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We made a modest beginning from 31-10-2012 with few development activities in this region .Onward we have initiated different kind of projects to benefit the local public .This journey of 6 years, with ups and down has been a huge learning & experience.

As this report shows we either directly provide services or facilitate the needy to access services provided by others the focus of each program has been the weaker section, sick, poor and orphan children.

We are now at a cusp of growth to take the next step from providing facilities,, and services to provide long term solution.

A set of villages benefits from our health, education and skill development programs in Jammu & its adjoining areas. During the previous years, we have developed a report with the beneficiaries in these villages. We need to convert the goodwill for proactive engagement these beneficiaries in issues such as prevention of female foeticide, other health Hazards, Water & Sanitation, Women & youth empowerment etc.

To this end we need to bring about a change in the way we do things. To begin with, we need to change the way we collect data. At present are information of our day to day activities is captured in daily report so that we can maintain a high level of transparency and accountability. We now need to augment this exercise with continuous system of impact assessment and course correction. For our new upcoming projects we need to upgrade the skills of our staff and social workers. We have always been proud of the fact that individual donors are our main support. We want to bring more value to their unstinted support. We also hope garner the support of more institutional donors in the future.

We could also tap new CSR initiatives for the Sustainable development of deprived weaker section of community.

In all these years, we have been unwavering in our mission to assist and support the poor and destitute. We hope that with the proposed changes in the future we can make real difference in the lives of our fellow citizens from weaker sections.



Abdullah Chatwal