(s): Work in progress.
Issues Addressed:
Work in progress.
Supported by:
Work in progress.
Key Trustees:
Mr. Parimal V. Ujawane, President Mr. Navin J. Nashine, Vice President
Mr. Priyank O. Ujawane, Secretary Mr. Vishvajit J. Katakwar, Vice Secretary
Mr. Jitendra G. Bhramnkar, Treasurer Ms. Nidhi Navin Nashine, Member
Mr. Kalpana V. Mohabanshi, Member Mr. Payal V. Katakwar, Member
Mr. Rupa A. Pashine, Member Mr. Bhaeyalal Hari Bodne, Member
Mr. Ganesh Hivaru Pradhan, Member
Sector Comparison:
Beneficiary Spend:
Average: 83.6% Highest: 100.0% Lowest: 9.5%
Income:
Average: Rs86 lac Highest: Rs9 cr Lowest: Rs45,032
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Shri Jagruti Bahuudeshiya Vikash Shikshan Sanstha (the Sanstha) formed with the objective of supporting farmers and families in the Sadak Arjuni area. The organization mainly conducts awareness camps, health camps, and short training programs which cover a wide variety of topics.

In 2014-15 they held following programs:

  • Women Empowerment & Welfare Program:  The Sanstha decided to create this program to help women be self-reliant, to provide help and suggestions to all NGO Trustees, Members & other social workers. This program benefited 300 women.
  • Child labor and working child rescue program:  This program was arranged because Gondia, Bhandara, and Gadchiroli Districts are areas that are not fully developed and children are forced to work in these districts.
  • HIV/AIDS awareness programs: In order to avoid effect of AIDS in rural India, the Sanstha conducted a seminar for the women who are part of Self Help Savings Groups, guiding them about the risk factors which lead to getting infected by the AIDS virus, precautions to be taken to avoid AIDS, and further advised them to be faithful with their life partners. A total of 500 people participated in the seminar.
  • Horticultural Commercial Crop cultivation and Farmers training program: The Sanstha arranged this program to inform farmers about new modifications in farming and motivate them to grow new products and horticulture commercial crops. This program benefited about 60 farmers.
  • Dairy Farming and Processing Program:  The organization arranged this program for Self Help Groups (SHG) at Dongargaon. 299 farmers benefited from this program.
  • Capacity Building Program: The Sanstha has been building capacities of its staff members, volunteers, and various associates. They conduct training programs from time to time to refresh their knowledge and learn about new developments in related fields.

They also conducted the following activities:

  • Agricultural Training Program
  • Handloom and Dress Designing Camp
  • Handicap child protection and adult education Program
  • Consumer Awareness Program
  • Sports Development Program
  • Cultural Program
  • Roses, Vegetable, Medicinal and Aromatic plantation Programs
  • Blood Donation, Malaria, Polio, and Cancer Awareness Camps
Income
Rs
13 lac
Expense
Rs
12 lac
Source : Audit Report 2015