2020-01-22 Wednesday


Organizational Profile

Chandra Jyoti Integrated Rural Development Society (CIRDS) Dhading had been registered in District Administration Office Dhading as a YOUTH CLUB in 1995 aiming to address the local needs with awareness and action in the initiation of self motivated local youth. Now it has been transformed into a local Non-Governmental Organization in 2002 and has been working in Dhading District in different sectors.

Affiliation with SWC                                                     :  3618/052 Magh 14

Affiliation with NGO Federation Dhading                   : 19/059

Affiliation with Santhagat Bikas Sanjal                         : 2005 AD.

Affiliation with Nepal Parma-culture Group (NPG)      :  2064 B.S.

Affiliation with Association of Youth forum (AYON) : 2066 B.S.

PAN Registration No.                                                    :301668028 (Date: 2061/6/5)

Tax Free Organization Registration Certificate             : 2063/12/1)

  1. Vision:

Establishment of a civilized and prosperous society.

  1. Mission: 

Play supportive role to bring positive transformation in the livings of target community by mobilizing resources through community empowerment.

  1. Goal:

Promote meaningful participation of community members, enhance leadership skills and foster organizational capacity to uplift economic, social and political status of target beneficiaries.

  1. Objectives:

The objective of CIRDS Dhading is to:

  • To uplift the socio-economic status of vulnerable people via improved agriculture, social mobilization and income generation activities.
  • Build awareness and initiate action on Education, Environment, Health, Nutrition HIV & AIDS and other social issues.
  • Improve the nutritional status of children and women with integrated nutrition approach suffered with malnutrition.
  • Create supportive environment for children and women by reducing stigma and discriminations related with caste, religion, class and gender.
  • Increasing vocational and entrepreneur skills to uplift livelihood activities of community people.
  • Capacitate the farmers and other rural dwellers for creating the resiliency on disaster.
  • Identify and mobilize local/External resources to spend in infrastructure development and for mutual benefit of community people.
  • Conserving and utilizing natural resources with active contribution in environmental protection and mitigation of factors of climate change.
  • Notification and mitigation of social problems with advocacy, awareness for protection of human rights.
  • To foster on safer and more beneficial migration for women and men, who voluntarily choose to go for labor migration through advocacy, information and skill development..
  1. Working Sectors (Thematic areas):
    • Agriculture, Environment & Enterprise development, disaster management,
    • Women and children
    • Education & Health, Nutrition , HIV & AIDS,
    • Socially and economically marginalized group,
    • Integrated Community Development.
    • Potential migrant workers, returnee migrant workers, families left behind, school students and different existing community groups
  2. Guiding Principle:

6.1 Transparency,

6.2 Accountability,

  • Serviceability,

6.4 Social devotion & attachment,

  1. Guiding Policies:

Organizational Policy,

  • Financial policy
  • Administrative policy,/Employment policy Manual,
  • Strategic Plan,
  • Communication Strategy,
  • Volunteer Mobilization guideline,
  • Training Manuals and standard operating procedures (SOPs),
  • Documentation Guidelines.
  • Board manual
  • Gender Sensitive Policy
  • Anti-Corruption Policy
  1. Major Strategies:
    • Organizing people,
    • Vocational skill development,
    • Organizational capacity building and human resources mobilization,
    • Partnership and Coordination,
    • Issue-based advocacy,
    • Emphasis on mobilization of local resources
  1. Working Approach:

9.1 Integrated Approach

To address issue based prioritized needs of targeted community (Education, Awareness, Vocational skills, Livelihood activities, Linkage & Networking),

9.2 Support targeted beneficiaries to develop & sustain self help groups (e.g. Child club formation & strengthening, Women & Organic agriculture cooperatives, Janajagriti School strengthening, PLHIV Support group-Sheetal Samaj),

9.3 Coordination, Collaboration and Networking (CBOs, Local bodies, I/NGOs, GOs),

9.4 Identification & Mobilization of resources,

9.5 Enhance Community mobilization and Participation,

9.6 Issue based advocacy