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Gram Vikas Parishad Ngo In Madhubani Bihar

Gram Vikas Parishad Ngo Information

GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD Non Governmental Organization is located in Madhubani Bihar . GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD is registered as a Society at Patna of state Bihar with Ngo unique registration ID 'BR/2010/0028530' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 125 on the date of 27-06-1987, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD is Radha Krishan Das and Chief functionary officer is Shasthi Nath Jha.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD
Unique Id of VO/NGO
BR/2010/0028530
Chief Functionary
Shasthi Nath Jha
Chairman
Radha Krishan Das
Secretary
Shasthi Nath Jha
Treasurer
Geeta Mehra

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
125
City of Registration
Patna
State of Registration
Bihar
Date of Registration
27-06-1987
frca
031290011
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

State
Country
India
Telephone
06276-222559
Telephone 2
06276-223504
Mobile Number
9835211955
Address
Shasthi Nath Jha Secretary Gram Vikas Parishad Babu Seheb Dyodhi Madhubani Biha, INDIA PIN- 847211
Website

GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This GRAM VIKAS PARISHAD NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Aged/Elderly, Agriculture, Art & Culture, Children, Disaster Management, Dalit Upliftment, Drinking Water, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forests, Food Processing, Health & Family Welfare, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Legal Awareness & Aid, Land Resources, Micro Finance (SHGs), Nutrition, Panchayati Raj, Right to Information & Advocacy, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Vocational Training, Water Resources, Women's Development & Empowerment, Youth Affairs,

Operational States

Bihar

Operational Districts

Darbhanga, Madhepura, Madhubani, Samastipur, Sheohar, Sitamarhi, Supaul

Major Activities and Achivements

Trained 425 poor rural women in Madhubani Painting on fabric & paper. Marketing of items produced is done by us, for which we have established a very stable national market. It Provides sustained employment to about 230 women. 887 SHGs with 13369 members were formed with their own fund base of Rs.2,21,66,600. 721 SHGs have established credit linkages with banks & have availed credit to the tune of Rs.9,84,900. Asset base & daily earnings have enhanced. SHGs are largely autonomous in their functioning. Village-based literates trained by GVP in accounting skills fulfill the accounting requirements. For which, the groups pay them a small fee. Federation of SHGs have come up in 14 Panchyats and 3 block level federation has also come up in Rajnager, Khajauli and Baburahi Block. SHGs have been able to claim the various welfare and developmental entitlements of the government. Every year on eve of International Women’s Day we organise a mammoth gathering of rural women in Madhubani graced by top administrative and judicial officials and other luminaries.In Panchayat elections, 450 women from the target group contested for various offices and 64 of them got elected. 14 Panchayat level Federations have a savings of Rs.10,21,395/- Our decade long experience of running a community health programme in 40 villages has led to extension of health education & promotion coverage to 20 more villages. Health volunteers & TBAs from 230 villages have been imparted training by us. 135 members, TBA - 30, Health Volunteer - 33, Vigilance Committee - 30 Through installation of 227 hand pumps in 120 villages, we have ensured access to safe drinking water. On several indices of improvement in health status like infant mortality, child mortality, maternal mortality, crude birth rate, incidence of malnutrition, immunization coverage and diarrhea deaths, significant strides have been made in its operational area and the figures compare quite favorably vis-à-vis the state as a whole. Our competence in running saving & credit operations has led to the emergence of a network of 19 NGOs on the theme & whose personnel have been trained. Increasing awareness, accruing benefits and the concomitant enhancement in the self-worth of the groups has significantly added to the assertiveness of the groups for their rights. This has a positive impact on the local administration making them more pliant & responsive to the needs. Another significant achievement has been the quality of solidarity and concern displayed by the SHGs towards others during social & economic distress. The SHGs have repeatedly reached out with resources, both human & material, to affected poor people. They have been exemplary in extending their organized support to exploitive & oppressed women. GVP has been involved as a key partner in a collaborative initiative undertaken by the local administration to engage civil society actors in preventing and bringing to light instances of oppression and victimization of adolescent girls & women. GVP has 19 partners in CBATN.