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Shusamaj Foundation

Navaran Bazaar, Sharsha, Jessore 7432, Bangladesh

Mobile: +88 01711 397441,01197-341343 (ED),

+88 04228-76126 (Office)

Dhaka Office: House-120, Flat-5C, Road-1,

Block-F, Banani, Dhaka-1213.

E-mail: shusamajbd@yahoo.com

                                               Table of Contents

 

Table of Accronyms 03
1.0 General Information……………………………………………………………. 05
1.1  Addresses……………………………………………………………………. 05
1.2 Date of Establishment…………………………………………………….. 05
1.3 Legal Status…………………………………………………………………. 05
1.4 Contact Person……………………………………………………………… 05
1.5 Area of Operation………………………………………………………….. 05
1.6 Type of Organization………………………………………………………. 05
2.0 The southwest region of Bangladesh………………………………………… 06
3.0 Background of the Organization……………………………………………… 07
4.0 Vision……………………………………………………………………………… 08
5.0 Mission……………………………………………………………………………. 08
6.0 Present Executive Committee………………………………………………… 08
7.0 Objectives………………………………………………………………………… 08
8.0 Development Strategy…………………………………………………………. 09
9.0 Target group…………………………………………………………………….. 09
10.0 Strategic Diagram………………………………………………………………. 10
11.0 Basic principals of Management……………………………………………… 10
12.0 Policy documents……………………………………………………………….. 11
13.0 Human Resource………………………………………………………………… 11
14.0 Special Committees…………………………………………………………….. 11
15.0 Membership of Network/Forums……………………………………………… 11
16.0 Present Donor/Supportive Organizations…………………………………… 12
17.0 On going programs……………………………………………………………… 12
18.0 Activities………………………………………………………………………….. 13
19.0 Capacity of Human Resources………………………………………………… 13-14
20.0 Organogram……………………………………………………………………… 15
Annexure:
Annexure: 1 Map of working area 04
Annexure: 2 Copy of Registration Certificate 16
Annexure: 3 Constitution of Shusamaj Foundation 17
Annexure: 4 Audit Report of 2003-2004 18
Annexure: 5 Organogram 19

 

Table of Acronyms

 

ADAB:           Association for Development Agencies in Bangladesh

ADR:            Alternative Dispute Resolution

AIDS:           Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

ALAP:           Adolescent Livelihood Advancement Project

ASA:             Association for Social Advancement

BELA:           Bangladesh Environmental Lawyers Association

BS:              Banchte Shekha

CAB:             Consumers’ Association of Bangladesh

CAMPE:         Campaign for Mass Education (Gono-shakkharata Avijan)

CDD:            Center for Disability in Development

CDG:            Community Development Group

CEP:             Costal Embankment Project

CHDRP:         Community Handicap Development Resource Person

CIRVAW : Community Initiative to Violence Against Women.

CWTP:          Child and Women Trafficking Protection Project

CDEPWE: A Collective Drive to Engender the Process of Women Empowerment

CIRVAW: Community Initiative to Reduce Violence Against Women

DAM:            Dhaka Ahsania Mission

DDP:            Disables’ Development Project.                         DPP:             Disaster Preparedness Project

GSS:            Gono-Shahayjja Sangstha.                               HIV:             Human Immunodeficiency Virus

HKI:             Helen Keller International                                 LCS:             Let Children Speak

GRAWHREE : Gender Responsive Approach to Women Human Rights and Economic

Empowerment.

HRDP:           Human Rights and Democracy Partnership Project

JBDN:           Japan-Bangladesh Development Network

LNECR:         Local NGO Network for Ensuring Child-Rights

NCU   :    NGO Cooperation Unit

PDIM:           Project Development, Implementation and Management

PRA:             Participatory Rural Appraisal

RMP:            Rural Microcredit Program

RRM:            Relief and Rehabilitation Management

RSDN:          Regional Sustainable Development Network

SRF:             Sundarbans Reserve Forest

STD:             Sexually Transmitted Diseases

ToT:             Training of Trainers

UCEP:           Underprivileged Children’s Education Program

VDO:            Voluntary Development Organization

 

Annexure: 1         Working Area of Shusamaj Foundation

1.0 General Information

 

  • Addresses
Head Office                   Dhaka  Office                        Liaison/Project Office
Shusamaj Foundation             Shusamaj Foundation

Navaran, PO: Jadabpur            Road:1,House:120, Flat:5c

PS:Shasha,Jessore-7432       Block:F, Banani. Dhaka.

