Mr. Rajdev Chaturvedi ( Founder & Managing Director )
Aspiring to grow a proficient state and change the mindset of people in Uttar Pradesh, Mr. Rajdev Chaturvedi founded the Gramin Punarnirman Sanstha in the year 1992. The crime rate in Uttar Pradesh is constantly on the rise. Crimes against women are a crucial obstacle in the state of U.P. A highly skilled and compassionate person, he entered into the social sector in the year 1990. Under the guidance of his mentor and good friend Prem Bhai, his involvement in bringing justice to women increased. Because of his sensitive nature, he has constantly been supporting women empowerment and the marginalized community. Mr. Rajdev Chaturvedi, based his ideology on “Sarvodaya” and “Gandhian philosophy” of development. He concentrated his work on the upliftment of marginalized communities, especially women. Although it has been several years since the abolition of the caste system, the Dalit community of India have been suffering from major crimes. Dalit woman often falls into social evils like domestic violence, sexual harassment and various forms of atrocities. Due to their caste, women's issues are often disregarded. FIR cases filed by women are often ignored. Caste system creates a barrier between the higher and lower sections. Privileges given to the higher caste are denied to the lower caste. The lower castes are denied the right to education and employment. Women from the lower sections of society are witnesses to social crimes. Mr. Rajev Chaturvedi through his NGO has focused his attention on issues regarding women empowerment. They aim to reinforce the women’s understanding of their rights and necessities. He aims to facilitate women with the right education and healthcare support, developing a feeling of confidence and independence.
Located in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Gramin Punarnirman Sansthan was established on 10th September in the year 1992. It’s founder Mr. Rajdev Chaturvedi has always been sensitive towards the atrocities committed towards marginalized communities and women. While the urban areas of India are constantly under development, the rural areas often lack basic necessities. This forms a major gap in a society and gives rise to discrimination and inequality. The organization aims to bridge this gap by providing support and implementing various schemes for the development of underprivileged people.
The organization is dealing with women empowerment and marginalized communities. The idea of a marginalized community stems from the group of communities that are denied basic privileges. They have social disadvantages. Crimes against these communities are gradually rising in India. They are exploited by the higher sections of society and are deprived of necessities. Discrimination and Inequality are major issues that need to be tackled among the marginal community. The organization is on a mission to solve these growing atrocities by providing aid and various schemes.
There are a number of violent crimes committed in India especially against women. Ranging from crimes like rape or eve-teasing to harassment of dowry is still prevalent. These growing crimes against women reflect the vulnerability and concerning problems related to the position of women in society. The organization spreads awareness among the people about the laws related to protecting the rights of women. Furthermore, it encourages women to take part in and voice their opinions.
They educated the women on government schemes and protection acts. The NGO also provides women with an opportunity for education and employment. Lack of education leads to a lack of awareness, this gives rise to higher levels of poverty and crime rates.
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Located in Azamgarh, Uttar Pradesh, Gramin Punarnirman Sansthan was established on 10th September in the year 1992. It's founder Mr. Rajdev Chaturvedi has always been sensitive towards the atrocities committed towards marginalized communities and women. While the urban areas of India are constantly under development, the rural areas often lack…Read MoreSUPPORT