- Themes based Programmes
GENVP is running a Short Stay Home cum- Classification centre for female Beggars / Ultra Poor at Nalanda in collaboration with State Society for Ultra Poor and Social Welfare (SSUPSW) which has established by Govt. of Bihar within the Social Welfare Department for working on the issues of Beggars / Ultra Poor under " Mukhyamantri Bhikshavriti Nivaran Yojna"(MBNY) publicly known as "PAHCHAN" in 2008 - 09. The functionary of short stay home named Shanti Kutir has been started in 2015. The organization firmly believes that Health is not merely a concern of doctors and service providers but an issue of social justice. Since the beginning the organization has undertaken several initiatives to address the health concerns of the communities. Presently the organization is working mainly on the areas of sexual and reproductive health, HIV, immunization of children and Safe abortion.
"To protect and promote the rights of Beggars / Ultra Poor through ensuring their care, protection, development- socio-economic and cultural empowerment through enabling policies and programmers".