Bangladesh.Tel:04228-76126     Mobile:01750-373002

Shusamaj Foundation 

2 Abdul Aziz Sarak, Kazipara puraton kasba, Jashore 7400.

 

 

1.2 Date of Establishment

 

 

17 March 1992

 

 

  • Legal Status

 

Authority Registration number Year
NGO Affairs Bureau 2316 2008
Society Act-XXI Khulna 91 2004
Department of Social Services J-219/92 1992
Youth Development (Adhidaptar) Sarsha 04 2009
Microcredit Regulatory Authory(MRA) 00687 2013

 

 

1.4 Contact Person, Designation & Education

 

 

NNM Mujibuddaula Sardar Kanak.

Founder Executive Director

LLB(Hons), LLM. Dhaka University.

Mobile: 01711-397441 Email: shusamajbd@yahoo.com

 

 

1.5 Area of Operation

 

 

District Upazilla Number of Union Number of Villages
Jessore Jessore Sadar 05 Wards 19 Communities
Jhikargachha 08 Unions 35 Villages
Sharsha 11 Unions 200 Villages
Satkhira Sadar 3 Ward 3 Unions 10 Communities
Dhaka Uttor City Corparation

1.6 Type of Organization

 

Non-government, non-profitable, non-partisan, voluntary organization

 

2.0 The Southwest Region of Bangladesh

The Southwest region of Bangladesh consists of the districts of Jhinaidah, Jessore, Narail, Satkhira, Khulna and Bagerhat together with the Sundarbans Reserve Forest (SRF), which lies between the populated area and the Bay of Bengal.

The district Jessore is situated by the Indian border and an important center of administration & business in Indian subcontinent since 18th century. During the British regime, Jessore was hailed as a District and developing programs were undertaken as it became a center of potential growth and development.

In the 1960’s, the growth of population compelled the authorities to seek ways to increase food-grain production and accordingly, the Coastal Embankment Project (CEP) had been taken. Though bumper crops were harvested in 1960s & 70s, It brought a series of negative impacts by blocking drainage and creating water-logging. The water-logging caused by this phenomenon had spread to over 117,000 (One hundred Seventeen thousand) hectares and acquired a permanent character.

The flood and tropical storm are two regular natural disaster of this area. It breaks the continuity of life-system of the inhabitants by destroying their houses, possessions and crops. Another natural disaster is the riverbank erosion. About 200,000 (two hundred thousand) of people meet sacrifice of residence or cultivable land per year for it.

Cultivation of brackish water Bagda and Golda shrimps on commercial basis has created further negative impact on the environment and ecology of the region. Collection of shrimp fry from their natural habitat in the rivers and streams adjacent to the Sundarbans is an essential ancillary industry for shrimp culture. But for catching every survival shrimp fry, about 20 fries of other varieties of fish and shrimp are destroyed. This has drastically affected the bio-diversity of aquatic species and also heavily depleted the aquatic resources of the region.

The Sundarbans is the largest single mangrove forest in the world and it is gradually becoming denuded for the people of the Impact Zone (IZ) and the extractors. The extractors detriment the forest by trafficking woods and by killing tiger, deer, crocodile, turtle and tortoise, varieties of lizards, birds and the marine species; and the people of the IZ depends on it for their livelihood. As a result, its natural existence is under threat and if it is continued, the Sundarbans will be destroyed in short.

The most of the big rivers of this region carry fresh water and the fries of natural sea fishes become matured in this area. But they are caught by this time with fine nets and caused the shortage of natural protein. It is also creating a break of equilibrium of the biodiversity.

The fundamentalist groups are hailing as a vital negative force for a secular fair society. The religious minorities and ethnic groups are often subjected to discrimination by them. As a result, folk and legendary culture with heretical norms & values are deprived seriously which are the source of harmony and humanity.

According to researches of renowned national & international institutions, above 40% of people of Bangladesh are living under marginal line of poverty. The phenomenon is more vulnerable in this area for some socio-geographical conditions.

The area is by the border of India. For the problem of poverty & unemployment, child & women trafficking are raised high. Unfair trade, transactions and smuggling create a series of negative impact to the poor people. On the one hand, they are affecting or involved in the traps of interlinking destructive forces. On the other hand, the violence between groups of smugglers affects them seriously.

