The OPNP+ organization was registered under the Societies Act of XXI, 1860 in 2007 since then,the network is tirelessly and selflessly working for the welfare of the people suffering from HIV/AIDS, raising awareness about Tuberculosis, Hepatitis-B & C, empowering women, girls, people with physical/mental disabilities and for the rights of people from slums and marginalized communities.
For implementing this "social vision" we directly connect with such people and work on the grass root levels of society providing them various services.We provide free educational classes to children, computers and other skill-based training coursed to empower needy women and youth, a campaign to save the girl child and educate/support girls through various government and non-government welfare schemes. Educate and empower from slum and marginalized communities by forming a self-help group so that they become self-reliant. we raise awareness in masses at large regarding HIV-TB, Hepatitis, health, hygiene, cleanliness, water sanitation including basic rights of people through community meetings through WAJOOD program.
OPNP+ always stands and supports people HIV+ facing discrimination, women affected by violence, children forced in labour, girls and children in human trafficking, we also advocate for the rights of people living in poverty. To alleviate poverty we offer skill Development programs and entrepreneurship training to women and needy people. OPNP+ has been working for these social cause and was offered drop-in-center by DSASCS (Delhi State Aids Control Society) in 2011, and Help-Desk Service in 2013 by MAMTA and then VIHAAN CARE & SUPPORT CENTER by India HIV/AIDS Alliance in the year 2015 till present.
ABOUT LOCAL NEWS OF INDIA
Local news of India (LNI) is an agency for all about journalism from villages to capital with single window for content, video, images, advertisement, socio political analysis, demographic challenges and administrative elements of government and non government bodies.Rural empowerment is focused agenda of LNI and through this next level integrated journalism will be established into media industry with real involvement of people from village with their own limitations and ideas.
LNI is an initiative to bridge the gap between real reporting and virtual reporting which is being served to society by engaging village level reporters in group and this will act for multipurpose utility to act like retail outlet at each village to make available service sat door.
More than 40 Lac digital edition reach PAN India and 2 lac plus print readership in Delhi NCR, Himachal, MP, UP, UK, Haryana & Rajasthan
ABOUT NSPR INDIA
Students faced lots of issues starting from their school admission to college degree there are many channels working in this industry who want to benefit by various means, unfortunately students are always victims on various scams related with the education industry and found them helpless on some major issues we try to help and protect them on every issue related with their education and provide batter support by bridging with the concern department or governance.
Career Issues. Cultural Issues. Depression and Suicide. Family and Childhood Issues .Relationships Traumatic Events
World AIDS Day offers an important platform to highlight the role of communities at a time when reduced funding and a shrinking space for civil society are putting the sustainability of services and advocacy efforts in jeopardy. Greater mobilization of communities is urgently required to address the barriers that stop communities delivering services, including restrictions on registration and an absence of social contracting modalities. The strong advocacy role played by communities is needed more than ever to ensure that AIDS remains on the political agenda, that human rights are respected and that decision-makers and implementer are held accountable.
Health Minister’s Address
Felicitations of effected and changemakers
Performances by school children, volunteers and groups
Dinner & Networking.
Please Connect with Us
Mr. SahilYadav President OPNP+ : 9210319913
Mr. Vijay Shukla Editor LNI : 9910003357
Mr S. AamirAlvi President NSPR INDIA : 9826115589
Mrs. Gunjan Singh Manager PR & Event : 9899665828, 8178708024
Please support us through banking at:
OM PRAKASH NETWORK OF PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS A SUPPORT GROUP (OPNP)
ACCOUNT NUMBER 000701270293
IFSC CODE ICIC0000007
BRANCH 9A PHELPS CONNAUGHT PLACE NEW DELHI-110001
All support will be tax exempted under section 80G.
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