GRAMIN SAMAJ VIKAS KENDRA

CONSOLIDATED PROGREE REPORT

YEAR (APRIL 2012-MARCH 2015)

 

BACKGROUND:

Gramin Samaj Vikas Kendra is a voluntary organization registered on 24-4-1989 under the society’s Registration act XXI of 1860. GSVK registered office is located in  F-28 Ganga Nagar, Mawana road Meerut U.P over all uplifement of the poorer sections of both rural and urban population. The main aim of the society is selfless and dedicated service so as to bring them at par with or the better off sections of society.

WORKING AREA AND IDEOLOGY:

GSVK is covering two districts Bijnor, Bulandshaha, Gautambudh Nagar and Meerut focusing on interior villages and urban area lacking basic amenities. These areas are in dire need of substantial improvement in their life standards in education, health, hygiene, skill development and other sectors. Though the focus is on rural areas, we also have been covering urban poor such as rickshaw pullers, street children and destitute women. The main ideology is to help all the needy population using peaceful non- violent approaches emphasizing on empowerment of weaker sections for self-reliance and self-help. They have a right to live a decent life like others in all sectors. They have to come to the main stream of life like others.

 

FOCUS AREA OF ACTIVITIES:

THE MAIN AREAS OF FOCUS FOR G.S.V.K ARE:

Ø  Information training in economic and social empowerment.

Ø  Legal education.

Ø  Health education.

Ø  Environmental education.

Ø  Providing basic amenities.

Ø  Skill Development Training.


ACTIVITIES: APRIL 2012 TO MARCH 20013

A.   Street Play For Child Labor:

A WORLD VISION INDIA project awareness program for child labor campaign in Meerut GSVK conducted 50 street plays in 10 villages and 5 slum area.

 

B.   Skill Training:

In the Incholi village district Meerut Beautician training was organized. This training was given to girl of schedule caste after this training the girls can open the beauty parlor, so that they can earn their lively.

 

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C.      HEALTH EDUCATION & HEALTH CARE                                                   

We are giving great emphasis on preventive health education. The villagers are made to understand that “Prevention is always better then Cure’’ 12 Health volunteers have been selected for the work. Medicines for   ordinary diseases were given to these workers to be distributed among the poor and needy. Child and mother nutrition through ordinary diet was also explained. 

 

 In the village Mohammadpur and Aurangabad district Meerut were health camp organized by GSVK. Camp were organized at regular intervals. The participants were made to realize that sound health is the first necessity for any society. If all the resource are available, but the people are sick, there can be no achievement. On the other hand. Healthy people are in a position to create resources for them.

 

At these camp, detailed dialogues were held on the following points:

 

Ø  Health, Hygiene and general sanitation.

Ø  Preventive Health.

Ø  Vaccination program.

Ø  Nutrition for expectant & their children.

Ø  Environmental pollution-steps to check it.

 

D.   AWARENESS CAMPS

This program continued to occupy our top most priority. It needs no mention that it is the concrete awareness among the masses which is most essential to prepare them to adopt the measure meant for their over-all development. Therefore, Such camps are being arranged continuously. Nine camps have been organized, four in Meerut and five in Bijnore district. The camps attracted hundreds of participants who were given detailed knowledge of the various development activities going on the area. Knowledge of government sponsored programs was also given. This had a very encouraging effect for enlisting the cooperation of the masses. In this context, special program was organized on 11- February and 15 march, 2013 as ‘‘Mahila Jagrukta Divas’’. Fifty women attended from village Tarapur Meerut and 30 women attended from village Dayalwala Bijnore. The rural ladies were made aware of their social rights and obligations in the camp.

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E.    MICRO INSURANCE:

In the year 2012-2013, with the help of life insurance policy, Jeevan Madhur and Jeevan Mangalpolicy  was done for the 125 men and women and even they were  about the importance of life insurance. Even they were told the importance of savings for the future.


 

ACTIVITIES: APRIL 2013TO MARCH 20014

A.   ORGANIZE OF BAL DIVAS:

This program was held in the shape of BalMela. Where the village youth were also invite. The venue was village Sayal, Meerut sports competition were held for the youth. The winners were given prizes. Similarly, the children who were found to be healthy were also given prizes Bal Divas organized on 20 November 2013.

 

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B.   FREE HEALTH CAMPS:

We are giving great emphasis on preventive health education through health camps were organized at regular intervals. The venue was village Gadina & Sayal district Meerut. The participants were made to realize that sound health is the first necessity for any society. If all the resources are available but the people are such there can be no achievement on the other hand, healthy people in a position to create resources for them.