In this area, the incidents of substance abuse is increasing and behavioral trends relating to substance abuse and sexual activities put the young generation at risk of contracting STDs and HIV/AIDS. The unequal power relations between men and women in these communities make it difficult for women and negotiate the terms of sexual relations, such as the use of contraception or fidelity of their partner. If their husbands engage in extra marital sexual relations and contract STDS, these females are also vulnerable to infection. Moreover, the inevitable cross-boarder population movements make more risk of HIV/AIDS for the poor communities.

Early marriage in these areas is quite prevalent because of socio-economic reasons, such as men demanding smaller dowries for younger brides, or the social perception of girls as being a financial burden on parents, the maintenance of social prestige, and local customs & traditions. Marriage of females are arranged when they are between the ages of 12 to 14.

Jessore is one of the main districts of Khulna Division consisting of 93 unions in 8 upazillas.

To face the problems and to develop the livelihood of the inhabitants, Shusamaj Foundation ensures the active participation of the community people in any major development project, which has now become an accepted norm through the world in the light of experience.

3.0 Background of the Organization

“Shusamaj” is a Bengali word means “Free & Fair Society”. Shusamaj is a non-government, non-profit and non-partisan organization established in 1989 in the southwest region of Bangladesh with the initiatives of enthusiastic and energetic social workers. Shusamaj Foundation is intending to promote socio- economic condition for the bottom & helpless poor and marginal groups.

To meet the problems of this region and to change the livelihood of the poorest of the poor people, especially underprivileged children and women towards rights & development and improvement of their socio-economic conditions, Shusamaj Foundation started its development initiatives and programs through informal group approach. It believes that if people from all levels within a community form an organization, then that organization will be able to continue as a community, who can solve their own problems, share its disappointments & successes, and begins its journey to a sustainable development. The goal of Shusamaj is to help people in bringing and to unite them together, as to gain confidence and understanding themselves and assist them to use their own resources. A community is a group of people who lives together in a small geographical area. A village or a Para (sub-village) or a locality could be regarded as community irrespective of ethnic groups. A village is consisting of some such sub-villages. In traditional norms and values, the people who live in a sub-village need sharing to live together in the community. These communities are also locally called “Samaj”. The cultural, religious and unidentified traditional local norms & values tie the people of Samaj. However, these ties and community bindings are limited to certain activities. The concept of development through informal group or community implied by Shusamaj Foundation is to help a Para or sub-village to unite them for their empowerment and livelihood development using their own resources.

 

4.0 Vision

To establish an environment friendly, gender balanced poverty free and fair secular society where poor people can meet their basic needs and live with human dignity.

 

5.0 Mission

Shusamaj aspires that all the Beneficiary groups and inter group structures come up as independent Institution; and capable to run their programs without any external assistance, take the challenge to meet their own interest through empowerment and emancipation of the poorest people of the project area irrespective of sex, religion, caste and creed towards the establishment of a free and fair society where the common people can ensure full participation and have the opportunity of latest information and technology.

6.0 Present Executive Committee

SL Name Position Occupation
6.1 Md. Abdur Rajjak Chairperson Service
6.2 Josef Biswas Vice-chairperson Service
6.3 NNM Mujibuddaula Sardar Kanak Secretary Lawyer
6.4 Prof. Abul Bashar Kazol Executive Member Development Worker
6.5 Merina Khatun Executive Member House wife
6.6 Aklima Khatun Small Business
6.7 Dipali Sutrodhar Executive Member Development Worker

 

7.0 Objectives

 

7.1 To establish human rights, especially children and women rights in every level
7.2 To rehabilitate rural poorest people and destitute women
7.3 To create awareness of the “have not”s and organize them for socio-economic development
7.4 To respond to the needs of the distressed people caused by natural disaster
7.5 To aware people on drug abuse and Child & Women trafficking
7.6 To aware and motivate poor people for income generating activities like aqua-culture, micro-enterprise, non-farm trades and handicrafts
7.7 To organize programs for increasing health-care and nutrition awareness
7.8 To arrange various programs for disables’ development
7.9 To launch programs for old citizens and build ‘Old Home’
7.10 To build awareness about safe drinking water and sanitation
7.11 To aware community people about environmental equilibrium and social forestation
7.12 To aware the people about fatalities of HIV/AIDS and STDs
7.13 To organize networks and forums of grassroots voluntary organizations for people’s empowerment and transparency
7.14 To arrange various types of programs for establishment of democracy in grassroots level as well as in national level
7.15 To undertake programs for empowerment adolescents through establishment of their socio-economical rights
7.16 To strengthen the coordination among the Voluntary Development Organizations(VDOs) of Bangladesh

