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Rajasthan Mahila Kalyan Mandal Sanstha (RMKM)

Helping differently-abled
assured_image Differently Abled Rajasthan
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Sponsor vocational training for a disabled adult
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Awards & Recognition
National Laadli Media and Advertising Award, Outstanding work in the field of Social Work, Spirit of Humanity Award, Pakhar Singh Foundation Award in 2014, Accountability and transparency award, Guidestar India - Platinum, CII Women Exemplar Award
Last audited December 2018
It all began on 18th July 1975 when a flash flood hit the holy city of Ajmer in Rajasthan. Mr. Sagarmal Kaushik, a railway employee stood up to mobilize relief materials for victims of the flood. He continued his efforts in different social work activities. In the year 1987 he streamlined his efforts and registered Rajasthan Mahila Kalyan Mandal Sanstha, Ajmer on 4th September. Rajasthan Mahila Kalyan Mandal Sanstha (RMKM) is a voluntary organization inspired by community development strategies of Mahatma Gandhi. RMKM strives to improve lives of rural people and differently abled. RMKM works with rural communities and the differently abled to rehabilitate them by enabling ownership over areas like environment, institutions and communication. The organization has grown in terms of population coverage, geographical areas, multidimensional and varied development intervention supported through dynamic development strategies with a focus on people living below poverty line, intellectually challenged, the women and the aged. RMKM seeks to partner with and empower these groups to face the incongruities of their demanding home-land with the modernizing world. education provided to Mentally challenged children - 750 B.Ed, D.Ed, Volunteers - 90 Goat based livelihood, SHGs, Micro-finance, Handicraft training - 2804 FSW, IDUs, Migrants and Childline - 11153 In 2017, RMKM was awarded the Social Achievers Award-2017 by the Mr. Rajendra Agarwal Member of Parliament, Meerut (U.P.) from G.I.P. Foundation at New Delhi. They also got the Best Exhibition Award by the Mr. Vasudev Devnani, education Minister Govt. of Rajasthan during Nav Samvatsar Function for their work in the field of disability.
Leadership Kshama R. Kaushik
Cutomised teching methods for the differently abled,Expenses incurred in the education of children
Rajasthan Mahila Kalyan Mandal Sanstha (RMKM) runs Daksha Vocational Training Centre for the specially abled and the mentally challenged children/adults in its campus in the Chachivyas village of Ajmer, Rajasthan. Its objective is to make the specially abled self sufficient and an active member of the society. It imparts vocational skill to ensure that the beneficiaries can earn their livelihood and become financially independent. The vocational unit of RMKM has a wooden unit, a stationary unit, a deco unit and a vermi compost unit. How it works: * The Training Centre was supported by Vibha Inc., U.S.A. for five years. It used to take care of the trainers' salaries, raw material required for the units and conveyance of the beneficiaries * Now, the centre is being run with the help of public and individual donations Statistics: * Total number of vocational training units at the centre - 4 * Regular beneficiaries at the centre - 27

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