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JOSEPH RURAL DEVELOPMENT TRUST

perm_identityFounded by Arokiaraj ( 15years of experience )

room84 Church street , Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu - 603403

languagewww.jrdtindia.org

view_headline Area of focusLivelihoods / Poverty Alleviation

view_module Geographical ActivityTamil Nadu

Funding requirement₹0

Project Completed 0

ABOUT

JRDT has risen from its roots, helping communities in emergency and crisis situations towards getting themselves back to normal life, to its current status of working with rural communities to help raise their standard of living financially, hygienically, socially and educationally on a day to day basis towards a more self-sustained and prosperous future.

JRDT is a non-profit, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that seeks funding and support from both charitable (National and International) and Governmental sources. JRDT work in collaboration with other organizations, trusts and corporations, and are open to and have a history of working with all social and religious groups of society. JRDT is made up of a network of workers from the core founders and those involved in day to day operations within the immediate community to volunteers, philanthropic supporters and of course well needed sponsors and charitable funds raisers.

VISION

Modern India is growing and developing at an astounding rate. As technology advances to match that of an international standard, so too science and medicine are progressing in leaps and bounds to try to tackle the endless list of challenges and ailments of a modern world. However hand in hand with such advances comes a phenomenal growth in population (India, being the fastest growing country in the world, is predicted to overtake china by population before the middle of this century) and the difficulties and strains that come from overcrowding. As more and more generations of people move to the cities to seek work and a better life so government attention is focused on maintaining these heaving metropolises. Even though there is a migration towards urban living, Tamil Nadu still holds over half its population in rural areas (51.55% rural to 48.45% urban, source: 2011 Census of India). Although less polluted than urban, rural life gives less access to the basic needs such as health care and education often purely down to the distances needed to travel and transport issues, a common theme in such isolated areas is to find children working hard just to help feed their families and education will become secondary. Thus life becomes about surviving rather than thriving.

LEGAL

  • Your organisation is registered as
    Public Charitable Trust
    Permanent account number (PAN)
    AAATJ6389D
    Registration number / CIN & registration date
    184 - 17-12-2004
    12A registration number & registration date
    DIT(E)NO:2(993)/04-0 - 13-07-2005
    80G registration number & registration date
    DIT(993)/04-05 - 17-08-2016
    FCRA registration number & registration date
    075820382 - 25-05-2010
    35AC registration number & registration date
    N/A

FINANCIAL

  • 1 - Financial year 2015-2016
    Annual budget
    ₹2,731,000
    Total income
    ₹0
    Total expenditure
    ₹0
    Average monthly expenditure
    ₹2,731,000
    Total fixed assets
    ₹4,500,000
    Long term loan
    ₹0
    Total funding gap
    ₹0

OPERATIONAL

  • Number of full time employees
    8
    Number of part time employees
    5
    Number of consultants
    4
    Number of volunteers / interns
    9
    Which operational area do you require additional help with?
    Business Development, Finance, Human Resources, Marketing

GOVERNANCE

  • Number of board members
    4
    Number of meetings done
    6
    Governance photos
    Governance documents

PROJECT

  • 1 - Project Medical Camps
    Who are your major funders?
    N/A
    Name your funders
    credible alliance
    Project start date
    10-04-2008
    Project end/expected close date
    08-10-2012
    Project Sector
    N/A
    Location
    Tamil Nadu
    City(ies)
    Kanchipuram
    Area/Town name
    N/A
    Budget
    ₹1,250,000
    External funding received
    ₹0
    Number of beneficiaries
    1,145
    Project type
    Non-Government
    Project photos
    Project documents
    Project description
    • These involve initial check-ups and tests that lead on to further work or operations if so required. The camps are open to all and all costs are covered, including food for the day.
    • FIRST AID TRAINING.