Introduction SPECTRA is a voluntary, non-profit and non-government organization, registered under Rajasthan society's act 1958. SPECTRA has been working since 1996-97 in the rural and interior pockets of Rajasthan to fulfil the educational and other social needs and requirements of deprived rural population. Programme covered by SPECTRA include: agricultural improvement, wasteland development, education, rural industries for income generation, development of alternative energy sources and women development and awareness generation. The core strategy of SPECTRA to develop an optimal mechanism for rural Society especially deprived sections, with commitment for sustainable livelihood ... read more Introduction SPECTRA is a voluntary, non-profit and non-government organization, registered under Rajasthan society's act 1958. SPECTRA has been working since 1996-97 in the rural and interior pockets of Rajasthan to fulfil the educational and other social needs and requirements of deprived rural population. Programme covered by SPECTRA include: agricultural improvement, wasteland development, education, rural industries for income generation, development of alternative energy sources and women development and awareness generation. The core strategy of SPECTRA to develop an optimal mechanism for rural Society especially deprived sections, with commitment for sustainable livelihood & improved quality of life which is achieved through different developmental programs & effective application of local resources in association with community. SPECTRA realised that agriculture is a demanding area to work rural population; therefore we started the intervention on focusing land development activities. Land development activity is an integral part of our agriculture and horticultural programme. It is the thrust area of the organisation to develop and revive water harvesting practices and creating new rain water harvesting structures. Thus, SPECTRA organize targeted families into small functional groups and make plans to help them to make better use of their land resources. The broader vision and mission of our organisation reveals around the work with excluded and deprived communities with commitment for sustainable livelihood and improved quality of life. Vision: We at SPECTRA ORGANISATION envision a society where women have the guaranteed opportunities of development that enables them exercise their right to education, health, livelihood and social security. Mission: SPECTRA ORGANISATION is dedicated for uplifting the status of women especially those from the marginalized section of the society through various development initiatives. Objectives To encourage mainstreaming of child recreation centres with mainstream education. To encourage implementation and use of new tools and techniques by teachers for improvement in quality of elementary education. To integrate the programmes and services moving from welfare towards development in long term sustainability for tribal and rural communities. To prevent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection and its related illness and death. To improve health-related quality of life and well-being for all individuals To improve pregnancy planning and spacing, and prevent unintended pregnancy. To create social and physical environments that promote good health for all To improve the healthy development, health, safety, and well-being of adolescents and young adults. To work for the cause and care of deprived rural societies and improve their quality of life. To ensure the community`s active involvement and support in rural development programme for its sustainability To build the capacity of Government and NGOs in rural development programmes especially NRM and SHG programmes. Our major objectives involve: To improve the socioeconomic condition of the small and marginalized section of the community particularly tribal and women through various integrated rural development initiatives and innovations. To develop and implement poverty focus participatory approach in watershed development and water resource development program, which is sustainable and can be replicable to other areas of Rajasthan To establish village base institutions such as society, saving and thrift credit group, SHGs etc for strengthening the process of participatory development in field of agriculture, health etc. To setup knowledge centre for the rural peoples in the areas of watershed development and other aspects of NRM base livelihoods. To promote organic production and their marketing in the area of agriculture. To built up the capacity of community for self-reliant so that they can be able to identify their problems and self develop the solution through team spirit. Reducing the number of people who become infected with HIV. Promote respiratory health through better prevention, detection, treatment, and education efforts. Reduce illness, disability, and death related to tobacco use and second hand smoke exposure. Increasing access to care and improving health outcomes for people living with HIV. Reducing HIV-related health disparities. Area of Intervention: - Presently, SPECTRA organization has been working in Sikar, Dausa, Jalore , Jodhpur and Alwar district namely Kishangarh bass, Tijara, Ramgarh and Rajgarh as well as 95 villages of Nuh Mewat of Haryana and three blocks of Jodhopur namely Osian, Balesar and Bhopalgarh in Rajasthan. We have working in 300 villages in very remote area of blocks. These are the most backward blocks in the district on Female literacy indicators. Agriculture and animal husbandry are the main occupations for livelihood, as it happens to be a totally non-urbanized and non-industrialized area. It has a high proportion scheduled castes, Tribal and Minority (Meo Muslims), the most backward communities in the caste hierarchy. High proportion of disadvantaged communities in the total population and low indicators of development (Sex ratio and literacy rates), all indicate that this is a backward poor rural area. Major Funding and Supporting Agencies: 1. Community 2. Indian institute of Rural Management 3. World vision India 4. Ministry of labour New Delhi 5. Ministry of Environment and Forest 6. TSC- Central & State Govt. of Rajasthan 7. State Water Resource and Planning Department, Rajasthan 8. NABARD Jaipur 9. Letz Dream Foundation 10. IIMPACT, Gurgaon 11. European Union & State Partnership Programme 12. JICA ( Japan International Corporation Agency) 13. Ministry of Youth & Affairs 14. Ministry of Women & Child Development 15. Ministry of Social Justice 16. NRHM (National Rural Health Mission) 17. Ministry of Health & Welfare 18. CRY ( Child Rights & You) 19. Sewa Mandir Udaipur 20. CUTS, Jaipur 21. Smile Foundation, New Delhi 22. DIC, Alwar 23. AECOM PVT, LTD, India 24. NCRI, Hyderabad 25. Restless Development 26. The Hunger Project 27. Saint Gobin Industries, Legal Status: SPECTRA is a registered Non Government Organization. It has been registered under the Rajasthan society's registration act 1958 in the year 1996 and the registration number is 101/96-97. SPECTRA is also registered under FCRA Act, 1976 and the registration number is 125420041. ESI Registration no. - ESIC 54321 PF. Registration no.- RJ/RAJ/0029361 comp II 1561 PAN No.- AABAS5721J SPECTRA also registered Under 12 AA Registration no 761 and 80 G - Registration no. 3115 of Income Tex Department. Pradeep Singh Pundhir Executive Director, Mob. - 09414857385, 9783282273 Email: email@example.com Website: www.spectraalwar.org Details about Governing Body Members of the Organization Name Post Expertise Total Years of Experience in Related Field Surendra Singh President Retired Principal and Educationist, Activist and Taking lead in social initiatives in the rural areas ----- optimistic 53 years Govind singh- Co- Secretary A young development professional with a dream to help people get a greater control on their futures. 17 years Kusum Lata Chauhan Treasurer Working as an advocate- with an urge to be helpful to anyone seeking help. 10 years Ramkaran Gurjar- Secretary A social activist who realized the meaning of being unemployed straddled the farm and nonfarm sector to make ends meet. 14 years Ramesh Meena Vice President Calculative yet sincere, with a dream to give rural children the best education on offer. 15 years Kamlesh Khatri Member A rare talent; teacher but also social activist. 12 Years Rajkumar Member MSW graduates who worked in this area for rural people 12 years
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