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ANNUAL REPORT
ANUGRAHA
(2010-2015)
Anugraha Annual Report Message by Dr. Aabha Chaudhary,
Founder Secretary As Anugraha completes its glorious 15 years, our team rejoices with a sense of satisfaction & achievement. With a modest beginning from a rural health camp in Tehri Garhwal in 1999 to becoming a lead collaborating agency with State, Central Govt. & international agencies, Anugraha had an awesome journey. Realizing Gurumayi Chidvilasananda's mission & vision of "Bringing Love & Grace in peoples' lives", we have endeavored to cover a large spectrum of issues in holistic health care & rural community development. I express deep gratitude to all those who expressed their faith in our Mission and supported our philanthropic activities. We continue to impact lives of the underprivileged through Samman Kendra, Bal Shiksha, Swabhiman Kendra projects, to name a few. However, we realize the need to expand our horizons further to cover remote, backward & poverty stricken regions of India and foster women empowerment, active ageing, sustained livelihood programs for youth, not to forget holistic health care to children. Active contribution & support from volunteers, retd. persons, eminent experts, well wishers and media have continuously inspired and energized us to follow our dream, despite hardships. We continue to strive towards the mission of "Ageing with Dignity" & Promoting "Active & Productive ageing" among the senior citizens. Hoping for your continuous guidance & support in our endeavors. Anugraha Annual Report 1. Introduction
2. About Us
3. Technical & Advisory Collaborative Partners of Anugraha
4. Aims & Objectives
5. Activities
A. Research Studies
B. Publications
C. Ageing and Elderly Care
(i) Regional Resource and Training Centre on Ageing
(ii) Training & capacity building
(iii) Day care & Recreation Centers for senior citizens
(iv) Celebration of International Day of Older Persons
(v) Helpline
D. Awareness Generation, Networking & Advocacy
(i) International
Anugraha
(ii) National Seminar and Conferences organized by Anugraha
(iii) National Seminar and Conferences attended by Anugraha
(iv) Consumer
awareness
prevention
E. Women Empowerment
F. Skill development & Employment generation
G. Corporate Social Responsibility
Conference & Advocacy sponsorships
(ii) Holistic Learning & Health Care
(iii) Multipurpose vehicle for senior citizens
(iv) Educational & Health Interventions For Empowering the Girl Child
H. Bal Arogya and Bal Shiksha
I. Monitoring, Evaluation and Liasion with NGOs
Looking Ahead…… vision for the future
7. Contact Us
Join Hands to help and Support
9. Anugraha in Media
Photo glimpses
Anugraha Annual Report I. Introduction
Anugraha, a national voluntary organisation is dedicated to the cause of alleviating the suffering of the poor, destitute and the neglected persons. Working with the marginalized communities and individuals, an advocate for the well being of the downtrodden, Anugraha is committed to providing an effective forum for social issues. Registered as a Society in October 2000, it has covered
a vast spectrum of social development issues across India – from Action research studies in Assam & Gujarat to Health services in Uttarakhand,
Women empowerment in UP and Child care in Madhya Pradesh, while
keeping its prime focus on Age care initiatives.
Anugraha is a registered national NGO that supports voluntary action for national development. It is a philanthropic, secular, apolitical, non-profit and a non- governmental organisation. Dedicated to the cause of holistic development and upliftment, its main aim is working for social & economic empowerment of under -privileged. It provides consultancy, training and implementation inputs on rural & community development projects all over India. It is represented in several key committees of Central and State Governments and as India's first Regional Resource & Training Center on Ageing (RRTC) under Min. SJ & E, GoI, it has conducted several research, training & capacity building projects towards empowering the caregivers & elderly. Working for marginalized & rural communities, since year 2000, this national voluntary organisation has largest database on rural elderly. It has organised several international, national seminars, training programs & Consultations on issues impacting the aged. Operational in four states of India, it has forged effective network with NGOs, medical colleges, academic institutes, psychologists and care givers. Giving impetus to lifelong learning and 2nd careers, Community Trainings in Computers for Senior Citizens have been organized. Sensitization programmes on Promoting Micro Credit among Elderly, Mega Cultural Events on "Celebrating Graceful Ageing", walkathons and felicitation of eminent elderly on International Day for Older Persons are innovative initiatives. Active Anugraha Annual Report champion of Rights of the Elderly in India, Anugraha pioneered capacity building of NGOs, Judicial & police officers, State Govt. officials & Human Rights Commissions. Provided medical screening, Mobile Medical care, medicines to over 15000 patients, 6000 cataract surgeries through Multi specialty Medical Talk ons. Participation and presentation made in about two -dozen National and International forums. Signed MOU with Senior Citizens Council, Republic of Mauritius and led several social exchange delegations of elderly. Anugraha has published two books titled "Active Ageing in the New Millennium" & "Coping with Ageing: Emerging issues & Strategies in India & South Asia". As member of State Council for older persons, Govt. of Delhi NCT, Anugraha formulated the "State Policy on older persons". Anugraha is a zonal chairperson of Indian society for Universities of Third age (U3A). For the first time in India, it mobilized corporate groups to include age care in their CSR initiatives. It has worked with International Collaborators like UNESCAP, FAO, Southern Cross Care, Australia & International Federation on Ageing, Canada. Anugraha is one of the member in the Core Group on Elderly Persons constituted by NHRC. Anugraha has set up "Swabhiman Kendra" a highly successful series of Multipurpose
Senior citizen Day care and Recreation centres in Cantonment Board, Dehradun &
Ambala with assistance from Ministry of Defence. The field training & project centers
of Anugraha are located in Dehradun Uttarakhand, Faridabad, Ambala, Haryana & Delhi.
It has worked with Irish Aid Delhi, Red Cross societies, District Administrations and
a number of corporate sector bodies for employment generation & skill
improvement initiatives for marginalized girls.

Its chief functionary & chairperson -Dr. Aabha Chaudhary is internationally renowned
social gerontologist & Gender development expert. Recipient of National Silver &
Bronze Karamveer Chakra Award 2015. Nominated by DC Faridabad as
Chairperson of "Local Complaint Committee for sexual harassment at work place
Act 2013"

