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  • Saath Charitable Trust Creating Inclusive Societies Member of Credibility Alliance Member of Give India FCRA Registered Income Tax Exemption under 80G Registration No. E-7257
  • Presentation
    • Part I
      • Programmes
      • Part II
        • Governance
        • Finance
        • Communication Systems
  • Our Mission Saath’s mission is to utilize market-based strategies to create inclusive societies by empowering India’s urban and rural poor.
  • SAATH’s PROGRAMMES Saath works with youth, women, children, disabled 80% from vulnerable families 5% minority households
  • INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT APPROACH Reach out and impact to over 3,00,000 Households and individuals in Gujarat and Rajasthan
  • Urban Poor Market - Types
  • SAATH’S COVERAGE GUJARAT Livelihood Governance Health and Education Infrastructure Microfinance Human rights Development Relief & Rehabilitation
  • SAATH’S COVERAGE RAJASTHAN Livelihood
  • Saath Programs Sector Saath Programmes Geographical Coverage Livelihood Umeed, Udaan, Urmila Vadodara, Mehsana, Patan, Bharuch, Rajkot, Banaskantha, Kheda, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Sirohi, Nagaur, Barmer, Banswara, Ahmedabad Urban Governance URCs, CBOs Ahmedabad Microfinance Saath Cooperative Society Ahmedabad Health & Education RCH, ICDS, Balghars , Child Friendly Spaces Ahmedabad Human Rights Child Rights for Change Ahmedabad Development Youth development, Rural livelihood projects, Rajkot, Surendranagar, Jamnagar, Ahmedabad Relief & Rehabilitation Post earthquake rehabilitation and relief in Kutch, Rapar, Khadir 2001 Relief & Rehabilitation post communal riots 2002, Porbandar-Samakhiali Road project Kutch, Ahmedabad, Porbandar, Rajkot Infrastructure Development Slum Networking, Slum Electrification, Affordable Housing Scheme Ahmedabad
  • Employability
    • Co- Investment
    • Partnerships
    • Self-Sustaining Model
    • Post-Placement Support
    • E-Module Pilot
    • Outreach
    • Bottom up Approach
  • Umeed/Udaan (2005)
    • Geographical Coverage: 2 States – Gujarat, Rajasthan
    • No. of centres: 57
    • Youth Enrolled: 29, 110
    • Trades: 15
    • 60:40 (M:F)
    • School/College Dropouts, unemployed/Under-employed youth, Displaced communities, Disabled, Migrants
  • Courses
    • Customer Relations & Sales (CRS)
    • IT Enabled Services (ITES)
    • Hospitality
    • Electrical
    • Communicative English
    • Business Process Outsourcing
    • Bed side Patient Attendant (BSPA)
    • Logistics
    • Automobile Mechanism
    • Home Manager
    • White Goods Services (WGS)
    • Office Administration
    • Computer Hardware
    • Desktop Publishing
    • Digital Imagery
    • Tally Account Assistant
    • Retail Management
    • Beauty Parlour and Mehendi Design
    • IT Hardware & Networking
  • Employers Multinational and Pan-Indian Companies State wide/local Bajaj allianz Subhiksha Retail US Pizza Bharti AXA Reliance Fresh Unicorn Investment Yamaha Reliance Telecom Europa Inn Mc Donalds Big Bazaar Marshal Trading Dominos Pizza Pantaloons Imperial Palace Tata AIG Life Café Coffee Day Jay Kay Motors Pizza Hut Mas Finance Rupali Studio ICICI Bank Tata Indicom Bhavani Hospital Mahindra & Mahindra Maruti Courier Medisurge Hospital Nirma India Infoline Ras Resort Kotak Mahindra Pizza Corner Gunjan Graphics TVS Motors Religare Securities Maniratnam Ornaments Bharti Airtel Holiday INN Rangoli Printers Vodafone Max Retail Iscon Mall Eureka Forbes More Retail Gallops Mall Taj Group of Hotels Metro R3 Mall Sahara Life DTDC Courier & Cargo Dev Arc Mall Baskin Robbins Navjivan Therapy Center Hindustan Lever   Shreeji Infotech ICICI Finance   Divya Bhaskar     Call Center Solutions     Voice tell Infocom     Hotel Le Meridian     Baroda IT Association     Om Marketing
  • Urmila Home Manager (2004)
    • 185 Clients
    • 200 Home Managers
    • Average income of home managers = Rs. 3000
    • Franchise System
  • Local Urban Governance
    • Co- Investment
    • Linkages
    • Self-Sustaining Model
    • Community Support
    • State and National Level Recognition
    Role of URC Facilitation Directly Urban poor Government and AMC Services/ Market Increase access
  • Urban Resource Centre (2007) 3 URCS – Juhapura, Vasna, Behrampura Out reach: 75,000 HH Inquiries Linkage Income Total 27,381 5,770 3,25,916 Government Institutes Private Sector/Corporate NGOs
    • Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation
    • Collector office
    • Urban Health Centre
    • Social Welfare Department
    • T.B. Control Society
    • Reproductive and child health society
    • Municipal schools & Municipal Board
    • Integrated Child Development Scheme department
    • Food & Supply department Public Distribution system
    • Census and Election Department
    • MIT, Poverty Action Lab
    • Centre for Environment Planning and Technology
    • ( CEPT)
    • Blind Peoples Association
    • IIM, Ahmedabad
    • Handicap international
    • Gujarat Vidhyapith
    • B.M. institute for Mental Heath
    • Cancer Hospital
    • Adani Energy Ltd.
