Amrapali Prashikshan Sansthan (ले मशालें चल पड़े हैं, लोग मेरे गाँव के)

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About Us

Amrapali Prashikshan Sansthan (APS) is non-profit voluntary organization working for the Social development - rehabilitation - protection and empowerment of women, children and deprive class of society. The organization founded in the year 1996 by a group of devoted and committed social activists to promote change in society.It is a non-political voluntary organization registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1958. Its registration no. is 35/Tonk/1996-97. APS is working on Development Issues by covering Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) through its all-district branch-offices of Rajasthan State i.e. Jaipur,Tonk, Bundi, Kota, Pali, Baran, Ajmer&Bhilwara.It’s headquarter is situated at Deoli, district Tonk, Rajasthan.

Time to time APS is organizing vocational training workshops for the women's group members for there economically empowerment and to make them independent and provide income generation opportunities through several trainings to targeted children and their mothers. We are resolute to play a perceptible role in the betterment of disadvantaged people. APS is working with holistic approach in the fields of child education, women & child health, women empowerment, youth upliftment, microfinance, natural resource management and urbanization. We are very grateful to the community and the kind donors who believed on our credibility and supported us. Our organization is working with the motive of group dynamism and we sincerely care for the feelings of societal change through common participation. APS is presently working in the all districts of Rajasthan, i.e. Jaipur,Tonk, Bundi, Kota, Pali, BaranAjmer &Bhilwara. Our organization is also planning to expand its working area in near future. APS has already worked with CAPART, Department of Family Welfare, Directorate of Medical & Health, government of Rajasthan for last five years. Besides this, APS was recognized by Department of Women & Child Development, Ministry of HRD, Ministry of Textiles, Ministry of RD, government of India for imparting vocational trainings to needy women and un-employed youth in Tonk, Bundi, Kota, Pali, Baran, Ajmer&Bhilwara districts of Rajasthan.

There has been a further improvement in the performance, in terms of quality, quantity and image building. Several initiatives were taken under the innovative project, ‘Integrated District Approach’. This project was implemented beneath flagship of UNICEF Rajasthan. The project made significant strides by accelerating service deliveries inwomen & Child health, income generation, education, community empowerment, and several other activities. Efforts being made for promoting and protecting women &child rights have gained significant importance in the area. SGSY & SGRY are one of the major interventions in these years. Under these value added government schemes, APS has formed 190 SHGs of BPL families and benefited them by providing vocational trainings for livelihood promotion. Our track record comprises of distinguished work in the fields of health, education, women and child welfare, vaccination and nutrition, AIDS control, prevention of child marriages, eradication of child labor, SwarnaJayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana, de-addiction and total sanitation campaign programmes.Besides Tonk, the areas of NGO’s work have been Bundi, Kota, Baran, Pali, Bhilwara and Jaipur districts. She has also functioned as a field trainer of the panchayati raj functionaries and inspired the younger generation through her works.APS had proved that skill enhancement among women would allow them to utilize the opportunities arising in the increasingly global market.

The earning and productivity gap between men and women could be reduced by making use of demographic dividend in the State. In addition, the NGO have extended its full support to State Government’s welfare campaign “PrashashanShahroke Sang” And “PrashashanGaonke Sang” and helped many urban/rural poor in getting swift Justice during camps. Our work will continue and even more strengthened in the coming year as we finalize strategies to sharpen our focus going forward. APS will continue to evolve to meet new and changing needs; however, we will never lose sight of our main goal – to protest for the most deprived, excluded and vulnerable women & children. 

Maya Suwalka