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SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
SRIJAN INDIA : A journey
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SRIJAN INDIA : A journey

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  • 1. 3/16/2012 SRIJAN SRIJAN INTRODUCTION1
  • 2. VISION 3/16/2012 A rural society where there is dignity for all SRIJAN and citizens are empowered to fight for their rights and entitlements . 2
  • 3. MISSION 3/16/2012To reduce poverty of 100,000 rural poor families by 2020, SRIJANthrough empowering them through a process driven member centric approach;enhancing their annual income by Rs.25,000; andby building replicable and scalable women led community institutions. 3
  • 4. SRIJAN’S CORE VALUE 3/16/2012 Honesty Transparency SRIJAN Equality Equity Perseverance Leadership 4
  • 5. • April, 1997: Initiated First • Focus on women led by few PRADAN Generation institutions working on sustainable livelihood colleagues models• Nov 2000: First • Focused on NRM: started • Build technical skills in project in Sagar with Watershed Development Watershed , agriculture, District in MP funded dairy, livestock, community • Developed own framework through DPIP of community institution institutions, horticulture formation • Started intervention on livelihood Second Genesis Generation
  • 6. 3/16/2012 To develop scalable market led livelihood models. To create self sustaining women led institutions. SRIJAN To create pool of skillful professionals in rural development sector. To create two-tier leadership through local resource persons 6
  • 7. SRIJAN Field and HR Locations Head Office 3/16/2012 SRIJAN 7 Grassroots Action Projects
  • 8. LIVELIHOOD ACTIVITIES PROMOTED BYSRIJAN 3/16/2012  Agriculture based  Soybean  Ragi SRIJAN  Rice  Maize  Livestock based  Dairy  Small scale goat farming 8
  • 9. LIVELIHOOD ACTIVITIES PROMOTED BYSRIJAN 3/16/2012  Watershed  Community tank management & SRIJAN revival  PIM  Community structures  Individual structures  Promotion of water saving devices in agriculture  Horticulture based  Organic horticulture  Nano-orchards 9
  • 10. SRIJAN’S APPROACH OF WORKING ON ‘WOMEN LEDINSTITUTIONS’ 3/16/2012 SRIJAN 10
  • 11. FEW COMMUNITY INSTITUTIONS FACILITATEDBY SRIJAN 3/16/20121. Maitree Mahila Mandal2. Maitree Mahila Dairy SRIJAN3. Mahabodhi Mahila Sangh4. Samriddhi Mahila Sangh5. Samriddhi Mahila Crop Producer Company6. Sagare Shree Mahila Mandal7. Sagar Shree Mahila Producer Company8. Jeevika, Jatara 11
  • 12. ROLE OF PROFESSIONALS IN SRIJAN 3/16/2012 Strategic planning Social entrepreneurship SRIJAN Community mobilization Field implementation Internal project monitoring & evaluation Budgeting and proposal writing Financial management Interaction with funding partners Team management 12
  • 13. 3/16/2012 SRIJAN Queries ???delhi@srijanindia.org 13
  • 14. 3/16/2012 SRIJAN 14

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