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Poverty in India is widespread, with the nation estimated to have one third of the total world's poor. According to The World Bank’s report 32.7% of Indians live below the international poverty line. According to the data from the United Nations Development Programme, of the year 2010, an estimated 37.2% of Indians live below the country's national poverty line. As per UNICEF data, one in three malnourished children worldwide are found In India, whilst 42 percent of the nation's children fewer than five years of age are underweight. Major factors attributing to this pain sticking scenario are:

·         Caste and gender discrimination
·         Unequal access to education and skill building initiatives
·         Unequal access to healthcare facilities

Development programs of the govt. are focused to remove the causes of poverty in the country. However there is a need for amplified action, where participatory role of NGOs as well as corporate is well recognized and solicited. 
EXIN for Voluntary Efforts dreams for a nation which provides equal opportunity for all to access basic needs of life viz. Nutrition, Shelter, Education, Healthcare and Sustainable Earnings.
We believe in empowerment of underprivileged people so as to make them capable of organizing and arranging their basic livelihood needs and thus eradicating poverty and inequality as has been envisaged in the Preamble of The Constitution of India. We trust in long term sustainable results and therefore focus on mothers, children, youngsters and women as our prime target.

  • To provide educational support to poor students belong to economically backward communities.
  • To give flavor of learning and morale to street children.
  • To give support to physically and/or mentally challenged children from poor strata and orphans in order to bring them in to the main course of life. 
  • To work for supplementary nutrition to school going children of underprivileged classes through arrangement of day mills, energy food etc.
  • To rehabilitate orphan and street children and to sensitize them on their basic rights.

  •  To take up relief and rehabilitation program for the victims of natural calamities like floods earth quake etc.
  •  To empower through education and guide the indigenous tribal’s and remote rural masses to transform them into a productive human resource
  • To empower youth by providing vocational/skill development trainings for their sustainable livelihoods.
  • To sensitize public on health & sanitation, education, environment, consumer rights, road safety and other social issues.
  • To promote scientific temper and take up latest developments in science and technology to grass root level of the society.
  • To work for rural development and slum development.
  • To promote health awareness as a means of prevention of communicable diseases
  • To reach nominal healthcare facilities up to the remote areas through medical/ health camps, mobile clinic etc.
  • To prevent malnutrition and promote nutritional diet among children, adolescents and women.
  • To conduct seminars, impact studies, workshops, research study and awareness campaign on educational policies, statistics, health, legal issues, women and children developmental activities.
  • To work for sustainable agricultural development and promote organic farming.
  • To bring the older mass back in the normal course of life and pay them, their dew respect they deserved.