Anugraha Annual Report II. About
Name of the Member Mr. Vijay Makhija Printers & Publishers Chaudhary Founder Consultant, Social Service Educationist and Social Service Industrialist & Philanthropist Nutritionist & Social Gerontologist Industrialist & Social worker Mrs. Rakesh Dhawan Industrialist & Social worker Profile of Dr. Aabha Chaudhary, Founder Secretary
The Honorary founder secretary of Anugraha, is entrusted with the overall responsibility of carrying out the aims and objectives of the organization. She is an alumni of Lady Shri Ram College and Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University. Based on her outstanding professional achievements, she was awarded fellowship by Rotary International foundation to visit California, USA. An internationally renowned expert and PhD holder in gerontology and gender issues, she has worked as a consultant with UN and Government agencies, conducted research on innovative themes and published papers on community development. She has edited two books titled "Active Ageing in the New Millennium" & "Coping with Ageing: Emerging issues & Strategies in India & South Asia". She has been invited as resource person and has made presentations in about two -dozen National and International forums in USA, Malta, Canada, Spain, Mauritius, China, Japan, Thailand, India, etc. As organizing secretary, she has convened many National Seminars, Regional Workshops & an International Conference. She ia a member of core group, NHRC and State Council for Older Persons, Govt. of Delhi NCT. She enjoys long experience of working on CSR projects. As an accomplished trainer with innovative training skills and ‘hands-on' experience, she has conducted several programs with Ministry of social justice & empowerment, ONGC, other Navratna PSUs. She is a visiting faculty in Dept. of social sciences, Nihon University, Tokyo. Anugraha Annual Report Legal Credential of Anugraha
‰ Registered under Societies Registration Act of 21 of 1860 ‰ Registered under Foreign Contribution and Regulation Act of 1976 ‰ Registered under 80 G and 12 A of Income Tax Act Memberships & Awards:
‰ Partner NGO with Senior citizens cell, Delhi Police .Conducts joint sensitization and awareness campaigns on "Physical Safety & Security". ‰ Zonal Chairperson of "Indian Society for Universities of Third Age". ‰ Anugraha is chairing a consortium of 45 NGOs based in U.P., Uttarakhand, Punjab, Haryana & Rajasthan. It provides input in the field of research, documentation, survey, and training of care givers to these NGOs. ‰ Member of State Council for older Persons, Govt. of Delhi NCT. ‰ Member, Core Group on protection of elderly, National Human Rights ‰ Consultative status with UNESCAP, UNFPA, UNIC, UN programme on Ageing. ‰ Women Founder Collective, USA ‰ Former Member of Research Advisory Committee, Min. of Social Justice & empowerment, Govt. of India ‰ Former Regional committee for women empowerment- Dept. of women & child development, Ministry of Human Resource Development. Govt. of India Recipient of National Silver & Bronze Karamveer Chakra Award 2015. Nominated by DC Faridabad as Chairperson of "Local Complaint Committee for sexual harassment at work place Act 2013" Anugraha Annual Report - Technical & Advisory Collaborative Partners of Anugraha
Health Care
Academic
• Sir Gangaram Hospital • Dept. of Social work, IGNOU, Delhi • Banaras Hindu University • Central Council for Research in Yoga and • Kumaun University, Uttarakhand Naturopathy, Min of H&FW, GoI Gurukul Kangri Vishwavidyalaya, • Escorts Fortis Hospital • Indraprastha Apollo Hospital • M.D University, Rohtak, Haryana • Institute of Human Behaviour & Allied • Panjab Univ. Chandigarh • Institute of Home Economics, DU • Max Super Speciality Hospital • Maulana Azad Inst of dental sciences Govt. agencies
• National Human Rights Commission • Ministry of Rural Development, GOI • International Federation on Ageing, • Ministry Of Youth Affairs & Sports, GoI • Dept of social welfare, UT Chandigarh, Govt. • Southern Cross Care, Australia of Delhi, NCT &Govt. of Uttarakhand • Ministry of Social Security, Republic • Dept. of Social Welfare, Govt. of Haryana • DGDE, Min. of Defence, GOI • United Nations agencies • Legal service authorities • Monash University Australia • Chandigarh Judicial Academy • Nihon University Japan • Police depts. • Nanjing University, China Anugraha Annual Report III. Aims and Objectives
ƒ To alleviate the disadvantaged conditions and pave the way for enduring psycho – social fulfillment, satisfaction and happiness. ƒ To improve the quality of life of the Senior Citizens by providing basic amenities like shelter, food, medical care and entertainment opportunities and by encouraging productive and active ageing. ƒ To launch initiatives for holistic empowerment of girl child in the rural and backward ƒ To conduct health awareness & medical care camps, maintain dispensaries and mobile medical vans to provide free medical consultation. ƒ To introduce specialized income generating projects to provide livelihood security. ƒ To grant scholarships & distribute educational aids to needy students ƒ To undertake projects for rehabilitation of physically and mentally disabled persons ƒ To undertake research & conduct surveys/studies in the fields pertaining to socio- economic development, education and healthcare. ƒ To provide assistance and support to Senior citizens Associations/Self Help Groups of the elderly for their mobilization and well being. ƒ To organize workshops, seminars, conferences, debates, group discussions to create awareness and sensitivity for the upliftment and development of aged population in ƒ To work for an enlightened and humane society. Anugraha Annual Report IV. Activities
A. Research Studies

S.NO TITLE

COLLABORATOR YEAR
1. Concurrent Evaluation Manipur, Ministry of Rural 2010-12 of Indira Gandhi National Old Age 2. Policy guidelines on Asia Pacific social inclusion of older 3. "Survey on Socio Faridabad, economic & health needs of BPL elderly", Maintenance Tribunals in safeguarding the human rights of older persons in Delhi" the Delhi Banaras "Need Assessment study of Senior Citizen Associations in Delhi",
B. Publications :

Anugraha has published some very useful literatures for dissemination of ideas and generation of awareness among civil society. As RRTC on ageing Anugraha is actively involved in designing, content development, printing of information dissemination and publicity material (Brochures, Booklets, handouts, posters, calendars, newsletter etc.) on following themes: Anugraha Annual Report Details of IEC Material Developed by Anugraha –RRTC
Type of IEC Material Topics Covered
Language
Developed
Available
Older Women's Health in Low English
Income Setting in India
Human Rights of Older Persons (Focus on Health and Wellbeing) Integrated Programme for Older Persons Healthy Ageing: Issues and Interventions in Rural India National Policy for Older Person Diet & nutrition for healthy ageing Second Careers For The Elderly Old age care in India :Need for Sensitization & Capacity Building Rural Ageing in India (Perspectives, Challenges & Interventions) Problems of elderly in Institutional set- up Integrated Programme for Older Hindi
Persons
14. Newsletter
15. Training Module &
Legal Provisions for elderly Resource Material
16. AV Material
Caregiver Stress Falls in the Elderly Nutrition in old age Food based dietary guidelines for English older persons 20. Booklet / Paper Material
Eye care and Dental Health In Old English Heart Disease in old Age Eye care and Dental Health Heart Disease in old Age Policies and Programmes for English elderly Ensuring Safety & Security of Hindi, Anugraha Annual Report Senior Citizens.
29. Brochure
Maintenance Act, 2007 Paper & PowerPoint
Reinventing Retirement through English Yoga for Healthy Gender Dimensions of Ageing "MWPSC Act, 2007" 35. Booklet / Paper Material
Tips for Holistic Health Care in Old English Ensuring Safety & Security of Hindi, Senior Citizens. 37. Brochure
Maintenance Act, 2007 Paper & PowerPoint
Enhancing Health & Fitness for English Gender Dimensions of Ageing Issues Impacting Human Rights, Safety and Security of Senior Citizens Intervention and Best Practices Interventionist Approach Yoga for healthy aging What is Diabetes and its 43. Booklet / Paper Material
Tips for Holistic Health Care in Old English "Prevention of Falls Among Elderly English by Creating An Age Friendly Environment" 45. Brochure
Ensuring Safety & Security of English , Senior Citizens Anugraha Annual Report
C. Ageing and Elderly Care
C( i.) Regional Resource and Training Centre on Ageing, Delhi

From year 2010 Ministry of Social justice & Empowerment, has set up India's first
RRTC –Ageing through Anugraha in
Delhi. A series of capacity building, sensitization
and awareness generation programs that covered various themes related to old age care
were conducted by RRTC Anugraha in Uttarakhand, Delhi and Haryana. RRTCs Field
outreach & Extension Centres
were set up in three allotted states to provide
opportunities for Productive and Active Ageing to senior citizens & conduct Counselling/
sensitization/ awareness programme on various facilities and interventions by Govt.
agencies.
RRTC Activities
Areas covered
Training & Capacity
building
Database generation
Advocacy/ Awareness
generation

