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SPECTRA org.

Alwar
1  Name of the Organization  Society for Public Education Cultural Training & Rural
Action (SPECTRA)
2  Address  Head office -----Block E, Plot no-11 , Patel Nagar,
Mannaka Road Alwar, Rajasthan (India)-301001
 Branch office--- Gothra and Tijara
4  Pin Code  301001

5  Ph. No. & Fax No. with STD code  9414857385

6  E-mail  spectraalw@gmail.com ,
spectra_alw22@hotmail.com
7  Name & designation of Chief  Pradeep Pundhir
Functionary

9  Registration detail Act under which  Register under Rajasthan Societies Registration Act. 1958,
registered Date of registration a corresponding state Act of Indian Societies Reg. Act 1890
, 101/96-97 Date: - 31 Oct. 1996

10  FCRA No. (If available)  125420041

11  Banking details (Account No.,  ICICI A/C -028501000348


names & address of bank)

12  PAN No.  AABAS5721J

13  Fixed assets (land & building) as Rs-200000/- incurred in Audit Report last 3 yrs
per Audited balance sheet.

14  Number of full & Part time staff  Full Time- 13 and Part time- 89

15  Details of technical staff Paodetrician-1, Physician-1, Gynecologist female-1,


Paramedical staff-2, Engineers-2 , Masons-10, (Part time)
Driver-1,
16  Does the NGO have experience of  Yes,
working with CBOs? provide details
 We are working with VWSCs , Dairy groups , and
if any.
SHGs
 Organization run a successful programme as a
Mother NGO of Film Divisons, Government of India.In
this programme there are 7 NGOs (namely- ISDS,
Paryavarna Manav Uthan Sansthan, Lok kalyan
Sansthan, Saint Kabir Shikshan Sansthan,
Hindusthan shikshan Sansthan, Jan Sambal
Sansthan, & Meera Shikshan Sansthan) Through the
NGOs, conducting IEC between the school children
and villagers through films and Katputli. These
programmes are Educative and informative in nature
and are for the benefit of the school children and
villagers.
17  Details of NGOs presence &  7 NGOs (names are - ISDS, Paryavarna Manav
networking in the district for which Uthan Sansthan, Lok kalyan Sansthan, Saint Kabir
grant is sought. Shikshan Sansthan, Hindusthan shikshan Sansthan,
Jan Sambal Sansthan, & Meera Shikshan Sansthan)
According the NGO or area grant is sought out as
per head wise to cover their expenditure
18  Has NGO been evaluated by any  Yes , for the greening India Project by DFO
Independent agency? If yes attach
report

 Has Government Department /


19  NO
Ministry / CAPART ever blacklisted
or imposed funding restriction
On the NGO? (Please provide
details, if yes)

20. Brief resume of work done


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Year Name of Objective & key Geographical Source of


Project strategies Area & Source Funds
Geographical Area & beneficiaries of Funds Amount of
beneficiaries Funds (Rs.)

2005 A) Total • Base line survey for Hanumangarh , Central 123176.00


project implementation Kauroli, Alwar , Govt. &
Sanitation
Dausa Govt. of
Project Rajasthan

2005 HHI Trg Tijara , Womens From DIC. 15500.00


 To self sustain the poor
Bhiwadi
women and make sure
that they learn how to
sew.
2005 Self Help  To form the self help Tijara , Womens Zila 22700.00
group SGSY groups for self parishad.
employment
2005 National • To awareness the Tijara , Villagers Ministry of 5000.00
Environment
masses through Environm
Awareness
Campaign environment awareness ent and
campaign Forest,