 

8.0 Development Strategy

The people, men & women who live in a Para or sub-village is considered as a unit of informal group named Community Development Group (CDG). A Development Activist (DA) and a Volunteer for each of the sub-village is nominated and selected from the respective group. The organization provides necessary training & other support to the members of the informal groups and is monitored by a field staff. The development strategy of Shusamaj Foundation stands on some basic norms:

A.        The poor and underprivileged people are the development partners of Shusamaj Foundation

B.        The programs are undertaken on the basis of participatory need assessment within selected area.

C.        Sustainability and self-sufficiency are given priority.

D.        Decision is taken with bottom-up process.

E.        Participation of every respective sector is ensured for sustainable development

 

9.0Target Group

9.1 Direct Participants At first, the poorest of the poor peoples (male & female) are the target beneficiary of Shusamaj Foundation. A family having not more than 50 Decimals of land, earning monthly less than Taka 600.00 per family member, backward, unable to meet basic human needs, having destitute women, illiterate, vulnerable children and disaster affected people, subjected to oppression & exploitation are always given priorities as the beneficiary.
9.2 Indirect Beneficiaries Students, Social Workers, Stakeholders, Local Community Leaders, Religious Leaders, Service-holders and respective progressive persons

 

 

 

10.0 Strategic Diagram

 

11.0 Basic principles of Management

  1. General Body is mainly the powerful organ of Shusamaj Foundation. It elects the Executive Committee and meets at least once in a year to verify & approve the activities directed by the Executive Committee.
  2. The organization is democratic in nature. It is managed by an Executive Committee of seven members who are elected by the General body for every five years.
  3. All programs & activities are headed by an Executive Director who is selected by the Executive Committee to execute projects/programs by a number of program & administrative staffs, workers, volunteers and professionals.
  4. The organization defends equality of rights for all members irrespective of sex, race, religion, caste and creed.
  5. The Executive Director is overall responsible to implement the project activities as per the plan and answerable to the executive committee, Legal authorities and respective donors.

 

 

 

 

12.0 Policy Documents

 

12.1 Personnel Policy Developed and Followed since 2004
12.2 Gender policy Developed and Followed since 2004
12.3 Financial Policy Developed and Followed since 2005
12.4

 

12.5

 

Accounts records

 

Staff Recruitment Policy

Bills and Vouchers, Cashbook, Ledger book, Journal, Statements and Separate Bank accounts, Both manual and Computer

Developed and Followed since 2002

 

13.0 Human Resource

Level of Staff Permanent/

Full-time

Contractual/

Part-time

Total
Male Female Male Female
Management Level 05 02 07
Senior/Chief Level 01 01
Supervisor/Mid-Level 02 01 03
Facilitator/Field Level 09 07 11 05 32
Teacher/Trainer 01 01 05 03 10
Volunteer Level 35 15 50
Total: 18 11 51 23 103

 

Staff strengthens

Level of staff Female Male Total
Management staff 2 5 7
Mid-level management staff 2 4 6
Filed staff 9 13 22
Volunteers 35 15 50
48 37 85

 

14.0 Special Committees

 

14.1 Purchase committee 3 Members
14.2 Gender committee 3 Members
14.3 Cultural committee 3 Members

 

15.0 Membership of Networks & Forums

SL. Name of Forum/ Network Position
15.1 Association of Development Agencies in Bangladesh (ADAB) Central Member
15.2 CIVICUS World Alliance Member
15.3 STI/AIDS Network of Bangladesh Member
15.4 Int: Fedaration of the Movements of Catholic Rural Adults-FIMARC Member
15.5 National Forum of Organizations Working with the Disabled- NFOWD Member
15.6 Consumers’ Association of Bangladesh (CAB) Lead NGO of District
15.7 Bangladesh Shishu Adhikar Forum  (BSAF) Member
15.8 Bangladesh Sustainable Development Forum-BSDF Member
15.9 Agriculture FORAM Member
15.10 Manob Pacher Protorodh Network Member

 

16.0 Ongoing Projects & Donors:

 

