DedIcated towards emancipation 

of the discriminated


MISSION

  • To promote constitutional safeguards and citizenship rights of the NT-DNT. 
  • To promote education, health and livelihood rights among NT-DNT communities.
  •  Empowerment of women and gender mainstreaming in NT-DNT communities 
  • To build solidarity with marginalized communities to deal with issues of development.

VISION

A society reclaiming human personality to lead a dignified life.

ABOUT NOMADIC AND DENOTIFIED TRIBES

Nomadic and Denotified Tribes are one of the most marginalized communities in India. Lack of constitutional safeguards and stigmatization of criminality attached to their identities make them face violence and vulnerabilities in every walk of life. Nomadic nature kept most of them out of Population Census of India. Historical subjugation, coerced stigmatization as well as unethical legal system marginalized them in social, economic and political arena of life. 

Recently traditional livelihoods sources of these communities viz. hunting, trapping, using animals for street entertainment etc. are declared illegal. Very few alternatives exist in terms of livelihoods, as the larger community is reluctant to employ them due to the stigmatization. These communities, therefore, live in constant fear of police persecution and violence from the local populace. The majority of them are landless, homeless and illiterate. About 89 percent of the Denotified communities and 98 percent of the Nomadic community’s report that none of the families in the community own any land. Most of the communities live in poor living conditions and are deprived of basic amenities, such as toilets, water, electricity etc. 

Nomadism perturbed access to proper health, educational facilities and inclusion in Population Census. Lack of basic citizenship and other documents viz. voting card, ration card, caste certificate, etc excruciated the agonizing situation. As the community members are numerically least and scattered, treatment meted out is of outcaste. The unjust actions by society and the State arising out of the prevailing social prejudices against them violate their human rights. Women and children are the worst hit by this social injustice. 

Liberalization, Privatization, Globalization, technological transformation and newer Indian laws snatched away their source of livelihoods and rubbed salt to injury. They have been alienated from land and are forced to migrate by reason of violence and loss of their traditional livelihood means. There is, therefore, an urgent need to work with these communities for ensuring their inclusion into the mainstream and to address the need for a more inclusive policy at the government level to improve the social, economic, and political conditions of these communities.

OUR ORGANOGRAM

OUR TEAM

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Santosh Jadhav

President

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Vaishali Bhadwalkar

Treasurer

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Kishor Bidve

Secretary

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Santosh Jadhav

President

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Pravin Jadhav

Vice President

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Kishor Bidve

Secretary

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Vaishali Bhandwalkar

Treasurer

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Diksha Alhat

Member

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Mahesh Bapu Madane

Member

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Uttam Madane

Member

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Sachin Raskar

Member

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Megha Chavan

Member

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Manjula Bhale

Member

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Rajesh Nanda V. Mule

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Amir Balu Mulani

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Manisha Telang

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Shraddha Baraskar

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Ravi Pawar

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Rajendra Shendage

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Sonali Kamble

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Sneha Surayawanshi

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Ravindra Takwane

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Balaji Jadhav

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Alka Nikam

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Rahul Chunidas

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Poonam Galande

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Kalyani Sunil Kole

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Neha Shinde

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Jayashree Waghela

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Laxman Gaikwad

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Jyoti Khandare

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Shalaka Shinde

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Sayali Pawar

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Anil Kele

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Sudarshan Chakale

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Kajal Gaikwad

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Kalpana Mohite

VILLAGE VOLUNTEERS

Pushpa Shegar

Mrs. Pushpa has completed Secondary School. She is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since July 2017.

Kalpana Dhotre

Mrs. Kalpana is an entrepreneur. She has a small scale jewelry making business. She is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since April 2016.

Deepali Kamble

Mrs. Deepali has completed secondary education. She is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since 2014.

Shobha Jadhav

Ms. Shobha is a health worker in Kati village, Indapur block. She has been engaged with NIRMAN since September 2017 and working as volunteer.

Kalpana Dhotre

Mrs. Kalpana is an entrepreneur. She has a small scale jewelry making business. She is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since April 2016.

Akshay Shinde

Mr. Akshay is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts from Pune University. He is as an Electrician. He is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since September 2017.

Reshma Chavan

Ms. Reshma has completed a Bachelor of Arts from Pune University. She is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since December 2017.

Rajendra Waghmare

Mr. Rajendra is pursuing a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering. He is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since February 2018.

Dipali Pawar

Ms. Dipali has completed Higher Secondary School. She is working with NIRMAN as volunteer since January 2018.

FINANCIAL REPORTS

2018-2019

2017-2018

2016-2017

CERTIFICATES

  • Registration Certificate
  • 12A Certificate
  • 80G Certificate
  • FCRA Certificate