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About Irs-ngo

Integrated Rural Society (IRS), based in Assam, is an NGO working tirelessly to improve the lives of rural communities in the state. While many NGOs aim to alleviate poverty, IRS focuses on a holistic approach, addressing various facets of rural life, from education and healthcare to economic empowerment and environmental sustainability.

Integrated Rural Society (IRS) has established itself as a crucial force in transforming rural Assam. Our dedication to education, healthcare, economic development, and environmental sustainability, coupled with society community-driven approach, makes us a beacon of hope for the region. While there are areas where we can improve, IRS undoubtedly plays a pivotal role in uplifting the lives of rural communities and contributing to a brighter future for Assam.

IRS emphasizes community participation in all its projects. This participatory approach allows the local communities to identify their needs, actively contribute to the decision-making process, and take ownership of the initiatives. This ensures the sustainability and long-term success of our programs.

IRS actively engages in promoting quality education for children in rural areas. Their initiatives include providing scholarships, setting up libraries and educational centers, and conducting awareness programs on the importance of education. This focus on education empowers individuals and communities, breaking the cycle of poverty.

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Our Aim and objective

(a) Rural Development:

1. To organize the people of the area fewer than one roof and thereby try to work together for development of the area in all respect.

2. To look after for development of all roads, land, bye-land, supply of pure drinking water, proper electrification etc. in the area of rural.

3. To try offering as implement agency income generation programme on Handloom Textile, Handicrafts and others rural development programme.

4. To undertake Social Welfare works for backwards classes’ communication for their better economic development.

(b) Health:

1. To organize free treatment camp in the area from time to time and to organize awareness camp on AIDS, Hepatitis-B, Cancer, HIV, T.B. etc. with from such type of diseases with the help of Govt. and experienced personals as well as to organize Ayurveda , Yoga, Health fitness awareness activities and rural sanitation programme.

2. To organize free medical camps for the people living below poverty line in the remote villages where medical facilities are not easily available.

(c) Women & Child Welfare :

1. To extent support & helping hand to achievement the Mission for Empowerment of Women:

2. To help of child care and supply foods or nutrition, child brain development, child labour care.

(d) Education:

1. To try education of illiteracy form amongst the people of area by establishing pre- primary, adult education and condensed course of education centre in the area from time to time.

2. To try education of IT Skill, Science Technology and skill development courses.

3. To extent helping hand to the desirous and needy poor students for their upliftment as much as possible.

(f) Art-Culture & Sports:

1. To organize various games & sports, State, National or International cultural function and literacy competitions in the area amongst the locality and thereby try to encourage then in these fields. Try to Sociocultural visual documentation under societies of rural.

(g) Agriculture: 1. To help people of Assam by offering training and income generation programs on Sericulture, Agriculture, Livestock Farming, Fishery such livelihood etc.

(h) Environment:

1. To undertake various social welfares works with the help of students of the area with a view to keeping the area neat, clean and pollution free one.

2. To develop awareness among the people of Assam to protect wild life and thereby maintain a balance between development and nature.

3. To develop social forestry due to present pollution and de-forestation problems.

4. To make the area pollution free by undertaking tree plantation and other pollution control measures from time to time.

(i) Consumer/Social Awareness:

1. To rise Of Consumer Awareness among the rural peoples and try to Consumer Awareness as an act of making sure the buyer or consumer is aware of the information about products, goods, services, and consumers rights.

2. To promote social awareness activities such seminar/workshop or any resource for development and try to socio-economic development under the area of tribes and backwards classes.

3. To promote social awareness on road safety/traffic safety awareness.

4. To try awareness programme on blind or magic activities organise & campaign to raise awareness on blindness in backwards area.

(j) Disaster:

1. To support flood/ cyclone and other natural calamities that affect both human population and the wild life of the state.

(k) Others Social Welfare:

1. To work event or social welfare programme for socio-economic development from the National or International community’s support activities and it’s International Contribution with prior permission under the FCRA registration or if any in future.

2. To work as joining hands with other Partnership System in various development programme under the process to promote and achieve equality, justice and peace for all the society.


