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  NGO Name

MGPSK (MG Patel Sarvodaya Kendra)

  Year Established

1959

  Primary Contact

Hasmukh Patel

  Address

Shramik Vikas Sansthan, 106, Mani Prabhu Building

 

Opp. Ram Mandir, Navrang School Six Roads Crossing

  District

Ahmedabad

  State

Gujarat

  PIN

380009

  Email

mgpsk_ad1@sancharnet.in

  Phone 1

(079) 6423491

  Phone 2

(02742) 32224

  Fax

(079) 6423491

     

  NGO Work

 

  Category

Sustainable development

  Website

www.gujaratonline.com/sarvodaya/

  Annual Budget

Rs.17500

  FCRA clearance?

Yes

 

 

         

  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

December 2001 by Shailja Pathania (AID-Boston)
Shailja_Pathania@dfci.harvard.edu
617-388-4841

 
 
   

  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo

  3

 

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  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  Sarvodaya Kendra

$ 3400

 
 

 Total 

$ 3400

 

 

 

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  NGO Goals

 

 

M.G.P.Sarvodaya kendra(MGPSK) is located in the northern tribal belt of Gujarat. Founded in 1959 by the constructive stalwartf of Gujarat,MGPSK has been involved in several socio economic and educational activities.

  Achievements

 

Sarvodaya Kendra was founded in 1959. Presently it is working in 51 tribal villages of Amirgadh tribal pocket and 41 border villages of Vav Taluka in the northern Banaskantha district of Gujarat. Its main activities include - education, watershed development, organizing cattle camps, earthquake relief activities and craft development among the rural women.

  Summary

 

If provision of additional income generating programs are made, migration can be checked. In this context, handicraft activities, such as Ari and Suff embroidery, offer livelihood regeneration possibilities. With proper training and provision of sufficient raw material, 200 women in this region will obtain sustainable employment through handicraft.


 
 
 

  

 
 

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