    • Bank of Baroda
    • State Bank of India
    • Torrent power
    • SEWA Bank
    • Tata AIG
    • Home manager
    • Apang Manav Mandal
    • Aajivaka Bureau
    • Umeed
    • Topcare, House Keeping Services
    • Centre for Social justice
    • Lions Club
    • Drishti Media
    • Sakhi credit Cooperative society
    • Ekta credit Cooperative society
  • Community Based Organisations Since 1994
    • Ekta Yuvak Mandal
    • Sakhi Mahila Mandal
    • Sankalp Mitra Mandal
    • Partners in all Saath programs
  • Micro Finance (2002)
    • The Saath Savings & Credit Cooperative Society Ltd. – Merger 2010
    • Savings and Credit
    • Loans – Consumption, Asset, Productive, Education
    • Compulsory and Voluntary Savings
    • Branches: 6
    • Members: 12,370
    • Joint Liability Groups:
    • Total Cumulative savings: Rs. 2,17,41,176
    • Loan Outstanding (JLG): Rs. 2,31,52,379
    • Recovery percentage: 97.09
    • Once a loan is repaid, can move onto 2 nd , 3 rd , 4 th cycles of loans
    • Same repayment process continues until loan is repaid
    • Fill out application
    • Provide proof of address & photo ID
    • Pay membership fees, purchase 1 share (Rs 50)
    • Must deposit Rs 100/- per month
    • Must do so for the life of the A/c, must save at least 6 months before becoming an eligible loan candidate
    • Must follow monthly repayment schedule
    • Cycle continues until loan is repaid
    • Form a JLG (4-6 members)
    • Loan appraisal
    • Receive loan amount
    Becoming a member Compulsory Savings Loan Process Repayment Process Additional Loans
  • Development & Research
    • Partnerships – PPP Model
    • Need Based
    • Pilots
    • Rights based
  • Child Rights (2009)
    • 120 Villages in Viramgam and Dholka
    • Child Groups Established: 240
    • 120 Child Protection Committees, aanganwadis,VEC
    • Strengthening 240 – SHGs
    • Out reach: 30,000 HH
    • 144 children returned to regular school
  • Rural Projects (2006)
    • Surendranagar initiated in 2006 in collaboration with NIFT
    • Coverage: 20 villages;Target populations: patola, tangaliya and khadi artisans
    • Set up 155 producer groups
    • SUVAS Federation with 110 member groups , Set up Raw Material Banks
    • Rajkot
    • Water harvesting tanks built for 150 HH
    • Maliya
    • 1 Rural Resource Centre, 3 Jan Seva Krishi Kendra for farmers
    • R.O. Plant in Khakreji for 2000 families
    • Check-dam built in Khakreji benefits 25 farmers
    • Livelihood Trainings: 72, in 3 blocks reaching out to 2006 people Soap Making, Salt Workers, Patola weaving, Agriculture & Animal Husbandry, Weaving, Motor Repairing and Automobile Training
  • Aazad Youth Groups (2008)
    • Youth Development – Leadership, Citizenships, confidence building
    • 126 Youth from 6 areas – Behrampura, Shahpur, Juhapura, Dariyapur, Vasna, Odhav
    • Linked 41 youth with education, employment and microfinance … so far.
