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Aga Khan Rural Support Programme India Ngo In Ahmedabad Gujarat

Aga Khan Rural Support Programme India Ngo Information

AGA KHAN RURAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME INDIA Non Governmental Organization is located in Ahmedabad Gujarat . AGA KHAN RURAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME INDIA is registered as a Section 25 Company at New Delhi of state Delhi with Ngo unique registration ID 'GJ/2009/0004900' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Companies with registration number 14987 of 1982-83 on the date of 14-01-1983, Its parent ORganaisation is THE AGA KHAN FOUNDATION. The Chairman of AGA KHAN RURAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME INDIA is Nasser Munjee and Chief functionary officer is Apoorva Oza.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
AGA KHAN RURAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME INDIA
Unique Id of VO/NGO
GJ/2009/0004900
Chief Functionary
Apoorva Oza
Chairman
Nasser Munjee
Secretary
C G Koshy
Treasurer
Alok Krishna

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Companies
Type of NGO
Section 25 Company
Registration Number
14987 of 1982-83
City of Registration
New Delhi
State of Registration
Delhi
Date of Registration
14-01-1983
frca
041910091 dated 13.05.85
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

State
Country
India
Telephone
079-27540421
Telephone 2
079-66312451
Mobile Number
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Address
Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India), 9-10th Floor, Corporate House, Opp Dinesh Hall, Off Ashram Road, Ahemdabad-380009.
Website
NO website is listed
Fax
079-66312471

AGA KHAN RURAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME INDIA Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This AGA KHAN RURAL SUPPORT PROGRAMME INDIA NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Agriculture, Drinking Water, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forests, Information & Communication Technology, Micro Finance (SHGs), New & Renewable Energy, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Tribal Affairs, Water Resources

Operational States

Bihar, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh

Operational Districts

Muzaffarpur, Samastipur, Bharuch, Junagadh, Narmada, Surat, Surendranagar, Sehore, Khargone, Khandwa, Burhanpur

Major Activities and Achivements

About AKRSP(I) The Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India) is a non-denominational, non-government development organisation. AKRSP(I) works as a catalyst for the betterment of rural communities by providing direct support to local communities to promote activities and develop models for sustainable natural resource use and development of human resources. AKRSP(I) is active in over 900 villages in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar. The major issues addressed by AKRSP(I) in these regions include: Coastal salinity ingress prevention Drought coping Gir periphery management Non-farm livelihood interventions for the poor Participatory irrigation management Promotion of decentralised drinking water systems River Basin Management Watershed plus Imparting computer skill training and information dissemination resources for livelihood enhancement. This, however, is not possible if human resources are not simultaneously developed, so that communities can take control over the development processes along with project planning and implementation. The approaches to human resource development, in order to sustain the environment and build on democratic processes, however, are not well defined. AKRSP(I) strongly believes in the approach that the process of community organisation is based on diversity of the working area like; region, needs, interests, attitudes, behaviours etc. Working with a gender perspective AKRSP(I) works with a gender-sensitive and poverty-focused approach, incorporating it into the entire spectrum of its activities, so that both women and the poorest get equal opportunities to participate in developmental activities and benefit from them. To address the strategic needs of women and the poorest, such as control over assets and resources, their involvement in decision-making processes is important. So, there is a need to organise these sections of the community. Hence, separate womenís institutions (MVMs, SHGs) are being formed to provide a platform to these sections to build their separate identity. The objectives of these for a are to voice and discuss their concerns and build their capacity to join mainstream village institutions such as village development committees (VDC) and gram vikas mandals (GVMs). Non-farm livelihood interventions for the poor A core focus of AKRSP(I)ís development strategy has been to provide opportunities to the poorest of the poor to enhance their livelihoods. The AKRSP(I) programme area of South Gujarat ranks among the poorest in the state. Due to low landholdings and low land productivity, there is distress migration in the region. Over the last three years, AKRSP(I) and tribal communities have developed partnerships through promotion of non-farm and off-farm-based micro enterprises that help the poorest and landless in generating incomes, thereby reducing distress migration. AKRSP(I) has been promoting enterprises along with capacity-building measures, which will result in economic and social empowerment.