Marathwada Gramin Vikas Sanstha (MGVS)

location: AurangabadMaharashtra

Donation Option Amount INR Actions
Sponsor a low cost toilet for an extremely poor family living in a village
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
14500
Gift
Yearly support for an orphaned vulnerable HIV positive child undergoing ART treatment
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
3400
Gift
Support a safe delivery for a poor woman from a remote village
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
2700
Gift
Feed two HIV infected orphan children at our shelter home
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
650
Gift
General Fund
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
250
Gift
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Mission/Vision
To strengthen the grass root initiatives for socio up liftment of economically downtrodden, rural women and youth by promoting community based development programmes in the field of health, environment, water and sanitation, education and women’s emp
 
Background
The founder head of the organisation Mr Appasaheb Ugale hails from a small village in Vaijapur Taluk of Aurangabad Dist. After finishing his diploma in Mechanical Engineering, he joined a NGO in Aurangabad and was working for school dropout youth. He came to realise that it would serve best of he started working for the downtrodden people in the villages in and around his hometown. He shared his vision with few interested people who went on to become the first the board members of this organisation.
 
Mr.Mansukh M.Zambad hails from a small village in Vaijapur Taluka of Aurangabad district. He has his own farm and is a local industrialist. While working with locals he was moved to think about the backward villages of Vaijapur Taluka. He believes that by struggling with the poor and motivating them to take their initiative will bring in true development.
 
Facts
Full time staff :47
Part time staff:0
Consultants:1
Contract staff :69
Volunteers: 1329
Total Receipts for 2015-2016 is INR 20681514
Total Payments for 2015-2016 is INR 17917881
 
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
No. of sex workers who underwent different tests in ART center: 11744
No. of villages covered under Community Based Monitoring of Health Services : 25
No. of village community and women treated in health center: 4925
No. of toilets constructed in 13 village : 645
No. of women who underwent delivery in community health centre: 96
No. of beggars admitted in night care shelter home: 181
No. of drought villages covered under toilet construction and water conservation project : 13
No. of HIV positive children provided medical care and support : 180
 