  • To promote adult & informal education among rural masses and slum dwellers.
  • To create unity, national integrity and communal harmony
EXIN has been involved in a number of social activities with the support of Students, Faculties & Employees and Volunteers of KIMT ( NGO ),   GIMT           ( NGO ), IIP ( NGO ). We believe that one of the greatest benefits of promoting social responsibility in the workplace is the positive environment to build for students & employees. When employees and management feel they are working for a company that has a true conscience, they will likely be more enthusiastic and engaged in their jobs. This can build a sense of community and teamwork which brings everyone together and leads to happier, more productive employees.
  • Support one old age person with groceries for one month
  • Sponsor school fee for a very poor student for a month
  • Sponsor one nutritious mid day meal to 20 old, destitute people
  • One day supply of fruits, milk and bread for 20 poor patients in the Hospital
  • Sponsor educational material and uniforms for a very poor child
  • Support a three month computer skills training for an unemployed youth
  • Sponsor one year computer training to an adolescent, dalit girl
  • Provided a sewing machine and help a very poor woman learn tailoring and embroidery for 3 months
  • 1 day health camp in a remote habitat for 100 very poor tribals
  • Support for skill training in tailoring to 20 poor girls & women for a month
  • Rehabilitate a street child by providing food, clothing, shelter, education for a year
  • Sponsor the honorarium of a paralegal counselor for a year to fight against domestic violence
  • Distribution of Clothes, utensils, mats, toys for the children, educational material, medicine to the flood victim
  • Distribution of clothes, uniforms, educational material to the disabled children belongs to economically disadvantaged community.
  • Distribution of uniforms, educational material to the underprivileged children.
  • Distribution of educational material, shoes, school bag, uniforms to the orphans and semi-orphan children
  • Provided skill development training in Tailoring & Embroidery to the destitute women to become them as self reliant and to lead independent life in the community.
  • Skill development training in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning to the semi skilled persons, who are going to the gulf countries.
  • The orientation skills also provided to the trainees with the support of Overseas manpower company
  • 100% Scholarship option have been given to Ten students who are from economically backward family for study at EXIN after their Class 12. Expenditure of these students including their Tution Fee,  Other charges usually taken care by EXIN.
  • Holiday Camp:The Holiday Camp was launched typically for a period of three days during the Summer and for two days during the Winter, where local participants attended camps  from early morning till evening. Participants were mobilized from the locality, who were taught different things effectively. They were provided with breakfast, lunch and evening snacks. The camp was organized mainly on the lines of Summer Camp, a fun way of learning experience about different facets of life for the Youth and Children. Here, different methods were adopted to improve the learning level over the period covering topics like: a) Know your State and country, b) Know your past history, c) hygiene awareness, d) Awareness about healthy food, sanitation and living, e) Training about cooking of simple meal, f) Training on basic survival techniques etc. 
  • Awareness Generation Program: EXIN’s awareness activities work to educate youth on village schemes, Land Laws, the Panchayat (village council) system, and gender issue. These help to lessen feelings of powerlessness, and encourage them to participate in social development.
  • Training program: Major Activities on Surveying of Villages: Total 334 villages were surveyed dealing with topics such as housing, water access and minimum wage enforcement. 81 training programs were conducted to help people deal with local issues. 103 women, 287 men, and 329 children were associated with the trainings. Conducted 16 rallies in different villages for the eradication of social discrimination along with women self-help groups. Programs on Discrimination Practices: Conducted 15 programs in villages on gender discrimination practices. Minimum Wage Program: 24 training programs were conducted regarding farm labour issues. 570 members in the labour union from villages (189 women and 381 men) participated in these training Workshop conducted on awareness generation on the necessity of creation of public roads in different villages.
  • Educational assistance to SC, ST & OBC girl children: In order to offer educational assistance to SC, ST & OBC girl children, KIMT has organized many programs for promotion of education by arranging free distribution of large number of magazines, books, school bags and school uniforms, various slideshows showcasing the necessity of formal and informal education, organizing special workshops for creating awareness about health and hygiene and disadvantages of early marriage, advantages of balanced diet and nutrition etc. We have been thoroughly successful in playing the role of a catalyst in mobilizing and empowering the marginalized communities. By the aid of a wide gamut of programs and activities, the root causes of issues like poverty, deprivation, exploitation and abuse that obstruct the development of the society has been successfully addressed. The programs have been crucial for the marginalized beneficiary in remote villages, and have resulted in bringing about transformational changes.
  •  Age Care program: A primary health camp was organized where the following services were provided to the elderly marginalized citizens like General Medical Checkup, Eye Checkup, Voluntary Blood Donation etc.
  • Multifaceted Awareness Campaign: IIP organised programs in Voluntary Blood Donation, Medical Campaign along with awareness activities about Health and Environment Hazard and their prevention, Low cost Nutritive balanced diet, Prevention of Communicable Disease, Benefits of Adulthood marriage, Hospital Delivery and Scientific treatment of disease, etc .
  • Educational assistance to SC, ST  & OBC girl children: In order to offer educational assistance to SC, ST & OBC girl children GIMT & KIMT together has organized many programs for promotion of education by arranging for free distribution of large number of magazines and books, school bags and school uniforms, various slideshows showcasing the necessity of formal and informal education, organizing special workshops for creating awareness about health and hygiene and disadvantages of early marriage,  advantages of balanced diet and nutrition etc.
