Indian Institute for Rural Development (IIRD) was established in 1994 as a non-profit voluntary organization
The Indian Institute for Rural Development (IIRD) was founded with the aim to provide the most underprivileged individuals with equal conditions, enhancing their capacity to control their own lives, health, education, economic empowerment and political participation and thus allowing them to lead a life of dignity.
IIRD undertakes integrated programmes for the upliftment and economic development of rural stakeholders in the villages of Rajasthan and providing backward and forward linkages to the rural economy. Through its non- rigid, locality specific, felt need-based, beneficiary oriented and committed nature of service, it has established multitude of roles which effects rural development.
Empowerment of the rural poor and enhance standards of living for the underprivileged
To facilitate sustainable development through qualitative Human Resource Developmentread more
To promote qualitative human resource development through collective efforts of the communityread more
IIRD understands that achieving economic development goes beyond the pursuit of material gains; it means achieving the necessary means to be productive...Read More
Education and child development is committed to supporting our educator in providing a safe nurturing and educational environmental that promotes children...Read More
IIRD has identified Health and Sanitation as a serious area to be addressed in order to improve living standards of rural people in India..Read More
When addressing the issue of natural resource management in rural areas one of the main endeavors should be to promote sustainable agriculture..Read More
Women are the key agents of sustainable development and women's equality and empowerment are seen as central to a more holistic approach towards..Read More
Monitoring is the continuous internal assessment of project implementation in relation to agreed schedules and the use of inputs, infrastructure and services..Read More
In a bid to include the neglected masses of rural poor in the process of increasing the well-being of mankind, IIRD concerns itself with economic growth and social justice...
The Indian Institute of Rural Development (IIRD) was founded with the aim to provide the most underprivileged individuals with equal conditions, enhancing their capacity....
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