The Organisation :
Gramin Evam Nagar Vikas Parishad (GENVP) was established on November 14, 1984 with the vision to provide a platform for discussion and action on developmental issues concerning the poor. The organization was founded by a group of like-minded intellectual associates to involve the rural and urban poor in various developmental activities. The organization has imbibed the thoughts expressed by the father of our nation, Mahatma Gandhi and another visionary, Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan, that development can only take place when the people, especially the rural people are mobilized to participate in their own development. Accordingly, GENVP is committed to concentrate on the empowerment of people, especially women, Youth & Dalit in the villages, realizing that women, Youth & Dalit are the strongest agents of social change and through them the other sections can also be reached.
(i) Society Registration Act XXI of 1860 vide Reg. No. 318/87-88.
(ii) FCRA 1976 vide Reg.No. 031170077 dated 11 Aug 1994
(iii) Income Tax Registration of 12 A
(iv) Income Tax Registration of 80 G
Core Value of the Organization
Empathy with Poor:
GENVP believes in Empathy with poor and down trodden segments of the society in fostering Social justice and equity. We reflect the belief and concern for the poor before our individual and organizational interest.
Respect to traditional knowledge and Wisdom:
The organization firmly believes that the traditional knowledge and wisdom have successfully
Sustained the needs of the society and is capable of fostering future growth.
The organization believes in transparency and accountability in true sense. All the policies, Strategies, programs and budgets are shared with concerned stakeholders, donors, Organizational members, staff and beneficiaries.
Gender equity is a cross cutting policy in all the activities of the organization and addressing the issues of women and their concerns. The organization has adequate representation of women in the governing board and staff distribution. Out of total beneficiaries reached 80% are women.