• To generate awareness Govt. of


among children through India
various competitions.
2005 Child Labour • To educate child labours Bansur , Labours Labour 102422/-
School and
through Non formal Ministry,
Rehabilitation
programme education Govt. of
India, New
Delhi.
2006 Women & • To Diseminate K.bas , Villagers Health
Child Health Departme 46450.00
information on family
Programme nt JPr
planning
• To organize health
camps
2006 Rashtriya • To awareness the Tijara , Villagers Sewa 17000.00
Jagarukta Mandir,
masses through
Shiwir Udaipur
environment awareness
campaign
• To generate awareness
among children through
various competitions
2006 Local Media • To aware the media Alwar , Media CMHO & 6325.00
Conference persons about the persons RHSDP
programme
2006 HHI Trg Tijara , Womens From DIC. 17287.00
 To self sustain the poor
Bhiwadi
women and make sure
that they learn how to
sew.
2006 Self Tijara , Youths Youth 26750.00
 To self sustain and self-
Employment Ministry
reliean the youth.
Trg. Expenses Central
Govt.
2006 Youth leader Tijara , Youths Youth 21500.00
 To self sustain and self-
development Ministry
reliean the youth.
Trg. Expenses Central
Govt.
2006 Greening India Bansur , Villagers Min. Of 550000.00
 To plant the various
Forest &
variety of species and
Environm
greening the area.
ent, New
Delhi
2006 “ Freez NRHM & 9600.00
 To provide the service
Mechanic CMHO
Salary Alwar
2006 Child Labour • To educate child labours Bansur , Labours Labour
School and 85637.00
through Non formal Ministry,
Rehabilitation
programme education Govt. of
India, New
Delhi.
2007 B) Total • To make available safe K.bas , Villagers Central 506649/-
Govt. &
Sanitation drinking water to 100%
Govt. of
Project households. Rajasthan
1) District • To promote sanitational
Alwar- and hygienic behavioral
Kishanga practice
rh Bas • To devolop replicable
Block(15 and sustainable models
of sanitations units and
panchaya community based own
ts) system of waterresource
management

2007 Child Labour • To educate child labours Bansur , Labours Labour


School and 200390/-
through Non formal Ministry,
Rehabilitation
programme education Govt. of
India, New
Delhi.
2007 HHI Trg Tijara , Womens From DIC. 17410/-
 To self sustain the poor
Bhiwadi
women and make sure
that they learn how to
sew.
2007 Self- Tijara , Youths Youth 43000/-
 To self sustain and self-
Employment Ministry
reliean the youth.
2. Trg. Central
Expenses Govt.
2007 Rashtriya • To awareness the Tijara , Villagers Cuts, 7800/-
Jagarukta jaipur
masses through
Shiwir
environment awareness
campaign
• To generate awareness
among children through
various competitions
2007 Local Media • To create awareness Alwar , villagers CMHO & 31285.00
IEC among the villagers for RHSDP
institutional delivery
,immunizations—etc
2007 “ Freez NRHM & 54000.00
 To provide the service
Mechanic CMHO
Salary Alwar
2007 “ Computer NRHM & 9000.00
 To provide the service
operator CMHO
Salary Alwar
2007 Functional • To bring out the Alwar , Villagers Amar 55000/-
counseling
behavioral change in the singh
target population Foundatio

• To rpovide education n Trust

and awareness for Bombay

bloody safety. STD and


HIV issues.
• To promote the use of
condom as a tool of
HIV/STD prevention
• Creating an enabling
environment through
interpersonal counseling
for Blood safety and
STD/HIV prevention and
cure.
2008 Women & • To Diseminate K.bas , Villagers Health
Child Health Departme 46450.00
information on family
Programme nt JPr
planning
• To organize health
camps
2008 Rashtriya • To awareness the Pratapgarh CUTS 15000.00
Jagarukta
masses through
Shiwir
environment awareness
campaign
• To generate awareness
among children through
various competitions
2008 Local Media • To aware the media Alwar , Media CMHO & 12547.00
Conference persons about the persons RHSDP
programme
2008 HHI Trg Tijara , Womens From DIC. 17000.00
 To self sustain the poor
Bhiwadi
women and make sure
that they learn how to
sew.
2008 Self Tijara , Youths Youth 29000.00
 To self sustain and self-
Employment Ministry
reliean the youth.
Trg. Expenses Central
Govt.
2008 Youth leader Tijara , Youths Youth 24500.00
 To self sustain and self-
development Ministry
reliean the youth.
Trg. Expenses Central
Govt.
2008 Greening India Bansur , Villagers Min. Of 450000.00
 To plant the various
Forest &
variety of species and
Environm
greening the area.
ent, New
Delhi
2008 “ Freez NRHM & 9600.00
 To provide the service
Mechanic CMHO
Salary Alwar
2008 Child Labour • To educate child labours Bansur , Labours Labour
School and 124522.00
through Non formal Ministry,
Rehabilitation
programme education Govt. of
India, New
Delhi.
2009 C) Total • To make available safe K.bas , Villagers Central 506649/-
Govt. &
Sanitation drinking water to 100%
Govt. of
Project households. Rajasthan
2) District • To promote sanitational
Alwar- and hygienic behavioral
Kishanga practice
rh Bas • To develop replicable
Block(15 and sustainable models
of sanitations units and
panchaya community based own
ts) system of waterresource
management