 

At these camps dialogues were held on the following points:

 

Ø  Health, Hygiene and general sanitation

Ø  Preventive Health.

Ø  Vaccination program.

Ø  Nutrition for expectant & their children.

Ø  Environmental pollution-steps to check it.

Ø  Herbal cure in diseases.

 

C.    SKILL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING PROGRAM UNDER THE KAUSHAL VIKAS AND PRAMNIKARAN YOJANA OF BOCW

 

Through GRAS ACADEMY NOIDA in sector- 1 EarthconNoida. The skill development training given to 111 Labors in trade mason. Who are working Labors for two months training was given the training. Gramin Vikas Samaj Kendra has trained 111 Beneficiaries under "Skill Development, Technical Up gradation& Certification Scheme of BOCW (Ministry of Labor & Employment)".

 

Onsite training has been done in Earthcon Universal, a under construction site situated at Noida Extension, Sector-1.Training was based on MES (construction sector) followed by the DGET guidelines. Total duration of training was 240 Hours separately for 3 trades- Mason, Carpenter & Bar Bender.

 

As per guidelines of UP Govt., only NSDC Partner companies were eligible to handle this project. Gras Education & Training Services Pvt. Ltd. had been selected to conduct training in the territory of Distt. Gautam BuddhNagar (Noida).

 

GRAS has further sublet this project to GSVK after scrutiny of documents & expertise details etc. submitted by GSVK to GRAS.


 

Benefices List of Skill Training Program  April 2008 t0 2014

DETAIL OF SKILL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING RPOGRAM

CONDUCTSKILL DEVELOPMENT TRAINING BY GRAMIN SAMAJ VIKASH KENDRA

S.NO.

YEAR

NO. OF TRAIND PERSON

DEPARTMENT NAME

TRAID

PLACE

1

2008

60

DISTRICT PROGRAME OFFICER,MEERUT

TAILORING

RAJPURA, MEERUT

2

2009

30

MEERUT SEVA SAMAJ

BEAUTICIAN

RAJPURA, MEERUT

3

2009

20

MEERUT SEVA SAMAJ

TAILORING

RAJPURA, MEERUT

4

2009

60

DISTRICT PROGRAME OFFICER,MEERUT

TAILORING

MAWANA, MEERUT

5

2010

60

DISTRICT PROGRAME OFFICER,MEERUT

TAILORING

DAURALA, MEERUT

6

2013-14

148

THROUGH GRAS ACADEMY, UP & CENTRE GOVT.

MASSON & ELECTRONIC

ALIGARH

7

2013-14

55

THROUGH GRAS ACADEMY,UP & CENTRE GOVT.

ELECTRICIAN

BULAND SHAHAR

8

2013-14

111

THROUGH GRAS ACADEMY,UP & CENTRE GOVT.

MASSON

EARTHCON SEC -1, NOIDA

9

2013-14

35

THROUGH GRAS ACADEMY,UP & CENTRE GOVT.

MASSON

BPTP SEC -94, NOIDA

10

2013-14

191

THROUGH GRAS ACADEMY,UP & CENTRE GOVT.

MASSON

ATS SEC. - 150, NOIDA

11

2013-14

110

THROUGH GRAS ACADEMY,UP & CENTRE GOVT.

MASSON

JEWEL SEC -75, NOIDA

12

2013-14

252

THROUGH GRAS ACADEMY,UP & CENTRE GOVT.

MASSON

DEVINE SEC. - 108, NOIDA

Total

600

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ACTIVITIES: APRIL 2014 TO MARCH 2015

A.  Vitamin A Distribution

Vitamin A drops was distributed in three blocks namelyRajura, Mawana and Dauralof Meerut District with the support of Vitamin AmgelMubai. The program covered approximately 2000 children in 15 villages of three blocks in Meerut district of Uttar Pradesh, India.

 

B.   Empowerment of Rural Women Through Promotion of Rural Development

Progress towards programme goal

GraminSamajVikas Kendra was in the first year of implementation. During this phase project mainly focused on repo building in the 15 villages of 3 blocks. Project created awareness among the community peoples regularly conducted house visits, survey and selected some community peoples and conducted capacity building training for them and tried to motivate them to become as change agent for the community. Project got some success in order to achieve the target. Project was able to train 75 leaders on Govt. schemes, able to motivate 9 PRI of different villages to meet regularly, 26 SHGs are self motivating and doing very well, project was able to network with Govt. department and link more than 300 beneficiaries with the Govt. schemes.

