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PARTNERS IN

PROSPERITY
ANNUAL
REPORT
Society Registration No: S/33785 dated 20 Oct, 1998
(Registered under Society Registration Act XXI, 1860)

All grants to PnP are exempt under the section 80 G of


Income Tax Act Vide Letter No. DIT(E)2008-2009 / P –
1277/3038 dated 6 February , 2009.

Registered under the Foreign Contributions (Regulation)


Act , 1976, under FCRA No. 23166097

PAN No. AABTP2591E


TAN No. DELP13178E

Partners in Prosperity Society


Registered Office:
C6/6048, Vasant Kunj,
New Delhi 110070
Camp Office:
3, Turner Road,
Lane C - 18, Clement Town
Dehradun , UK
Ph – 0135 – 6451719,
Fax – 0135 – 2644006
Email:
info.pnpindia@gmail.com
www.pnpindia.org
PARTNERS IN
PROSPERITY

annual
report
2008 - 2009
Foreword
We are happy to present the Annual Report for the period 2008-09. PnP has
grown in confidence and strength during this period. We are now poised for to
launch new programmes and activities in accordance with our mission. In the
coming year, we will focus on building livelihoods of the poor through the
Unitus-PnP Ultra Poor Project.

We have expanded our governing body to include representation from eight


states. Our heartiest welcome to all our new members. With your support and
active participation, we will scale new heights of success.

Manab Chakraborty P. Murali Srinivas


Chair Secretary
Acknowledgment
-B. N. Misra & Co., Chartered Accountants
-Corporation Bank, Vasant Kunj
Major Activities
RELIEF TO THE HOMELESS

Even the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) admits


that at least 1 per cent of the city’s population in Delhi
is homeless. This means that no fewer than 140,000
people live on the streets of Delhi. This figure does
not include those who sleep in carts or rickshaws or
under flimsy plastic-sheet roofs. This year, about 70
deaths were attributed to severe winter cold, a
marked improvement over previous years. Though
the ultimate goal of the National Policy on Housing
and Habitat, 1998, to provide the basic need of
shelter for all, but until such objective is achieved, it is
necessary to provide some kind of shelter to the
absolutely shelter less urban poor, particularly street
children, destitute women and migrant laborers, etc.
The Society undertook drives to feed hungry street
children and elderly persons, and distribute blankets
to the homeless. Society office bearers Mr. Sobhan
Sinha, Mr. Murali Srinivas and Mr. Manab
Chakraborty took active part in distributing food and
blankets to the poor in the slums of Gurgaon.

DAIRY & ANIMAL HUSBANDRY EDUCATION


The Society has been working with 4 Gram
Panchayats in Dehradun District of
Uttarakhand. Our members have provided
advice to the villagers on better animal
husbandry, improving livestock breed and
health. Mr. Anil Tyagi of the Society has
observed that the villagers are selling their
milk through middlemen. The middlemen
collect pure milk at cheap rates (Rs. 9-
10/litre) and sell it at much higher prices (Rs.
18-22/litre). Meetings were organized on 9
November 2008 and 18 January 2009 to
discuss with the villagers on how to provide
better price of milk to the producer, and
ensure quality milk and milk products to
consumers.
Major Activities
PnP UNITUS ULTRA POOR PROJECT

The lives of ultra poor are characterized by irregular income, persistent


hunger, poor health, and illiteracy. The ultra poor lack the ability and
confidence to join mainstream microfinance, and require economic, health
and social development inputs to create sustainable change in their lives.

The PnP Unitus Ultra Poor Project is aimed at providing marginal workers,
particularly those in building & construction work basic health services, job
placement and registration in government run social assistance
programmes. We aim to graduate 1000 poor persons into non poor status
within one year. This project is grant funded by Unitus Inc. USA.

Families living in the slums are primarily part of the unorganized sector
(labor, lime kilns, recycling, vending on carts).Major pharmaceuticals, auto
components, food processing, herbs, aromatic and real estate companies
have established their presence in these two cities which has boosted
demand for skilled workforce.

Dehradun and Haridwar provides being environment for up scaling


employment of ultra poor. As there are no agency providing support to ultra
poor in transforming the lives of ultra poor in these cities, PnP Unitus Ultra
Poor Program is in a unique position to fill this void.
Photo Gallery
financial
statements
Auditor’s Report
Staff Remuneration (p.a.)

Highest Paid INR 0

Lowest Paid INR 0

Head of the Organization INR 0

Board Expenses

Sl No Detail Amount ( INR)


1 International Travel 0
2 Domestic Travel 0
3 Local Conveyance 0
4 Entertainment Expenses 0
5 Other 0
Total 0
governance
Governing Body
Gender, Position, Gross
SL. Name Remuneration, Relation
to other members
Male, Chairperson,
1 Mr. Manab Chakraborty
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Secretary,
2 Mr. P. Murali Srinivas
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Female, Treasures,
3 Ms. Rita Sarin
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Executive Member,
4 Mr. Sobhan Sinha
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Executive Member,
5 Mr. V. R. Babu Guralla
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Member,
6 Mr. Satish Lahkchaura
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Member,
7 Mr. Anil Tyagi
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Member,
8 Mr. Dheeraj Bansal
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Member,
9 Mr. P. D.Ramachandran
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Member,
10 Mr. V. R. Rao
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Male, Member,
11 Mr. Tanay Chakravarty
INR 0.00, Unrelated
Board Meetings
2008 - 09
Meeting Date of Board No of Minutes Total
Meeting Board documented Strength
members & circulated of Board
who on the
attended date this
meeting
was held
Meeting 1 26th May 2008 6 Yes 7

Meeting 2 5th June 2008 5 Yes 7

Meeting 3 12th December 5 Yes 7


2008

Meeting 4 26th January 5 Yes 11


2009
SERVING THE POOREST OF THE POOR
“ULTRA POOR”
PnP doesn’t give medicines or provide one time relief to the poorest of
the poor. We believe that to bring a change in lives of Ultra Poor, it PARTNERS IN
should be holistic & sustainable.
We select Ultra Poor from the Urban Slums and ensure their active
PROSPERITY
inclusion into government policies & programs.

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