2009 Child Labour • To educate child labours Bansur , Labours Labour


School and 200390/-
through Non formal Ministry,
Rehabilitation
programme education Govt. of
India, New
Delhi.
2009 HHI Trg Tijara , Womens From DIC. 17410/-
 To self sustain the poor
Bhiwadi
women and make sure
that they learn how to
sew.
2009 Self- Tijara , Youths Youth 43000/-
 To self sustain and self-
Employment Ministry
reliean the youth.
2. Trg. Central
Expenses Govt.
2009 Rashtriya • To awareness the Tijara , Villagers Cuts, 7800/-
Jagarukta jaipur
Shiwir masses through
environment awareness
campaign
• To generate awareness
among children through
various competitions
2009 Local Media • To create awareness Alwar , villagers CMHO & 31285.00
IEC among the villagers for RHSDP
institutional delivery
,immunizations--etc
2009 “ Freez NRHM & 54000.00
 To provide the service
Mechanic CMHO
Salary Alwar
2009 “ Computer NRHM & 9000.00
 To provide the service
operator CMHO
Salary Alwar
2009 Functional • To bring out the Pratapgarh Amar 55000/-
counseling
behavioral change in the singh
target population Foundatio

• To rpovide education n Trust

and awareness for Bombay

bloody safety. STD and


HIV issues.
• To promote the use of
condom as a tool of
HIV/STD prevention
• Creating an enabling
environment through
interpersonal counseling
for Blood safety and
STD/HIV prevention and
cure.
Society for Public Education, Cultural Training & Rural Action
(SPECTRA)
Block E, Plot no-11, Patel Nagar, Mannaka Road, Alwar, 301001 Raj.
Tel: 0144-2371217
E-mail: spectra_alw22@hotmail.com
Introduction of Organization
Name Society for Public Education, Cultural Training & Rural Action
(SPECTRA)
Address Block E, Plot no –11 Patel Nagar, Mannaka Road, Alwar, and 301001
Raj.
Telephone No. 0144-2371217
E-mail Address spectra_alw22@hotmail.com
Registration No. 101/96-97 Date 31 October 1996 Reg. Under
And Date of Reg. Rajasthan Societies Registration Act. 1958
FCRA No. 125420041
Name of the Chief Prdeep Pundhir
Functionary Tel.No. (O) 0144-2371217
(M) 9414857385,
Spectra is a voluntary development organization involved in rural and development work in
Alwar district, Rajasthan, India, since 1996-97. The area covered by the project has a
predominately Mev population, with an agriculture-based economy. However, almost two thirds
of the populations are land less laborers. Only 40% of males and 20% of females are literate,
Programme undertaken by SPECTRA include: Installation of hand pumps for drinking water,
sanitation, agricultural improvement, wastelands development, education through eight
schools, rural industries for income generation, development of alternative energy sources, and
women development and awareness generation. There was a lot of more dialogue and
discussion with the village people, and formation of village level groups to help plan and
implement development programmes.
The ultimate goal of Spectra is to effect an improvement in the health of disadvantaged
women in rural areas by providing gender sensitive management training to health coordinators
while emphasizing self help and promoting local health tradition to empower women, Spectra
recognize that women have been making a valuable contribution to health care, both at the
household and community level.
Here, we focus on programmes and activities related to women. During the first decade,
due the several reasons more emphasis was placed on mother and children. The main objective
was to reduce the burben of morbidity and mortality among them. Gradually, other aspects of
women’s health ware taken up-such as reduction of the burden of unwanted childbirth,
generation about reproductive health among youngsters, treatment of Reproductive Infections
and childless couples etc.
 Spectra has been organizing poor, self employed women for full employment and reliance
since 1996-97 though our focus is on helping women achieve self reliance, during the course
of our work we observed several problems concerning poor women's health that were
impeding this objective.
 Women often say: -“ our health is our only wealth” or As long as we are healthily, we can
work.
The basis approach of the organization is providing an integrated package of health service to
meet the multiple and varied needs of the people at there doorsteps.
We have tried to make the services convergent at the user as well as at the same time, cost
–effective, and affordable. We have also tried to encourage the participation of people I the
programme, keeping in mind their social, cultural and economic perspectives.
Vision & Mission: -
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The main problems, to which this org. is concerned, are sustainability in water, illiteracy,
ignorance, unemployment, poverty, women & childcare , watershed development etc. Therefore,
it is visualized to minimize these problems through the essential tools of communication and
learning, which is pre-condition for person’s physical, mental and economic growth. This is to
ensure development of their potentials, sustainable working conditions and a harmonious living
with dignity & peace.
Around 70% of Indian population is dependent on agriculture in one way or other, most of
these people suffer on account of non availability of continuous employment and proper returns.
To solve this gigantic problem the immediate need of the time is to ‘diversify’ the MANPOWER
from agriculture to other sectors of working and employment and preparing the people by
education, motivation, information and skills to change over to new avenues.
The other important aspect to be taken immediate attention at priority basis is the growing
desertification receding water level, depleting forest, degradation of Environment.

