AIM Non Governmental Organization is located in Lucknow Uttar Pradesh . AIM is registered as a Trust at Varanasi of state Uttar Pradesh with Ngo unique registration ID 'UP/2009/0006484' . The NGO registration is done by Charity Commissioner with registration number IV-216 on the date of 05-08-1999, Its parent ORganaisation is SMT BRAHAMA DEVI MIRSHA SMRITI SANSKRITI VIKAS. The Chairman of AIM is Kamini Jha and Chief functionary officer is Sanjay K Rai.
AIM Key Issues and
Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements
This AIM NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Children, Dalit Upliftment, Drinking Water, Health & Family Welfare, Human Rights, Land Resources, Micro Finance (SHGs), Minority Issues, Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation
•Rojgar Haq Abhiyaan emerged as broad alliance of CBOs •Emergence of Rozi Roti Samiti – state and district level alliance in the project area as advocacy unit for larger dalits groups on Food Rights issues resulting in their increased access of food right schemes •Initiated capacity building exercise on Food, Work and Livelihood issues – Regional Consultation and Orientation for CBOs representatives •35 women and 957 men submitted their application for getting work under NREGA in Aim’s operational area in Lakhimpur Kheri •Total of 506 person including children received benefit under different food social security schemes, where as 66 cases are under process in Aim’s operational area in Lakhimpur Kheri. •Increase in NREGA programme in Mittauli of district Lakhimpur. •Increase accessibility of community in NREGA and other government welfare schemes. Increasing accessibility in job cards. Payments were made to workers. 151 people got work for 704 days in which •Job Application filed by 856 people. •Facilitated for distribution of Rs. 18154 of 125 labourer •Prevent starvation death in 3 cases by accessing Panchayat funds with Sarpanch •2 Dalit women become cook under Mid Day Meal •5 Parents -teachers association has been formed •13 Strong Savitri Bai Phule mahila Samiti has emerged