UTTARAKHAND
Monitoring/
Evaluation/ Liaising

Research
Anugraha Annual Report C (ii.) Training & capacity building
a. Details of the participants/ trainees in various programmes (2010-2015) are
as follows:
Number of trainees
i. Total number of participants
390 379 193 636 530
in NISD's training progs.
ii. RRTC Regional workshop,
40 47 35 40 40
iii. Field outreach centre,
Dehradun
iv. Field outreach centre,
v. Field outreach centre,
Faridabad
vi. Field outreach centre, Delhi
vii. Sensitization Prog., Sirsa,
iii. National Consultative Meet
585 - - - 300
on "Safeguarding Rights of
the Elderly in India"
Total number of
Anugraha Annual Report b. List of training programmes conducted yearwise with NISD, Ministry of
social justice & empowerment, Govt of India :-
(2014-15)
Location
trainees
1 day School sensitization program on Ambala, 2. MWPSC Act, 2007, 4. 1 day sensitization program for PRIs Udham Singh Nagar 1 month Vocational training program of Faridabad 15 7. Senior Citizens 8. 2 day consultation meet on human Nainital 30 rights & gender, 2 day consultative meet on MWPSC Chandigarh 30 Act, 2007 2 months Basic course on Bedside Dehradun Assistant / caregiver 1 month Certificate Course in Geriatric Sirsa for NGO Functionaries Total : 530
(2013-14)
Name of Training Programme
Location
One day Sensitization Programme on
Intergenerational Gap with focus on "MWPSC Act, 2007" One day Sensitization Programme with Delhi 40 RWAs/SCAs One day Sensitization Programme on Two days Consultative Meet on "MWPSC Act, 2007". Two days Consultative Meet on Human Dehradun 40 Rights and Gender Dimension. One Day sensitization Program on Health Issues of Senior Citizens Five Days Training Program on Management of Dementia Two days convergent meet on Disaster Delhi 40 Management Anugraha Annual Report Five day Training Programme on management of Dementia Care, 20 Days Computer Training Program, 3 month training Program of Bedside 1 month training program of NGOs Five day Training Programme on Geriatric Counseling, 1 day sensitization program for RWAs 1 day sensitization program for PRIs 1 day sensitization program on MWPSC Act, 2007, 1 day School sensitization program on Faridabad 35 MWPSC Act, 2007, (2012-13)
Name of Training Programme
Location
3 months Basic Course of "Bed Side Assistant, Care Takers on geriatric 2. 1 Month Certificate Course on basic issues in Geriatric Care, Sirsa, Haryana 3. 20 Days Computer Training Programme for senior citizens by 4. 5 Days Training Programme On Basic Issues Related To Elderly 5. 1 day sensitization workshop on intergenerational issues 6. 5 days Sensitization Programme on Geriatric counseling Total No. of Participants
(2011-12)
S.No Title Location
1. Five Days Training on Management of Dehradun, 2. 20 Days Community Training in Computer for Senior Citizens 3. One Day Sensitization Programme for Dehradun, School Colleges & Senior Citizens to Uttarakhand Bridge Inter-generational Gap Anugraha Annual Report 4. Five Days Training on Capacity Building of key functionaries of NGOs Haryana in Geriatric Counselling 5. One Day Sensitization Programme for Sirsa , PRIs on Empowerment of Elderly 6. One Day Programme on Health Issues for Senior Citizens 7. Five Day Training on Basics of Elderly Delhi 8. 20 Days Community Training in Computer for Senior Citizens 9. One Day Sensitization Programme for Chandigarh, School Colleges & Senior Citizens to Haryana Bridge Inter-generational Gap Total 379
(2010-11)
S.No Title Location
1. State Level Sensitisation Program on "Maintenance of Welfare of parents & Senior citizens Act 2007" 3. Five Days Training on Management of Dehradun 40 4. Five Day Training on Basics of Elderly Chandigarh 35 5. 1 day School sensitization program Dehradun 35 on MWPSC Act, 2007, " Health Issues of Senior citizens" & 1 day sensitization program for PRIs 8. 20 Days Community Training in Rohtak 20 Computer for Elderly Total No. of Participants
Anugraha Annual Report Outcome of training programs
A variety of training & sensitization programs conducted created a wide impact among the target group and stakeholders. Many NGOs attended such program for the first time and found it very useful and informative. It gave a forum and a support group to senior citizens & opportunity to youth, students, NGOs, RWAs, SCAs to work together, share their feelings & perspective for empowering elderly. It provided a platform to address issues related to elderly needs and problems collectively. Multiple themes and sessions provided awareness generation about special needs of older persons, knowledge of geriatric ailments, planning for retirement, dementia etc. inputs and participation by State & district agencies dealing with old age care. A comprehensive data bank of experts, academicians, resource persons etc, was created & an action plan for future sensitization progs. developed based on feedback of participants. It gave a tool for advocacy & heightened awareness about special needs of older persons, knowledge of geriatric ailments, planning for retirement, dementia etc. Due to these programs, there was increased public awareness and knowledge of the human rights of older persons and key provisions of the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007. Anugraha Annual Report Special events & initiatives organized
(2014-15)
1. RRTC Anugraha participated in "Varistha Samman par Charcha" organised by
Dept. of Social Welfare, Govt. of NCT of Delhi on 18th September, 2014 in Delhi Secretariat. 2. Dr. Aabha Chaudhary Nominated as Member of the Screening Committee for
National Award - Vayoshrestha Sammans – 2014 and attended meeting on
1.8.2014 under the chairpersonship of Joint Secretary(SD), SJ&E.
3. Organized "Youth for Seniors" Competitions in school & colleges from Delhi to
sensitize and involve youth through essay, debates, slogan writing and painting competitions on IDOP, 2014 Celebration. 4. Shri. Sudhir Bhargava, Secretary, MS&JE, Govt. of India visited Anugraha's field
training centre " Swabhiman Kendra" in Dehradun on 17th April, 2014 and interacted with about 15 Senior Citizens trainees of One month Vocational Training Program and 100 senior citizens. 5. RRTC Anugraha participated in Review Meeting of RRTC with Hon'ble Minister
on 22nd January, 2015 in NISD 6. RRTC Anugraha participated in the conference "India and the United Nations in a
changing world: organised by Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA) on 12th
January, 2015 at Sapru House, Barakhamba road, New Delhi.
7. Dr. Aabha Chaudhary, Chairperson, RRTC Anugraha nominated as Member of
Review Committee of the Scheme of "Vayoshrestha Sammans" and
participated in first meeting on 5th January, 2015 in Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.
8. RRTC Anugraha participated in National Conference on "India's Elderly: Dignity,
Health and Security" organised by Institute of Economic Growth in collaboration
with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on 4th -5th December, 2014 at
the Claridges, New Delhi.
9. RRTC Anugraha participated in "We Care Film Festival, 2014" :- Changing
Attitudes on Disability Issues organised by UNESCO, MS&JE and Ministry of
HRD on 24th November, 2014 at Vigyan Bhawan.
10. RRTC Anugraha participated in the conference of "Caring for Elderly" organised
by Dept. of Social Welfare, Govt. of NCT of Delhi on 21st November, 2014 at
Pragati Maidan.

11. RRTC Anugraha participated in "Foundation Day Function of NHRC" organised by
National Human Rights Commission on 12th October, 2014 at FICCI Auditorium.
RRTC Anugraha participated in "National Awards for Senior Citizens
Vayoshreshtha Samman, 2014"
with 50 senior citizens. This program organised by
MS&JE, Govt. of India on 1st October, 2014 at Manekshaw Centre, Delhi Cantt.
13. RRTC Anugraha participated and presented paper on "Older Women's Health in
Low Income Settings in India" in "12th Global Conference of International
Federation on Ageing"
at Hyderabad on 10-12th June, 2014.
14. RRTC Anugraha participated in "India- US Technology Summit (Tackling 21st
Century challenges together) organised by CII and Dept. of Science &
Technology, Govt. of India on 18-19th November, 2014 at India EXPO Centre,
Greater Noida Delhi NCR
RRTC Anugraha participated in Giving Back India – NGO, 2014 event with
special focus on "Regulatory framework of Corporate Social Responsibility"

Anugraha Annual Report and "Non-profit Organizations – From concept to compliances" organised by
MGB Empower CSR Consulting and UBM India on 25-256th September, 2014 at
Nehru Centre, Mumbai
1. RRTC Anugraha was invited to be a part of a high level Indian delegation
nominated by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, GoI to visit Japan
from 30th may to 6th June 2013. The Foundation for the Welfare & Education of the
Asian People, Japan organized a study programme focused on care systems for
older persons & physically & mentally challenged persons. Three Joint secretaries
from MSJE & Dr. Aabha Chaudhary Chairperson Anugraha participated in it
2. Organized "Youth for Seniors" Competitions in school & colleges from Ambala and
Panchkula to sensitize and involve youth through essay, debates, slogan writing and painting competitions on IDOP Celebration. 3. RRTC Anugraha participated in meeting of the Full Working Group to examine all the issues relating to the scheme of the Ministry implemented through NGOs and to propose the restructuring which was chaired by Secretary , Dept. of Disability Affairs on 16th May, 2014 in Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi. 4. RRTC Anugraha gave a presentation on "Reinventing Retirement through Active Ageing" in 13th Annual Conference of All India Senior Citizens Confederation
(AISCCON) on Geriatric Care in India: Challenges and Prospects in Lucknow, Uttar
Pradesh on 22nd & 23rd November, 2013.
5. RRTC Anugraha participated in CII Conference on "Unleashing Opportunities
for Femonomics in the Corporate Sector", National Conference on Women
Leadership in India Habitat Centre - New Delhi on 19th November 2013,
6. RRTC Anugraha participated in CII Conference on "Moving the Growth Story
Forward through inclusive partnerships", in India Habitat Centre - New Delhi on
2-3rd December 2013,
7. RRTC Anugraha gave a presentation on "MWPSC Act, 2007" in National Seminar
on Welfare & Protection of Senior Citizens in Chandigarh on 11th January, 2014.
It was organized by State legal service authority, FOSWAC, & Punjab & Haryana
High court.
8. Mr. J. S Kocher, Jt. Secretary, NHRC, visited Anugraha's field training centre in
Dehradun on 13th January 2014 and interacted with about 200 senior citizens. He also gave a detailed lecture on human rights issues and concerns of elderly and the initiatives undertaken by NHRC. 9. A senior level official delegation consisting of Director, MSJE , Deputy director,
NISD and Chairperson RRTC Anugraha visited several old age homes of
Vrindavan. Meetings with district & State Govt. officials were held regarding plight &
problems of destitute older women & widows.
RRTC Anugraha participated in Two Day National Consultative Meet for
Developing standards of care

& support in Age Care Institutions, Review of Curricula of Geriatric Care Giving And
Developing Action Plan 2014-15 in NISD on 4-5th February, 2014
11. RRTC Anugraha gave a presentation of RRTC activities 2012-14 in National
Consultative Meet of RRTCs/ Collaborators in Age Care and Drug Abuse
Prevention Centre in NISD on 5th February, 2014.
12. RRTC Anugraha attended Core Advisory Group on Elderly Persons meeting
which was chaired by Shri S.C. Sinha, Member NHRC on 20th December, 2013 in
Anugraha Annual Report 13. RRTC Anugraha participated in National Seminar on Status of Senior Citizens
issues and challenges in Udaipur from 20– 23rd December, 2013. It was
organized by Senior Citizens's Council and Mohan Lal Sukhandia University. About
250 senior citizens and Govt. officials participated in this Seminar.
14. Hon. Lt. Governor, Govt. of Delhi NCT nominated Dr. Aabha Chaudhary,
Chairperson Anugraha to be a member of Working Group – I on Safety, Security
& Welfare of Senior Citizens.