Details of Registration:

ii) FCRA : Apply for ( MHA File Number : 6200232019)

iii) 80 G: AAAAI3807LF20216 (Unique Registration Number)

iv) 12A : AAAAI3807LE20218 (Unique Registration Number)

v) 35 AC : Nil

vi) PAN Card No.: AAAAI3807L vii) TAN No.: SHLI00783G

viii) NITI Aayog, Government of India, Unique ID: - AS/2010/0033981

ix) Public Financial Management System (PFMS) Unique Agency Code: AS/2010/0033981

x) Unique Business Identification Number (UBIN) of EODB : AA38081/AAAAI3807L/07/2019

xi) Guide Star Number (GSN) : 6253

xii) Global Giving (Unique Global ID): 72221

xiii) Ministry of MSME, Government of India, New Delhi, Udyam Registration: UDYAM-AS-28-0000546

xiv) CSR Unique Registration Number: CSR00046894

Organisation Structure

Organisation Diagram: - The Organization Structure of the Integrated Rural Society (IRS) NGO is based on a System as mentioned below:-

1. Governing Body/ Executive Committee

2. Advisory Broad

Governing Body/ Executive Committee:-The Executive Committee is solemnly responsible for the management operation and mainly for successful implementation of development programmes. The Executive Committee also delegating its powers to the programme implementation committees helping for successful implementation of the development programmes of IRS. The Governing Body of IRS is comprises of Eleventh Executive Members nominated or selected (elected) by the General Body.

Advisory Broad: - The Advisory Broad Comprise of Executive Members, IRS programme coordinators and selected persons associated with IRS in different projects. The Advisory Broad meeting held every month at the premises of IRS to review the ongoing projects of IRS and how they can be made more effective focusing of people participation and result oriented. The Advisory Broad Member keeps the right to ask for any document/explanation from IRS programme coordinator Time to time. As soon as after the decision right to attitude for action the organization will be organized any programme for as development.

Main target group: The organization has been targeted more than 2000 (15 member per group X 134 no. groups) SHGs per year and individual 1500 per year in the rural area within backward classes, for example – S.T., S.C. and O.B.C. Communities.

Present Running Geographical Area of Activities: - Biswanath , Sonitpur ,Kamrup (Rural) Lahkimpur, Dhemaji, Majuli District, Sivasagar , Assam

“Pray! And listen to God! You can do this alone, but find somebody to do it with you”

Benefits for Rural Communities

The IRS approach offers a plethora of benefits for rural communities, including:

Economic Growth: Integrated development strategies promote diversified livelihoods, focusing on sectors like agriculture, agro-processing, renewable energy, and tourism. This creates economic opportunities, reduces reliance on single income sources, and increases overall economic resilience.

Improved Quality of Life: IRS initiatives prioritize access to essential services like healthcare, education, sanitation, and clean water. This improves the overall well-being of rural communities, enhances their living standards, and empowers them to live healthier and more fulfilling lives.

Social Inclusion: IRS encourages the participation of marginalized groups, promoting equity and inclusivity. By addressing the specific needs of women, youth, and indigenous communities, IRS ensures that development benefits all members of society.

Environmental Sustainability: Integrated development approaches prioritize sustainable land management practices, waste management, and the utilization of renewable energy sources. This helps to protect the environment, conserve natural resources, and build a more resilient future for rural communities.

The Integrated Rural Society (IRS) is a powerful tool for achieving sustainable and equitable development in rural communities. By empowering beneficiaries and fostering community ownership, IRS fosters motivation, improves quality of life, and builds a brighter future for rural communities worldwide. Implementing this model requires a collaborative approach involving governments, NGOs, and local communities, working together to unlock the full potential of rural regions and create a more just and prosperous world for all.

Encourages collective action: By promoting collaboration among community members, IRS empowers them to work together to solve local challenges and achieve collective goals. This strengthens social cohesion and fosters a sense of shared responsibility for development.

A Catalyst for Beneficiary Motivation and Prosperity

Traditional Medication
Income Stability
Focus on Socio-Economic development
Cultural Activities
Improved Quality of life
Social inclusion
Environmental Sustainbility
Human Being activities
“We know only too well that what we are doing is nothing more than a drop in the ocean. But if the drop were not there, the ocean would be missing something.
- Mother Teresa

Projects Running by IRS, NGO (Own Funding):

Our Main Work

The concept of an Integrated Rural Society (IRS) is gaining traction as a powerful approach to addressing the challenges faced by rural communities worldwide. This model emphasizes a holistic and interconnected development strategy, focusing not just on economic growth, but on improving quality of life, fostering social inclusion, and empowering rural communities to take control of their future.

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In today's digital age, proficiency in digital skills is crucial for navigating everyday life and accessing opportunities. Recognizing this need, the Integrated Rural Society (IRS) has established the IRS Digital Literacy Center (IDLC) to bridge the digital divide and empower individuals with the necessary digital knowledge and competencies.

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IRS Integrated Culture Promotional Programme (IICPP): Empowering Rural Communities through Cultural Preservation

The Integrated Rural Society (IRS) has launched the IRS Integrated Culture Promotional Programme (IICPP), a comprehensive initiative aimed at fostering cultural preservation and revitalization within rural communities. This programme recognizes the vital role that culture plays in shaping rural identities, fostering community cohesion, and promoting sustainable development.

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