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AARAMBH TRUST

perm_identityFounded by Shobha Murthy ( 10years of experience )

roomPlot No 52, Geetanjali Building,, Sector 17, 33/B, Palm Beach Road , Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400705

languagewww.aarambh.org

view_headline Area of focusEducation

view_module Geographical ActivityMaharashtra

Funding requirement₹468,000

Project Completed 0

ABOUT

Aarambh Trust was founded in 1996 with the mission to catalyse social and economic change in marginalized communities, with a focus on the rights of underprivileged children and empowerment of women. It was created as a Community Service Centre for providing educational, health and vocational skills to the families living in the slum communities of Navi Mumbai. We currently operate 6 urban and 5 rural centres in Maharashtra, serving approximately 2,000 beneficiaries. In our Vikas project, we aim at setting up a new community centre in the urban slum of Rabale in Navi Mumbai, for families of the migrant workers. The focus will be on educating and building awareness among urban communities about issues relating to the rights and responsibilities concerning their children, themselves and the society they live in. The children that will be supported by our program belong to underprivileged migrant backgrounds, and are typically on the verge of dropping out from their schools. We will provide them with support classes in subjects like Math, English, Science and Computers and cultural activities. They will also receive daily mid-day meals and regular check-ups in Health camps. We plan to conduct awareness programmes to eliminate child labour. Most of the women of these communities are uneducated and unskilled. They are unable to get decently paid jobs/work and are often exploited by their families and the neighbourhood. They are forced into the flesh trade when their husbands abandon them. Parents do not welcome the birth of daughters. Our project will empower girls through education and personality development courses, along with sensitizing the community about gender equality, respect for girls and other such values.

VISION

1) To conduct skill training in tailoring, handicrafts, mehendi and beautician practice, etc. for rural women and adolescent girls who are out of school; 2) To train women to market their products and services well; 3) To help women in operating bank acco

LEGAL

  • Your organisation is registered as
    Public Charitable Trust
    Permanent account number (PAN)
    1234567890
    Registration number / CIN & registration date
    1234567890 - 01-01-2016
    12A registration number & registration date
    N/A
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FINANCIAL

  • 1 - Financial year 2015-2016
    Annual budget
    ₹480,000
    Total income
    ₹0
    Total expenditure
    ₹0
    Average monthly expenditure
    ₹480,000
    Total fixed assets
    ₹0
    Long term loan
    ₹0
    Total funding gap
    ₹0

OPERATIONAL

  • Number of full time employees
    0
    Number of part time employees
    N/A
    Number of consultants
    N/A
    Number of volunteers / interns
    N/A
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    Finance

GOVERNANCE

  • Number of board members
    5
    Number of meetings done
    N/A
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    Governance documents

PROJECT

  • 1 - Project DISHA- Empowering Women from Rural Communities
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    Project start date
    01-01-2015
    Project end/expected close date
    31-12-2015
    Project Sector
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    Location
    Maharashtra
    City(ies)
    Mumbai
    Area/Town name
    N/A
    Budget
    ₹480,000
    External funding received
    ₹0
    Number of beneficiaries
    0
    Project type
    Government
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    Project description

    1) To conduct skill training in tailoring, handicrafts, mehendi and beautician practice, etc. for rural women and adolescent girls who are out of school; 2) To train women to market their products and services well; 3) To help women in operating bank accounts, conduct adult literacy and financial literacy classes; 4) To provide health services to these women.