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HUMAN RESOURCE FOUNDATION HRF

1/116, KAMARAJAR RD, SATCHIYAPURAM, SIVAKASI,626 124,M:09894323971 Email: humanresourcefdn@yahoo.in
Virudhunagar, Tamil Nadu
04562224969
Contact: A.VIJAYAKUMAR ( Chief Functionary )
Mobile Number: Not Available
E-mail: humanresourcefdn@yahoo.in
Website: -

Activities: Women/Gender,Education,Livelihood,SHG/IGP,Others,Capacity Building

History of the Organization: HRF was founded by Mr. A.Vijayakumar, a social activist with the vision to empower the deprived section of the society in the year 2001. Then the organization was registered on 11th April 2002 with 10 general body members. Initially the organization was involved in creating awareness on labour welfare activities to enable their legal rights. The regular awareness programmes familiarized the organization among the local communities which enabled the organization to extend its activities supporting the development needs of the poor community.

During 2004, HRF starts forming women SHGs as per the norms of TNCDW. Due to the quality service and regular maintenance to SHGs, HRF get approved by TNCDW during the year 2005. The national integration and overall development of the nation depends on the healthy development of the youths, with the perspective HRF starts forming youth clubs from 2006 to train them on healthy socio-economic development practice. From 2007 HRF start focus on environment conservation and promotion and completed numbers of health and sanitation programmes in its project villages. During 2008 onwards, HRF started forming farmers clubs to enable the access the scheme opportunities and various sources for their sustainable development. The organization crossed 9 years of service with the community support and the support of various government departments.

Vision: HRF envisages empowering the deprived section of the society by Education, Economic development and enabling the fundamental rights.

Mission:

• Improved and context based livelihood promotion for poverty alleviation

•Education for Social Justice, Self Esteem and Self Governance

Enabling Child Rights and Eradication of Child Labour Practice

Techno Economic Education for economic balance

• Environment Conservation and Promotion Target People: Women, Youth, Farmers, Children, Dalits and Economically deprived families.

Main Objectives:

a) Organize and Strengthen the social infra such as SHGs, Farmers Clubs, Children Clubs, Youth clubs, Right Clubs etc.

b) Bank/financial linkages, Market Education and promotion of Trade skills.

c) Promotion of alternative livelihood for the laborers working in hazardous factories such as fireworks and match industries.

d) Educating the leadership skill and life skills for self development.

e) Legal Awareness and right education for the people in need.

f) Techno Economic Education for entrepreneurial development.

g) Environment Conservation and education mechanisms for promotion.

h) Technology education for alternate energy production through waste management.

i) Natural Resource Management Practice and education for maximum utilization and conservation of natural resources.

Strategies:

i. Date collection, Problem Analysis and interpretation to device context specific mechanisms to resolve problems.

ii. Participatory methods will be followed in all possible aspects of the organizational activities addressing the main objects.

iii. HRF accepts healthy criticism on its past activities to avoid misconception and poor implementation future activities.

iv. Capacity building of the staff team towards effective implementation project as well as enable their social interest to increase their involvement.

v. HRF believes on proven scientific methods on its techno economic programs in order to maximize its success rate.

vi. Build good rapport with all relevant departments and entities of Government of India to stream all available opportunities to the favor of the target community.

vii. The organization will ensure all the legal commitments enforced by the relevant legislations to avoid unnecessary administrative burdens/problems.

viii. Provide proper mechanisms to ensure transparency on financial matters and governance of the society.

ix. HRF has strictly follow staff policies and child protection policies in order to avoid complexity and disputes.

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