15. Dr. Aabha Chaudhary, Chairperson Anugraha nominated as expert committee
member on "Awareness Generation for the Maintenance and Welfare Parents
and Senior Citizens Act, 2007 by Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment,
GoI
.
RRTC Anugraha participated in National Awards for Senior Citizens
Vayoshreshtha Samman
, 2013 which was organized by MSJE, GoI on 1st October,
2013 in Vigyan Bhawan, Delhi.
17. RRTC Anugraha staff participated in a Interaction Meet on "Vistaar- A lifelong learning initiative for Elderly" inaugurated by the Vice-chancellor & Professor Dinesh
Singh and organized by Department of Adult Continuing Education & Extension,
University of Delhi.

Dept. of social welfare, Govt. of Delhi NCT nominated Dr. Aabha Chaudhary,
Chairperson Anugraha to be a member of selection board for members of
Maintenance tribunals
.
RRTC Anugraha participated in the meeting regarding "The problems of Aged
Women" organized by National Resource Centre for Women, Ministry of Women
and Child Development.

20. Participated and supported the program of Bharat Pensioners Samaj on 24th Feb.
2014 2000 retd. pensioners from all over India participated in it. RRTC Anugraha disseminated information on various Govt. schemes & concessions to the audience. Participated in "National Seminar on Social Defence" organized by Madurai
Institute of Social Sciences
in collaboration with National Institute of Social
Defence, MSJE, GoI from 25th to 27th November, 2013 in Madurai.
22. RRTC Anugraha participated in a program organized by the Guild of Services to
felicitate distinguished elderly women in India International centre, Lodi Road. Kumari Selja, hon. Minister, MSJE was the chief guest on 7th August, 2013. 23. RRTC staff undertook training in One Day Training Workshop on Online
processing of the proposal of NGOs- status, monitoring and sanctions organized
by MS&JE and NIC, GoI on 28th February, 2014 in Scope Complex, Delhi.
RRTC Anugraha participated in Consultation Meeting with Experts and
Professionals regarding the general issues of Senior Citizens which was
Chaired by Shri Sudhir Bhargava
, Secretary, Min. of SJE, GoI on 12th July, 2014
in Shastri Bhawan, Delhi
Participated in a program organized by National Commission on Women in
Vigyan Bhawan, 20 th March 2014.
Anugraha Annual Report 1. Participated & made a presentation on "Older women's health in low-income
settings" in 6th Annual AMREP World Health Day Forum, 3rd April 2012 in
Melbourne, Australia.
2. Made a presentation on " The Human rights of Older People" in International
Workshop on Human Rights of Older Persons in The Asia Pacific region Focus on
Health and Wellbeing – Thiruvananthapuram, June 4-6 , 2012
3. Organized a "Change- Exchange : a panel discussion on preventing elder abuse&
promoting ageing with dignity" to observe World Elder Abuse Awareness day
(WEAAD) on 22nd June, 2012, it ws organized in collaboration with UN Information
centre for India, New Delhi

4. Mobilized 450 senior citizens from Senior Citizen Association, Day Care Centre and Residence Welfare Societies to participate in "Vayoshrestha Samman, 2012". 5. Assisted MS&JE and NISD to organize "Vayoshrestha Samman, 2012" on 1st
6. Organized "Youth for Seniors" Competitions in school & colleges from Delhi &
NCR to sensitize and involve youth through essay, debates, slogan writing and painting competitions on IDOP Celebration. 7. Organized Exhibition and consultation camp on various dimensions of safety
& security of senior citizens
8. On 8th Oct. 2012, RRTC Anugraha organized an interactive workshop on
"MWPSC Act, 2007" & Legal security.
9. Assisted MS&JE and NISD to organize National Conference on Ageing, Vigyan
Bhawan, on 6-7th Nov, 2012. 10. As part of Elders Day celebrations, RRTC Anugraha organized a Walkathon &
Rally on in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, supported by Ministry of Social Justice &
Empowerment, Govt. of India.
11. Attended National Conference on Inclusive Growth: Opportunities for Elderly on
19-20th November, 2012, organized by UNFPA Delhi.
Established another field outreach centre in Ambala in February- "Samman
Kendra
"
I. RRTC Anugraha, organized a programme on "Celebration Graceful Ageing" as a part of celebration of International day of older persons, on 22nd October, 2011 in
Rajbhawan Auditorium, Dehradun, Uttarakhand. Chief Guest Hon'ble Governor,
H.E Smt. Margaret Alva
inaugurated the programme.
II. On 9th June 2011, RRTC, Anugraha attended a meeting of the newly constituted Core Group on Protection & Welfare of the Elderly Persons, in NHRC .
III. On 15th June 2011, (World Elder Abuse Awareness Day) RRTC Anugraha
designed a newspaper Advertisement for Dept. of Social Welfare, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, to disseminate information and to generate awareness among people regarding Prevention of Elder abuse IV. RRTC Anugraha was invited as an expert in UNFPA-ISEC-IEG National Consultative Meeting on "Building Knowledge Base on Population Ageing in India" in collaboration with Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS), Mumbai, on 15th -16th Dec 2011. Anugraha Annual Report V. At the International level, Anugraha is Acting in consultative capacity with leading
agencies of United Nations , such as UN Committee on Ageing, New York, Social Development Division, United Nations ESCAP, Bangkok , Thailand , FAO, Rome and UNFPA, India, Anugraha has attended several international & regional seminars and presented papers on Ageing scenario in India. It has also been commissioned several studies & Status papers on "Preparing policy guidelines on Ageing in Asia". VI. RRTC Anugraha was invited in Preparatory Meeting for the Asia Pacific –
Intergovernmental Meeting on Second Regional Review and Appraisal of
Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing in November 2011 in Beijing,
China
, organized by the Social Development Division of the United Nations Economic
and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP).
I. National Seminar on "Protecting Human Rights of Older Persons" organized by
the National Human Rights Commission, New Delhi in collaboration with RRTC
Anugraha and supported by ONGC ltd.
II. RRTC Anugraha participated in the All India Conference of Senior Citizens
Associations in Mathura, U.P., on 24th-25th October 2010.
III. RRTC Anugraha put up an exhibition on age care material in the World Congress on Preventive Cardiology and Geriatrics in Delhi on 20-21 October 2010. IV. RRTC Anugraha conducted half day Interactive session with Delhi Police & Senior
citizens Associations of South Delhi on the issue of "Safety & Security concerns of the elderly" on 6th March 2011. V. In year 2010-11, RRTC Anugraha attended a Regional Forum on Elderly Care
Services in Asia and the Pacific, January 2011 in Nanjing, China, organized by
the Social Development Division of the United Nations Economic and Social
Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Anugraha Annual Report C (iii.) Day care & recreation centers for senior citizens run by Anugraha
List of Day care & recreation centres for senior citizens
1. Anugraha
Senior 2006
Dept. of social welfare,
Citizens Recreational
Govt. of Delhi
Centre Delhi
Cantonment board,
2. Swabhiman
Ministry of Defence
Cantonment board,
3. Samman
Ministry of Defence
Ambala , Haryana

