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  • 1. Lead Partner – HARD DetailsName of the NGO: Human Action for Rural Development (HARD)Established: 11 August 1985 (27 Years)Address for communication: 1-1-199/A/1, Chikkadpally, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh Ph: +91-40-27635264 Cell: +91-9949971971 E-mail: hardforhealth@sify.com
  • 2. Lead Partner – HARD Details Vision: Empower disadvantaged groups in the society to ensure rights among children, women, aged and other needy by social capital building Mission: HARD is working towards empowering the disadvantaged people to realize their rights to health, education, livelihood, safe environment and facilitate to protect themselves from exploitation, abuse, trafficking and gender discrimination through holistic integrated development approaches
  • 3. Lead Partner – HARD DetailsAreas of operation: Hyderabad, Medak and KhammamTarget Population: 10 Wards, 125 Villages and 90 Tribal Hamlets. Approx 300,000 populationStaff: 29 full time staff members and 120 volunteers
  • 4. Lead Partner – HARD DetailsCurrent Projects Rajeev Vidya Mission – Government of Andhra Pradesh Livelihood Programs for Older persons - Help Age India &Help The Aged, London Child Trafficking and HIV/AIDS Prevention Project in Andhra Pradesh – Plan India Dommara Community Project – 64 settlements - 5 districts of Andhra Pradesh - Education Sponsorship Programs – Anand Charity US
  • 5. Lead Partner – HARD DetailsCurrent Projects 65 SHGs (with 25 by SCAs) - 50,00,000 INR - 97% recovery rate. HARD develops linkage between the SHGs and the local banks Promoting Networks of CLHIVs , PLHIVs and Families affected by HIV/AIDS Promoting Livelihood Programs
  • 6. Lead Partner – HARD DetailsCurrent Projects - Hyderabad Implementing HIV/AIDS projects in Hyderabad – APSACS / NACO Implementing development projects for CSR units of various companies like Oracle, Toshiba and Capital IQ – Providing School Infrastructure Development Water Hyderabad
  • 7. Lead Partner – HARD DetailsExperience & Expertise In past 26 years HARD had implemented more 40 INGO projects that includes  Plan International, Help The Aged – London, KFO – Austria, Misereor – Germany, Mennonite Central Committee – USA/Canada, Save the Children Fund of British Columbia – Canada , Swedish Dutch and Canadian High Commissions of India etc., besides CAPART, Ministry of Women Development and Child Welfare and other resource organizations. HARD annual budgets are generally ranging between 4 to 6 Million INR per annum The SHG models promoted by HARD are model concepts and are used by prestigious government institutes like NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF MICRO SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES and others as success stories. The same institutes organize exposure visits to the SHGs for trainee IAS officer, International Delegates and other Development Workers from government and non government sectors
  • 8. Domestic Child LabourTeam Lead – Krishna MohanEducation : BSW , MSWWith HARD since : 7 Years CTHAPTAP project Samisthi SAGP Participated in post disaster projects during Tsunami relief work.
  • 9. The Start ! Work with Child Labour projects Started an youth lead organization called Students for Child Rights (SCR) to eradicate domestic child labour Through SCR, we did rescue operations to help the children at risk The organization got good response, with wide publicity and open support by a national media (ndtv) and a local channel (Tv9), many youth volunteers started to join the campaign. In less than a year, we had more than 2000 volunteers joining the campaign As the required amendment was made .i.e. including domestic child labour into the 1986 child labour prohibition and regulation act, the campaign slowly has become dormant The campaign was culminated in 2007 by organizing a National Conference on Domestic Child Labour. The conference was organized with support of Oxfam India, Hyderabad office. Around 200 students from 40 reputed institutions had attended the conference. The conference emphasized the utilization of the amendments and the key stake holders responsible for its successful implementation.
  • 10. FacilitationAfter gaining confidence through manysuccessful campaigns I did, I started involvingwith smaller groups of young people andfacilitated them to work on key issues . I wasclosely associated with 6 youth organizations /NGOs.One of the youth organizations, I wasassociated was Vridhi Foundation, a group ofyoung people motivated to work for theenvironment development but were confusedon the specific issues to take up. Here I wasinstrumental in helping the group choose towork on Water Harvesting.
  • 11. Water Hyderabad Water Hyderabad is a initiative by a group of youth organizations to promote water harvesting in the city of Hyderabad.
  • 12. Participation at Global Level Besides my active participation at local level, I actively involved with several youth movements and organizations globally I am one of the founding member and lone participant from India to attend the founding congress of Global Young Greens. The global young greens is a green network having members working on key issues of grassroot democracy OIYP – Mentor and Motivator – Organized courses on Organizing campaigns, People Participation Core Committee member Asia Europe Youth Network for Sustainable Development – instrumental in defining MDGs and Young People UNEP - Marrakech Process – 10 YFP 2010 – 2020 on Sustainable Lifestyles NAEYV – Korea. Sweden & Network. Taiwan – Centennial Celebrations – Youth and NGO movements Senegal Training on Women Cooperatives Upcoming – Training in SriLanka
  • 13. GlocalOIYP – IndiaWater HyderabadYEP Project