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Deal Foundation is working in 7 talukas of Gadag district and details of activities and events in January

1) The following are the details of the formation of the Self-Help Society of the Handicapped and Women in January.

In this month, a total of 15 self-help societies have been formed in Mundaragi and Shirahatti taluk with 150 members, 12 self-help societies for the physically challenged with a total of 120 members and a women’s self-help society with a total of 30 members. An association has been formed.

1) Shri Lakshmi Venkateswara Mahila Self Help Sangh Ramenahalli Taluk Mundaragi and

2) Shree Anjaneya Vikalchethan Self Help Society Yallapur Taluk Lakshmeshwar and

3) Shri Subrahmanya Mahila Swasahay Sangh Dambala Taluka Mundaragi and

4) Shree Dyammadevi Vikalchethan Mahila Self Help Society Niralagi Taluka Gadag and

5) Veerabhadreshwar Vikalchetana Swasaha Sangha Hadagali Taluka Shirahatti and

6) Basaveshwar Vikalchetana Swasaha Sangha Chikkamannur Taluk Rona and

7) Ayodhya Disability Self Help Society Balaganur Taluk Gadag and

8) Om Sai Disabled Women’s Self Help Society Balaganur Taluk Gadag and

9) Sri Marulu Siddeshwar Mahila Self Help Sangh Boat Taluk Mundaragi and

10) Sri Biralingeshwar Vikalchethan Self Help Society Nagarahalli Taluk Mundaragi and

11) Aralu Vikalchetana Self Help Society Ranthur Taluka Shirahatti and

12) Annapurneshwari Self Help Society of Handicapped Persons Hirevaddatti Taluka Mundaragi and

13) Shree Valmiki Self Help Society for the Handicapped Kalasapur Taluk Gadag and

14) Anjanadri Handicapped Self-Help Society Ramgiri Taluka Shirahatti and

15) Dharmadevata Handicapped Self-Help Society Handigola Taluk Gadag and

 

2) A total of 6 disabled people’s associations in Shirahatti and Naragunda taluk

1 women’s self-help group, a total of 7 groups have opened a savings account in the name of the groups in Karnataka Vikas Grameen Bank Canara Bank to have a bank loan facility.

  • Shree Kottureswara Vikalchethan Self Help Society Harlapur Taluk Gadag and
  • Basaveshwar Vikalchetana Self Help Society Shettigere Taluk Lakshmeshwar and
  • Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Mahila Self Help Sangh Ramenahalli Taluk Mundaragi and
  • Jnanjothi Vikalchethan Self Help Society Bellatti Taluka Shirahatti and
  • Annapurneshwari Self Help Society for Disabled People Hirevaddatti Taluk Mundaragi and
  • Shree Durga Disability Self-Help Society Budihala Taluk Mundargi and
  • Mariamma Devi Vikalchethan Self Help Sangha Srimangad Taluk Shirahatti and

3) A board meeting of Safe Credit Cooperative Society was held at Mevundi village in Mundaragi taluk. In the meeting, Sidbi and staff members of Deal Foundation participated and discussed the work activities.

 

4) In Naragunda Shirahatti Mundaragi taluks, a total of 80 members of Disability Self-Help Society, awareness training, economic finance training and leadership training. Entrepreneurship training and sustainable livelihood training were conducted for members of the disabled group.

1) Bhogeshwar Handicapped Women Self-Help Sangha Ellisirur Taluk Gadag

2) Maruteshwar Disabled Persons Mahila Self Help Sangh Mutupura Taluk Mundargi

3) Annapurneswari Disabled Women Self-Help Society Hirevaddatti Taluk Mundaragi

4) Mallikarjuna Disabled Women’s Self-Help Society Chinchali Taluk Gadag

5) Kalmeshwar Disabled Women’s Self-Help Society Papanasi Taluk Gadag

6) Someshwara Vikalchethan Mahila Self-Help Society Machenahalli Taluk Shirahatti

7) Shree Bhudeshwara Vikalchetana Mahila Self Help Sangh Antoor Taluk Gadag.

