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Anupam Mahila Chetna Samiti (AMCS) is women-led non-government organization came into existence in 1999 to run constructive socio-economic development programs for poor women, youth, children and other needy sections of the society so that poverty, illiteracy, discrimination, exploitation and social evils may come to an end. AMCS is registered under the Society Registration Act in 2000 and under the FCR Act in 2003

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Women Empowerment

AMCS is empowering women through the Women Self Help Groups in rural areas of Katkamdag, Banadag and Sultana Panchayats of Hazaribagh district for the last 6 years. Till now we had formed 60 SHGs in the project villages. The program has helped these SHGs to bring strong and permanent improvements in their socio-economic conditions

Community Health 

AMCS is providing community health services in Hazaribag and Chatra district of Jharkhand. 

In 2017-18, AMCS has provided health services to more than 500 people. AMCS is also actively engaged in spreading awareness regarding issues on nutrition, personal hygiene, and safe drinking water. AMCS also works to promote preventive measures among the community so that they will be conscious of their health and link the community with Government health facilities.

Safe Drinking Water

Safe drinking water is one of the most important issues of development work, especially among low-income families. Bio sand filtration is an appropriate and low-cost method for household water treatment and is proven to reduce diarrhoeal incidence. The training course offered by AMCS is intended for those living in the slums and villages of Hazaribagh district who want to learn about household-level bio-sand filtration as an effective household water treatment. The training provided an overview of the theoretical aspects of bio-sand filtration and a large part also involved hands-on practical sessions that included the construction of concrete filters by the participants, installation, and maintenance of filters, etc.

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Meet The Team


Usha Devi

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Usha Devi is Founder and Secretary of AMCS


Kausalya Kumari

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Kausalya Kumari is President in AMCS


Shiv Dulari Devi

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Shiv Dulari Devi is Treasurer in AMCS

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Your monthly donation gives us the ability to plan ahead and invest in long-term solutions to meet the specific needs of the communities we partner with


Do good in the name of someone you care about. When you gift a goat, chicken or well, you’ll be tackling poverty and empowering families and communities to build better lives.

Create a cause or select a cause you believe in. Create a fundraising page and all proceeds go to Winner With You India for their themes- Zero Poverty, Education, Youth & Culture, and Water & Environment. Hastage it and share.

Volunteer with Us

AMCS is offering Voluntary Service to provide an opportunity for socially concerned people to work in AMCS’s programs in areas that are mutually enriching and satisfying to the individuals, and the community.

Response to COVID-19

Amidst the Coronavirus lockdown in India, it has adversely affected Lakhs of daily wage earners, servants, construction workers, daily labourers, Rickshaw-pullers, and so on, Donate to help them

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