  • Internships and Volunteers
  • Community Video Unit (2006)
    • 14 Video Magazines on issues of ration, education, domestic violence, tobacco use, folklore, manual scavenging in urban areas, employment etc.
    •  
    Screenings Outreach 495 Night screenings 77,693 1716 Community Day screenings 31,747 73 Galli Galli Sim Sim screenings ( film on nutrition) 12,288
  • Relief and Rehabilitation
    • Relief and Rehabilitation of 2,204 households in 17 villages in Khadir and in Rapar town (2001)
    • Rehabilitation, reconciliation through psycho-social care, counseling, interface and common programmes in post-communal riots affected Juhapura, Ahmedabad in 2002
    • Porbandar-Samakhiali Road project (Porbandar-3 , Rajkot-8, Kutch-1) rehabilitated 336 HH (2004)
  • Research and Policy Initiatives
    • Nominee: Member of Advisory Committee to Gujarat Government on Urban Poverty, 2008
    • URCs recognised by JNNURM as models for local urban governance
    • Draft State Slum Policy
    • Studies/surveys with/for CMF, IFMR, Harvard University, CEPT, DBS, Independent researches
  • Basic Needs
    • Partnerships
    • PPP Model
    • Co-Investment
    • Ownership
    • Community Driven
  • Health & Education
    • 7 Balghars: 677 children (Since 2002)
    • Jeevandan: 2, 30, 000 (2005-2009)
    • RCH: 10, 000 households (Paldi and Vasna)
    • T.B. Dot Centres: 1000 patients
    • 3 Child Friendly Spaces: 105 child labourers (2008)
    • ICDS/ Anganwadis: 191 reached out to 6500 children per anganwadi (From 2004-2008)
  • Slum Upgradation (2001)
    • First project of it’s kind – PPP model
    • 2,419 households in Pravin-nagar Guptanagar
    • Rs. 18,00,000 collected from the slum dwellers
    • Included in Gujarat State Slum Policy Draft
  • Saath’s Slum Netwokring Project Areas
  • Slum Electrification Project (2002)
    • Resident’s contribution: Rs. 72, 80,000
    • Pilot Phase: 1000 HH – 2002
    • Larger Pilot: 4000 HH – 2003
    • Pilots demonstrated slum residents as a viable BoP market
    • SEP scaled up all across Ahmedabad 85% slums electrified today
  • Saath Recognized
    • Member of the Credibility Alliance
    • Member of Give India, World Charity Alliance
    • Selected as Accenture South Asian Network’s Charity of the Year 2010-11
    • Udaan supported by Microsoft (India) Corporation Pvt. Ltd. awarded eRajasthan Awards 2009, Digital Learning – Private Sector Initiative of the Year
    • Recipient of the Indian Social Entrepreneur 2009 by Schwab Foundation, UNDP and CII
    • Recognised and Profiled in 2009 by CII as one of the 50 NGOs in Gujarat to collaborate with
    • Awarded The Nagrikta Puraskar in 2004 by the Ahmedabad Management Association
    • Finalist for Social Entrepreneur of the Year Award – 2007 Constituted by UNDP, CII, Schwab and Khemka Foundation
    • Listed amongst 50 “Pioneers of Change” by India Today in July 2008
    • Ashoka Fellowship, September 2008
  • Donors
    • Government – GUDM, RMoL, AMC,CSPC
    • International – AIF, Save the Children, Paul Hamlyn, Cord Aid, USAID, Oxfam, Wadhwani Foundation, Care India
    • Corporate – Microsoft, HDFC
    • National NGOs – CII, Deep Foundation
  • GOVERNANCE
  • Governance Structure
  • Roles
  • FINANCE
  • Finance Programme Budgets Finance Committee Board of Trustees
  • COMMUNICATIONS
  • Know more about Saath
  • Communication Systems
    • Internal
    • Board Meetings
    • Programme Monthly meetings
    • Strategic Monthly Meetings
    • Finance Committee meetings
    • Web – based communication
    • Annual Report
    • External
    • Reporting - monthly/quarterly/annually
    • ASAN Newsletter
    • Media Articles
    • Social Networking presence
      • Facebook, Twitter, Ammado, Jaago re
    • Saath Blog
    • Direct mailers
    • Annual Report
    THANK YOU