8) Shiva Vikalchetana Mahila Self Help Society Budihala Taluk Mundaragi.

5) A total of 25 families with disabilities have been surveyed in this month

6) Preparation of earthworm manure in the tank of Deal Foundation organization and removal of manure and putting it in three acres of tank and sale of earthworm manure in exhibition and giving training on earthworm preparation to disabled families and self-help societies.

7) Deal Foundation has started a sewing training centre for disabled families and women at Mevundi, which has been running for four consecutive years. Deal-Foundation Mevundi -Tailoring Unit class

Here are the highlights for next month:

  • 20 new self-help groups will be established including 200 persons with disabilities.
  • Financial inclusion and bank linkage for 10 SHGs.
  • To impart capacity building and livelihood training to 20 groups.
  • To continue sewing training and garment-making services at Mevundi.
  • Continuation of earthworm composting work
  • Recruiting of Farmer Producers Company 25 new members (FPO work.)
  • Collaborative Work Sharing Total Collecting Work 50
  • 10 groups of awareness training and group-wise training
  • To continue the activities of the Aramba Self Employed Center (ASK Center) and locate the office of Aramba Soudoga Kendra at Lakshmeshwar Naragunda Rona.
  • Conducting a preliminary meeting to register district cooperative work with other taluks except Mundaragi.

Deal Foundation is working in 7 talukas of Gadag district and details of activities and events in January

1) The following are the details of the formation of the Self-Help Society of the Handicapped and Women in January.

In this month, a total of 15 self-help societies have been formed in Mundaragi and Shirahatti taluk with 150 members, 12 self-help societies for the physically challenged with a total of 120 members and a women’s self-help society with a total of 30 members. An association has been formed.

1) Shri Lakshmi Venkateswara Mahila Self Help Sangh Ramenahalli Taluk Mundaragi and

2) Shree Anjaneya Vikalchethan Self Help Society Yallapur Taluk Lakshmeshwar and

3) Shri Subrahmanya Mahila Swasahay Sangh Dambala Taluka Mundaragi and

4) Shree Dyammadevi Vikalchethan Mahila Self Help Society Niralagi Taluka Gadag and

5) Veerabhadreshwar Vikalchetana Swasaha Sangha Hadagali Taluka Shirahatti and

6) Basaveshwar Vikalchetana Swasaha Sangha Chikkamannur Taluk Rona and

7) Ayodhya Disability Self Help Society Balaganur Taluk Gadag and

8) Om Sai Disabled Women’s Self Help Society Balaganur Taluk Gadag and

9) Sri Marulu Siddeshwar Mahila Self Help Sangh Boat Taluk Mundaragi and

10) Sri Biralingeshwar Vikalchethan Self Help Society Nagarahalli Taluk Mundaragi and

11) Aralu Vikalchetana Self Help Society Ranthur Taluka Shirahatti and

12) Annapurneshwari Self Help Society of Handicapped Persons Hirevaddatti Taluka Mundaragi and

13) Shree Valmiki Self Help Society for the Handicapped Kalasapur Taluk Gadag and

14) Anjanadri Handicapped Self-Help Society Ramgiri Taluka Shirahatti and

15) Dharmadevata Handicapped Self-Help Society Handigola Taluk Gadag and

2) A total of 6 disabled people’s associations in Shirahatti and Naragunda taluk

1 women’s self-help group, a total of 7 groups have opened a savings account in the name of the groups in Karnataka Vikas Grameen Bank Canara Bank to have a bank loan facility.

