EK KIRAN-AROH (A RAY OF HOPE) is a public charitable trust registered under the Indian Trust Act, 1882. Established by a group of professionals, the organization is working in the state of Bihar & Jharkhand for last four years with marginalized social and economic groups and people at the bottom of the pyramid.
The working strategy of EK KIRAN – AROH (A RAY OF HOPE) is to involve community in planning, Implementation, Monitoring, and Evaluation of the program through participatory approach. The focus is to make the program need-based and community-centered.
- Modern day slavery / Anti-Human Trafficking
- Women & Child Rights
- Poverty Alleviation / Sustainable Livelihood
- Health & Hygiene
- Climate change & environment
- Arsenic Mitigation & Sanitation
- HIV/AIDS, RCH, YARSH
Establishment of a progressive, peaceful, dynamic and just society, based on the values of equality, justice, and cooperation to ensure better and dignified life, especially for the downtrodden community, Modern days slavery & exploitation free society and protection of new generation to Global warming & climate change.
To work with poor and excluded women, men, and children to fight poverty, inequality, exploitation and injustice; to educate, organize, and empower people to promote overall inclusive development with socio – economic – political and cultural standard aiming at establishing environmentally friendly just and peaceful society.
|S.N.||Name||Background||Organizational role (if any)|
|1||Ritu Priya||Social work||Chairman|
|2||Manoj Kumar||Social work||Managing Director|
|3||Vineet Kumar||Social work||Director program|
|4||Amita Srivastava||Social work||Trustee|
|5||Simpy Jha||Social work||Trustee|
|6||Reecha Nath||Social work||Trustee|
|7||Subodh Kumar||Social work||Trustee|