To take up activities of social welfare. Skill up gradation, Training, education and Employment Generation, education and health etc of socially Backward, rural and poor people. Detailed activity report is given below.
The Society has been operating free health camps, learning classes and skill development centre’s in different location of India since its inception which are managed by our Head office. This office is mainly involved in the field Education, youth empowerment livelihood training and engaging in safe sexual and reproductive health practices that lead to healthy lives.
As we all knows today the NGOs Sector has a vital role in rural and national development due to the experience and knowledge of local needs, strengths, problems and resources. In addition, there is a growing interest and conviction about the direct involvement of indigenous communities in the development process throughout the country. The NGO Sector in India, has emerged as an effective third sector after the Government and the private sector. This is mainly because of the results of various initiatives taken by the NGOs Sector in India for the welfare of the communities. During the reporting period, DART has implemented various programmes after assessing the needs of our target communities in various area in India with the kind support of the donors and Community. DART is facilitating livelihood training Non formal Education Health facilities to under privileged community of many states in India .
Development Advocacy & Research Trust is honored to be among top Leading Partner of PMKVY Under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (Govt. of India Enterprises) & various Skill Sector Councils as an authorized training partner under various trades in offering a Skilled\job oriented Training and Certification program Skill and knowledge are the two driving forces of economic growth and social development for any country. Countries with higher level of skills fare better to cope with the challenges of emerging economies in the present day world. In any country, youth is primarily the focus for any program for skill development. Our country is better placed in this regard. We have a vast majority of population in the productive age group. This provides a great opportunity to India. It also poses a great challenge. Benefits will flow to our economy only if our population, particularly the youth, is healthy, educated and properly skilled. India with its an unrivaled youth demographic, is definitely poised for a big boost in terms of socio-economic development.
We have 605 million people below the age of 25. They can act as agents of change, by being empowered with various employable skills which will enable them to make impact not only on their lives but also on the lives of other individuals. PMKVY 2.0 Approved for another four years (2016-2020) to benefit 10 million youth Pradhan Mantri Kaushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY) is the flagship scheme of the Ministry of Skill Development &
Entrepreneurship (MSDE). The objective of this Skill Certification Scheme is to enable a large number of Indian youth to take up industry-relevant skill training that will help them in securing a better livelihood.
In this project we established 3 PMKVY centres for which 32 batches were conducted & 950 students were trained in retail & telecom sector.
DART facilitated vocational training program Meri Pehchan in Udhamsingh Nagar Uttrakhand & Alwar Rajasthan. To provide livelihood training to under privileged community of Alwar & Udhamsingh nagar and catchment area. The women are one of the most disempowered and deprived groups in Indian society In this area women are living in a very depressed condition and seen as someone to look after the home and bear children.. The women and girls of the area are mostly involved in household chores, does not have any say in the family affairs. Excluded from receiving higher education and entirely dependent on their male counterparts, they have to bear the brunt of most of the evils like dowry, domestic violence etc. Being a patriarchal society, women and girls are not allowed to step out of their houses which lead to lower educational status, low confidence to face the world. In view of the financial constraints that a family faces, this skill-building program strives to empower the women, and community at large. It was observed, if some kind of skill is imparted to the women, it would give them more avenues to earn their living. The program will also help them to raise their voice against the ill treatment accorded to them within the family or outside. Hence, vocational training program will enable the rural women and girls to learn and enhance their skills, enhancing their confidence level by making themselves reliant.
The activities have been mentioned below
Fashion is a style. The course deals with the whole gamut (range) of clothing and apparel designing with latest trends in male, female and children’s wears in which they feel more comfortable and look more impressive.
This is six month course. This is a certificate course, in this course we trained around 120 students in beauty
culture & personal grooming.
After completion of the course the trainee are capable of running her own parlour, can become a beauty instructor or can work as a beauty professional in any other parlours.
This project is supported by Local donors of Delhi, to provide education to non-school going children of 5-14 years of age from socio-economically deprived section of the society. The first Udaan centre was organized started from July, 2014 in Kondli, Kalyanpuri and Trilok puri About 55% of students are now enrolled with various Govt. schools. Following activities were conducted :
• Free educational materials (books, copies, pens, pencils, etc.), dress, lodging and health facilities were provided to the students.
• Regular performance evaluation of the students was done through weekly and quarterly examinations of the students. The performance of the students was appreciated by the various stake holders.