Centre for Rural Entrepreneurship and Technical Education (CREATE) came into being following the decision of a group of like-minded professionals willing to whole-heartedly contribute to its mission that envisages a world where ‘children, women and their families must have capacities to access their rights’.
CREATE is society, registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, with the registration number 918/91-92, dated August 21, 1991. It is also registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, with registration number 136550068, dated September 9, 1994.
It works directly with the rural masses on issues related to health, nutrition, child rights, poverty eradication, employment generation and women empowerment. It addresses these issues through action research and implementation of pilot projects, based on research models. It works with various local NGOs and CBOs for the purpose of networking and advocacy.
CREATE has been receiving support from various Government, Non-Government and International Agencies for execution of its various developmental programs. CREATE is meeting its resources from various agencies like United Nations World Food Programme, Save the Children (UK), National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), International Labour Organisation (ILO), Department of Health and Family welfare, UNICEF, CRY, KKS and other agencies.
The message of CREATE message is clear, and this has enabled it to grow, rapidly over recent years, into a highly respected state level organisation. It works in a proven and focused way, with local organisations, to help some of state’s poorest community, operate and maintain their own projects/programmes and it influences others to do the same.