Aim for the awareness of society-ppt-22-10-2010Presentation Transcript
Date-04-03-2011 to 05-03-2011 Venue- Hotel Surya ,Indore A im for the A wareness of S ociety AAs – Address- I/43, LIG Colony RSS Nagar Indore, [email_address] , Phone-09827300186ty
“ AAS ” is an initiative of seven like-minded youths gathered for a same vision of spreading awareness towards diverse social problems. In the year 2003 these development professionals have formed a youth group and started little social activities for spreading awareness on variety of social issues i.e. HIV/AIDS, STI, Drug de-addiction and Blood donation, Water and sanitation etc
Volunteers from various educational institutions i.e. IIM, IMS, IMI,etc.
Aims and Objectives
Training and capacity building programmes on development issues.
Voluntary Blood Donation
HIV/AIDS Awareness Programmes
Indore 10 Urban slums
Maheshwar block (Khargaun)
AAs having a group of more than 400 deliberate blood donors who stand for disadvantaged people in urgent situations or causalities. Near about 200 individuals have benefited through the active participation of “People Positive Blood donor Group”. Presently organization is making to assemble National level online database of blood donors named www.aasindia.net for quick accessing to blood donors.
Training and capacity building
HIV/AIDS, STI Awareness Programme
Training On project design, PRA, Logical Frame Work Analysis, M&E and etc.
Training On Water and Sanitation Issues
Training On Issues of Mental Health.
Awareness Generation programmes
Organization has organized various campaigns against Tuberculosis, addiction, illiteracy, superstition and child labor through street plays, mimes, exhibitions and rallies to impart awareness among community
Study on Informal water market in Indore “Assigned by “I-S-E-T”.
Blood donation “By own resources”.
Vocational trainings i.e. juwellory making.
Children recreation programme “By own resources”.
Advocacy for water and sanitation issues. (FANSA)
Demonstration centre (Maheshwar)
Social initiatives through IT
Pilot project on de-addiction –key focus is children