The name of the organization (Alamb) reflects its strategic approach of leading the people towards autonomy, i.e., Alamb means self sufficiency. True to its name the organization made a very humble beginning by interacting with the people in small meetings.
A few eminent development management professional got together to register a society on 1st October 1992 with the VISION of “A society with equality and social justice having its own means of sustenance and development” in the Indian region in general and Delhi in particular.
Alamb’s Mission:- “Empowering the socio-economically deprived sections of society towards their self sustenance, motivating them for collective action by developing autonomous social structures through need based program interventions”.
Children, Education, Health, Women
Items accepted as donations:
Computer System – Teaching for beneficiaries of community and site offices
One Vehicle – Omni VAN / Tata Winger for Reach to Unreach community, for providing them the services from Organizations like Health & Schemes Tie Ups.
Small Honda Generator for ALAMB VOCATIONAL CLASSES
PLot No:- 13-A, Om Vihar , Phase-5, Nawada Road, Behind Holy International School, Uttam Nagar, New Delhi-110059.
Preferred Time of Drop-off:
10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Alamb got golden opportunity to work on project on “Empowering Adolescent girls through Education and Vocational Training programmes” supported by VIBHA in 2003. We are very thankful to VIBHA for continuous support that changed lives of many families and adolescent girls towards education and skill training. After getting training, girls were able to get married, earn support income for their family, continue higher education in Graduation, reduce burden of their family economically in the target intervention area.
• 3298 children (958 male and 2340 female) have received education and vocational training. Out of these 1301 children received vocational training in C&T, Beautician and Computer from 2003 – 2012.
• Total 765 children attended education class and Vocational Training. Of these there are 264 boys and 501 girls.
• 524 new children got enrolment during 2011-2012. Of these there are 151 boys and 373 girls.
• 27 children have been mainstreamed. Of these there 13 boys and 14 girls.
• 11 children have been dropped out due to various reasons. Families have been migrated from Delhi and some have shifted their home from target location.
• 285 (87 male and 198 female) children have completed course in NFE and REC and vocational training.
• 69 children have got certificate in vocational training from Alamb Jan Shikshan Sansthan Prayas sponsored by Min. of HRD Govt. of India
• 115 children participated in Bal club monthly meeting.
• 32 PTA (Parents Teachers Association) meetings were conducted in 3 locations.
• 25 girls’ students and staff participated in Yuva Utsaav organized by YMCA Delhi. Children participated in cultural activities- dance, song, play, Paintings, Mehandi work. Alamb put stalls there.
• 545 children and 470 parents participated in Festival Celebration like 15th August, 26th January, 2nd October and other festivals.
• 180 Adolescent girls were counseled on HIV/AIDS, adolescent care, gender, education
• 200 Parents were counseled on child rights, gender, progress of Child, girl’s education in monthly parents meeting.
• Since Alamb is working for child right and have signed a child protection policy with Plan India and Coordinator of Alamb Vibha Project got training on Child Protection Policy given by Plan India.
• 3 Self Help Groups are working at Sector – 16, Dwarka and Transit Camp Hastsal.
• 11 “In house trainings” were conducted for staff.
• All the students continuing in Remedial Education have passed with good numbers.
• Staff received monthly In-house Training on syllabus, curriculum, sports, and class management, teaching methodology.
IN TARGET INTERVENTION PROJECT
During the year 2011-12, 1053 Female Sex Workers have been covered. The project is being implemented in all 8 sites – Moti Bagh, Satya Niketan, Safdarjung, Bhikaji Cama Place, Ber Sarai, JNU, R. K. Puram and Munirika Village.
• Regular contact was done to 940 FSWs By Peers Educators and ORWs. FSWs were distributed free condom, STD treatment, and counseling. FSWs were referred for HIV testing to ICTC. FSWs take help through regular contact.
• Within 12 months of activities we received 336000 condoms and 291696 condoms were distributed. Condoms distribution through Peers & ORWs 224335 and Outlet through 67361. The condom was distributed through 17 peers, outlets 22. Condom demonstration is done by Peers and ORWs in DIC and Hot spots meetings.
