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SNAC Registration

I. Introduction

The State Nodal Agency Center (SNAC) is an existing scheme, started during 2003-04 on a pilot basis, after due approval of the SFC, for the period of two years. After successful implementation of the scheme, the scheme has been revised and improved to reach the unreached and remote area of the country. The 23rd Board Meeting of the National Trust held on 14.6.06 also suggested for the modification and extension of the scheme.

The National Trust has found that information sharing through State Nodal Agency Centers has been very successful in terms of taking off the activities of National Trust and hence has been expanded to include State Nodal Agency Partners (SNAPs) alongwith SNACs. In 2007-08 new scheme came in to existence in which 32 SNACs were set up for two years. In addition to SNAC, 37 SNAPs were also set up in almost every state for two years. The SNAP has been made in the manner of 1 SNAP per 10 districts of a State for helping the SNAC to work properly and in close proximity of National Trust and State Governments for creating awareness in the remotest corners of each State. From April 2011 onwards SNAPs tenure was not extended.

The National Trust itself has very limited staff and infrastructure. However, the National Trust has to fulfill its objectives and to broaden its sphere of working in every State and UT except J&K, therefore a State level representative has to be appointed in order to sustain the momentum in long run. Also the SNAC has advantage of Local language, local goodwill, infrastructure, technical personnel, space, equipments and strong linkages with the State govt. and with the local media therefore for the National Trust, the SNAC strategy of multiplicative effect has yielded huge results.

The scheme has social objectives and has emphasis on convergence, documentation, mentoring and activating the Local Level Committees. Since, the scheme has been successful in the past hence expanded to include more and more NGOs which will result in social yield in terms of better care for target groups and opportunities for families of persons with Disabilities to cope better with the stress and anxiety.

This is a unique scheme and  had been successful in the implementation of its all objectives to the best possible extent in its pilot period. In view of such good results the scheme has been modified and expanded. It is therefore proposed to set up State Nodal Agency Centre in every State and UT. This scheme is a modified version of earlier scheme namely State Nodal Agency Centers / State Nodal Agency Partners. This scheme is the result of good response to our earlier scheme whose pilot period has been completed on 31.12.2013.

The majority of persons with disability in India are in the lower socio economic group. This scheme fulfills the need of the poorest sections of the society in the remotest of areas.

II. Responsibilities of SNAC

i) Mandatory

a) Convergence with State Governments

The SNAC should be required to create awareness in the State with government functionaries about the National Trust and its activities. It shall coordinate with the Chief Secretary of the State, Secretaries of Social Welfare, Rural Development, Education, Labour, Urban Development, Health & Family Welfare, etc. It shall advocate inclusion of the four National Trust disabilities in the State budget. A minimum two meetings shall be held by the SNACs with each head of the department, annually and a progress report / minutes shall be submitted by each SNAC.

b) Data / Information & Resource Centre

  1. The SNAC will be required to maintain a regular database which shall be updated regularly, relating to these four disabilities in the State. A half yearly report shall be submitted to the National Trust by the SNAC giving all relevant data.
  2. This will be on a standard uniform format, which will be developed by the National Trust office. This includes directories of Caregivers, legal guardians, parents’ associations and DPOs.
  3. Facilitation of LLCs – SNACs shall liaison with all members of the LLCs and their legal guardians. They will encourage activities for creating awareness in LLCs.
  4. Mentoring small NGOs, facilitate formation of Parents Associations, DPOs. (Mentoring means being a consultant to younger and smaller organizations in whatever way possible. Support at least 2 organisations every year, though a larger number will be appreciated).
  5. Facilitate formation of Parents’ Associations and Disabled People’s Organisations.
  6. Sensitization of professional groups and government officials, LLC members.
  7. To conduct refresher courses and training programmes for caregivers and master trainers.

ii) Desirable

  1. Conducting of professional training.
  2. Inspection of NGOs, as per the instructions of the National Trust.

III. Role of SNAC

  1. To assist Registered Organizations of the National Trust (ROs) in implementation of 10 New / Revised schemes of the National Trust launched on 24-11-2015..
  1. To popularize the New / Revised schemes of the National Trust in the State.
  2. To coordinate and liaison with different State authorities and officials for ensuring convergence with various State & Central scheme and programmes for PwDs.
  3. To work as vibrant “knowledge centres” for disability related information, best practices, research and development and other issues of your state.
  4. To work for sensitization & awareness generation in the community and empowerment of PwDs.
  5. Mentor Training for Self Advocacy
  6. Training programme for Legal Guardians
  7. Sensitization on replication of Kollam Model
  8. Road Map meeting for the state

IV. Appointment of SNACs

Application shall be obtained from all Registered Organizations for appointment of SNACs. Selection shall be done on the basis of work done by each organization, size of the organization and infrastructure available with the organization. The final criteria for selection shall be taken by a Selection Committee.

