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Jagriti Sewa Sanstha Ngo In Raipur Chhattisgarh

Jagriti Sewa Sanstha Ngo Information

JAGRITI SEWA SANSTHA Non Governmental Organization is located in Raipur Chhattisgarh . JAGRITI SEWA SANSTHA is registered as a Society at Bhopal of state Chhattisgarh with Ngo unique registration ID 'CG/2010/0024269' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 14663 on the date of 18-02-1985, Its parent ORganaisation is . The Chairman of JAGRITI SEWA SANSTHA is Arun Kumar Koshariya and Chief functionary officer is Krishna Prasad Sinha. Promoters are Gambhir Chandrakar, Lata Netam, Dinesh Druwa,.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
JAGRITI SEWA SANSTHA
Unique Id of VO/NGO
CG/2010/0024269
Chief Functionary
Krishna Prasad Sinha
Chairman
Arun Kumar Koshariya
Secretary
Krishna Prasad Sinha
Treasurer
Sita Devi Verma
Promoter 1
Gambhir Chandrakar
Promoter 2
Lata Netam
Promoter 3
Dinesh Druwa

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
14663
City of Registration
Bhopal
State of Registration
Chhattisgarh
Date of Registration
18-02-1985
frca
327520015
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Country
India
Telephone
0771-2774215
Mobile Number
09993249243
Address
JAGRITI SEWA SANSTHA VILL & PO.-ABHANPUR DISTT. – RAIPUR (CHHATTISAGAR) INDIA PIN – 493661
Website
NO website is listed

JAGRITI SEWA SANSTHA Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This JAGRITI SEWA SANSTHA NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Agriculture, Dalit Upliftment, Drinking Water, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forests, Human Rights, Legal Awareness & Aid, Labour & Employment, Micro Finance (SHGs), Micro Small & Medium Enterprises, Panchayati Raj, Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation, Tribal Affairs, Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation, Vocational Training, Women's Development & Empowerment, Youth Affairs

Operational States

Chhattisgarh

Operational Districts

Dhamtari, Kanker, Raipur, Rajnandgaon

Major Activities and Achivements

Jagriti Sewa Sanstha (JSS) is a people oriented non government organisation concerned primarily with problems faced by village communities; particularly tribals, landless and small & marginal farmers. It is a registered society . JSS campus is situated near Raipur capital city at Abhanpur of Raipur District. JSS has been working on rural development issues in Chhura, Gariaband and Nagari block of Raipur and Dhamatari Districts since 1993 and work has extended at Ambagarh choaki and Naraharpur tribal blocks of Rajanandgaon and Kanker district since 2005 . JSS is committed to rural work based on an appreciation of many positive features of rural life and society. It sees a big challenge in revitalization of the rural economy whilst strengthening its ecological base. It draws inspiration from the rich and diverse indigenous cultures and knowledge systems. JSS is actively involved in a wide range of rural development activities aimed at addressing problems faced by tribal communities in Raipur,Dhamatari,Ambagarh-Choaki and Kanker Districts. Poverty is an overriding concern. The thrust areas of JSS are: traditional medicine and primary health care; ecological agriculture and nutrition and food security; employment generation; education; natural resource management; community development and womens empowerment. Projects implemented by JSS have provided direct benefits to people from over 150 villages, apart from numerous indirect benefits. Some of the JSS programmes have influenced Government policies. JSS has thus played, and continues to play, a key role in developing innovative approaches for development of the socio-economically marginalised tribal communities in Chhattisgarh. Over the years JSS efforts have been supported by agencies like IGSSS-NewDelhi, TDH, Novib Neatherlands, PACS Programe (DFID), MISEREOR, Consulate General of Japan, GOI-Ministry of HRD, Ministry of Forest and Environment and Rajeev Gandhi Siksha Mission Chhattisgarh State etc. JSS activities are as follows. 1. Strengthening the peoples’ organizations The Kisani Panchayat are organized in the villages to mobilize and organize the poor, marginalized and small farmers as well as the BPL community in the villages on the relevant issues. The Kisani Panchayat are formed in 144 villages of four blocks of three districts in Chhattisgarh. To strengthen the organizations training programs were organized and the leaders were sent to other places for exposure and live in experiences. The people have learnt to identify their problems and find their effective solutions. In the working areas they have organized effective demonstration and lobbing to solve their grievances. 2.Right Based Advocacy In continuation with the demonstration and rallies various petitions are filed for advocacy and to have dialogue with the state authorities a resource person has been appointed. The advocacy was done .in the issues of land and forest, anti liquor campaign, PRIs, Right to Information and NREGS. The Kisani Panchayat leaders were also prepared and enhanced their knowledge on issue based advocacy process. 3.Federationof women SHGs The women self help groups has felt needs of the time to collective efforts for better result to solving public grievances related gender problems. So. They have started a process in this line during the women awareness camp on 29th September 2007 at village Basanwahi. 11 representative from many SHGs have nominated to promote the federation process. The federation will work to support women self help groups towards women empowerment and socio-economic development. 4.Re-construction of check dam The check dam has reconstructed at village Bangabari (Nawapara)1k.m. away from village in dense forest area on a small river called Gadhiya Nala. It was constructed first time 5 years before by community efforts only and developed it’s canal gradually. 5. Promotion of bamboo crafting among primitive tribes 38 women from different families of Kamar and Pardhi tribes