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Agamee Ngo In Orissa

Agamee Ngo Information

AGAMEE Non Governmental Organization is located in Orissa . AGAMEE is registered as a Society at cuttack of state Orissa with Ngo unique registration ID 'OR/2013/0060939' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 22054/35 of 2005-06 on the date of 16-06-2005, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of AGAMEE is tophan maharana and Chief functionary officer is binod maharana. Promoters are prasant sahoo, dusmant das, ,.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
AGAMEE
Unique Id of VO/NGO
OR/2013/0060939
Chief Functionary
binod maharana
Chairman
tophan maharana
Secretary
binod maharana
Treasurer
ganesh dash
Promoter 1
prasant sahoo
Promoter 2
dusmant das

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
22054/35 of 2005-06
City of Registration
cuttack
State of Registration
Orissa
Date of Registration
16-06-2005
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

State
Country
India
Telephone
06810-226809
Mobile Number
09937208999
Address
at-lachhipur po- sankuda via-sumandal dist-ganjam orissa, 761035
Website
NO website is listed

AGAMEE Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This AGAMEE NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Aged/Elderly, Agriculture, Art & Culture, Children, Civic Issues, Differently Abled, Dalit Upliftment, Drinking Water, Environment & Forests, Food Processing, Health & Family Welfare, HIV/AIDS, Housing, Human Rights, Information & Communication Technology, Legal Awareness & Aid, Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Nutrition, Right to Information & Advocacy, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Sports, Tribal Affairs, Vocational Training, Women's Development & Empowerment, Youth Affairs

Operational States

Orissa

Operational Districts

Ganjam

Major Activities and Achivements

A strong and vibrant civil society is important for democratic development. Non-governmental organisations play a key role in promoting active citizenship, participatory democracy and building cohesive societies, targeting the needs of and empowering specific groups, including those most at risk of inequalities, exclusion and discrimination. Agamee has been working in various fields in Orissa since last eight years.This organisation has wide reputation in Ganjam District of Orissa state. Agamee is active in environment, women and child development, youth affairs. culture, sports, animal husbandary and much other fields.This organisation is engaged in giving training to youths in various vocational programmes. Agamee is also engaged in handicraft development programmes in Kandhamal district. This organisation has given handicraft certificates to artisans of the district. It also arranges various cultural and educational programmes for th students. Various awareness programmes regarding environment, population, plantation, road safety, birth control and other fields has been chalked out by this organisation. In many places of Ganjam district Agamee conducts various literary programmes on special occasions. Agamee has achieved many sucess in women and chield development programmes. It conducts many state level seminars, symposium and other programees to aware peoples in various issues. More than 5,000 poor women and men assisted to increase agricultural productivity and food security. It also work in Democracy Human rights, including minority rights ethnic, religious, linguistic and sexual orientation, Good governance and transparency, Participatory democracy, Combat racism and xenophobia, Anti-discrimination, Social inequalities, poverty and exclusion, including in rural areas Gender equality, Gender-based violence. The main activities are: Protection of the environment and climate change, Protection of the environment and climate change, Awareness-raising and civic participation, Develop umbrella organisations and or new networks on biodiversity. climate change, NGO involvement in national action plans related to biodiversity and or climate change. Mobilising local involvement to protect biodiversity, Environmental educational activities and training for teachers, Provision of welfare and basic services, Provision of key services to vulnerable groups: children and youth at risk, people affected by AIDS, children with disabilities and/or mental disorders and their families, victims of trafficking and gender-based violence and/or domestic violence, where such services are not otherwise or not adequately provided by governmental institutions. In tribal dominated areas this organisation has been working in various land related awareness programmes. It has conducted many symposiums related to burning issues. It has also involved in localising culture, language etc. in tribal areas.