Development of the society
Tribal development Program.
Environment conservation

Institute Of Social Research And Development

Institute of Social Research & Development is ceaselessly assisting the needy with its interventions, designed to yield economic and social empowerment adopted with an integrated development approach that helps beneficiaries to realize multifaceted growth which, in turn, secures their tomorrow. ISRD works on a large array of activities such as awareness creation, capacity building, credit mobilization, local self-governance strengthening, community organization, education, health, agriculture support, conservation of environment etc. read more

Area of Expertise

Education and literacy programme

Urban poor development and Citizen rights

Child care and protection

Water and Sanitation (WASH) programe

 

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Projects

  • Women Groups And Financial Inclusion Programe

  • Securing rights and empowerment of organized urban poor especially domestic workers, construction workers and street vendors.

  • mMitra Project – to provide information on preventive care to reduce maternal and infantmortality and morbidity in urban slums in Bhopal.

  • CHILDLINE Care and Protection programe through Child Line Project (1098) as collaborative agency in Raisen, Supported by Child Line Foundation, Mumbai.

Awards And Certificates

Addressing urban poverty ensuring the Housing Rights and Citizen Rights of urban poor in districts at Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur in M.P., supported by Action aid.

  • Addressing urban poverty ensuring the Housing Rights and Citizen Rights of urban poor in districts at Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur in M.P., supported by Actionaid.

  • Alternative livelihood activities against poverty for Socially Excluded Urban Slum Dwellers in Bhopal City under Area Development Programe, supported by World Vision India.

  • Management skill development training for Block Education Officers and other officials of School Education Department and Rajiv Gandhi Shiksha Mission. Funded by UNICEF, Bhopal

  • Joint Forest Management (JFM) training to forest department officials and members of forest protection committees of Betul district, Madhya Pradesh. Funded by Madhya Pradesh State Forest Development Corporation, Bhopal.