V. Eligibility Criteria

The Criteria for selection of a lead NGO / SNAC – one in each State shall be –

  1. Must be registered with the National Trust.
  1. Have been in existence for more than 10 years.
  2. Be working in the disability areas covered by National Trust Act for at least 5 years.
  3. Be a legally Constituted Body not running for profit to any individual and body of individuals.
  4. Have proven track record in running other projects.
  5. Preferably, be receiving grants from Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities (Divyangjan), Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment.
  6. Have experience in HRD in Rehabilitation and be recognized by RCI.
  7. Have State level networking at least informally.
  8. Have good liaison with State Government.
  9. Be located at the State Capital wherever possible.
  10. Have qualified and experienced staff as service providers, trainers and administrators.

VI. Funding Pattern

The funding under SNAC will have two components fixed & variable. The details are as under -

i. Fixed Component (SNAC A & B)
Sr. no. Activities Frequency Frequency of Programmes Budget (consolidated)
1 Honorarium for coordinator Every month Full Time 120000 (@10000/-p.m.)
2 Documentation / Reporting 2 Half yearly 3000
3 Misc.     2000
  Total     125000
ii. Variable Component
Sr. no. Activities No. of Programmes Frequency of Programmes Budget (consolidated)
1   Meeting of Registered Organisations 2 Half yearly 100000
2 Meeting of all LLC members (District Collectors, PwD members, LLC Registered organizations) 2 Half yearly 50000
3 Meeting with SLCC 2 Half yearly 2000
  Total     152000

Total fund to each SNAC

Fixed Component                               -           Rs.1,25,000

Variable                                               -           Rs.1,52,000

Total                                                   -           Rs.2,77,000

VII. List of SNACs -

Sr. No. State Coordinator and Organisation name Phone Number E-mail
1 Andhra Pradesh Dr. T.V. Rao Founder & Chairman Sri Dakshinya Bhava Samithi Madhavi Nilayam, Swarna Bharathi Colony Guntur-522 006, Andhra Pradesh

0863-2236826, 2359181, 9246487777

dakshinya1995@yahoo.com, dakshinya2010@gmail.com tvrao2001@yahoo.com
website: www.dakshinya.org PDF File
2 & 3 Arunachal Pradesh and Assam Sh. Hiro Hito Habib, Coordinator, SNAC Shishu Sarothi Centre for Rehabilitation & Traininhg for Multiple Disability Off Ramakrishana Mission Road, Birubari, City Guwahati, Pin 781016 0361-2478912 09864888190 shishu_sarothi@yahoo.com
4 Bihar Sh. Ajit Kumar Jha, Coordinator, SNAC
SAMARPAN, 103, Sheela Complex, Bazar Samiti Road, Rajendra Nagar, Patna -
800016
07631616764/9304629826
5 Chandigarh Sh. Anil Kumar, Coordinator, SNAC Regional Institute for Mentally Handicapped, Sector-31, Chandigarh 09803100924 drchavanbs@gmail.com
6 Chattisgarh Ms. P.R. Shirke Sneh Sampada Vidyalaya 32-Bunglow Chowk Sector-8, Bhilai Nagar Durg-490006 0788-2242853, 896479 snehsampada2007@rediffmail.com
7 & 8 Gujarat & Diu Name Mihir Jani, Coordinator, SNAC
Blind People's Association (India),
Jagdish Patel Chawk, Surdas Marg,
Vastrapur, Ahmedbad - 380015.
9925144885 blinabad1@sancharnet.in mihirjgd@gmail.com
9 Delhi Smriti Shankar, Coordinator, SNAC Muskaan, Sector-B, Pocket-2, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi- 110070 011-41761873, 41761874/9868464945 muskaan32@gmail.com smritishankar@gmail.com
10 Goa Ms. Paciencia Rodrigues e Cardozo, Coordinator, SNAC Sangath, Sonarvado, Raia, Salcete, Goa 9850478216 contactus@sangath.com
11 HP Sh. Narender Garg, Coordinator, SNAC C-35, Sec-2, New Shimla, Shimla-171009. 9805135765 udaanhp@gmail.com
12 Haryana Ms. Geeta Chaturvedi, Coordinator, SNAC Vishwas,Vision For Health Welfare & Special Needs Sector-46, Arya Samaj Road, Near Unitech Cyber Park, Gurgaon- 122002, Haryana 9811060854 vishwas.nj.gmail.com
13 Jharkhand Sh. Pramod Kumar, Coordinator, SNAC Deepshikha Institute for Child Development & Mental Health Swami Sharadhanand Road, Ranchi-834001, Jharkhand 09304544256 deepshikhainfo@gmail.com
14 Karnatataka Ms. Thulasi, Coordinator, SNAC Seva-in-Action, # 36, S.T. Bed Layout, 1st Main, Koramangala, Bangalore - 560034 09538276934 sevainaction@gmail.com
15 Kerala Sh.R. Venugopalan Nair, Coordinator, SNAC Ashraya, Pulliyil, Kililolloor-PO, Kollam District, Kerala-691 004 09446315656 ashrayapulliyil@gmail.com
16 Madhya Pradesh Sh. Pankaj Maru, Coordinator, SNAC Nagda Zenith Social Welfare Society Shri Ram colony, Behind Samudayik Bahwan, Nagda Junction-456335 7366-241565/ 9425195626 snehnagda@gmail.com

