Summary
COD NERC (Centre for Community Development Through Network, Education, Research, Training, Resource Mobilization and Capacity Building)
Livelihood
Skill Development
Estd: 2009
Used for Beneficiaries: 96%
Address : 3rd Floor, Lalat Chamber, Near Solomons Cave, Aizawl 796001. Mizoram
Email :  cod_nerc@yahoo.co.in
Web-site : N. A.
Telephone : +91 389 2311617
Donor Contact : Mr. B. Lalchhanzova / +91 9856589554 / cod_nerc@yahoo.co.in
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201220132014
Income From
Government Sources3,974,3015,795,8282,891,440
Institutional Sources741,32403,325,132
Foreign Sources000
Donations188,912337,1681,717,885
Sales/Fees344,0815,30043,700
Interest/Dividend5,97780619,819
Other Income000
Total Income (A)5,254,5956,139,1027,997,976
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities4,955,4235,868,2817,533,575
Programme Staff Cost000
Travel Expenses10,00029,75015,600
Direct Programme Expenses4,965,4235,898,0317,549,175
Fund Raising Expenses000
General Staff Cost100,000108,000108,000
Overhead Expenses106,100124,727197,194
Depreciation7,6048,3447,959
Other Expenses/Transfer000
Total Expenditure (B)5,179,1276,139,1027,862,328
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)75,4680135,648
Balance Sheet201220132014
Assets
Fixed Assets83,44279,59882,139
Current Assets (excl. Cash)000
Cash/Bank 177,258181,102314,209
Investments000
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets260,700260,700396,348
Liabilities
Corpus / Share Capital000
General Funds260,700260,700396,348
Earmarked Funds000
Loans000
Current Liabilities000
Total Liabilities260,700260,700396,348
Other Details201220132014
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)300350700
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)8501,2502,700
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 17,23817,51611,221
Number of Staff164553
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)12,50012,50015,000
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)1,5001,5003,000
Regd. under : Societies Registration Act, 1976
Auditor : Dey & Dutta
Bankers : State Bank of India

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

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. B. Lalchhanzova, Chairman Mr. C. V. Lalhnuna, Vice Chairman
Mr. Vanlalringa Sailo, Vice Chairman Ms. Julie Remsangpuii Fambawl, Gen. Sec.
Mr. Ngursangliana, Treasurer Ms. Elizabeth H., Member
Mr. R. Lalmuansanga, Member

Source : Audit Report 2014

Financial Note : 1) Government support comes mainly from the Mizoram State AIDS Control Society and NABARD. 2) Rs79,750 has been added to donations to arrive at the Total Income in FY14. 3) The NGO wrote off land worth Rs119,000 and vehicle costing Rs31,320 in FY12.

NGO Profile :
COD NERC (Centre for Community Development Through Network, Education, Research, Training, Resource Mobilization and Capacity Building), was established to work with the underprivileged in Mizoram in the areas of livelihood enhancement, capacity building, training, health education and women empowerment.

Some of their activities have been as follows:

  • Livelihood Enhancement, Capacity Building, and Training: The organisation conducted a handloom cluster development project in which capacity building training, looms and yarns were given to weavers. Other trainings were also conducted in the areas of bamboo crafts, dry flowers, and crochet along with entrepreneurship development. Workshops on food processing were organised for poor, rural women at the same time as micro enterprises training among Self-Help Group (SHG) members and cropping and pest management for farmers. They conducted horticulture sensitisation workshops to make farmers aware of the importance of various crops to improve their economy. They conduct workshops on pig breeding. This is supported by the Navajbai Ratan Tata Trust and with the help of contributions from the beneficiaries.
  • Health Education: COD NERC operates an HIV/AIDS prevention project to educate female sex workers, conduct health check-ups with tests, treatment and medication. This programme is mainly funded with money received from the Mizoram State AIDS Control Society. They conduct awareness programmes on diabetes, tobacco related addiction, cancer, mother and child care.
  • Empowerment and Education: They organise personality, leadership and skill development training among rural youth who lack access to information and communication methods. They educate women on their rights and possible skill development as well as a consumer welfare programme to raise awareness of their rights.