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PUBLICATIONS

STATUS OF SHG PROMOTION AND CREDIT LINKAGE WITH BANK
Total No of SHG Promoted
505
Total No. of Members
6750
Total No. of SHG  Bank Linked
382
Total No. of members Bank Linked
5940
Total thrift collected (Rs. In Lakhs)
159.10
Loan advanced (through Bank) (Rs. In Lakhs)
91.19
No. of borrowers
777
Recovery
100%

BANKWISE SAVINGS LINK OF SHGs UNDER YUVASAKTHI
A & N State Cooperative Bank Ltd 166 SHG
State Bank of India 180 SHG
Vijaya Bank 06 SHG
Allahabad Bank 01 SHG
UCO Bank 10 SHG
Canara Bank 19 SHG
TOTAL :
382 SHG

SHG PROMOTION (YEARWISE)
Year No. of SHG Membership
2006-07
79
925
2007-08
189
2422
2008-09
292
3050
2009-10
354
5310
2010-11
495
5940
 
DETAILS OF SHG WITH INTERNAL LENDING
Year
No.of SHG
Thrift Amount
Internal Lending Amount
2008-09 295 7203352 11375600
2009-10 354 11386525 23197372
2010-11 495 15975725 26997372

YUVASAKTHI ITS OWN MICRO FINANCE OPERATION
COLLABORATION WITH SBI AND RMK
ITS OWN
MICRO FINANCE EXPERIENCE

Years

Amount lent (Rs. In lakh) No. of Beneficiaries Avg. loan Amnt. per SHG member
2008-09
11.25
57
20000
2009-10
31.8
206
25000
2010-11
146
607
25000
DETAILS OF AMOUNT DISBURSED AND THROUGH BANK (CREDIT LINKAGE)
Years
No. of SHGs
Rs. Lakh)
Recovery Statement
2007-08
53
2,378,800.00
100%
2008-09
57
2,015,000.00
100%
2009-10
36
1,005,000.00
100%
2010-11
29
8,72,000.00
100%
RELIEF AND REHABILITATION WORK FOR TSUNAMI VICTIMS
1. We have the pride and honour to say that Yuvasakthi is the first local based NGO actively involved in the relief and rehabilitation of Tsunami victims. The panic and havoc created by the massive Earthquake followed deadly tidal waves in these tiny islands could not defuse our interest /motive to serve for the society and people in distress and need.

2. On 27th December, 2004 we met the Deputy Commissioner and expressed our desire to extend possible help and assistance to the victims of Tsunami but the authorities have expressed their inability to provide any type of materials and advised to arrange from our own source.

3. Around 20 active volunteers of Yuvasakthi and members of Self-Help Groups came forward to render their cooperation and services in our noble venture. Survivors from Southern group of islands who were mostly Nicobari tribals were air-lifted to Port Blair and kept in relief camps established at Nirmala School, Prem nagar School and GDMS, Middle Point. We are the first NGO received them in the camps and provided them with water, food and other essential commodities. Our volunteers and members instead of choosing to quit this island at that critical moment dare to render their services for the relief and rehabilitation work of Tsunami victims that too without any financial support either from the government or from any NGO.

4. We have managed to provide food for around 7,000 victims sheltered at the said three schools out of which most of the victims are women and children for 10 days immediately like Tarpauline, mosquito coil and nets, soaps, Kerosene, Candles and necessary medical assistance to the persons injured.

5. Besides the above said immediate rescue and relief work, our volunteers have spent considerable time with the victims in counseling so that they can come out of mental agony and depression caused by the death of their nears and dears which sorrowful event has been witnessed by them.

6. We have supported around 650 fishermen families of Junglighat whose houses and personal belongings including their dinghies were washed away and the survivors are left with the cloths they worn and came on road. We have immediately accommodated these fishermen families at a nearby hilly land by putting tarpaulin tents. With the great financial support of SEEDS a NGO from Delhi, we have provided hygienic water, three times food, mosquito coils, nets, candles, saris, napkins, children-wears to these fishermen families. We have also provided essential medicines to the injured persons with proper medical check-up. Since the fisherman were scared and lost all their fishing for three months after Tsunami, as such till their recovery from the dilemma their families were provided with food and shelter. We have also run a Crèche for the Children of said fishermen and also run entertainment programmes. We have also imparted training programs to the women of fishermen families in making cane products, tailoring, embroidery and woolen works for their livelihood through Self employment, Approximately 718 women of fishermen families of Junglighat were benefited.

7. We have also arranged expertise Counselors to give moral strength and mental peace to the victims of Tsunami who would have become lunatic or mentally depressed, if proper counseling was not given forthwith.

8. Altogether, we have contributed around Rs. 7,09,500 for our entire relief and rehabilitation activities extended to the Tsunami victims of these islands, especially women and children who were orphaned by the said natural disaster.
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