Bordumsa Mahila Mandal
On 24th April 1993, the organization formed an Executive Body to look into the problems of individual women, and society as a whole.
In 1996 the organization was registered as an NGO by the government after which it took up the cause of opium de-addiction since it affected the local society and concerned household individuals especially women. Opium de-addiction campaigns and camps were organized with the help of the state Health Department and its members. Awareness campaigns were launched. The responsibilities of women were enlightened.
Economic activities like the development of women and children in rural areas (DWCRA) under Rural Development were taken up. Women were imparted training on weaving, knitting, and tailoring. Literary activities like essay writing competitions for students were conducted. Sensitization programs on the role of women, their empowerment, and education on domestic violence were conducted.
Bordumsa Mahila Mandal celebrates International Women’s Day every year for the unity, solidarity, and equality of women. It conducts various activities and programs where the women of Bordumsa Circle participate and discuss the plight, prospect, and role of women in society.
Since 2016 the organization has been entrusted to implement schemes under North Eastern Region Community Resource Management Project for Upland Areas (NERCORMP) overseeing 24 villages under Bordumsa Circle. Bordumsa Mahila Mandal has, is, and will always take an active part in the uplifting of the womenfolk in particular and the society as a whole.
Bordumsa Mahila Mandal is Registered with the Registrar of Societies and the type of NGO is Registered Societies (Non-Government) bearing the The Societies Registration Act, 1860 and the Registration Number is SR/ITA/354. The city and state of registration are Bordumsa and Arunachal Pradesh. The date of registration is 03/04/1996. Our Unique Id of VO/NGO is AR/2020/0262965.
We aim to achieve behavioral, social and economic transformation for women and children towards an India where everyone can have equal opportunities.
It is our motto to empower women living with dignity and contributing as equal partners in development in an environment free from violence and discrimination.
- To extend social and cultural welfare activities amongst the people of the area in general and women and children in particular
- To extend socio-economic activities in the area for the betterment of the community as a whole
- To organize social and cultural activities especially amongst women and children
- To provide and to arrange recreational facilities for women and children
- To strive for differentiation of useful knowledge among people