Manav Kalyan Pratishthan, Uttar Pradesh

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Agricultural and Livelihood Project

Experiences with Agricultural and Livelihood Project

    Poverty allocation Project is launched in Fatehpur Dist. (Dec- 2002 to September 2007) by the (DFID) British govt. through the help of Dev. Alternative New Delhi, the Sapit has authorised Manav Kalyan Pratisthan to provide training to 15 Village Women and accordingly 20 days training is given to the workers by the Manav Kalyan Pratisthan. The training program includes method of working, SHG formation, awareness about Reproductive child-health and education. The vocational training program covers tailoring, Knitting, Palm leaves, Basket making, rope making etc. This project has been running successfully since last 04 years.


     Manav Kalyan Pratisthan workers/officers imparting training to the beneficiaries under barren land improvement project of Etawah Dist, started with the help of World Bank /UPLDC.



UPBSN (U.P.Govt.)/ World Bank Project :-

U.P. Bummi Sudhar Nigam run through the World Bank aid was approached by Manav Kalyan Pratisthan to implement the project and provides training to women groups to improve their knowledge and strengthen their financial position. Manav Kalyan Pratisthan has started this programme since July 1999 covering education, health, land development, irrigation, Women Empowerment awareness programmes, which are going, ground in Etawah District of Manav Kalyan Pratisthan launched various programs to empower socially as well as economically. This project has been running successfully since last 07 years.


Manav Kalyan Pratisthan is first position in all UP for world bank assisted project UPLDC Etawah,


 Few prominent are given below:


1.                 Formation of self-help Groups, exclusively for women.

2.                 Skill up-gradation of women and capacity building.

3.                 Income generation programs.

4.                 Mother and child health-care

5.                 Kitchen gardens and

6.                 Education and health