Founders of the Organization: -


Brief details regarding organization - few energetic persons of the organization who have very
largely contributed in develop the org. The important personalities associated with this org. are
Sh. N.L Sharma a professor with University of Rajasthan, Department of English, a social scientist
Shri Ved prakash solanki retired Lecturer in collage Education .And few of A civil Engineer ,
Technical adviser , Agricultural expert and horticultural side experts, who has made a very
significant contribution in establishment and drive in right direction. Sh. Surendra singh an
educationist is for development and establishment of social, cultural environment, educationist &
Social Scientist who is equipped with inherent social psyche to make people cooperative & helpful.
He have many achievements of social service at his credit. He is the guiding force to the
organization. Sh. Pawan kumar all time helpful and guide of the Org. Sh Pradeep Singh former
project manger in social sector and now as president of org and social worker who gives more
time for execution of policies and programme of the org., Smt. Kusum lata chauhan has been
dealing with women’s issues and social aspects, besides advocacy, supervision on raising the
Organization. Dr. D.B Gupta a retired C&MHO who is to make an important contribution in
building the physical, medical & health care of Org.
Aims and Objectives of the organization:
1. To arrange modern education and training for all round development of students & adults
rural education, nationalism, social integration, besides this inculcation in them intellectual
cultural and heritage values and motivating them to follow them.
2. To help in solving the problems of development of industries, self dependence and
increasing population, un employment imparting training in the field of technology and
raising avenues for self employment.
3. Development of scientific knowledge, technical expertise, modern & hereditary artistic
items for village handicaps and weaker sections of the society along with their social
intellectual, and rules for forestry development etc.
4. Keeping in very the human service as basis for the development betterment of backward
& poor, arrange living accommodation with clean environment self employment, medical
& health services and other civil amenities work for awareness about forest, women
equality children protection and against exploitation.
5. To carry out all those activities for the development of society and promotion of objects of
the society .
6. Keeping in view the local and national needs promoting the education, through various
languages literature, science, arts technology health and others, present and others,
present and future educational systems and opening, schools, collages Training.
Institution, Hostels & hospitals, orphanage with special attention of women and child
development.
7. Protection of child right, safety health and education. Combating exploitation of child
labour, slavery, sale of child sexual abuse, domestic violence. Under domestic and inter
national laws and work for their education, training and rehabilitation

