End Poverty IndiaSociety — Non-governmental organization (ngo)
End Poverty was set up in 2009 with a purpose to contribute towards poverty in India. EP works in Alwar district of Rajasthan and Mewat district of Haryana in the area of sustainable livelihood creation and girls education.
|Description||End Poverty was set up with a purpose to contribute toward poverty reduction in India|
|Mission||Poverty-free India with education, livelihood and rural development.|
'End Poverty' is a non-profit registered under the Haryana Registration and Regulation of Societies Act, 2012.
Team EP consists of experienced social development professionals, that dreams of seeing a poverty free India. EP's motto is to harness the Power of the People to reduce poverty in India.
EP works in 40 villages of Tijara Block in Alwar District of Rajasthan.
The flagship program is girl child education and over 1200 out of school girls have been made literate through this program so far.
The livelihood programs focus on women's craft skills, small farmer engagements through trainings & linkages in agriculture, horticulture, dairy farming, rural tourism and youth employment.
Rural development by building up the capacity of villagers to engage with Government schemes and provisions, CSR and plan the developmental activities of their village is one of our strategic interventions.
Stakeholders engagements are at the core of our activities and we follow a consultative approach.