  • Shree Kottureswara Vikalchethan Self Help Society Harlapur Taluk Gadag and
  • Basaveshwar Vikalchetana Self Help Society Shettigere Taluk Lakshmeshwar and
  • Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Mahila Self Help Sangh Ramenahalli Taluk Mundaragi and
  • Jnanjothi Vikalchethan Self Help Society Bellatti Taluka Shirahatti and
  • Annapurneshwari Self Help Society for Disabled People Hirevaddatti Taluk Mundaragi and
  • Shree Durga Disability Self-Help Society Budihala Taluk Mundargi and
  • Mariamma Devi Vikalchethan Self Help Sangha Srimangad Taluk Shirahatti and

3) A board meeting of Safe Credit Cooperative Society was held at Mevundi village in Mundaragi taluk. In the meeting, Sidbi and staff members of Deal Foundation participated and discussed the work activities.

4) In Naragunda Shirahatti Mundaragi taluks, a total of 80 members of Disability Self-Help Society, awareness training, economic finance training and leadership training. Entrepreneurship training and sustainable livelihood training were conducted for members of the disabled group.

1) Bhogeshwar Handicapped Women Self-Help Sangha Ellisirur Taluk Gadag

2) Maruteshwar Disabled Persons Mahila Self Help Sangh Mutupura Taluk Mundargi

3) Annapurneswari Disabled Women Self-Help Society Hirevaddatti Taluk Mundaragi

4) Mallikarjuna Disabled Women’s Self-Help Society Chinchali Taluk Gadag

5) Kalmeshwar Disabled Women’s Self-Help Society Papanasi Taluk Gadag

6) Someshwara Vikalchethan Mahila Self-Help Society Machenahalli Taluk Shirahatti

7) Shree Bhudeshwara Vikalchetana Mahila Self Help Sangh Antoor Taluk Gadag.

8) Shiva Vikalchetana Mahila Self Help Society Budihala Taluk Mundaragi.

5) A total of 25 families with disabilities have been surveyed in this month

6) Preparation of earthworm manure in the tank of Deal Foundation organization and removal of manure and putting it in three acres of tank and sale of earthworm manure in exhibition and giving training on earthworm preparation to disabled families and self-help societies.

7) Deal Foundation has started a sewing training centre for disabled families and women at Mevundi, which has been running for four consecutive years. Deal-Foundation Mevundi -Tailoring Unit class

Here are the highlights for next month:

  • 20 new self-help groups will be established including 200 persons with disabilities.
  • Financial inclusion and bank linkage for 10 SHGs.
  • To impart capacity building and livelihood training to 20 groups.
  • To continue sewing training and garment-making services at Mevundi.
  • Continuation of earthworm composting work
  • Recruiting of Farmer Producers Company 25 new members (FPO work.)
  • Collaborative Work Sharing Total Collecting Work 50
  • 10 groups of awareness training and group-wise training
  • To continue the activities of the Aramba Self Employed Center (ASK Center) and locate the office of Aramba Soudoga Kendra at Lakshmeshwar Naragunda Rona.
  • Conducting a preliminary meeting to register district cooperative work with other taluks except Mundaragi.

In this month, a total of 15 self-help societies have been formed in Mundaragi and Shirahatti taluk with 150 members, 12 self-help societies for the physically challenged with a total of 120 members and a women’s self-help society with a total of 30 members. An association has been formed.

1) Shri Lakshmi Venkateswara Mahila Self Help Sangh Ramenahalli Taluk Mundaragi and

2) Shree Anjaneya Vikalchethan Self Help Society Yallapur Taluk Lakshmeshwar and

3) Shri Subrahmanya Mahila Swasahay Sangh Dambala Taluka Mundaragi and

4) Shree Dyammadevi Vikalchethan Mahila Self Help Society Niralagi Taluka Gadag and

5) Veerabhadreshwar Vikalchetana Swasaha Sangha Hadagali Taluka Shirahatti and

6) Basaveshwar Vikalchetana Swasaha Sangha Chikkamannur Taluk Rona and

7) Ayodhya Disability Self Help Society Balaganur Taluk Gadag and

8) Om Sai Disabled Women’s Self Help Society Balaganur Taluk Gadag and

9) Sri Marulu Siddeshwar Mahila Self Help Sangh Boat Taluk Mundaragi and

10) Sri Biralingeshwar Vikalchethan Self Help Society Nagarahalli Taluk Mundaragi and