- Background

Older people in India constitute the fastest growing age group in the population. Due to urbanization and break down of joint family system, most of the children live away from older parents; there are large number of elderly facing loneliness, alienation and depression. Since last 10 years Anugraha has been running highly successful "Day Care & recreation Centre for Senior Citizens in East Delhi in collaboration with Department of Social Welfare, Govt. of NCT of Delhi. In addition to this, in association with the Cantt. Board, Dehradun, Anugraha has also set up "Swabhiman Kendra" running successfully since September,2011. It has approx. 954 members in four year of functioning. These multi-purpose Day care centers are innovative projects that provide comprehensive facilities for the older persons – ranging from- diet, nutrition & fitness, recreational area, Computer rooms and library, dining halls etc. A fully equipped Day Care Centre gives much needed avenue for interaction and social support. The main objective of setting up is not only providing care & support to senior citizens but also to provide opportunities for "Productive and Active Ageing". - Objectives
a. To establish a multi-purpose Holistic Day Care Centre to provide a common platform for interaction, services and activities for senior citizens. b. To initiate multi-faceted, Social Support, Healthcare, Recreation and Economically self-sustaining activities. Anugraha Annual Report c. To understand the socio-psychological and health care needs of rural and urban elderly population of Dehradun by bringing them on a common platform. d. To Provide Training & Counselling to the family members/ care givers; e. To generate awareness on issues pertaining to the older persons. f. To promote health care, housing and income security needs of older persons. g. To facilitate Productive Ageing with dignity, honour and empowerment with a range of diversified social, health & economic interventions. Facilities at Senior citizens day care
Indoor Games
Music/ satsang Room
Kitchen / dining area
Library/ reading room
Multi purpose hall
Garden area
Gym – fitness area
Computer learning centre
Anugraha Annual Report HOLISTIC
RELIGIOUS &
SPIRITUAL
ACTIVITIES
Activities
Musical/
TRAINING &
cultural
CAPACITY
BUILDING
programmes
CELEBRATION
FESTIVALS
Following eminent persons & dignitaries visited Samman Kendra- Multi-
purpose day care centre Ambala, Haryana:

1 Kumari Selja, MP & union Minister Govt. of India 2 Dr. A.K. Kapoor, Principal Director, Ministry Of Defense Western Command, 3 Hon'ble Justice Shri Surya Kant (Judge, Punjab & Haryana High Court) 4 Mr. Arvind Kumar Dwivedi (CEO Cantt. Board, Ambala Cantt) 5 Mr. Deepak Gupta (Sessions Judge Ambala) 6 Smt. Bimlesh Tawar (Additional Session Judge Ambala) 7 Mr. Ashu Kumar Jain (CJM Ambala) 8 Brig. Ashish Uppal, President Cantonment Board, Ambala 9 Shri Kedar Burande, Defence estate officer, Ministry Of Defence Western 10 Mr. M.R. Batra, Chairman Lok Adalat, Haryana 11 Mr. Varun Kalia, Chief Executive Officer, Cantt. Board, Kasauli 12 Mr. Virbhan Sharma, Member of Lok Adalat, Ambala 13 Mr. Dharmpal Sharma, Member of Lok Adalat, Ambala Anugraha Annual Report 14 Mr. Satyawan Dhilron, District Social Welfare Officer, Kaithal 15 Dr. Mahesh Sharma, Deputy Director of Social Welfare,Govt of Delhi 16 Advocate Nitesh Sahani, District Legal Coordinator, Ambala 17 Mr. Hardeep Singh, Assistant Public Relation Officer, Ambala Following eminent persons & dignitaries visited Swabhiman Kendra- Multi-
purpose day care centre Dehradun , Uttarakhand:
1 Smt. Margaret Alva, former Governor, Uttarakhand 2 Dr. Aziz Qureshi, Governor, Uttarakhand 3 Shri Ashok Harnal, IDES, Former DG 4 Shri Ravikant Chopra, IDES, DG 5 Mr.S. Bhargava, IAS, Secretary Govt. of India 6 Mr.S.K.Muttu , IAS, Govt. of Uttarakhand 7 Shri S. Raju, IAS, Principal Secretary, Govt. of Uttarakhand 8 Dr. Purushottam, IAS, Dist. Magistrate, Dehradun 9 Shri Kewal Khurana, IPS, SP Dehradun 10 Ms. Deepa Bajwa, PDDE, IDES, Central Command, Lucknow 11 Shri J.S.Kocher, Joint Secretary, National Human Rights Commission 12 Mr. N.Ravi Shankar, Chief Secretary of Uttrakhand Government Anugraha Annual Report C (iv.) Observance of the International Day of Older Persons by Anugraha

In order to promote UN principles of "Advancing Health & Well being into Old age & Ensuring quality of life- Active Ageing", Anugraha pioneered the Celebration of IDOP on a grand scale in Delhi. The International Day of Older Persons has been observed by Anugraha on October 1st since 2004. IDOP is commemorated each October to raise awareness about the challenges & issues concerning senior citizens. The International Day of Older Persons (October 1st) has been observed by
Anugraha in collaboration with MSJE since 2004.
The details are provided as follows:
Ensuring longevity through • Participation by 600 senior citizens Holistic health and well • Lectures and demonstrations • Cultural programme • Chief Guest : Hon. Justice Shri K.G. Balakrishnan, Chairperson, NHRC, Secretary , Addl. Secretary, Joint Secretary ,MSJE Towards Holistic health • Participation by 700 senior citizens care: Improving the quality • Geriatric counselling and demonstrations of life for senior citizens • Interactive workshop • Health care Exhibition and Check up camp • Cultural programme • Chief Guest : Mr. Mukul Wasnik, Hon. Minister, MSJE, Addl. Secretary, Joint Secretary , MSJE Towards financial security • Participation by 300 senior citizens • Lecture presentation at Rajbhawan • Cultural programme • Chief Guest : Hon'ble Governor, H.E Smt. Ensuring Safety & Security • Participation by 700 senior citizens of Senior Citizens • Exhibition on Physical, Legal, Financial, Health, Nutrition Safety & Security • Interactive workshop • Cultural programme • Chief Guest : Hon. Minister, MSJE, Addl. Secretary, Joint Secretary , MSJE Celebration of International • Participation by 100 senior citizens day of Older Person by • Interactive workshop Dept. of Social Welfare, • Cultural programme Govt. of NCT of Delhi Multi activity programme on • Participation by 3800 senior citizens IDOP celebrations, • Exhibition on Physical, Legal, Financial, Health, Panchkula, Haryana Nutrition Safety & Security & Walkathon, Dehradun & • Interactive workshop • Cultural programme Anugraha Annual Report • Youth for seniors competitions • Chief Guest : : Hon. Minister, MSJE, Addl. Secretary, Joint Secretary , MSJE A Multi Activity Event On • Participation by 600 senior citizens the theme "Active & • Interactive workshop Healthy Ageing " • Health care Exhibition and Check up camp • Cultural programme • Chief Guest: Shri Thaawar Chand Gehlot, Hon. Minister, MSJE, Addl. Secretary, Addl. Secretary Joint Secretary , MSJE Following components mark the Multi Activity events of IDOP organised by RRTC Anugraha and MSJE: ™ Awareness generation & Knowledge enhancement through interactive sessions in
™ Knowledge enhancement through an exhibition & Consultation camp on various
dimensions of safety & security of senior citizens. ™ Counselling & Demonstration sessions
™ Involving & sensitizing youth through essay, debates, slogan writing and painting
competitions on the theme "Youth for seniors".
™ Recreation and Wholesome entertainment through a cultural programme
Anugraha Annual Report C (iv.b) Walkathon by senior citizens on IDOP

As a part of Celebration of International Day of Older Person, Anugraha organized walkathon for senior citizens in different parts of North India in association with Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, Govt. of India since, 2004. It focusses on promoting healthy and active ageing along with intergenerational bonding. 1. 2004 Walkathon, Delhi • Participation by 2500 senior citizens
• Chief Guest: Smt. Meira Kumar, Hon.
Minister, MSJE
2. 2012 Walkathon, Dehradun • Participation by 1700 senior citizens
• Cultural programme
• Youth for seniors competitions
• Chief Guest: H.E. Dr. Aziz Qureshi,
Hon'ble Governor Govt. Of
Uttarakhand

3. 2013 Walkathon Ambala • Participation by 1700 senior citizens
• Cultural programme
• Youth for seniors competitions
• Chief Guest : Kumari Selja, Hon.
Minister, MSJE
• Participation by 500 senior citizens
• Cultural programme
• Youth for seniors competitions
• Chief Guest : : Sh.S. K. Muttu, IAS,
Chairman, Board of Revenue, Govt.
of Uttarakhand

Guest of Honour: Dr. B.V.R.C.
Purushottam, IAS, District
Magistrate, Dehradun

4. 2014 Walkathon Dehradun • Participation by 500 senior citizens
• Cultural programme
• Youth for seniors competitions
• Chief Guest : Sh. N Ravi Shankar,
IAS, Chief Secretary, Government of
Uttrakhand.