Rewards & Recognition
In 2016, MGVS was awarded the Improve International by the World water leadership congress & awards For exceptional work in water conservation programs
RECEIPTS (INR)
 2015-20162014-20152013-2014
Self generated ( fees/ subscriptions/ interest/ community contributions/ proceeds from sale of goods or services produced by the organisation etc.)1,043,747388,975100,023
Donation from Indian individuals through GiveIndia4,398,6512,688,473896,476
Other donations from Indian individuals153,0781,160,7121,793,236
Donations from foreign individuals through GiveIndia88,88039,86238,075
Other donations from foreign individuals56,92300
Grants from Indian sources ( trusts/ govt/ companies/ foundations)14,940,23510,932,9998,891,925
Grants from International sources ( under FCRA)000
Sale of assets000
Miscellaneous000
Total Receipts20,681,51415,211,02111,719,735
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PAYMENTS (INR)
 2015-20162014-20152013-2014
PAYMENTS (Capital)
Capital items purchased for the organisation, excluding investment ( Fixed Deposits etc.)00415,980
Capital items purchased for beneficiaries7,50031,7400
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PAYMENTS (Revenue)
Programme related2015-20162014-20152013-2014
Salaries and benefits4,975,3924,635,5553,378,269
Staff training82,233254,288124,066
Staff travel490,880513,4461,354,326
Consultant's fees114,0006,40052,950
Office support expenses ( rent/ telephone/ electricty etc.)474,333424,249132,155
Materials procurred ( consummables as seed/ food/ books/ provisions etc.)11,423,9756,699,822235,625
Grants/ donations given to other organisations as part of programme000
Depreciation ( to be taken from Income and Expenditure account)80,075100,823135,312
Others022,8003,443,184
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Non-programme related2015-20162014-20152013-2014
Salaries and benefits75,6000264,664
Staff training3,71032,445100,083
Staff travel1,06012,71087,129
Office support expenses ( rent/ repairs/ telephone/ electricity etc.)66,05074,678220,013
Communication ( correspondence/ Annual Reports/ brochures/ appeals/ website etc.)46,6387,84716,788
Consultants' fees ( audit/ legal/ programme )76,43537,33525,000
Depreciation ( to be taken from Income and Expenditure account)000
Other non-programme expenses000
Total Payments17,917,88112,854,1389,985,544
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 Registration Details
Sr. Type of Registration
1 Trust [No.F.3290 (Aurangabad)]
2 Society [No.MHA – 29 / 95]
3 PAN Number:AABTM2715M
4 12-A [No.ABD/CIT/TECH/12A (A) 2009-2010]
5 80G [No.ABD/CIT/TECH/80G/MGVS/46/52/2009-2010]
6 FCRA [No.083750093]
7 35AC [No.]
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 Auditors
 Sunil Salunke and Associates, Charted Accountants
 5-6-3, Laxmisankul, Near Eaknat Rang Mandir, Osmanpura Aurangabad
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 Staff Remuneration (INR)
Gross salary plus benefits paid to staff (in INR) p.m. Male Female Total
 less than 5,000134962
 5,000 – 10,00012921
 10,000 – 25,0002911
 25,000 – 50,000000
 50,000 – 1,00,000000
 Greater than 1,00,000000
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Total annual payments consultants (in INR)Number of consultants
 less than 5,0000
 5,000 – 10,0001
 10,000 – 25,0000
 25,000 – 50,0000
 50,000 – 1,00,0000
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 Staff Remuneration (p.a.)
1 Highest Paid: INR 258000
2 Lowest Paid: INR 30000
3 Head of the Organisation: INR 40000
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 Board Expenses
Sr. Detail Amount(INR)
1 International travel0
2 Domestic travel0
3 Local conveyance0
4 Entertainment expenses0
5 Other0
  Total 0
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Board Members
SI.Name (Age)Gender, Position, Gross Remuneration, Relation to other members
1 Appasaheb J. Ugale
(44)
 Male, Secretary , INR 40,000.00,
2 Shivaji B. Aware
(49)
 Male, Joint Secretary, INR 0.00,
3 Sunita G. Shejul
(43)
 Female, Treasurer , INR 0.00,
4 Babusaheb K. Gunjal
(54)
 Male, Trustee , INR 0.00,
5 Popatrao D. Patil
(65)
 Male, Vice President, INR 0.00,
6 Mansuk M. Zambad
(66)
 Male, President , INR 40,000.00,
7 Alka Kishor Patil
(42)
 Female, Trustee , INR 0.00,
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Board Members Background
SI.NameBackground
1 Appasaheb J. Ugale Working as project Director since 2001, he has experience in running projects in health, education, and women employment sector.Heh as good rapport with local NGO, CBO, Govtofficials and state, district and local stakeholders.
2 Shivaji B. Aware Mr Shivaji is employed. He participates in quarterly MGVS meetings
3 Sunita G. Shejul Has completed Grade 12 and is a housewife. She attends quarterly MGVS meetings
4 Babusaheb K. Gunjal B Com and Post Graduate from UK. He works as a consultant for MGVS. He has 15 years of experience in health, education, and women employment.
5 Popatrao D. Patil A graduate and working with MGVS since 1999
6 Mansuk M. Zambad A graduate in Arts and working with MGVS since 1999, also he as good rapport with local NGO, CBO, Govt officials and state, district and local stakeholders
7 Alka Kishor Patil Has completed Grade 12 and is a housewife. She attends quarterly MGVS meetings
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Board Resolution
SubjectsBoard Meeting/Annual General Body Meeting DateNo. of members presentStrength of the board at the time of this meeting
Budget for the year 2016-201725/07/201677
Programmes/ Projects for the year 2016-201725/07/201677
Annual Report for the year 2015-201625/07/201677
Financial Audit Report for the year 2015-201625/07/201677
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External Reviews
1Department of AIDS Control, New Delhi, NACO New Delhi
2Watershed Organisation Trust (WOTR) Ahmadnagar, Maharashtra
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Staff International Travel
No member of this organisation has undergone foreign travel in recent years.
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 Story Title: Pediatric AIDS Initiatives
Irregular follow up of ART, Financially not capable to travel at District place for ART, Unaware about health care facilities, unaware about hygienic practices, parents are not having attention on the children nutrition, health status/other infections, etc. Sensitize on HIV/AIDS-address stigma and discrimination, Motivate for voluntary testing, support in testing process, identify and mobilize CLHAs. Through Home visits educate communities on HIV/AIDS, OIs, Positive living and others, counseling for communities, families and individuals, ensure treatment adherence, linkages to different services, monitoring of CLHA health status like OIs, side effects of ART and others, delivering and monitoring nutrition supplementation, providing nutrition that is high n protein, low in cost and locally available, distribution mechanism-ensure easy access to CLHAs and ensure proper documentation (Maintenance of register, etc.) , funds should be spent on travel support for each child, facilitate monthly visits to the ART centre for children on ART, facilitate monthly/quarterly visits for children not on ART After the intervention the parents are paying their attention on children health, regular visit to ART centre, linkages with Mata Bal-Sangopan Yojana & Sanjay Gandhi Niradhar Yojana are the most important thing because they get the financial support from these government schemes. We took the admission of children in the school of CLHA now they are alone going to school for the welfare of their life, every month parents and child came for the nutrition in office. Now the parents gave the attention on the health status of their child also on other infection.
 