IN PLAN INDIA PROJECT
Set up 32 children clubs and one Child Media Club of school going children
Set up 32 Adolescents club with 200 peer educators and Two Health Information Centre
32 Women Solidarity Groups have been set up to strengthen women empowerment and advocacy
32 Youth group have been set up to strengthen youth force.
15 Pregnant mothers group formed and their regular capacity building through monthly meeting
Set up 01 WASH theater group of school going children
So far more than 450 youth have been trained under VT project and 315 of them got placement (Jobs) under Saksham project
Partnership with 12 Govt schools (MCD) and 22 ECCD centers (DCW) to carry out the LWF campaign in our operational area.
4 School management committee restructured insuring community & parent representation
Strengthen school infrastructure through safe drinking water supply through ultra filtration in 6 Govt school
Science lab support in one Govt schools
Capacity building of 30 Govt School teachers and 34 AWC staff done through training on positive discipline
2 BAL Suraksha Dal has developed safety net in community, and reports the case of child abuse.
IEC material generation and printing on domestic violence, child protection, child marriage and Substance abuse
26 child abuse cases reported, referred and responded through day Quarterly Stock taking on child abuse cases
12 wash committee set up in school
Bal Sadan meeting and orientation in our 12 school regular.
IN ALAMB- GRC , SSS MISSION CONVERGENCE PROJECT
Total Nos. of beneficiaries visited to GRC : 3841
Total Nos. of learners trained under vocational trainings : 363
Total Nos. of learners educated under NFE : 122
Total Nos. of beneficiaries covered under legal component : 935
Six Health camps were organized in which : 1312 patients were benefited with medicines, checkup & Health awareness.
24 Health OPD were Organized at GRC on fortnightly basis to medical facilitation at community level in which 1300 patients were diagnosed.
12 Nutrition camps held in different catchment areas of GRC on different issues such as Nutrition Supplement for Adolescent , Pregnant mother, Lactating mothers, Middle /old age women, Diabetics & on Anemia and calcium deficiency ,No. of beneficiaries benefited 485 .
Mensurational Hygiene girls & women were about the safe Mensurational practices, and they were also promoted to use the sanitary napkins in place of cloth. These sanitary pads were available at the GRC on subsidies rate. Total 882 napkins sold.
35 Legal Counseling sessions were conducted at GRC for the victim of Domestic violence, Dowry, women gender & sexual rights, property disputes, road accident, neighborhood dispute etc.
36 Legal Awareness camp were organized in all the catchment areas of GRC for spreading awareness on The RTI Act-2005, Motor Accident Vehicle Act, The JJ Act, The Abolition of Child labour Act, The Domestic violence Act- 2005, The Right to Education Act-2009, Section 498, 453 & 454 of IPC and how to file FIR .
Metropolitan Magistrate Visit at GRC: MM. Mr. Mohinder Virat from DLSA- South West, Dwarka Court visited the GRC and met with community women also heard their legal problems and suggested them to visit the DLSA for free legal aid.
No. of Groups: Six Self help group were successfully running by the GRC.
Bank Link: Two out of six groups were linked with a nationalized bank.
Exposure Visit: Two exposure visits paid to SCST Welfare Development society, Delhi Haat and Crafts museum in which SHG women got exposure and experience about income generation activity.
TOT: Project coordinator of GRC was selected as a Master Gender Trainer from South West district of Delhi and conducted sessions as resource person for several organizations.
Gender Training: All staff at GRC attended the two days Capacity building program on Gender Equality.
Change Maker: 100 Change makers identified by the GRC-SSSK from all the catchment area to spread the awareness and support Gender Equality.
Para Legal Training: Help Desk Counselor and SHG outreach worker received the Para legal training from DLSA to serve the community as Para legal counselor.
Gender & Sexuality training: Project Coordinator had been selected for the South Asian level Gender & sexuality training organized by CREA.
Mega Health Camp: Mega health camp was organized by the DC-South West in the district in which GRC staff and beneficiaries showed their active participation and this was very much appreciated.
Disable Scholarship: 13 Disable were selected and forwarded to Janmadhyam organization for monthly scholarship. These all disabled are successfully getting the scholarship now.