 

17 Manipur Sh. Laishram Tokendra Ricky Re-Creation, A Voluntary Agency (Spastics Society of Manipur) IMPHAL WEST, Moirangkhom Songaijam Leirak- 795001 09862138446/09856148324 recreation_ava@rediffmail.com
18 Mizoram Ms. Laldinpuii, Coordinator, SNAC Falkland Veng, Zemabawk, Aizawl 796017, Mizoram 9862320032 /03892350019 Mz_4789@yahoo.com
19 Maharashtra Mr. Vishal Kadam, Coordinator, SNAC Official address SOPAN Trust, B.M.C School Building, Natwar Nagar, Road No.05, Jogeshwari(E) 919702871969 sopantrust@rediffmail.com snacmah@gmail.com
20 Meghalaya Ms. Belbora, Coordinator, SNAC Meghalaya Parents Association for Disabled East Khasi Hills, H/o Victoria Wallang Lower Laumiere, Temple Road, Shillong East Khasi Hills, Meghalaya 9436103472 ameghalayaparents@yahoo.co.in
21 Nagaland Ms. Mary Lotha, Coordinator, SNAC Nagaland Parents Association for Disabled NAPAD Office, Opposite A.G, Pharmacy, Upper A.G Colony, Post Box No.965, Kohima-797 001, Nagaland 09436207709 napadngl2@gmail.com
22 Orissa Ms. Nalini Mohanty, Coordinator, SNAC N2/41,IRC village, Nayapalli, Bhubaneswar 919437142221 ihsbbsr@gmail.com snacodisha@gmail.com
23 Punjab Sh. Jagdish Chandra Sharma Saint Francis Home, Jandwal P.O., Dalhousie Road, Pathankot-145001 9779799465 st.francishomepkt@gmail.com
24 Pondicherry Ms. A. Nathiya , Coordinator, SNAC
Baby Sarah's Home, 07, Rajaganapathi Nagar, Kayanthoppe, Ariyankuppam, Puducherry – 605007
9787754220 babysarahs@rediffmail.com
25 Rajasthan Ms.Anju Soni, Coordinator, SNAC 3/4 Kabir Avenue SFS Mansarover Jaipur 9314378093 umangjaipur@gmail.com
26 Sikkim Sh. Ram Prasad Dhakal, Coordinator, SNAC Spastics Society of Sikkim, Jeewan Theeng Marg, Development Area, Gangtok-737101, Sikkim. 96478-58218 skm_spastics@yahoo.co.in
27 Tripura Ms.Susmita De, Coordinator, SNAC Abhoy Mission, Ramnagar Road No. 1, P.O- Ramnagar, Agartala, Tripura - 799002. 09862182776 abhoymission@rediffmail.com
29 Tamilnadu Sh.Janakiraman, Coordinator, SNAC The Spastics Society of Tamilnadu CSIR Road, Taramani, Chennai-600113 Ph.No. 044-22541651 09952935763 spastn@dataone.in
30 Telangana Ms. Manjula Kalyan, Coordinator, SNAC SWAYAMKRUSHI # 17, Sri Malani Housing Co-operative Society, Indian Airlines Colony,
Trimulgherry, Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh - 500 015
040-27992420 / 27990741 swayamkrushimk@gmail.com
31 Uttrakhand Ms Maninder Kaur, Coordinator, SNAC Raphael Ryder Cheshire International Centre, PO Box 157, Dehradun 9760055663 snacuttarakhand@gmail.com
32 Uttar Pradesh Sh.Siddharth Dubey, Coordinator, SNAC Chetna, Sector- C, Aliganj, Lucknow UP- 226024
Permanent Address Vill.& Post- Bijauli, Distt.- Etawah UP-206124
09369224981/ 09473871798 chetna_sansthan2007@rediffmail.com
33 West Bengal Ms. Sonali Nandi, Coordinator, SNAC Indian Institute of Cerebral Palsy,P35/1 Taratolla Road, Kolkata 88 09831057152 sonalin31@gmail.com

 

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