 Braking age-old barriers
Chaya Tanaji Dukre aged 22 was pregnant. However she was not aware of the important dos and donts during pregnancy. Her family was poor and did not even dream of accessing hospital care at the time of delivery. Their village has no proper road or and transportation facility to access proper medical care. Therefore a healthy and normal delivery was ruled out. MGVS recruits local female volunteers who go into rural communities and talk to mothers about the life-saving benefits of going to hospital to give birth. We provided guidance to Chaya and her family regarding the care to be taken during the pregnancy and advised her on her diet so that the health of mother and child is not compromised. At the time of the delivery MGVS helped transport Chaya to the MGVS Health Center. We also provided food and medicine and arranged to transport her and the child back home after the delivery. As per Indian traditions Chaya would have given birth at home. Our intervention ensured a huge change in mindset. MGVS provided antenatal care during her pregnancy, which resulted in a normal and healthy delivery. After witnessing this case convincing other pregnant women to go in for an institutional delivery became easier. We had broken the barrier.
 
 Initiatives taken by MGVS to provide rural families with sanitation
Laxman Landge, aged 45 years and was a field worker. He lived in Paithan. His family defecated in fields, which they had to travel some distance to access. They were not only wasting their time but the dignity and safety his female member of family was also at risk. Also this was not a healthy practice. Laxman was always afraid when he stepped out into the open fields at night, petrified that he would step on a snake or be chased by stray dogs that roamed the village. It was worse when the women ventured out into the fields at night. Even during pregnancy they had to travel a long distance. MGVS took the initiative of helping this family and providing the sanitation facility. MGVS constructed a toilet next to his house. Proper drainage was provided. The family members do not have to fear using the toilet during the night or on rainy days. MGVS intervention has shown positive change not only for this family but also in other people of the village. They are now able to understand the importance of a toilet on general health and wellbeing and above all security.
 
 The born fighter
Master. Aditya is semi orphan child. His mother has expired few years back, his father is alive but he is very careless person. Aditya belongs to very poor family. He has never got love and care of his father. He has never got any kind of basic things required for living, even getting two times meal was a luxury item for him. Sunil, father of Aditya has left him because of which Aditya was living with maternal uncle Mr. Ramdas. Three years back Mr. Ramdas has admitted Aditya at MGVS shelter home. Aditya overall health status is good except some mental problem which he experience from time to time. Aditya doesn’t have any other physical problem. His overall growth is also good, his present weight is 30 kg and his height is 144 cm. his study is also improving at present he is studying in 7th grade. MGVS has admitted this child at its shelter home for giving home care. The child was admitted at school, previously he used to bunk his school but now he regularly attend the class and actively participates in the class. Due to his health condition he is supported with medical facility and quality nutrition food so that his health can improve. He is given two time meal and bedding facility at the shelter home.

You can communicate with Marathwada Gramin Vikas Sanstha (MGVS) at
Mansukh M. Zambad
MGVS,39,Sambhajinagar,Vaijapur Dist Aurangabad-
Aurangabad - 423701,India

Or you can reach Marathwada Gramin Vikas Sanstha (MGVS) here
Phone : 91 2436 224904
Fax : 91 2436 224904
E-mail : mgvs.vaijapur@gmail.com
Website: http://www.mgvsabad.org

   

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