Anugraha Annual Report
C (v.) Helpline For Senior Citizens

As the population increases, many elders suffer in silence, physical abuse, harassment, financial exploitation and insecurity. It is time society came to the rescue of elders assuring them a life of dignity and security. Therefore, Anugraha took an initiative and launched Helpline for Senior Citizens in 2010. This helpline is managed by honorary professional counselor and legal experts. As a partner NGO of Delhi Police Senior Citizen Cell and Delhi Legal Service Authority, Anugraha refer complains to them and also follow up those cases. Anugraha provides a Help line , Legal aid & Counseling cell for elderly in need of care and protection. The goal is to prevent, curb and address elder abuse through listening to, Counseling, advising and doing referrals of cases of abuse; obtain assistance for reporters/ victims of abuse, facilitate follow up by social workers or trained volunteers, collect, classify, document data on abuse reported to help line, provide information and reports to the Ministry. Anugraha Annual Report D. Awareness Generation,Networking & Advocacy
Anugraha has attended several international & regional seminars and presented papers on Ageing scenario in India. Anugraha's strategy gives importance to networking and advocacy efforts to creatively take advantage of national and international resources. The organization has done the remarkable work of weaving successfully its efforts from grassroots levels to international and national policy making and influencing groups and institutions. It has built up strong grassroots networks in its areas of operations engaging the people through various activities, organized national and international levels seminars, formed international collaborations and participated and presented its views through several national and international forums. International Presentations by Anugraha
Forum Place
° Delegation member in Study tour to Japan ( Japan 2013 through Ministry of SJE, GoI) ° Southern Cross Care ° World Health Day Forum ° Preparatory Meeting for the Asia Pacific – Intergovernmental Meeting ° Regional Forum on Elderly Care Services in Nanjing, China Asia and the Pacific National Seminar and Conferences organized by Anugraha
Anugraha has been organizing a number of conferences and workshops in order to sensitize the society and creating awareness. Forum Place
1. National Consultative Meet on
• Participation by 300 "Safeguarding Rights of the representatives of State Govt. Elderly in India", representatives from Police / social welfare depts. , State Human Rights Commissions , Senior citizens associations, Pensioners associations, RWAs & NGOs, Govt. Institutions/ Depts. & Officials dealing with the elderly, Corporate bodies & Policy makers • Chief Guest : Shri K.G.
Balakrishnan, Chairperson,
NHRC
and Special Guests was
Anugraha Annual Report S.C.Sinha, Hon'ble
Member, NHRC, Shri Rajesh
Kishore, IAS, Secretary
General, NHRC, Sh. J.S.
Kochher, Joint Secretary,
NHRC, Shri Gobinder singh (
District & sessions Judge cum
director Chandigarh judicial
academy ) , Smt. Asha Menon,
Member Secretary, NALSA

2. World Elder Abuse Awareness • Participation by 200 senior Day at UN Information Centre • Chief Guest: Addl. Secretary, Min. 3. National Seminar on "Protecting • Participation by 600 Senior Human Rights of Older Persons" n, citizens from 15 Associations, supported by NHRC & ONGC pensioners group, confederations • Chief Guest: Smt. Margaret Alva, Hon. Governor, Uttarakhand and Mr. P.C.Sharma, Member, NHRC, Lokayukta, DGP graced the occasion 4. Symposium on Towards Holistic • Participation by 200 persons Social Development: Challenges 2010 & Interventions organised in collaboration with United Nations Information Center, India 5. State level workshop cum • Participation by 200 Senior consultative meet on "Empowering Elderly for Active • Chief Guest: Smt. Shiela Dixit, & Productive Ageing" Dept. of Chief Minister, Delhi, Shri SW, Govt. of Delhi Virendra Jain (Former Chief Justice, High Court of Punjab & Haryana) Anugraha Annual Report National Seminar and Conferences attended by Anugraha
1. National conference "India and the United Nations in a changing world 2. National Conference on "India's Elderly: Dignity, Health and Security" 3. Conference on "Caring for Elderly" 4. "India- US Technology Summit (Tackling 21st Century challenges together) 5. Workshop on "Varistha Samman par Charcha" 6. Giving Back India – NGO, 2014 event with special Mumbai September, focus on "Regulatory framework of Corporate Social Responsibility" and "Non-profit Organizations – From concept to compliances" 7. "Older Women's Health in Low Income Settings in India" in "12th Global Conference of International Federation on Ageing" 8. One Day Training Workshop on Online processing of the proposal of NGOs 9. Workshop on "The problems of Aged Women" 10. National Seminar on Welfare & Protection of Senior Chandigarh January, 11. National Seminar on Status of Senior Citizens Udaipur December, issues and challenges 12. National Conference "Moving the Growth Story Forward through inclusive partnerships" 13. "Unleashing Opportunities for Femonomics in the Corporate Sector", National Conference on Women Leadership 14. 13th Annual Conference of All India Senior Citizens Lucknow November, Confederation (AISCCON) on Geriatric Care in India 15. National Conference on Inclusive Growth: Opportunities for Elderly 16. International workshop on Human rights of older persons in Asia Pacific region by IFA 17. "Safety & Security concerns of the elderly" with Delhi Police & Senior citizens Associations of South Delhi 18. UNFPA-ISEC-IEG National Consultative Meeting on "Building Knowledge Base on Population Ageing in India". 19. Exhibition on Age care technologies in the World Congress on Preventive Cardiology and Geriatrics Anugraha Annual Report Campaign on Consumer awareness
Anugraha organized a series of consumer awareness programs in the year 2010 – 15 through talks, lec-dems, audio-visual shows and discussions among retd. persons, youth, college and school students on rights of consumers. The venues were; 1. Govt. Girls school, Kalyanpuri. 2. Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Kalyanpuri, Delhi 3. Vocational center for marginalized women, NIT 3 Faridabad 4. Anugraha Senior Citizens Recreational Centre 5. Anugraha Swabhiman Kendra, Dehradun, Uttarakhand 6. Anugraha Samman Kendra, Ambala, Haryana
Following issues were covered:
1. Right to safety 2. Right to information 3. Right to choose 4. Right to be heard 5. Right to redressal 6. Right to consumer education 7. Right to Healthy Environment 8. Right to basic needs Prevention
In association with NCDAP, National Institute of Social Defence Anugraha organized one day "School sensitization programme" for 2000 students of rajkiya Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyala, Kalyanpuri, Delhi. This One-day sensitization and orientation program on Drug Abuse Prevention was organized on 16th Dec. 2010 by NISD, Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment, Govt. of India & Anugraha, Delhi. Students presented role play and a street play on the theme . This drug abuse sensitization program has proved very useful for trainees. This program was totally based on drug abuse –Psychological disease, Social problems, and health problems. Because of this program trainees were able to understand the behavior, attitude thinking and adjustment with environment and how to treat the patient. Anugraha Annual Report E. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT
The problems of marginalized women and adolescent girls are multi-dimensional in nature and requires a holistic approach. It is evident that they have unique and serious concerns and needs that should be addressed separately. Successful implementation of this project has made crucial difference in the & overall improvement in the status of target group. Project on " Counselling, Training & Employment Support Services for
marginalized women" , Faridabad, Haryana- PHASE - I
° Sponsored by – IRISH AID, Delhi
° Project area : Faridabad, Haryana
° Duration – December 2011 to March 2014
° Beneficiaries covered : 765 girls
° Objective : To initiate a set of coordinated counselling, skill training, capacity
building activities for employment generation, poverty reduction of women from low income group; To foster holistic empowerment and fuller participation in community, by increasing their skill levels and access to opportunities ;to provide assistance to the trainees in finding suitable employment in nearby industries. Key initiatives :
a) Conducted Baseline survey on need assessment. b) Mobilisation and awareness generation in the local community. c) Training in Non Formal skills -stitching, tailoring, handicrafts, etc. d) Training in personal grooming and beauty culture to generate income generation/ employment opportunities for the target group. e) Training in Formal skills –in corporate culture, spoken business English, basic computer knowledge, customer handling, personality development, front desk management, secretarial duties, sales & marketing skills. f) NFE classes, counselling, skill training, knowledge enhancement and confidence building programmes. g) Setting up of Recreation & extracurricular activity room- comprising indoor games, painting material, library, arts & craft, musical equipments, educational IEC material etc. h) Home visits and counselling of the target group, (especially the school drop outs) and family members to spread awareness on gender empowerment and livelihood issues. Anugraha Annual Report Non formal
education
Counselling
Training in
generation
IRISH AID
& Anugraha
Awareness
Life Skill
generation
development
Health care
Anugraha Annual Report PHASE - II
To Train in Pickles, Snacks and Packed Spices (New Programme under phase-
II)- Approx. 250 women trained with a target of providing self employment.
Activity: This course had lot of enthusiasm among the local community as most of
the illiterate girls can also get training under this course and derive benefits. There was not much difficulty in getting enrolment of the students in this cookery course ( as the students call it) . The girls were able to do the practicals at home after the class and learn well. • To train in making low-cost Sanitary Napkins (New Programme under phase- II):
Approx. 250 women trained. Activities
IRISH AID
Sanitary
Anugraha Annual Report The Project has benefited the community under the following headings:
a) Reaching the Poor:
To reach the needy & for the maximum output or benefit to the target group Anugraha team Anugraha team used the following methods:- Community Rapport building, Social mapping , Road shows/ Street plays etc., Community mobilization , Courses for training and income generation b) Sustainability:
♦ Anugraha team elicited active assistance/ involvement & participation of District administration, provided us the spacious premises and building for the project. It was very ideally, located, accessible and surrounded by low income families. ♦ Assistance from I.T.I & Rotary Club in job placements. ♦ It was an initiative of Anugraha in partnership with Irish aid. During the implementation of the project, inputs from local authorities, district administration were welcomed. Local community was being sensitised and trained to earn their living with self esteem. Many drop out girls could rejoin the mainstream education. c) Level of Participation: Based on the extreme popularity and success of the Phase-
I Training project supported by Irish Aid, extensive local interaction, outreach, needs assessment and feasibility studies, the project in its second Phase clearly fulfilled the much needed requirement for income generation courses. Active participation from local community, Government and municipal agencies, professional institutions, corporate groups and hospitals made this project sustainable and participatory on long term basis. There was very negligible drop out from the Centre and also high levels of attendance throughout the project.
d) Gender: This was a total women centric and women focused project. It aimed their
holistic empowerment through providing non formal education, health care, income security, training, employment generation through their social inclusion in the mainstream of society. This project fostered holistic development and fuller participation of marginalized women by increasing their skill levels and access to opportunity. e) Environmental Effects : Active involvement of students in hygiene, sanitation,
planting & afforestation drive in the park adjacent to the centre. Tree plantation drives in and around training centre were supported by Local bodies and Rotary clubs. Anugraha Annual Report F. Skill development & Employment generation