List of 15 villages according to block wise as follows:

 

S.No

Name of Villages

Block name

1.

Medpur/Ganvdi, Ladpura, Shayal, Khavanjapur, Nagli Ajmabad, Shahapur/Massari

                                                                 Rajpura

2.

Sharsawa, Samaspur, Rashulpur, Chandodi, Shahapur/Massari

Daurala

3.

Gadina, Kunda/Pinaye, Mandwadi, NaglaHareru, Sanota

Mawana

 

 Promoted good governance through PRI in 15 villages/ panchayats of three blocks:

 

As mentioned above project is in first year of implementation so project mainly focused on repo building, project has created awareness and builds repo with the community members in all villages by regular house visits, selected some members from the target area and is motivating them to involve them in community development process.

 

Project has trained 5 staffs on Govt. schemes and created awareness by showing 45 film shows in 9 villages, distributed 6000 pamphlets of available Govt. schemes, facilitated the community discussion on the prevailing issue of the target areas like. Education, health facilities etc and how they can avail these benefits. Project also motivated these community peoples to prepare a road map in order to achieve these facilities. Project also updated 750 names in the voter list and adds some new name in the voter list. Project is constantly doing follow-up of these peoples and trying to motivate them to participate in the next election by explaining them the importance of power of vote. Project also is constantly networking with the local leaders and related Govt dept. and updating them about the projects work and trying to involve them in the developmental work. In these entire activities project encouraged women to participate in the project activities. The detail is mentioned in below table:

 

 

 Village development plans get approved by Panchayats:

 

Project was not able to do much in this area but project was motivated all 15 PRI to meet regularly and conduct the meeting in a systematic way, as a result of this 9 PRI of 9 villages are meeting regularly and maintaining documents as per training. Project trained 93 members on micro planning, documentation roles and responsibilities of elected members:

 

 Able and enlightened PRI members functioning effectively in Gram Sabha meetings:

 

Project conducted 6 trainings for 161 members of 15 villages regarding education schemes, the way of teachings. In the trainings participants were trained on following topics:

·         A-Purpose of Right to  Education Act 2009

·         B- Role of elected Member of Gram Panchayat in right to Education Act 2009

·         C- Role of Parents in Right to education and Compulsory education to all children.

 

Project established 6 village information centers at block level. In these VIC community members can get information’s about the available Govt. schemes, information about the development happening in their area, facilitate in making death certificate, birth certificate, ration card, voter ID card, adhaar card, Jan DhanYojana, Job Card etc. Through these centres project was able to give following benefit to the beneficiaries as follows:

 

 

 

No

Name of Village

No. Of AdhaarCard

No. Of Voter ID card

Birth Certificate

Death Certificate

Widow Pension benefits

 Jan Dhan

Yojana and Job Card   

Grand total

1

Medpur/Ganvdi

9

6

4

1

2

4

26

2

Ladpura

5

4

5

2

1

15

32

3

Shayal

6

3

4

3

3

10

29

4

Khavanjapur

2

3

3

3

1

10

22

5

NagliAjmabad

7

4

5

1

2

08

27

6

Shahapur /Massari

16

5

4

2

1

12

40

7

Sharsawa

14

3

6

1

3

18

45

8

Samaspur

12

4

4

2

2

08

32

9

Rashulpur

11

5

4

1

2

16

39

10

Chandodi

16

5

2

2

3

14

42

11

Gadina

20

6

5

4

5

16

56

12

Kunda/Pinaye

9

3

3

1

2

11

29

13

Mandwadi

15

4

7

3

4

14

47

14

NaglaHareru

16

4

2

1

5

16

44

15

Sanota

11

2

4

2

3

08

30

Total No. Of

169

61

62

29

39

180

540

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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 Gram Sabha members participate in PRI process or other meetings:

 

As mentioned above project is in first year of implementation so project struggled in this area. Project conducted 45 sensitizing meetings in all 15 villages. 64 gram sabha member’s actively participated in the various meetings and claimed for their rights. The list of 64 members is as follows:

 

 

Project especially focused on the women for the process, project reached to 260 women but still it will take more time for women to come out and participate in the meetings actively in from of male persons. Project through PRI members identified some focal problems as mentioned below:

 

No.

