List of accredited and blacklisted VOs will be shown on the website of the NGO Cell, concerned departments and on the district website.
Before finalizing the State Policy for VOs, a one day workshop will be organized in the month of February, 2010.
Major features of the proposed State Policy for Voluntary Sector are as under: -
Sensitizing Government officials about the catalytic role of voluntary organizations in the process of development planning.
Review of policies and simplification of procedures/guidelines for involvement of voluntary organization.
Strengthening the Data-Base of voluntary organizations on the basis of this territorial functioning, sources of funding, work expertise and potential.
Encouraging voluntary organization to serve in un-served remote areas.
Evolving transparent and common system for the selection and funding of the Voluntary Organization for different Departments / Organizations.
Evolving Code of Conduct for the voluntary organizations in which accounts and physical progress will be made available to concerned Gram Sabha. This will also help in bringing about transparency in the functioning of the voluntary sector.
Felicitation to good VOs as well as black listing of bad VOs. Wide publicity of such information by using the web site of the Planning Department and other media sources.
For monitoring and evaluation of schemes / programmes being implemented by the NGO, it is proposed to form a “District Monitoring/Evaluation Committee” under the Chairmanship of District Magistrate. It is also proposed to link physical progress with the payments procedure in a judicious way.
Government – voluntary organization interface through periodic interaction with the help of the NGO Cell, to remove grievances and improve functioning.
Documentation and dissemination of success stories for replication of best practices used by voluntary organizations through wide publicity using the Planning Department's website and other media means.
Studying the level of coordination between government and NGOs in various States for experience sharing and adoption of good practices.
VOs work invited to provide information under certain norms with prescribed format through print
media and the response was positive. About 425 VOs was enlisted under the norms. The VOs funded by
CAPART and NABARD were also enlisted separately by NGO cell.
Development of Uttar Pradesh is major challenge in terms of population, regional diversity, lavel
of social awareness. There is ample scope for VOs to activate under various sectors of state economy. The State government, Panchayatiraj Institutions, Voluntary organizations are jointly to work for socio
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