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Adivasi Women Awakening and Knowledge Empowerment Centre” (AWAKE CENTRE)

Jharkhand , India
Joined November 2017

Development- with the community for the community.

Presence in: India
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights, Economic Empowerment, Family, Health, Land & Natural Resources

Adivasi Women Awakening and Knowledge Empowerment Centre” (AWAKE CENTRE)  is a social development unit of Ursuline sisters of Tildonk, Gumla Province. By seeing the local social need, a new society was registered under Society  Registration Act 1860 in the year 2013.  It is located at Konbir Noatoli, P.O. Konbir Noatoli, Distrct  – Gumla, Jharkhand,India.   At present center is serving in two Districts of Jharkhand namely Gumla and Simdega. Centre is  imparting knowledge to the women, young girls, village communities to live  a respectful and  dignified life.  It is done through   training workshop , self-employment and  awareness program on different issues- on right of  Gram Sabha , Right to information, Mahatma Gandhi  National Rural employment guaranty Act , Human Trafficking, Health and hygiene,  and neo natal & postnatal care through workshop and training.

People Associated With This Organization

Sr.Pushpa Kullu

India  
Adivasi Women Awakening and Knowledge...
Joined November 2017
Interests: Access to Information, Community / Customary Land Rights, Health
I am Sr.Pushpa director of Adivasi Women Awakening and Knowledge Empowerment Centre” (AWAKE CENTRE) . Through the Centre ,I focus on imparting knowledge to the women, young girls, village communities to live a respectful and dignified life. It is done through training workshop , self-employment and awareness program on different issues- on right of Gram Sabha , Right to information, Mahatma Gandhi National Rural employment guaranty Act , Human Trafficking, Health and hygiene, and neo natal & postnatal care through workshop and training.
I work for the local tribal and the issues affecting them.
Sr.Pushpa Kullu is the network champion (main point of contact) for Adivasi Women Awakening and Knowledge Empowerment Centre” (AWAKE CENTRE).

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