A-Non-Government Organization (NGOs)
According to Registrar Firms, Societies and Chits,
5.41 lakh NGOs
registered up to October, 2009 for charitable purposes and F for the promotion of Khadi and Village industry, Panchayat Education, industry, Health etc. Rural Development, Science, Departments like Medical and Public Health, U.P. Health System SIFPSA, Welfare Of Child and Development Project, Women, Agriculture, Agriculture, Drinking Bhumi Sudhar, Diversification of
Sanitation, Social Welfare,
Development and Panchayati Raj are implementing several schemes with the help of NGOs.
unctions of Voluntary Organization Awareness programmes,
Marketing, Education, Environment protection,
Survey and research, Agriculture and related programmes, Networking and consultancy,
Information technology, Distribution of funds, Housing and sanitation.
B-Self Help Groups
State Departments/agencies like Rural Development, Bhumi Sudhar Nigam, DASP, Women
welfare are implementing their Departmental schemes with the help of Self Help Groups. In the State, 3.86 lakh Self Help Groups have been constituted up to March, 2009 in which 1.04 lakh women self help groups formed by various departments (annex.-2). Some of the Groups formed, are being registered as
NGOs for rural development works by Bhumi Sudhar Nigam.
C-Yuvak Mangal / Mahila Mangal Dal
Yuvak Mangal / Mahila Mangal Dals are being formed in the State by the Yuva Kalyan Vibhag at
Panchayat level. About 0.40 Lakh Yuvak Mangal Dal and 0.32 Lakh Mahila Mangal Dal were formed in state up to July. 2009. Yuva Kalyan Vibhag is encouraging Mangal Dals to get them registered under Societies Registration Act 1860 for various activities related to the Sports, Forestry, Family Planning and small saving etc. So far about 0.19 lakh Yuvak Mangal and 0.11 lakh Mahila Mangal Dals have been
registered. Details are given below-
Name of Dal
Yuvak Mangal Dal
Mahila Mangal Dal
In addition to the NGOs, SHGs and Mangal Dals some International Agencies such as CARE
India, PATH and UNICEF etc., are also working in the State for implementing their schemes with the help of selected NGOs.
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