Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan

Being a North India’s 27 year old secular, non-sectarian, social development organization that works since 1990 mainly for advancing of rural research & development; combating poverty, hunger and acute malnutrition; advancing the minorities social and economic welfare centric projects. At ,Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan, which means in English, “Public Life Building Foundation”, we are all here to be a service to those who can’t be a service to themselves! We can give people and more reasons for being human.”

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About us

Dear Change Leader/Wisher,

          Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan, which means in English, “Public Life Building Foundation” was established in 1990 by the community concerned citizens who had a vow to serve their community and empower the future generations through education and the provision of all financial and infrastructural opportunities leading to human resource development and enhancing the social functioning of the inhabitants of India. Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan–also abbreviated as “JEELONIS” was founded to enable people to respond to and change their situation of inequality and injustice. We focus on education and awareness, community involvement and collective action as the driving force of social and economic change. Our work is guided by the philosophy that a community should be viewed as a potential resource, that can be honed with the skills and knowledge that will help lift them out of situation of deprivation.

Jeevan Lok Nirman Sansthan’s activities/projects are implemented through the following centers:

1.        Rural Research & Development Center:

          The Center is engaged to do the activities of Women Empowerment Program, Rural Development Program, Public School Project, Health Program, Safe Drinking Water, Environmental Awareness Program, AIDS/HIV Awareness Program, Seasonal Disease and Prevention, Environmental Protection Program, Educated Youth Awareness Program, Old Age and Child Care Program etc.

2.        Malnutrition Treatment & Food Security Support Center:

          The Center is an ambitious project to combat hunger and malnutrition. The project is aimed at benefiting and Saving Lives of Acute Malnourished Children an area which is known for predominantly malnourished families of India and the inhabitants of District Baran of Rajasthan. The Centre is mainly focus upon the areas of Nutrition, Mental Health & Care Practices and Campaigning & Influencing.

3.        Minorities Social & Economic Welfare Center:

          The Rajinder Sachar Committee was commissioned in 2005 by Indian Prime Minister to prepare a report on the latest social, economic, and educational conditions of the Muslim community of India. The committee report highlighted issues facing the Muslim community and their representation in Indian public life. The Sachar Committee highlighted and presented its suggestions on how to remove impediments preventing Indian Muslims from fully participating in the economic, political, and social mainstream of Indian life. The report was the first of its kind to reveal the "backwardness" of Indian Muslims. An issue highlighted was that while Muslims constitute 14% of the Indian population, they only comprise 2.5% of the Indian bureaucracy. The Committee concluded that the conditions facing Indian Muslims was below that of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.

  1. The Center strives to strengthen the marginalized and the minorities communities in a sustainable manner to support its children, youth, the aged, widows, orphans and families leading towards human development with equity, dignity and justice ; to enhance the capacities of the target groups, families and communities through empowerment, participation and advocacy ; to work towards networking, strengthening alliances and building partnerships with national and international organizations with mutually compatible objectives so as to accomplish its objectives.
  2. The Center also works to establish, facilitate, and administer institutions under the rights and duties as provided under Article 30 of the Indian Constitution; to establish institutions for social, cultural, educational, moral, technical and societal uplift of the country from Nursery to Diploma/Degree level.
  3. The Center struggles to explore and open avenues in job oriented training to generate self-employment for women and downtrodden people; to establish and run minority coaching centers for competitive tests/examinations and also renders takes the responsibility to render scholarships and sponsorships, because Muslims are badly lagging behind from other minorities in respect to representation of Muslims in Government decision making and implementation.