Laxmi Narayan Seva Pratisthan (LNSP) has established itself as a leading voluntary organization in the district of Jajpur with its dedication for the cause of social development, especially for the poor and the marginalized. Realizing the role of voluntary organization in the process of social development the organization is contributing its bit for the welfare of the people since its establishment in the early 1990s. Though it was started as a village level organization, with the sheer dedication and able leadership of the existing board members. LNSP has implemented several new programmes for the welfare of the people in the district.
Laxmi Narayan Seva Pratisthana (LNSP) vision is "to see an ideal civil society where prevalence of mutual cooperation and happiness, peace, prosperity, social justice, value based life and sustainability are the core-elements.
Laxmi Narayan Seva Pratisthana (LNSP) mission is to "to help people to help themselves, for change and holistic development so as to reduce and eliminate hunger, deprivation, squalor, diseases, infirmity, ignorance, illiteracy, inequalities.
To work for upgrading the socio-economic condition of the poor and have-not.To develop the educational status of the people.
This programme has been running since last few years with the support of central social welfare Board. The home functioned smoothly and it had 30 beneficiaries during the year.
This programme has been supported by Raja Ram Mohan Library Foundation. during the year was 42.The daily attendance of readers of the library, was 42 at an average.
The organization organized a handicraft training programme at Dasarathpur in which training on various types of toy making was given to 20 nos. of unemployed poor girls.
This is the most important project implemented by the organization with the financial support of Govt. of India. It has been running since 2007-08. The implementation and achievement of the project has been appreciated by various authorities. During the year the following training programmes were taken up under the project.
This is an old Project of the organization which has been running since 1999 with the financial support of Govt. of India. The number of students of the school during the year was 100. This project is one of the prized projects of the organization.
2 nos. of education centres were organized by the organization for providing informal education to illiterate Muslim girls. In these two centres, such education was given to 32 nos. of adult Muslim girls.
Like every year, during the year 2011-12, the organization observed road safety week. During this week school students distributed leaf-lets to drivers and others.
Mr. Paresh Mallick