Project title: "Training of Geriatric Caregivers & Bed Side Assistants"
Areas covered : Uttarakhand, Delhi & Haryana
Beneficiaries covered : 439
Highlights & achievements of the courses conducted:
Coverage of most needy sections :The identified trainees / target group belonged
to low socio-economic strata, were school drop outs, 50% had studied only upto middle class, none of them had source of income or employment. 70% belonged to SC & OBC group, Participation by Govt. Agencies :Active involvement of local MLA, Counsellor,
District Magistrate, DC& health dept.and media in selection, training, certification& placement process. Poverty alleviation, women empowerment through employment generation:
First mega job fair organized for placement of BSA trainees in Faridabad supported by local district admin. & elicited participation by 8 leading hospitals. About 80% of trainees placed with a starting salary of Rs. 7500/-p.m. In Delhi leading Multinational home healthcare agency provided job placement to 98% trainees with starting salary of Rs. 11,500/- p.m. ♦ Some of the direct benefits that accrue are as under:

1) This course enhances the skills of less educated &marginalized youth,
2) It provides personal grooming, confidence building, personality development,
enhancement of communication skills,
3) It increases their employability in Old Age Homes, Day Care Centers, Hospitals,
Home Care Institutions, 4) Enables networking, collaboration and participation of local district
administration, civic agencies, Technical training institutes and leading hospitals.
5) It provides them with an opportunity to learn in detail all aspects of care-giving,
useful in family and community settings. 6) It improves their sense of self worth, enhances self confidence, imparts knowledge
of their basic rights. 7) It impart in depth knowledge of their own hygiene and sanitation, besides basic
knowledge of English speaking. 8) It is most effective in poverty alleviation & employment generation for the most
marginalized & vulnerable section of society, i.e., BPL, scheduled caste, backward
class & minority community women.

9) Fulfills the vision of "Skill India" &"Beti padhao beti bachao".
Anugraha Annual Report G. CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY:
Since its inception, Anugraha has collaborated and has been supported in its social welfare & health care projects by leading private & public sector companies. Under the CSR Initiatives of Anugraha, a wide range of social and community development projects are being implemented, in collaboration with leading Public sector units and Banks, such as: ♦ Holistic Learning, Educational Inputs, Health Care for school students, Counselling, training & Employment Resource Centre for vulnerable & marginalized women, Health & Hygiene Awareness campaigns in Slum Schools, Stree Shakti campaign for adolescent girls. ♦ Conducting social audit of the Companies and preparing field need assessment & feasibility project reports. As a nodal agency in the area of training, capacity building, networking , advocacy, research, monitoring and evaluation, Anugraha collaborates with leading Corporate agencies in following areas: ♦ Map current ‘needs' & ‘resources' based on the baseline data, Identify, key local social development issues / challenges and assist on the Project formulation & development, ♦ Provide technical inputs & assistance for implementation, monitoring, evaluation and authentic documentation, Provide effective avenues to publicize the CSR initiatives of your organisation in national & global forums, ♦ Undertake advocacy & awareness generation and designing of IEC /publicity material on CSR activities. ♦ Undertake sensitization of the employees ( HR Dept.) in CSR issues and conduct training workshops in pre & post retirement planning. Compile and document annual CSR Report and conduct social audit.
G (i) Conference & Advocacy sponsorships :
ƒ Power sector PSUs- NTPC, Power Finance Corporation Ltd., Power Grid Corp. Ltd., ƒ Petroleum sector PSUs- ONGC Ltd., GAIL, Indian Oil Corporation. Ltd., BPCL, HPCL, Oil India Ltd. , ƒ Others- BHEL, NMDC, Engineers India Ltd., Airports Authority of India , MTNL, ƒ Banks: Syndicate, Union Bank ,Oriental bank of commerce, National Housing Bank Anugraha Annual Report G (ii) Holistic Learning & Health Care

ƒ Title : A Comprehensive project for Holistic Learning, Educational Inputs &
Health Care for school students in Delhi NCR ƒ Sponsored by - ONGC Ltd.
ƒ Target Groups & Beneficiaries: Approx. 500 school going girls (BPL,
Backward, Orphans & marginalized classes). ƒ Duration: October 2010-12
ƒ Area covered : Govt. Girls Schools, Kalyanpuri, Delhi
ƒ Aims: to initiate a set of coordinated activities to educate, train & empower
school children, especially girl child from backward, BPL categories and those living in slum / other low income areas so that disadvantaged conditions which surround them. Following are the summarized activities conducted:
Holistic Health care
(Pediatric/ Adolescent)
Activity
Objective
Topics Covered
1. Holistic Health Camp
Organize health check up • Check weight, height, blood pressure and hospital's medical team. blood sample of the children. • Team of Doctors examined the girls and suggested some medicines if required. 2. Distribution of
To organize Preventive / • Distributed Spectacles, Medicines, Medicines and assistive aids to the needy girls to increase the opportunities to better health access for them. 3. Distribution of Dustbins,
To supplement necessary • Distributed Drinking water tanks in and required material as water tanks, water filters, wall clocks, first-aid-kits to the school. 4. Sports Competition
To provide them a form • Provided them a form for physical exercises to do their physical where they can show their capacities. Anugraha Annual Report 5. Awareness
Information dissemination • PNDT programmes- Lectures, AV Shows, Film shows • Legal rights of girl Educational Inputs
Activity
Objective
Topics Covered
6. Distribution of Bags,
To supplement necessary • Distributed and required education material as per demand. stationary (pen, sharpeners) to the school authority. 7. Annual career guidance
procedures and uses of techniques, career management with the guidance, techniques help of making schedule, career guidance and with exam phobia. personal problems. 8. Study Tour To Bal
• Exposure of Study exposure of educational tour to Bal Bhawan. • Educational games 9. Painting Competition
Make the children aware • Children regarding healthy actively and showed environment and to their keen interest in provide them a platform for their confidence building. 10. Distribution of
To supplement necessary • Distributed Magazines , Sports and required education magazines, journals items , journals material as per demand. and sports items among the children to enhance their moral education. 11. Distribution of
• Provided facility for Computers with Internet computer with Internet computer learning to facility to run the the children. computer classes. 12. Awareness
Information dissemination • Importance programmes- Lectures, education in life. AV Shows, Film shows reading newspapers. • Film show on HIV Anugraha Annual Report AIDS to generate awareness. • Brainstorming Hygiene sanitation,
Eco – friendly environment promotion
Activity
13. Distribution of Sanitation To provide sanitation kits • Distributed
& tools to the girl children providing in sufficient
quantity and quality to
survive and stay in good
health.
14. Awareness
Information dissemination • Eco programmes- Lectures, AV Shows, Film shows • Importance of Health • Clean community: Anugraha Annual Report Educational
Health care
sanitation,
Environment
promotion
Preventive /
Outreach
Counselling
Cleanliness
campaigns
Life skills
Monthly health
Provision of
checkup camps,
sanitation kits
Health cards
Educational
Spectacles,
aids, uniforms,
Medicines,
Anugraha Annual Report G (iii) Multi purpose vehicle for senior citizens, Dehradun
o Sponsored by - ONGC Ltd.
o Target Groups & Beneficiaries: Attending to transportation and medical
needs of infirm, indigent and physically challenged older persons of Dehradun. o Launched: April,2013
o Area covered : Uttarakhand
o Outcome:
As large number of retired persons & senior citizens reside in Dehradun, there was need to increase mobility of elderly persons to access basic needs. Keeping this in view, a "Multipurpose vehicle for senior citizens" was donated to Anugraha by Hon. Governor, Uttarakhand with financial assistance from ONGC. This was be useful in attending to transportation and medical needs of infirm, indigent and physically challenged older persons. This vehicle will also used by local senior citizens in case of medical emergencies or for excursion trips, etc, Hon'ble Chief Guest: H.E Dr. Aziz Qureshi, Governor of Uttarakhand launched this vehicle and dedicated it to the elderly of Dehradun, in presence of senior officials of ONGC, Anugraha trustees, officers from Govt. of Uttarakhand & Rajbhawan. G (iv) Comprehensive Educational & Health Interventions For Empowering
the Girl Child

