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Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
Azeem Rehman, Bhoruka Charitable Trust
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  • 1. Bhoruka Charitable Trust (BCT) Adding colors to development since 1962 www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 2. 1 Contents i. About Organization a. b. c. d. e. BCT’s Founder and Mission Background Geographical outreach Working sectors Transition of BCT ii. Key projects under main domains: (Health | Education | Water & Sanitation | SHG & Livelihoods | Promotion of Visual Arts) iii. Questions/ discussions www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 3. 2 i. About Organization (a. BCT’s Founder and Mission) Late Shri. Prabhu Dayal Agarwal (1920 – 1982) (A Visionary, Entrepreneur & Philanthropist) Founder Chairman of TCI – Bhoruka Group of Companies MISSION “Bhoruka Charitable Trust is dedicated to socio-economic transformation of rural & remote areas of India, especially the weaker and socially underprivileged groups, through physical, social, cultural and economic development of rural people, group and institutions.” www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 4. 3 i. About Organization (b. Background)  Early 60s  PD Ji donated for refurbishment of Village Well and several other initiatives and thought to formalize the pace of development  Formation of BCT on May 23, 1962  During 70s  PD Ji & family visited Bhorugram and committed towards holistic development of Bhorugram  Since early 80s  BCT is deeply committed towards holistic rural development in targeted geographical areas. www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 5. 4 i. About Organization (c. Geographical outreach) A. RAJASTHAN KARNATAKA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Churu Hanumangarh Sri Ganganagar Dungarpur Nagaur Barmer Jalore Chittorgarh Bhilwara Banswara Udaipur Rajsamand Jhunjhunu Sawaimadhopur Kaurauli Sikar Dausa Jaipur Kota Baran Ajmer Jaisalmer www.bctngo.org Bangalore Urban Dharwad Davangere Haveri Bellary Chikkaballapur ANDHRA PRADESH 1. 2. Hyderabad (Autonagar) East Godavari (Ravulapalem) TAMIL NADU 1. Hosur (Shoolagiri) Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 6. 5 i. About Organization (d. Working sectors)  BCT has grown from a charity based organization to a developmental institution, working around the following core areas. Organizational turnover for last six years www.bctngo.org Percentage fund allocation for the FY 2012-13 Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 7. 6 ii. Key projects (a. North India) Water & Sanitation (key achievements)  Aapni Yojna, an Integrated Water Supply, Sanitation and Health Education Program funded by GoR and KfW in Churu, Jhunjhunu & Hanumangarh Districts (1994 - 2006) helped in:  Formation of Water & Health Committees (361 villages)  Functional water supply in 344 villages  Construction of 22,334 sanitation units including 95 school sanitation packages  Formation of 222 women’s Self Help Groups (120 having bank linkages) in 318 villages  Community Participation Unit (CPU) incurred an expenditure of INR 1972 lakhs (816 lakhs spent on construction of sanitation units alone), community participation was 2.9% of the total project cost  1228 KM of voluntary trench digging by villagers. www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 8. 7 ii. Key projects (a. North India) Water & Sanitation (key achievements)  Based on the concept of Affordable Cost Sharing, construction of more than 45,000 Low Cost Latrines (still ongoing).  Construction of 3,000+ Roof Top Rain Water Harvesting (RWH) structures.  Refurbishment of 300 Community Water Structures. www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 9. 8 ii. Key projects (a. North India) Water & Sanitation (key achievements)  Rajasthan Minor Irrigation Project (RAJAMIIP): Aims at building capacities of 70 Water User Associations (WUAs) across 8 districts (Jaipur, Sawai Madhopur, Dausa, Karauli, Sikar, Jhunjhunu, Alwar and Ajmer).  Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM): Water security plans of 63 GPs of Jalore approved and submitted for another 32 GPs of Ladnun to the respective department.  Promotion of Roof Top RWH: Exploring new possibilities with PHED, GoR and PepsiCorps. www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 10. 9 ii. Key projects (a. North India) Water & Sanitation (ongoing)  Open Defecation Free Churu: In support with WSP (the World Bank), helping out the district administration of Churu to build capacities of government officials on making entire district Open Defecation Free.  Recent construction of Low Cost Toilets under Total Sanitation Campaign:  Kotari (Bhilwara): 500+ units made in support with HZL & NBA,  Chittorgarh & Ghangrar: 200 units made, supported by HZL, NBA & MGNREGA,  Salumber (Udaipur): 52 children friendly toilets made at Anganwadi Centres, supported by Nirmal Bharat Abhiyaan. www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 11. 10 ii. Key projects (a. North India) Water & Sanitation (ongoing)  IEC initiatives with LnT for PHED (Aapni Yojana phase - III): Water supply from Public Stand Posts (PSP) maintained by PHED in urban & rural area is free of cost. However, in Aapni Yojana, which has been declared as “Special Project” for water tariff purposes, cost recovery is being done for water being supplied through PSPs.  The main objective of IEC (Information, Education & Communication) activities is to initiate and support Village Level Committees (VWHSC) that looks after the operation & maintenance of water supply inside the village. This ensures project’s sustainability, revenue collection and benefits’ maximization. Recently awarded projects are:  188 Villages of Bungi – Rajgarh,  97 Villages of Didwana – Ladnu,  256 Villages of Ratangarh – Sujangarh,  111 Villages of Pali District, and  258 Villages of Jhunjhunun District. www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962
  • 12. 11 iii. Questions/ discussions ….. Thank You www.bctngo.org Adding colors to development since 1962

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