In 2002, PRIDE was registered as a Non-Governmental, Non-profitable organization under Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960 in Bangalore rural.The organization consists of like minded group of people who are dedicated to the advancement of human welfare of the disadvantaged sector of the people to initiate various socio-economic, Educational, Vocational, Cultural, Health and Environmental activities to the rural community. It seeks to identify the need-based activities at grass root level and contribute solutions to the problems that emerge in the community. The organization provides technical and non-technical “KNOW-HOW” support to the Rural Women and Child and the Youth to bringing out the hidden talent and skill for their improvements. Our organization is very keen on the disadvantaged sector of the people and is working for the betterment of their Socio-economic condition and social status in the society.
We envision a bright and prosperous development of our youth, guiding them with support and encouragement
Help construct a society which is: self- reliant, conscious of socio-economic issues, where there is a spirit of cooperation, where women and girls are appropriately skilled to undertake their choice of activities without hindrance or dependence, where there is leadership development while maintaining gender equity, Justice & above all each having a respect for the values of others and each striving for the good of the greater Society.
Most of our rural areas are not much aware about the Biodiversity and its benefits to human beings and they are not having the knowledge about its protection for the new generations. Keeping this in mind organizations conducted on 15-03-2019 and 16-03-2019 a day each seminar and action oriented activity to create awareness about the importance and uses of biodiversity and an action oriented activity to protect the Biodiversity to the next generation to lead a happy life. Created awareness about the role of biodiversity in the human life.
Sericulture Training Program
Growing mulberry and rearing silk worm are one of the profitable crops of the farmers. 50 identified and selected (28 men and 12 women) from small and marginal beneficiaries from project villages and train him latest technology and technical know-how about the crop, how to prevent the diseases relating to sericulture.This program was organized with the co-operation of Government sericulture department Mandya on 15th to 17th January 2018. Same beneficiaries were taking them to the VC Farm Mandya to show the different high yielding crops and the animal husbandry programs, which are beneficial to them. All the participants were actively participated in the training program.
Farm and Non-Farm Workshop
A day workshop on “FARM AND NON-FARM” income generation activities was organized at Chikka mandya on 16.02.2009. There were around 50 participants from different villages of the project area were participated. Skill and employment oriented, small business and income generation activities, which are the subjects discussed and doubts were clarified.Agriculture and Non-Agricultural activities were discussed and created awareness about the programs and to start feasible programs, which are locally survival to improve the socio-economic condition of the rural people as an additional activity to generate income apart from their main activity. The above training programs were organized, conducted, and educated through in house resource faculty and some of the experts were called from the outside to facilitate the program.
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