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Unnati Sansthan is a child focused Non-government Organization (NGO) founded in 2000 by a group of social worker from Rajasthan with its mandate of protecting the rights of the children and creating an environment of social and economic empowerment of rural communities living in India with a primary focus on children, women and marginalized groups of society. Unnati Sansthan is registered as NGO under “Rajasthan Societies Registration Act 1958” September 2000 and Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) under registered on 22.08.2013 and eligible for foreign donations/aids. In recent years, Unnati Sansthan has developed a credible reputation through its work in the area of child protection through “Khilta Bachpan Program” with a generous support from the UNICEF. This program is being implemented since in 68 Gram Panchayats of 3 Blocks of the of Udaipur district (Rajasthan). In addition to this, Unnati Sansthan has also received grants from  HLFPPT to promote early detection of pregnancy in an easy and accessible manner amongst the vast majority of women through the capacity building of ASHSs and ANMs, GIVE India Foundation and Core Tech Systems Gurgaon for the Pre-school children program and Balwadi Program respectively.

Vision Statement
“Our vision is a self-reliant and child focused organization to enable an environment of overall development of communities with respect, justice, equality and sustainability”

Mission Statement
Our mission is to “aware, educate and empower poor and marginalized communities by bringing sense of mutual respect, justice, equality and sustainability in their community development missions and programs for the alleviation of poverty among the masses. Our mandate is organize communities, local level institutions to identify the local level issues and raise voices of the children and other marginalized groups of the communities at the appropriate forums and bring solutions for the advancement of the children, poor and marginalized communities”.

 

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