AMYAA Society for social transformation was registered under Societies Registration Act 1860 on June 28, 2002, with its head office at Mayu-II, Roing of Lower Dibang Valley District. On 24th September, 2014 Branch Office was established at Diyun of Changlang District for implementation of NERCORMP-III project funded by North East Council (NEC). This society is established with the vision to combat poverty, illiteracy, ill health, corruption, injustice and suppression of the poor. The society focuses at working for the all-round development of the tribal communities. It aims at supporting the backward tribal communities to become self-sustainable and self-reliant.
AMYAA envisages a society where everyone co-exists in mutual respect and understanding and strive for justice, peace and progress.
AMYAA is to work for the all-round development of the tribal poor with special attention towards the most vulnerable groups of the society, children, youth, women and farmers. It follows Right-based Approach in promoting developmental changes through creating awareness, capacity building and training and to establish a self-sustainable and self-reliant society in Arunachal Pradesh.
Aims And Objective
To implement, network and coordinate people oriented, community based development programmes in the state of Arunachal Pradesh and to expand developmental works to all regions of the country.
To work for the upliftment of the poor and the less privileged people and to assist them in the planning and implementation of development programmes.
To work for promotion and protection of Human Rights with special focus on human rights violation issues related to children and women.
To follow participatory approach in the implementation of various developmental programmes.
To work for promotion of eco-tourism, preservation and protection of natural environment.