Resource Providers

ABSSS has received/is receiving funds from a number of international, national and local donor organisations to further its work among the target community. Some of the major donors included Action Aid India, Cordaid (and its earlier entities Bilance and Cebemo), Oxfam (India) Trust, Department for International Development (DFID), National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD) and Council for People's Advancement and Rural Technology (CAPART).

Chronological list of the donors is being given below:

Sl.

Year of Starting

Project Name

No. of beneficiaries

Year of Completion

Funding Source

1.

1982-83

Drought Relief Programme

320

1982-83

DRDA Banda

2.

1985-86

Survey in Patha Region

5 Nyaya
Panchayats

1985-86

CAPART New Delhi

3.

1986-87

Rural Entitlement and Legal Aid under SPF

450

1988-89

Vanvasi Sewa Ashram, Sonbhadra

4.

1987-88

Drinking Water Project

1,285

1994-95

CAPART New Delhi

5.

1986-87

Minor Forest Produce Collection and Promotion Programme

70

1986-87

Oxfam (India) Trust, Lucknow

6.

1986-87

Drinking Water Project

1,375

1990-91

Oxfam (India) Trust, Lucknow

7.

1988-89

Education NFE Centre

946

1991-92

Oxfam (India) Trust, Lucknow

8.

1986-87

Land Reclamation Programme

36 Families

1986-87

Gram Niyojan Kendra, Ghaziabad

9.

1988-89

Mahila Samakhya Programme

2,500 Families and 3,300 Children

1990-91

Ministry  of Human Resource Development, New Delhi

10.

1988-89

Afforestation and Land Reclamation

40 families

1990-91

CAPART, New Delhi

11.

1989-90

Land Reclamation and Irrigation Project

70 families

1992-93

NORAD, New Delhi

12.

1992-93

Survey of Kol Tribals in Mau and Manikpur Blocks

230 village/
3,350 families

1992-93

CEBEMO, The Netherlands

13.

1992-93

Non-Formal Education Centres

8,044 children in 15 villages

1997-98

Child Relief And you New Delhi

14.

1992-93

Flood Relief Programme

987 families /
22 village

1992-93

Action Aid India, Bangalore

15.

1993-94

Family Planning Welfare Programme

300 families

1993-94

FPAI, Mumbai

16.

1993-94

Integrated Rural Development Programme
(Sponsorship)

2,100 families  /53 Kol Hamlets

2003-04

Action Aid India, New Delhi

17.

1995-96

Community Harvesting Project

70 families

1995-96

The Netherlands Embassy, New Delhi

18.

1995-96

Watershed Project, Tikariya

133 families

1999-2000

DRDA Banda, Chitrakoot

19.

1995-96

Minor Forest Produce Collection, Marketing , Bonus Distribution , Promotion of Entrepreneurship and Natural Resource Management Programme

1,585 families

2002-03

SDHW Foundation, The Netherlands

20.

1996-97

Advocacy, Rural Entitlement and Natural Resource Management Programme

1,250 families  /30 Kol hamlets

2004-05

Cordaid (Bilance),
The  Netherlands

21.

2004-05

Policy, Advocacy, Human Rights, Unity, Awareness and  Action (PAHRUAA) Programme

40,718 Family
in 6 Blocks

Ongoing

Cordaid, The Netherlands

22.

2002-03

Social Cohesion and Peace Programme

2003-04

PRIA, New Delhi

23.

2004-05

Getting School Together

1 Block

2005-06

Action Aid

24.

2003-04

Empowering Tribals and Dalits (PACS Programme)

7 Blocks
5 Districts

Ongoing

Management Consultants (Development Alternatives-Pricewaterhouse Coopers Pvt. Ltd), Supported by DFID

25.

2003-04

Watershed development programme

5 districts, 6 blocks
12,500 hectares in 7 gram panchayats

Ongoing

NABARD, Lucknow

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