11) Aralu Vikalchetana Self Help Society Ranthur Taluka Shirahatti and

12) Annapurneshwari Self Help Society of Handicapped Persons Hirevaddatti Taluka Mundaragi and

13) Shree Valmiki Self Help Society for the Handicapped Kalasapur Taluk Gadag and

14) Anjanadri Handicapped Self-Help Society Ramgiri Taluka Shirahatti and

15) Dharmadevata Handicapped Self-Help Society Handigola Taluk Gadag and

 

2) A total of 6 disabled people’s associations in Shirahatti and Naragunda taluk

1 women’s self-help group, a total of 7 groups have opened a savings account in the name of the groups in Karnataka Vikas Grameen Bank Canara Bank to have a bank loan facility.

  • Shree Kottureswara Vikalchethan Self Help Society Harlapur Taluk Gadag and
  • Basaveshwar Vikalchetana Self Help Society Shettigere Taluk Lakshmeshwar and
  • Sri Lakshmi Venkateswara Mahila Self Help Sangh Ramenahalli Taluk Mundaragi and
  • Jnanjothi Vikalchethan Self Help Society Bellatti Taluka Shirahatti and
  • Annapurneshwari Self Help Society for Disabled People Hirevaddatti Taluk Mundaragi and
  • Shree Durga Disability Self-Help Society Budihala Taluk Mundargi and
  • Mariamma Devi Vikalchethan Self Help Sangha Srimangad Taluk Shirahatti and

3) A board meeting of Safe Credit Cooperative Society was held at Mevundi village in Mundaragi taluk. In the meeting, Sidbi and staff members of Deal Foundation participated and discussed the work activities.

 

4) In Naragunda Shirahatti Mundaragi taluks, a total of 80 members of Disability Self-Help Society, awareness training, economic finance training and leadership training. Entrepreneurship training and sustainable livelihood training were conducted for members of the disabled group.

1) Bhogeshwar Handicapped Women Self-Help Sangha Ellisirur Taluk Gadag

2) Maruteshwar Disabled Persons Mahila Self Help Sangh Mutupura Taluk Mundargi

3) Annapurneswari Disabled Women Self-Help Society Hirevaddatti Taluk Mundaragi

4) Mallikarjuna Disabled Women’s Self-Help Society Chinchali Taluk Gadag

5) Kalmeshwar Disabled Women’s Self-Help Society Papanasi Taluk Gadag

6) Someshwara Vikalchethan Mahila Self-Help Society Machenahalli Taluk Shirahatti

7) Shree Bhudeshwara Vikalchetana Mahila Self Help Sangh Antoor Taluk Gadag.

8) Shiva Vikalchetana Mahila Self Help Society Budihala Taluk Mundaragi.

5) A total of 25 families with disabilities have been surveyed in this month

6) Preparation of earthworm manure in the tank of Deal Foundation organization and removal of manure and putting it in three acres of tank and sale of earthworm manure in exhibition and giving training on earthworm preparation to disabled families and self-help societies.

7) Deal Foundation has started a sewing training centre for disabled families and women at Mevundi, which has been running for four consecutive years. Deal-Foundation Mevundi -Tailoring Unit class

Here are the highlights for next month:

  • 20 new self-help groups will be established including 200 persons with disabilities.
  • Financial inclusion and bank linkage for 10 SHGs.
  • To impart capacity building and livelihood training to 20 groups.
  • To continue sewing training and garment-making services at Mevundi.
  • Continuation of earthworm composting work
  • Recruiting of Farmer Producers Company 25 new members (FPO work.)
  • Collaborative Work Sharing Total Collecting Work 50
  • 10 groups of awareness training and group-wise training
  • To continue the activities of the Aramba Self Employed Center (ASK Center) and locate the office of Aramba Soudoga Kendra at Lakshmeshwar Naragunda Rona.
  • Conducting a preliminary meeting to register district cooperative work with other taluks except Mundaragi.