o Sponsored by - Petronet LNG Ltd. Delhi
o Target Groups & Beneficiaries: Approx. 200 school going girls (BPL,
Backward, Orphans & marginalized classes). o Duration: January, 2013 to March, 2014
o Area covered : Delhi NCR & Faridabad, Haryana
o Outcome: This was a total women centric and empowerment project
supported by Petronet LNG Ltd. This project entailed complete involvement and participation of women. It succeeded in their holistic empowerment through providing non formal education, health care, income security, training, employment generation through their social inclusion in the mainstream of society. This project fostered holistic development and fuller participation of marginalized women by increasing their skill levels and access to opportunity. Increased awareness among the girl children & marginalized communities with regard to high levels of educational achievement, improvement of life skills among the girl children such as thinking skill, social skills and negotiating skills which may lead to their personality development. Anugraha Annual Report Summarized outcome :
Holistic Health care
Activity Objective
Holistic Health Camps
With medical inputs from -Checked weight, height, Fortis Escorts & Aster blood pressure & blood eye care's medical team, sample; conduct detailed -Suggested medication, examination & conduct individual consultation - Gynae consultation - Ayurvedic medicines and consultation Yoga & Meditation session
To promote healthy -Yoga and meditation lifestyle & generate awareness on benefits -Deep breathing of exercise exercises. -Mental exercises on positive thinking: behavior patterns - Spiritual guidance Distribution of Spectacles,
To provide free access Approx. 150 specs, 10 Medicines, assistive Aids
to hearing aids, hearing aids distributed Distribution of footmats, Dustbins,
Activity conducted as First aid kits etc in schools
necessary and required part of "Clean your material as per demand. school campaign" Sports Material distribution
To encourage students 3 events held in 3 & provide them a forum schools. Over 150 for physical exercises students covered. Variety of sports material distributed. One of the schools was for mentally challenged children and also for drug rehab youth. Distribution of Sanitation Kits
To provide sanitation kits Kits containing Medikar & tools to the girl Shampoo, Dettol, comb, children providing in handkerchief, nail cutter, sufficient quantity and soaps etc. distributed to quality to survive and 500 students in spl. stay in good health. function by Deputy commissioner Faridabad and deputy chief of Anugraha Annual Report Mission ,embassy of Ireland. Educational Inputs
Distribution of educational material To supplement
Distributed Bags, books, & music instruments
necessary and required uniforms stationary and education material to also variety of musical needy students instruments in all 3 identified schools. Geographical area maps, educational charts, wall clocks, notice display boards given to school authorities. Painting & slogan writing
To tap the creative Series of painting Competition
faculties and encourage competitions held on its expression different themes: – respecting your elderly, Greening Delhi, My School etc. Prizes were distributed to the winners Distribution of Magazines
Newspapers , journals
necessary and required supplemented their education material as school library and per demand. encouraged reading habits among students Training workshop on "Safety &
To provide tips on Motivational talks, security of girl child"
safety & prevention of interactive open house physical abuse. session, AV show on female foeticide, safety tips, self defence etc by experts Tuition support & English
To provide remedial Remedial classes on spl. speaking classes
classes & English subjects held as per the need of the students, Basic knowledge of English speaking imparted. Anugraha Annual Report
H. Bal Arogya and Bal Shiksha
Area: Dehradun , Uttarakhand and Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh
Target
Approx. 1200 Children per month, from the age group 5-14 years from low income and backward classes ⇒ Supported
Servel Pfore group company, SRS group and private individual ⇒ Activities: Rapid appraisal and survey, provision of Direct Healthcare Inputs,
necessary preventives: Tetanus toxoid, Vitamin A, Iron tablets etc., First aid kits, etc. Distribution of supplementary nutrition, fruits and other items. Holistic learning, education inputs and vocational training to disadvantaged children. Initiative for health, nutrition and hygiene for children. Counselling and awareness programmes for parents, provision of educational aids, uniforms and scholarships to needy students. Main focus on orphan & disabled children. Anugraha Annual Report V. Monitoring, Evaluation and Liaison with NGOs
Regarding monitoring of the work of the grantee institutions, RRTC team contacted
the ageing section in the Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment, GoI and collected
and compiled the list of NGOs receiving Grant-in-aid in states of Delhi, Haryana and
Uttarakhand. A comprehensive format was developed to collect and compile basic
information on the NGOs receiving Grant in aid from the Ministry of Social justice &
Empowerment. The purpose was to collect comprehensive information regarding
their project , pattern of GIA received, problems faced by the NGOs, feedback and
suggestions of the NGOs,to assess the Training needs of the functionaries of NGOs.
NGO Partners of RRTC Anugraha
Manav Avam Jan Kalyan Gramya Mahila Kalyan
Educational Society

New India Educational
Lok Kalyan foundation
Ramrajya Gramin Vikas
and Cultural Society
Manav Propkari Sansthan Chaubisee Vikas Sangathan
Jan Jagriti Sewa Samiti
John Day Care Centre
Janta Kalyan Samiti
Bhartiya Gram Sudhar
Sabha
Amar Jyoti Foundation
Samaj Kalyan Siksha Samiti
Eco Club
Adarsh Saraswati Shiksha
Samiti
Haryana Nav Yuvak Kala
Sangam
Akhil Bhartiya Nav Yuvak
Kala Sangam
Association for welfare of
handicapped
Gram Swarajya Sansthan
Akhil Bhartiya Sant
Haridass Samaj Sewa Sangh
Haryana Gramin Vikas
Samiti

Anugraha Annual Report VI. Looking Ahead…… vision for the future….
¾ A Holistic Residential care Home for Destitute Elderly &
Orphan children.
¾ Short Stay Retirement Homes
¾ Setting up State level Day care, Recreation wellness
¾ Income generation & Skill development Programmes
¾ Helpline & Counselling cells
¾ Conducting Training & Sensitization Programmes for
"Home care givers".
¾ Strengthening Socio-Economic and health support for
destitute older persons left behind in the villages.
Anugraha Annual Report OUTREACH
Uttarakhand
B-33 Arya Nagar
Swabhiman
Buddha Park,
Apts. 91 I.P. Extn,
Raja Chowk,
Delhi-92
Cantonment Board
Ph- 011-22234969
SGM Nagar,
, Dehradun.
Ph- 0135-2752244
Faridabad.
@gmail.com
@gmail.com
B-37 2nd floor, Lane
Samman Kendra
no. 15, Madhu Vihar,
Topkhana Bazar
I.P. Extn., Delhi-92.
Ambala Cantt.
gmail.com
Anugraha Annual Report VIII. Join Hands to help and support
How to contribute…. An Invitation………………………. To you to join hands in this humanitarian mission…… Share your blessings, love & concern with those in need I……………………… would like to contribute a sum of Rs. through Cheque/DD.
No……… to Anugraha towards :

Being Life Member
Rs. 25000/-
Being Annual Member
Being Monthly Member
Rs. 250/-
Supporting Widow & elderly destitutes
Rs. 3000/-
(medicines, food & clothing)
(per person per annum)
Supporting Bal Shiksha
(Holistic education & nutrition for school drop-
(per child per annum)
out children)
Supporting Vocational training & Income
generation projects for needy girls
(per girl per annum)
Anugraha Annual Report 2. Address
3. Telephone (Mobile & Landline)
In words……………………. in favour of "Anugraha", Name of Bank…………………………………….
(Contribute to Anugraha, registered as Society, are eligible for tax relief under 80G of Indian Income
Tax Act (1961) vide order no. (
सी. . 37(47) कर मुिक्त / देहरादून / 201112/5953 dt. 05.01.2012. Valid from
01.04.2011
Registered under Foreign Contribution Registration Act 1976.)

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