SL # Name of Donor Name of Project Type of Support
16.1 Global Fund for Children-USA Anti child trafficking Financial & Technical
16.2 Misereor- Germany through SPTN Indonesia. Peoples Led Development Process (PLDP) Financial support
16.3 Government of Bangladesh & WFP. Vulnerable Group Development Programme-VGD. Do
16.4 Bangladesh NGO Foundation-BNF and Own fund. Empowerment and Security of the Rights of the Rural Disabled Do
16.5 Shusamaj own Fund. Micro Credit Do

 

 

17.0 Past / Completed Projects:

 

SL Name of Donor   Name of Project Components Type of Support
1 MJF-Through Banchte Shekha (MJF-Manusher Jonno Foun:-DFID) Community Initiative to Reduce Violence Against Women-CIRVAW Awareness, Skill Training, Legal Support, Meeting, workshop Technical & Financial
2 Dhaka North City Corporation-DNCC & Service Charge. Household Counting and Number Plate Set up Project. To develop a digital data base of households of DNCC. Technical
3 Trust Fund of GOB Climate Change adaptation and mitigation program Plantation. Land development, river banking. Financial
4 Bangladesh NGO Foundation-BNF and Own fund. Empowerment and Security of the Rights of the Rural Disabled. Therapy, Exercise , Device Support Technical & Financial
5 Govt. of Bangladesh. Ministry of Science & Technology. Mango Based Agroforestry System evaluation. Awareness, Dialogue, Meeting etc. Financial
6 CSA for SUN Civil Society Alliance for Scaling Up Nutrition. Awareness, FGD, Workshop, seminar etc. Technical & Financial
7 Kidernian Nature Conservation Fund-Japan Nature Conservation through Herbal/ Medicinal Plants. Training, Herbal Plant Distribution etc Financial Support
8 DANIDA through Rights Jessore. CTPCM. Awareness, Dialogue, Meeting,Uthan Baitha Technical & Financial
 

9

Cuts International Electricity Reform In Bangladesh, India & Nepal. Awareness, Dialogue, Meeting etc. Technical & Financial
10 Govt. of Bangladesh & Asian Development Bank. PLCEHD-2 Post  Literacy and Human Development Technical & Financial
11 ADB through WASA Resettlement Project Awareness, Compensation giving DO
12 Group Development-GD (France). Sanjog-II Awareness, Dialogue, Meeting,Uthan Baithak DO
13 DFID-MJF Partnership with USHA GRAWHREE Awareness, Skill Training,Legal Support DO
14 DFID-MJF-Uttaran APAR Land distribution to land less People DO
15 DFID through UCEP Let Children Speak- LCS – Phase II Ensuring child rights DO
16 DANIDA through Rights Jessore CTPCM Awareness, Training, Drama, Meeting etc DO
17 Asia Foundation-Through Banchte Shekha Voter & Civic Education & Observation Awareness, Dialogue, Meeting, Uthan Baithak Financial
18 BRAC NCU-NGO Cooperation Unit Credit Support. Accounts & Finance Training etc. Financial & Technical
19 IVS-Bangladesh Rights Based Develop: Approach & Good Governance-RBDA Capacity building of partner NGO on RBDA &  Governance issue. Technical
20 Concern Worldwide Bangladesh & ECHO Emergency Humanitarian Project Relief and Rehabilitation

support

Financial & Technical
21 Concern Worldwide Bangladesh

 

Adolescents Livelihood Advancement Project-ALAP Awareness, Skill Training, Linkage, Market, Assessment Technical & Financial
22 UCEP- Bangladesh (DFID funded) Let Children Speak- LCS – Phase I Advocacy, Networking , Training, Linkage, Meeting Do
23 AED-USAID  through Rights Jessore Community Mobilization to Combat Trafficking Awareness, Training, Drama, Meeting etc Do
24 DANIDA through Banchte Shekha Human Rights and Democracy Partnership Project- HRDP Alternative Dispute Resolution, awareness Building, Court Case Financial & Technical
25 USHA- MJF CDEPWE Women Empowerment. District Lead
26 AED- through Rights Jessore Violence free Participation of women in Election Awareness, Dialogue Meeting, Courtyard Meeting Financial & Technical
27 University of South Australia. Through Space Rain Water Harvesting

Project.

