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  Project Name

 

ALOKA

  NGO

 

ALOKA(Ama Loksanskruti O Kalavikash Anusthan)

  Category

 

Other

  District

 

Dhekenal

  State

 

Orissa

  Budget Approved

 

$ 2400

 

  Year Approved

 

2005

 

 
 
 
 
 

  Photographs

 

  

  Chapter Coordinators

 

Satish Natti

 

College Station

 

  Caption

 

 

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  Summary

 

 

ALOKA was founded on 26th August 1995 as a registered voluntary organisation having intensive folk culture and socio-economic working experience in the villages and backward communities. This is a non-profit making social organization.

TARGETED RESULTS
Awareness of problems faced; knowledge gained regarding facilities/services/schemes/programs/ of the Government.
Creation of 8 women groups and village-level organizations.
14 trained women and men will continue the activities after project ends.
Availability of 7 Trained Birth Attendants (TBA) for safe child delivery.
20 vocationally trained persons to continue programs.
200 poor families will earn Rs.1000-2000 p.a. from vegetable cultivation; nutrition will be supplemented.
Minimum of 100 women will be involved in income generation activities in the locality.

 
 

  Achievements

 

 

The organization is presently working in Dhenkanal and Angul districts of Orissa. And within Dhenkanal district it has initiated various rural development activities in Kadua, Mahulpal, Kusumjodi and Baruna panchayats covering 25 villages EXPERIENCE: -Folk culture street theatre performance, palla and drama. -Vocational training for rural women. -Environment protection. -IGP for women. -Rural health and functional education

 

  Goals

 

 

TARGETED RESULTS Awareness of problems faced; knowledge gained regarding facilities/services/schemes/programs/ of the Government. Creation of 8 women groups and village-level organizations. 14 trained women and men will continue the activities after project ends. Availability of 7 Trained Birth Attendants (TBA) for safe child delivery. 20 vocationally trained persons to continue programs. 200 poor families will earn Rs.1000-2000 p.a. from vegetable cultivation; nutrition will be supplemented. Minimum of 100 women will be involved in income generation activities in the locality.

 
 

  


 
 
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