  • Economic Empowerment of Dalit Women: we have been engaged in promoting & educating Women Rights India. With the help of our unwavering efforts, we have been able to make sure economic, social, political empowerment of poor and interacted communities so that they can have access to feasible livelihood with dignity. We distributed 30 sewing machines in the year 2009 to 30 destitute women duly providing skill development training for a period of 6 months at Nadia and Bankura districts. All are disadvantaged backward women. We also distributed 30 USHA sewing machines and gave training in the year 2010 to 30 destitute women and girls for starting income activities in north 24 parganas.
  • Skill Training Program: Vocational training is an integral part of the work carried out by many of EXIN’s project partners like KIMT, GIMT, IIP. This is particularly relevant in the context of children with physically challenged to enable them to stand on their own feet. Vocational training programs cover a broad range of subjects from Computer training, tailoring, bee-keeping, agriculture (growing of certain plants), screen printing, carpentry, making greeting cards etc .We feel that it is our   responsibility to make a difference in the lives of young people. By empowering them through education, on job-training and with the goal they have left behind their slum home, and live a productive and purposeful life.  This is accomplished at this time through various projects that train young people with skills that they will be able to use throughout their life.
  • Rehabilitation Programme of Street Children: The problems of street children: Abuse: Many of the street children who have run away from their home have done so because either they were beaten or sexually abused. Tragically, their homelessness can lead to further abuse through exploitative child labour and prostitution. Child Labor: Most Indian street children work a common job, and that is rag-picking, in which boys and girls as young as 6 years old go through garbage in order to collect recyclable material. The children usually rise before dawn and carry their heavy load in a large sack on their shoulders. Rag-pickers can be seen alongside pigs and dogs searching through trash heaps on their hands and knees. Gender Discrimination: The traditional place of the woman is in the home and many parents and children consider education for girls to be a waste of time, especially when the child can instead be worked domestic chores. The gender parity of adult literacy between men and women is 29%. Child Marriage is another way in which girls are discriminated. We take care and give opportunity to girl child. There are more girls than boys in our street schools, vocational centers and homes.
  • Health and Sanitation Program: (a) We are working hard to bring awareness and consciousness among the people about all types of fatal diseases like HIV, AIDS, TB, Cancer, Leprosy, Malaria, Diarrhea, Cholera etc. and to check & eradicate of above all fatal disease. (b) It is trying to create awareness on Health, Hygienic, Sanitation, Immunization etc. at the grassroots level & to provide medical service to poor people. (c) We are working hard to open free medical service centers for all type of fatal diseases for poor people and to do Different health, Sanitation program in rural areas. (d) We are trying to identity disabled persons like mental disabled, deaf & dumb and all type of organic defect person and to provide them all type of facilities and their rehabilitation. (e) We use to provide free medicine service, Nitrous food to poor Schedule caste & Schedule tribe & other financial backward women & their minor children of rural & urban area of various districts.
  • To work for sustainable agricultural development and promote organic farming in Rural areas: EXIN and it’s partners like IIP, KIMT, GIMT are thinking to work on implementing programs in organic agriculture and taking initiative steps  in favour of organic agriculture from last 2-3 years. In order to promote organic agriculture based upon local and domestic markets, we would like to develop the first manual on organic bazaars and initiate the process of producer-consumer partnership in sustainable agriculture.
  • Empowerment of Woman: A workshop “Women Leading the Way to Culture of Peace” was organized by GIMT. The workshop, on women’s rights, was conducted jointly by a committee of experienced women’s rights activist volunteers and experienced staff. EXIN believes that this will surely go a long way in improving the conditions of women in rural areas and work for their upliftment.  we are going to work in future  for the rights & empowerment of the women and empowering them in rural areas through the local NGOs for Empowering Women projects from our inception. Our main concern is to bring the womanhood at forefront in our society and make them play a great role in development of India and provide them equal rights without discriminating on any gender. We will help them to build their own assets and help them to achieve livelihood in the society. We are caring on the health of women, their life style, food, educational view and all about a best life span. We will try to access the ownership over land to land based activities through education, legal literacy and advocacy among women in the rural India.
  • Conducted Skill Development initiative on Computer Software to the educated rural unemployed poor youth to enable them to get jobs in IT industries to increase economic livelihoods among them.
  • Skill Development training in Zari Work program conducted for the semi-skilled Self Help Group Women belongs to rural areas to empower women in the fields of economic development and to lead independent life in the community.
  • Organized National Level Seminar on  Right to Education Act : The Way Forward to the NGOs, Teacher Federations, Educationalists, Officials from the Government Departments, Women Rights Activists, Non Governmental Organizations, Voluntary Organizations, Trusts, SHG Women, youth to design the recommendations to the Government of India to amendment in the Educational Policies.
  • Organized two one day seminars on Investor’s education to the investors from Jewelers Shops, Cloth Merchants, Ration dealers, Medical Agencies and also involved NGOs, Non Governmental Organizations for better campaigns about the share market, gold investments, beware from the fraud alerts, etc.
  • Environmental Awareness Campaign to the automobile workers and users involving resource persons from RTO officials, Transport Department and also involved non-profits, voluntary organizations, charity organizations and planted the trees to reduce the environment pollution. The IEC material was propagated among the communities to protect the environment.
  • Organized Bio-Medical Waste sensitization program to the nursing college students from the nursing colleges in various  Districts
  • Conducted Awareness Generation Program for Rural Women on Gender Equality, how-to-get-the-benefits from the government, SHG schemes & Subsidy, income generation programs, economic empowerment, domestic violence, atrocities on dalits, female feoticide, sex ratio, women rights, women development.