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  project name ~ AID RURAL TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE CENTRE (ARTRC)

category ~ Education - Child

 
       

  

     

  Project Name

 

AID RURAL TECHNOLOGY RESOURCE CENTRE (ARTRC)

  NGO

 

Vikash Educational Charitable Trust.

  Category

 

Education - Child

  District

 

Parlakhemundi

  State

 

Orissa

  Budget Approved

 

Rs 100000

 

  Year Approved

 

2010

 

 
 
 
 
 

  Photographs

 

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  Chapter Coordinators

 

Surbhi Bansal

 

Buffalo

 

  Caption

 

 

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  Summary

 

 

The ARTRC started by Dhanada Mishra in 2007 as a center for holistic training, by establishing and expanding all above programs is well on target if the financial assistance as requested is provided.

 
 

  Achievements

 

 

ARTRC has recently initiated the activities on farmers welfare by the support of govt. of Odissa agriculture department. ARTRC is also involved in coir work, pottery, vermi-compost, dairy farming, vocational training, village sanitation, night school, & the model school Shaala, They have established a Khadi Unit, a Coir Unit, a Pottery Unit, a Dairy farm, and a vermi-composting farm which are all set up and running at this time. The women''s vocational training program provides classes in computer, Tailoring, Bee cultivation, & Phenyl. Now, the goal is to expand the Shaala school where assistance from AID Buffalo is required.

 

  Goals

 

 

To become a center of a remote poor rural community in Parlakhemundi by providing programs in vocational training of the rural youth and sustainable income generation programs. The goal of the agricultural program is to bring change in farmers society providing techniques, training, technologies & financial support to them to encourage them to move from chemical to organic farming and most importantly for their empowerment & economic stability. The goal of the Shaala school is to expand the education to 100 students where they will be taught in English Medium from LKG to 2nd grade. Then they are prepared and encouraged to enroll in regular schools.

 
 

  


 
 
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