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Institute for Development of Youth, women and Child (IDYWC) was started in 1988 by Mr. Sadiq Agwan in Amarwara Tehsil of Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh.  The place identified by the  group was Amarwara Tehsil of Chhindwara district – a predominantly tribal district in Madhya pradesh. In the initial phase, they begun their development intervention in the form of Balwadis in three villages which did not have any primary educational centre and there were a large number of non school going children in school going age group. Meanwhile, visits were made to the interior villages of Harrai and Amarwara blocks in an attempt to get deeper understanding of the socio-economic profile of the communities and identify the poverty issues  on which the further interventions could  be based. 

The organization has completed its 25 years of existence and has been working in Chhindwara and Seoni districts of Madhya Pradesh with an approach of community empowerment.  The working   area was selected on the basis of its remotestness and backwardness in terms of both socially and economically.  

The work of the organization is broadly categories as  mobilizing  local community and awareness building, strengthening and building capacities of the village masses with main emphasis on women’s empowerment.  Livelihood development is a major area of intervention follows by Watershed Development to counter issue of migration as well as Soil and water conservation.  Elementary Education, Building capacities to mainstream Panchayats and strengthening Gram Sabhas. 

The head quarter of IDYWC is at Amarwara which is situated 40 km away from the district head quarters, Chhindwara. Chhindwara is connected with rail and road and is about 165 km from Nagpur and about 350 km from Bhopal.

Working area :- The working  area of IDYWC is Harrai, Tamiya, Amarwara  blocks of Chhindwara district and Chhapara block of Seoni district.  The  most remotest part of the state.  It covers 200 tribal villages  covering The targeted group is comprising by Bharia and Gonds tribes( Scheduled tribes).  They are 90% of the total targeted population.  5% scheduled caste and 5% others.   The majority is small and marginal farmers.  

 

List of the School Management Committee

S.No. Name Address Designation Occupation

Term of

Membership

1  Mr. Kabir Rawalekar

Aadhar Apts. Near Diksha Bhoomi,

Nagpur, Maharashtra 

 Chairman  Service  3 Years
2  Mr. Devendra Ghare

 Nadanvan Layout

Nagpur, Maharashtra

 Joint. Exe. Secretary Service  3 Years 
3  Mrs. Seema Sadiq

 C/o Prayas Campur, Chourai Road,

Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP)

 Member Secretary  Service/Principal  3 Years
4  Mr. Mahendra Thakur

Ward. No 3, Nai Abadi,

Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP)

Member  Social Service  3 Years 
5 Mr. A. M. Siddiqui 

Ward No. 12, Kumbhari Mohalla, 

Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP)

Member  Social Service  3 Years 
6 Mr. V.D. Dehariya 

Near Nav-deep High School,

Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP)

 Member  Service 3 Years 
7 Mr. Kamlesh Pandey 

Near Telephone Exchange,

Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP)

Member  Service  3 Years 
8 Mr. Milind Sontakke 

Ward No. 12, Kumbhari Mohalla, 

Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP)

Member  Service/Teacher 3 Years 
9 Mr. Kundan Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP) Member  Service/Teacher 3 Years
10 Mr. Khalil Khan  Ward. No 3, Nai Abadi,

Amarwara, Dist. Chhindwara (MP)

Member Nominated by

The State Education Department

Service 3 Years
11  Mr. Sanjay Sonare

At Post Pathai, The-Pandhurna,

Dist.- Chhindwara 

 Member Nominated by

The State Education Department

Service 3 Years

 

Address
PRAYAAS CAMPUS,
Chourai Road,Amarwada
Chhindwara,District
M.P 480001
M:9424724448
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