Focal Problems

Causes

1

No alternate livelihood sources

  • Poverty.
  • Large family size.
  • Heads of the families are not taking the responsibility of families.
  • Poor quality education.
  • Ignorance of parents.
  • Not skilled.

2

Illiteracy and Importance of Education

  • Peer pressure.
  • Ignorance.
  • Depression and tension caused by not able to meet their basic needs.
  • Irresponsible attitude.

3

Attitude of parents

  • Owing to economic pressures they only think of hand to mouth existence and can’t think of a good future.
  • Impatient towards development as it is time taking and participation in the activities would even mean losing a day’s wages.
  • Cultural Issues, a high proportion of the communities do not give importance to education but only lay emphasis on religious instruction.
  • Luxurious Life (both children and parents are more worried and spent their earnings in purchasing luxurious things like TV, Mobile etc but are not worried/ignore about their real basic needs like education etc.)
  • If the children’s are not going for work to earn money the parents will scold their children’s but if they are not going school they never bothers.
  • Some of the peoples have their family business like Milk, some shops etc so they are not interested to send their children’s to schools because they say that in future their children’s will take over their business.

 

 The rural development initiatives are integrated through SHGs/ CBOS etc:

 

During the process project networked and identified some stakeholder. The list is as follows:

 

Partner Name

Role in Project

Power or Influence

Child Labour Department

Implement various govt. schemes for the communities

 

Child Welfare Committee

Managing  system for children in need of care and protection

Help  is organizing capacity building programs, strengthening Govt. reception home, facilitate repatriation of children

BalVikas Department

Educate Through AnganWadiKendera

Health and Education

Child line Network

Outreach / rescue of children

 

Department of Social Welfare

Overall policy and implementation of Government schemes (ICPC)

Facilitating coordination among various players

GraminSamajVikas Kendra

Provide  Vocational Trainings

Consultation, advocacy, Capacity building, Rescue and restoration of children.

Vitamin Angel Mubai

Provide Vitamin A

Vitamin A distribution in the tar gate eara.

BBA

Working on rescuing the children’s, works at legal related issues, policies, mass mobilization from child labour.

Consultation, advocacy, Capacity building, Rescue and restoration of children.

Mahila Help Line

Provide Help of women

Consultation, advocacy, Capacity building, Rescue and restoration of women.

PHC

Working on Immunization of children’s 0 to 5 years and Immunization for Women

Consultation, advocacy, Capacity building, Rescue and restoration of children.

Local School Headmaster and teachers

Provide educational Trainings.

Consultation, advocacy, Capacity building, Rescue and restoration of children.

Children (Boys & girls)

Understand their rights

Very High

Parents

Aware and sensitive to child rights and their needs

Very High

Community leaders

Advocate for child rights and women rights

Very High

 

Formation Self Help Groups

Apart from this project formed 26 SHG, These SHGs are working very well in the target area. In coming day’s project will build the capacity of other SHG to make them self dependent. SHGs List is below.

 

These SHGs were oriented on documentation and were aware of Health issues and Importance of immunization through their regular meetings. Total 575 women got information about the importance of Breast feeding and immunization. 500 women were aware through film show on RCH issues.

 

List of Self Help Group

 

 

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Promoted the community health and healthy environment though SHG and CBOs:

 

Project created awareness through different programs and reached to 300 women and explained them the importance of birth spacing. 45 members (leaders) from different 15 SHGs were trained on the birth spacing issues. Project also motivated women to access the PHC available in the local area SHG noticed now there is 20% increase in women in accessing the PHC services in the target villages.

 

Project also arranged 30 camps in 15 different villages in which approx 1200 peoples participated in the health camp. Project also trained 30 dais and motivated them to encourage women to access PHC for the safe delivery. This year 15 women accessed who never accessed the facilities of PHC reported the delivery cases in PHC. Project also trained 150 teenagers girls aged 18 to 24 years on health issues and maintain hygienic condition for the better health.

Project also selected 60 peoples in community meeting at the village level and trained them on first aid so that they can help their village people by giving first aid in emergency condition.

Project observed 62 birth registrations and got birth certificate while previously parents were not giving any importance for birth certificate.

 

CONCLUSION:

Thus, we are making our head way steadily to achieve our main objective for the overall uplifement of the rural and urban society of working area. As our resources are limited, we are making efforts to have some substantial financial assistance to continue our all above mentioned and also to improve them gradually.

 

 

 

Date: 31st March 2015                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Meharchand

GRAMIN SAMAJ VIKAS KENDRA