About Us
UNICEF India Rajmata Jijau Mother-Child Health & Nutrition Mission Integrated Child Development Services Department of Women & Child Development BPNI, Maharashtra Health Education To Villages

19 Kamla Nagar,
Behind M & S Complex
New Bhupalpura,
100 Ft Shobhagpura Road
Udaipur 313 011, Rajasthan
Ph. No. - +91-294-2810373
Mobile No : +91-9166778628

Email- mksudr@rediffmail.com


GMKS believed an equitable, Peaceful, Just and value based society, free from discrimination of economic status, caste, Gender and religion.

The mission of GMKS is to organize and empower the tribal and marginalized section of the society through self-help initiatives. They can develop their own capabilities and manage resources to cater larger needs of the sustainable development process.
To empower poorest and venerable tribe community to deal with their own resources and practices for seeking sustainable livelihood, quality education, improved health and hygiene and nutrition to all , especially women and children for a dignified living.
GMKS put emphases on community participation with participatory planning ,implementation ,monitoring and evaluation .GMKS believes in common concessencess (Aam Sahmati) . In short the approach of GMKS is democratic ethical value and people based.
Village Development Committee

Kissan Diwas Celebration

This event was orgamnised on 22nd July 2014. Five gram panchayat sarpach's joined the event. Bank manager of Bank of Baroda also joined the event. 22 wadi tukdi members and the CEO of GEMKS joined the event. Purpose of the event was to discuss the problems and issues of the farmers of the area and shared best practices and learnings..

This is an initiative for smooth functioning of the developmental progarmmes in the villages and the village development committees, which also act as watchdog of program implementation, oversee all the matters pertaining to the development of the villages. GMKS has formed several village development committees such as Nirman Samittees (Construction Committees), Jal Samittees (Water Committees) & Forest Development Committees. Village Development Committees function in several villages to attain the specific purposes and goals of the development of the region. These committees take all responsibilities of the community participation in the work. These committees in close association with GMKS staff members select sites for physical work and set the priorities of the development workswhat is to be executed and what is not on the basis of the needs of the villagers.

These committees create employment opportunities for the poor villagers in the region and on rotation basis; they give chance to each and every household member for managing a decent livelihood in the village. The committees don't deploy pregnant women, elderly people and children as a labour in the physical work.

A Village Development Committee is represented by 10 members, two male and one female are taken in the committee from each fala (small village). Unlike a Village Development Committee, each Nirman Samiti or Jal Samiti has seven members in total. Each member is elected by the villagers in village meeting.


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