Antyodaya Lok Karyakram (ALOK) works to provide underprivileged individuals, from the age of 15 to 35 years with an educational network for quality primary education.
Some of their activities are as follows:
Panchayat Raj and Legal Aid: The organisation works to train the masses and to make them aware of the objectives of Panchayati Raj, as well as access to legal aids.
Women Empowerment: ALOK launched a literacy campaign and a training programme for women to develop their vocational skills. The organisation has formed 50 Self-Help Groups, benefitting more than 500 women.
Programmes for Children: The organisation has helped to create 18 learning centres and a residential bridge course camp for Dalit children, a mobile and static library for the rural masses, as well as motivated the community to contribute towards the construction of learning centres in Mumbai. ALOK has also created 19 night schools for working children and provided scholarships for orphans in Rajasthan.
Income Rs53 lac
Expense Rs41 lac
Source : Audit Report 2014
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