Health
The goal of the SPECTRA As health programme is to achieve sustainable improvements in
health status among vulnerable groups, especially the geographically remote, women of
childbearing age and children under five.
Health is more then health care, while the SPECTRA work the strengthen health systems
and services, it also promotes initiatives that offer people the knowledge and skills to avoid
illness. These measures include educating women and girls and enabling families to adopt
appropriate hygiene practices. In addition, the SPECTRA supports testing and implementation of
income-generating strategies that allow households and communities to acquire better nutrition
and health status. Increased income enables communities to improve nutritional status,
particularly that of women and children, and to build and maintain water and sanitation
systems.
Education
 A major goal of the SPECTRA is to improve the quality of basic education. Four objectives set
the wider agenda: ensuring better early caring and learning environments for young children;
increasing access to education; keeping children in school longer; and raising levels of
academic achievement. In common with other donor agencies, the SPECTRA intend those girls,
the very poor, and geographically remote populations should receive special attention. Of the
may factors, that influences the quality of basis education.
SPECTRA education portfolio is distinctive in one other respect. It interprets’ basis
education’ as the continuation of learning which stretches from birth to adolescence. In
developing countries, the young children and the family portfolio is experimenting in both rural
and urban settings with various community-based approaches that enhance early childcare and
education opportunities, A common concern across most of these projects is the quality of
experience received as a child moves from home to early childhood development settings to
primary school.
Rural Development
The SPECTRA is committed to reducing rural poverty, particularly in resource-poor,
degraded or remote environments. It concentrates on a small number of programms of
significant sale. The model of participatory rural development it has pioneered combines a set
of common development principles with the flexibility to respond to specific contexts and
needs.
Programmes typically link elements such as rural savings and credit, natural resource
management, productive infrastructure development, increased agricultural productivity and
human skill development with a central concern for community-level participation and decision-
making. The ultimate goal is to enable community members to make informed choices from a
range of appropriate options for sustainable and equitable development.
A central strategy has been to crate or strengthen an institutional structure at the village
level through which people can determine priority needs decide how best to manage common
resources in the interests of the community as a whole. Whether, broad-based or task-specific,
these village organizations’ also serve to represent the community to the government and two
other development partners, including NGOs and the private sector.
Social capital built at the local level provides a supportive environment for enlarging the
economic assets of a community and for harnessing individual self-interest to generate income
growth in a equitable and sustainable manner.
Assets are typically built through community management of neutral resources-water
storage, irrigation infrastructure, soil conservation or forestry – or the construction of basic
economic infrastructure, such as rural roads or agricultural storage facilities.
Income growth is promoted by increasing agricultural productivity through improved
farming methods, input supply, marketing, land development and management reform or by
increasing off-farm income and supporting enterprise development.
Local capital is mobilized by promoting savings and development financial services to
enable broad access to credit on a sustainable basis.
Training programme support the effectiveness and sustainability of the village-level
institutions by providing the management and technical skills needed to plan, implement and
maintain local development activities.
The SPECTRA is committed to building the knowledge base in rural development through
learning, analyzing and disseminating lessons learners from field experience.
Community Participation
The benefits of community participation in development programme have been richly
demonstrated. Local people can acquire the organized capacity to define and meet common
needs on a sustainable basis.
Each year the range of problems poor communities’ address through participatory efforts grows
– as does the SPECTRAs understanding of what is needed to champion local initiative.
Full participation comes most quickly when there are immediate, tangible benefits from
community action. Projects that bring economic rewards, for instance, move forward faster than
those aimed solely at preventing health problems. As community organizations created for
economic benefit mature, however, they gain the confidence and vision to address longer-term
social needs successfully. The potential of these groups is vast.
Support organizations need to listen carefully. Community groups want to be heard, to be
offered choices, to have central roles in project management and a genuine stake in the
outcome. As the Foundation monitors community initiatives in different cultural and
geographical settings, it is learning what combinations of these factors bring maximum social
and economic benefits over time.
It is also learning the limits to the effectiveness of community participation, Experience shows,
for example, that small enterprises are beat run by individuals or partners rather than
community organizations.
Gender and Development
The SPECTRAs is committed to highlighting the essential role of women in the development
process and to facilitating their participation. Research and experience have shown that
considering gender considerations in planning economic and social interventions greatly
increases the probability of their success. In most countries and communities, gender
determines both domestic and productive roles. Women generally have responsibilities for both,
but their ability to contribute to society is constrained by social, cultural and political traditions.
Compared to men, they tend to be less educated, more limited in their options and paid less.
Yet women manage households, raise children, pass knowledge to the next generation,
lend livestock, grew, and process crops and often run businesses to supplement family income.
Families and communities benefit exponentially when women reap greater rewards for their
own efforts and labor. Once sustenance needs are covered, women quickly address the health
and education needs of other generations. To raise the competence and confidence of women –
and, correspondingly, to open the thinking of men-is a long term commitment of the SPECTRAs.
In addition to supporting research and action aimed at making women’s participation a reality,
the SPECTRAs support women with village credit schemes, training in forestry, masonry , crop
and livestock management accounting and marketing. It encourages education and careers for
women.
It looks for ways to engage with men around the attitudinal and structural changes that
flow from programmesthat benefit women.
The Environment
In resource-poor areas, people and the environment are often trapped together in a
downward spiral. Penury of natural resources forces the less privileged to consume the few
resources available to them. The result is deeper poverty deplaned soils, deforested hills,
polluted water, disease, and despair. The Spectra’s rural development programms combine
local organization, appropriate technology, and investment in efforts to reverse this destructive
course. Health, education and capacity development programmes also help to raise awareness
of environmental issues and encourage people to manage to change in the best interests of the
community.
The environment includes natural, built and cultural factors that cut across virtually all
development programmes. Each profoundly, affects the human conditions, and all are
interrelated, Environmental problems are complex and often extremely difficult to slove. Even
the smallest steps in the right direction have positive implications for rich and poor alike.
Child Labourers

Our main objects for child labourers


 To focus public attention and pressure the government to evolve and implement effective
policies and programmes, which would incline having both agricultural and domestic labour
declared as hazardous.
 To highlight sectarian violations against child labours, especially the girl child labourers.
 To impress upon the public the hazards faced by domestic girl child labourers the exploitative
work environment with long hours of work, low rewards, and a relatively high level of physical
and even sexual abuse.
 To demand for the eradication of child labour in general.
FUNDING RESOURCES
The institution initially started with its own resources by contribution of founder members
and some donation, later the funds started coming in mainly from our institutions and there
after come the helping hand from state Govt. Central Govt. institutions. At present DRDA, HRD,
are our main support sources.

President
SPECTRA