Annual Report

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Annual Report Of Joint Action Networking

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Name of Organiation Joint Action Networking (JAN)
Status Non-Government Organization
Regd. Office Address Vill. & P.O. Momindpur, Via: Hilsa Dist.Nalanda-801302, Bihar
Coordiantion office Address Gandhi Nagar (North of Jail), Hilsa Dist. Nalanda -801302, Bihar
Branch Office Address Rammurti Nagar (West Of Hilsa Court), Hilsa Dist. Nalanda -801302, Bihar
Phone and E-mail Rammurti Nagar (West Of Hilsa Court), Hilsa Dist. Nalanda -801302, Bihar
Contact Person Mr. Ramakant Sharma, Secretary
Registration No. of Organization with date 581 dated 7.01.2000.Registered under the Society Registration Act, 21 of 1860, Govt. of Bihar, Patna.
FCRA Registration No. & dated 031340049 dated 3.10.2002. Registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 1976, Ministry of Home Affairs, New Delhi.And Renewal Certificate On dated 04/08/016.
Registered under the Section 12 (A) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
Registered under Section 80 (G) of the Income Tax Act, 1961.
Income Tax PAN No. AAATJ3808R.
Niti Ayog Unique ID Number BR/2017/0169010.
Origin:

JAN was established in the year 2000 by a team of social workers and activists who have great faith in the ideologies of great freedom fighters like Gandhi, Binoba and Jaipraksh Narayan. Initially, the group worked as a community volunteers with continuing efforts for community empowerment

Vision:

Establishment of an exploitation free society where peace, love, equality and socio-economic equity form the basis of a just society

Mission:

To work for the upliftment of the poor and the marginalized communities for addressing their different socio-economic needs through participatory approach and sustained basis.

Objectives

> To improve the services of primary health care, education, food and nutrition, sanitation and agriculture practices.
> To organize poor women for socio-economic development through small savings, income-generation activities and skill training.
> To facilitate and promote health and hygiene specific to maternal and child health.
> To create equal opportunities of education for the poor children and illiterate adults.
> To develop appropriate rural technology and non conventional energy sources.
> To create opportunities for growth and self-reliance.
> To work for development of disadvantaged groups like disabled, single women and girls.
> To ensure holistic development of children and youth.
> To work for bio-diversity management, plantation, pollution and climate change issues etc.

Members of the Executive Committee
SI. NO. Name Sex Designation Profession Experience in social sector
1 Abdul Subhan Male President Social Worker 32 years
2 Ramakant Sharma Male Secretary Social Worker 35 years
3 Kranti Sharma Female Treasurer Social Worker 40 years
4 Akhtari Begum Female Member Social Worker 23 years
5 Saloni Hembram Female Member Social Worker 21 years
6 Bhagwat Ravidas Male Member Social Worker 25 years
6 Bilmla Sinha Female Member Social Worker 19 years
7 Mithilesh Kumar Male Member Social Worker 19 years
8 Kumar Manikant Male Member Social Worker 22 years
Infrastructure and Manpower
Gender Full Time Part Time Volunteers
Male 05 09 10
Female 02 10 15
Total 07 19 25
Our Bankers
  1. State Bank of India, Hilsa, Nalanda. A/c-11347236306
  2. Madya Bihar Gramin Bank, Hilsa, Nalanda. A/c-71630100078441
  3. Bank of India, BiharSharif, Nalanda. A/C 4861110210000009
Target Groups

(i) Women, children, adolescents, adults, aged, single women and disabled belonging to the poor and excluded section of the society.
(ii) Small and Marginal Farmers.

Area of Operation

Nalanda, Nawada, Gaya, Patna, Bhojpur and Arwal districts in Bihar.

Our Donors
  • District Water and Sanitation Committee, Nalanda
  • Ministry of Environment and Forest, New Delhi
  • DRDA, Nalanda.
  • Basic Need U.K. through NBJK, Hazaribagh
  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi
  • AJWS U.K. through Astha, New Delhi
  • UNICEF through BVHA Patna
  • ILP USA
  • Mahila and Bal Vikash Govt of India Through Gram Niraman Mandal , Nawada
Current Donors
  • ILP USA
  • TDH ,Germany
Key Experiences and Achievements
Project Donor Agency Village Coverage Achievements
Total Sanitation Programme PHED Govt.of Bihar 23 All targeted households have been made aware of sanitation need and available services.100 households have got toilet facilities.
Ekal Nari Sangharsh Samiti Ashtha Rajastan 50 2500 women leaders have been promoted across the state through networking. 50 local committees have been established and strengthened.
SHG Training DRDA Nalanda Govt.of Bihar 30 All the SHG members have been involved in different training and capacity building programs. Nearly 100 village institutions have been established and strengthened.
Mental health Programme Basic Needs 30 The entire community got aware and sensitized towards the mental patents. Mental health has now emerged as a social agenda and major priority among the villagers. Good number of disabled have received benefits though medical and other services.
Empowerment of Single Women AJWS 55 More than 600 resources persons at the state level facilitated. Large networking was established at national and state levels. More than 5000 single women got organized.
RIGHT TO EDUCATION PROG. ILP USA 41 MORE THAN 3000 CILDREN GO BACK TO SCHOOL.
CONSUMER AWARNESS PROG. LOCAL CONTRIBUTION 15 MORE THAN 150 CONSUMER AWARED
Empowering Dalit/Mushar Community for Sustainable Social and Economic Development Programme TDH ,Germany 08 187 Droupout children Of Dalit and Mushar Community have joined in the educational process. 320 droupout girls got training of tailoring .and 320 young girl and women awared on their rights .

Experience in Other Activities

Running of Non-Formal Education Centers:

JAN with the community cooperation and support had run 3 NFE Centers in Nalanda, Gaya and Nawada districts in Bihar for two years duration. It started in the year 2003 and completed in 2005. At least 100 children belonging to Mushar (Mahadalit Community) and Paswan (Dalit Community) were provided meaningful and joyful education and were enrolled in Government primary schools.

Campaign for Common Schooling System:

In 2005-06 under the guidance of Bihar Lok Adhikar Manch, a massive Campaign was launched in Hilsa block. Issues like insufficient Teachers –Students ratio, Poor School infrastructure, Water and Sanitation facilities, Poor attendance of Children, Teacher’s irregularity and absentees etc. were focused.

Village/Panchayat Level Educational Motivation Campaign:

JAN almost in its all operational area, conducted Village/Panchayat level motivational campaigns with the Parents of the out of school children, PRI members and local Community leaders with a view to inform them about the importance of education and needs to educate the children.

Campaign against Child Labor:

JAN is an active member of CACL, Bihar and under its guidance and support undertakes campaign against Child Labour in its area of operation. Under the activities, Seminar and village/Panchayat level meetings were organized with active participation of the parents of children, PRI members and academician

Recognition

Due to its sincere efforts and its good work in the development sector, JAN has been recognized and earned accolades on several fronts. It has membership and accreditation in Lok Samiti, NIRMAN Network, CASA Partners Network and Rashtriya Ekal Nari Adhikar Manch.