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Abhivyakti Media For Development Ngo In Nashik Maharashtra

Abhivyakti Media For Development Ngo Information

ABHIVYAKTI MEDIA FOR DEVELOPMENT Non Governmental Organization is located in Nashik Maharashtra . ABHIVYAKTI MEDIA FOR DEVELOPMENT is registered as a Society at Nashik of state Maharashtra with Ngo unique registration ID 'MH/2009/0010428' . The NGO registration is done by Charity Commissioner with registration number F 2702 on the date of 29-05-1991, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of ABHIVYAKTI MEDIA FOR DEVELOPMENT is Dr Rajendra Barve and Chief functionary officer is Nitin Paranjape.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
Unique Id of VO/NGO
Chief Functionary
Nitin Paranjape
Dr Rajendra Barve
Ms Anita Borkar
Ms Nandini Narula

Registration Details

Registered With
Charity Commissioner
Type of NGO
Registration Number
F 2702
City of Registration
State of Registration
Date of Registration
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Mobile Number
31 A, Kalyani Nagar, Anandvali Shivar, Gangapur Road, Nashik 422 013

ABHIVYAKTI MEDIA FOR DEVELOPMENT Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Major Activities and Achivements

Media production and Publication: Abhivyakti has a strong presence as alternative media producers. Reach out – more than 4000 national and international screenings. One film (Small is beautiful) got IDPA award, one film (Harsud), was nominated in MIFF. More than 15 films of average 40 minutes duration, 6 audio cassettes produced more than 50 short films of average 3 – 5 minutes duration. Abhivyakti, a quarterly newsletter was published consistently for 10 years, highly used by Journalism students and also reviewed by Ph.D. thesis, Maitree, a monthly newsletter for youth, Aamhi Palak newsletter for parents - 112 issues published, Hunkar, a bimonthly news letter for media activists, Srujan a bimonthly on zero waste life, and Madhyam Drishti on the experiences by Media Resource Centers. More than 35 books on media and communication are published. 10 sets of posters on different issues, many kits of puppets and flannel stories are produced. The programme also facilitates Community Video with local and grassroots community. Media Resource Centre in the region: Huge collection of books on various social issues, documentary films, children’s films, audio cassettes, puppet scripts, posters, flash cards, flannel stories available for community. It is accessible to all interested individuals. Also facilitates a monthly documentary film club in Nashik and film festivals. Reach out – cannot tell the figure. Has established about 20 media resource centers in Maharashtra in collaboration with organisations and individuals. Co-learning: It is a capacity building programme through various training workshops on Media and Communication skills. More than 125 programmes organized and hosted. Facilitated more than 1000 workshops reaching around 300 NGOs from Maharashtra and neighbouring states. Reach out – more than 50000 workers, activists, trainers. Has established identity as Resource Organisation in Capacity building in Community Media, Development Communication, Learning, Leadership, Organisation Development, and other HID areas. Madhyam Jagar (Media Literacy): It is a unique programme of Abhivyakti. Has organized Madhyam Jatras, and many workshops. Almost covered 5000 children through various programmes. Have presented our experiences in various National and International Conferences. Now facilitating the programme with youth and adolescents. Abhivyakti Anubhav Shiksha: This programme covers about 6000 youth from North Maharashtra. About 200 youth leaders are leading the process. They bring out monthly news letter called, Maitree. We are part of state level network called Anubhav Shiksha, and a national forum called Young Voices. Youth undergo intense training in Development communication, which is known as Media Animators’ Course. Madhyam Panchayats in Maharashtra: A network of media activists is emerging through this process. Have reached out to 300 media activists from grassroots. About 15 Madhyam Panchayats are established in Maharashtra.They bring out a newsletter called, Hunkar.