more about mahila janswasthya shishu kalyan kendra

Geographical Area: Dhanbad, Bokaro

Experience:

i. Regd. U/S 34(3) of JJ Act. 2000

ii. Running a home for abandoned, destitute and orphaned children since 1997 in Bokaro Steel City, financial supported by Dept. of Welfare and Social Welfare, Women and Child, Govt. of Jharkhand

iii. Specialised Adoption Agency since 2010

iv. Shelter for women since 2007, under SWADHAR Scheme of WCD, GOI, since 2007


Property Specification: Residential premises with basic furniture for more than 100 children are available; latest inspection report enclosed

Medical Tie-up:

i. MAA SHARDA Charitable Trust and Hospital,

ii. Manmohan Cooperative Own medical team


Strategies:

We have categorised our work in two major parts. The main purpose is to cover the needs of the people and work with people in a planned manner. Our organisation has been divided into following divisions (associate organisations):

1. Centre for Training and Development Studies

2. Foundation for National Reconstruction


Regular Activities:

Proving training and awareness for rural folks are our regular activities. Various schemes for employment generation have been introduced. To achieve its activity, MAJSHIK conducts research and evaluation studies, organises training programmes, seminars, workshops and conferences. It provides technical advice and consultancy to volunteering agencies on formulating and implementing policies and programmes of social development and voluntary activities.

Main Objectives:
i. Social, cultural, economic and educational development of the poor community
ii. Planning and implementation of various schemes pertaining to community development
iii. Research and training concerning social development
iv. To work for the development of poor children and fight for issues like child labour
v. Channelising youth power for national reconstruction
vi. To develop and promote voluntary section in social development
vii. Empowerment and development of women
viii. Development of alternate sources of energy
ix. Promotion and development of social forestry, horticulture and sericulture
x. Protection and strengthening of consumer movement in rural areas
xi. Promotions of rural industries and market
xii. Establishment of public health centres focusing women and children
xiii. Promotion of entrepreneurship among youth
xiv. Promotion of public participation in natural resource management
xv. Maintenance of ecological balance Promotion of science and technology in rural areas  

Thematic Areas:
1. Livelihood Promotion
2. Women and Child Development
3. Natural Resource Management
4. Women Empowerment
5. Rehabilitation Services for Women and Children

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