Bladder Distribution, Motivation, Meeting etc. Material and Technical.
28 Government through SAMATA Open Water Habitat Restoration Project To rescue threatened fisheries Financial & Technical
29 Sight Savers Int. BCCC Cataract Operation DO
30 Asia Arsenic Network & Own Fund. Arsenic Mitigation Through Local Initiative Water taste, Court yard meeting, Workshop etc. Material and Technical.
31 Dhak Ahsania Mission –DAM CWTP Awareness, Training, Drama, Meeting etc Financial & Technical
32 UNDP- Through ADAB SEMP Environmental Development Financial & Technical
33 DFID through Proshika Adult Education Project Awareness, Education etc. Do
34 Concern Bangladesh. Relief Distribution Project. Food, Polythin, Candle, Soap,WPT distribution etc Do
35 Concern Bangladesh. DPP-Disaster Preparedness

Project.

Awareness, Dialogue, Meeting, Training etc Do
36 ICLARM (USAID) Aquaculture Development Training, Provide fingerlings & technologies Do

 

 

 

18.0 Activities

 

 

Right-based Activities Development Activities
·        Women & Children trafficking protection

·       Consumers Right

·       Child Rights Protection and Implementation

·       Women Empowerment and Rights

·       Human Rights and Democracy

·       Good Governance

·       Human & Legal Rights

·       Legal aid & Support service

·       Election Rights

·       Group formation of rural poor peoples

·       Non-formal Child education

·       Savings and credit program

·       Disaster response and Rapid rehabilitation

·       Drug Abuse Protection

·       Disables’ Development

·       Water and Sanitation

·       Arsenic mitigation

·       Primary health & nutrition

·       Environmental awareness program

·       Poultry & Livestock

 

 

19.0 Capacity of Human Resources

 

 

SL # Name of training Adequate Staff Supported By
19.1 Microcredit Management 05 ASA, PKSF
19.2 Homestead vegetable gardening 01 HKI
19.3 Research for Development of Aquaculture 04 ICLARM, Dhaka
19.4 Cultural Motivation for Development 01 Rupantor
19.5 Investigative Reporting on Environment 01 BELA
19.6 Organizational Development 01 CAMPE
19.7 Aquaculture Management 1 Interfish (IPM)
19.8 Children & Women Trafficking Protection 1 DAM
19.9 Disaster Preparedness 2 Concern
19.10 ToT on Disaster Preparedness 2 ,,
19.11 ToT on Relief and Rehabilitation Management 2 ,,
19.12 Democracy & Good Governance 01 ADAB-Jessore
19.13 Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) 10 Concern
19.14 Local Administration 05 ,,
19.15 Gender Development 01 ,,
19.16 Group level Action plan 02 ,,
19.17 Environment and Sustainable Agriculture 02 ADAB-Jessore
19.18 Accounts Management 01 Concern
19.19 Arsenic Awareness and Mitigation 02 ,,
19.20 Preparing Contingency Plan 02 ,,
19.21 Logical Framework Development & analysis 01 ,,
19.22 Emergency Health Response 02 ,,
19.23 Basic Training on Adolescent Concept 07 ,,
19.24 ToT on Module 06 ,,
19.25 Community Handicap and Disability Resource Person (CHDRP) 02 CDD
19.26 Supportive Supervision 07 Concern
19.27 HIV/AIDS 02 ,,
19.28 Financial Management 07 ,,
19.29 General Management 05 ,,
19.30 Right-based Development Approach 07 IVS-USA
19.31 Social Communicator for Disable and Handicap 01 CDD
19.32 Monitoring & Evaluation 07 Concern
19.33 Leadership Development 08 Concern, BS
19.34 Facilitating Assistive Device 01 CDD
19.35 Women Development 02 Banchte Shekha
19.36 Child-Rights Programming 02 UCEP
19.37 UN Convention on the Rights of the Children 02 ,,
19.38 Advocacy Technique 08 UCEP, Concern, GSS
19.39 Report Writing 02 Concern
19.40 ADR Technique & Management 02 Banchte Shekha
19.41 Project Design, Implementation and Management (PDIM) 01 CDD
19.42 Project Proposal Writing 01 CDD
19.43 Gender Sensitiveness & assertiveness 05 USHA

 

 

  1. Financial Transaction of last five years

 

2015-16 2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 2019-20
29,772,468 2,84,79,588 2,95,57,563 3,23,95,336 2,64,10,896