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NIRR-(National Institute for Rural Reconstruction)

Phulbani, Orissa
Contact: Smt.Jhunu Panda ( Chief Functionary )
Mobile Number: 09438601577,09090541
Website: -



• Registered under Societies registration Act XXI 1860, Regd. No-PBN 54/41 1981-82, dated- 28.10.1981.

• Registered under FCR Act.1976 , Regd. No- 105030017, dated 05.06.2003 • Registered under 12AA (2) of the IT Act 1961 ,Regd. No- 67/2007-08, dated 14.12.2007

• Registered under rule 11AA of the income tax rules-1962, No- ITO(Tech)/ 80G-50/03-04/2007-08, dated 14.12.2007 VISION OF THE ORGANIZATION National Institute for Rural Re-contraction (NIRR) envisages a society where every individual is assured liberty, equality, fraternity and justice and where the rights of the individual are respected by one and all. MISSION To work for the disadvantaged sections of the society and help them to come up in the social development ladder so that an equitable society is established. NIRR ASPIRES TO ACHIEVE: Development of the Rural and the backward areas, prosperity of the people deriving out the miseries of the masses and the promotion of health and socio-economic status of the deprived communities are all that the organization aims to achieve with the joint collaboration of NGOs. Government and other action groups, at the local, national and international levels National Institute for Rural Re-construction have been trying its best to organize need based programmes at different times and places. National Institute for Rural Re-construction has modest beginning in 1980 posses (1981-2012) with a vast experience by working directly with the people. Within the course of action, the main emphasis is given to the people’s involvement and people’s empowerment. National Institute for Rural Re-construction believes- ` progress with partnership. This belief has helped in strengthening our the spirit and achieving a better. Report with the community to whom we serve. Year after year we are trying to understand that it is not easy to be good and not that comfortable to go ahead without proper resources. While helping the resource poor our measure constraint has been adequacy of resource. However, with whatever little resources we have done as little as we could, but the process is rewarding. During the decade long time 1981-2012 the organization has been basically involved in the field of rural development with the special emphasis on women and children democracy, forest & environment, capacity building, skill development and has approve track record by undertaking right based approach and programmes towards promotion of education, women empowerment, health, awareness, yoga, literacy, vocational training and income generation activities. Aims & objectives-

• Awareness & Sensitization programme for public on NIRGP and right to information

. • Strengthen the Panchayata Raj system. Natural Resource Management (NRM) child development.


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