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Affiliated NGOs


Affiliated NGOs

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Aajeevika Bureau combines direct service delivery, advocacy, research and technical support in advancement of its work to provide lasting solutions to the economic and socio-legal problems of migrant workers. It operates through a network of field-based Workers Support and Resource Centres. www.aajeevika.org/

Action Research and Training for Health (ARTH) is a private, non-profit, research and training organization established in 1997 to help underprivileged communities to access and manage health care according to their needs and capacity. It focuses on improving health care for women, adolescents and children with emphasis on rural, tribal populations and unorganized labor. http://arth.in/

FES works with over 8,800 village institutions across eight states to assist village communities in protecting common lands. It concentrates on ecological restoration with initiatives to restore and manage natural resources; strengthening community institutions, enhancing their capacity to self-govern and promoting inclusionary processes; and securing rural livelihoods that are dependent on natural resources.http://fes.org.in/

Gandhi Manav Kalyan Society plays a pivotal role in the development of the tribal areas of Rajasthan especially in Udaipur region. Its activities now extend across 10 districts – Pali, Jodhpur, Tonk, Sawai, Madhopur, Jalore, Karoli, Dungarpur, Sirohi and Chittorgarh.http://www.gmks.org

Founded in 1985, Jagran Jan Vikas Samiti (JJVS) was originally established as a local NGO within Udaipur in response to the poor socio-economic status of rural and tribal communities in southern Rajasthan. JJVS now works throughout India dealing with issues of poverty, unemployment, poor health and illiteracy.http://www.jagranjan.org/

Since its inception in 2001, Jatan has worked to improve the social and demographic indicators of marginalized groups within the state with special emphasis on youth, women and adolescents. It has worked on programs related to health, education, violence against women, strengthening women in governance, migrant labor and livelihood issues. Today Jatan's efforts are both endorsed and supported by the government authorities at all levels.http://www.jatansansthan.org

Seva Mandir is one of India's leading development non-profit organizations. It currently works with 360,000 people across 700 villages of southern Rajasthan, where over 90% of the population relies on subsistence agriculture and most people live on less than Rs. 20 ($0.35) a day. Through its programs related to governance, health, education, sustainable use of natural resources, women's empowerment, youth development, child care and social enterprise, Seva Mandir's objective is not just to deliver aid but to use every development project as a way to build stronger communities.http://www.sevamandir.org