JOURNEY OF SPARC INDIA          
 
 
2015
SPARC India restarted Livelihood Resource Centre (LRC) Independently with great support from PACS. Ministry of U.P. provided a Hostel to Run the Residential Program for youths with Disabilities.  
 
2014
SPARC India established a Livelihood Resource Centre (LRC) for PWDs in Lucknow with the support of Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled
 
2013
SPARC India commenced Unnati, a program for the training of DPOs on situation analysis and capacity assessment
 
2012
SPARC India commenced Artha Astha, an Action Research on status of CWDs with respect to access to government schemes
 
2011
SPARC India undertook the formation of Uday Viklang Manch as Disabled People’s Organizations (DPOs) across several districts in UP
 
2010
SPARC India started Vocational Training and Placement Cell with the support of (Late) Dr. K. L. Garg Memorial Charitable Trust; Urban CBR supported by CRY
 
2009
SPARC India initiated Community Based Rehabilitation program, received support from CORDAID
 
2008
SPARC India started Advocacy Groups to raise awareness about the rights and entitlements of the Children/ Persons with disabilities.
 
2007
SPARC India opened Pathshala (village schools) and started a Leadership Training Program for the persons with disabilities
 
2006
SPARC India run Jyoti Kiran School was supported by SKN Netherlands for expansion of scope and opportunities of the program
 
2005
SPARC India established Placement Cell for the Disabled (PLACED) with support from the Wadhwani Group; Child Sponsorship by SLF
 
2004
SPARC India was instrumental in the formation of Sahyog Vikas Manch (a platform for PWDs) and Sahyog Nidhi Kosh
 
2003
SPARC India established Jyoti Kiran School for Cerebral Palsied Children to provide education, therapeutic services and overall development
 
2002
SPARC India conducted a State Workshop on the employment opportunities of PWDs to highlight the opportunities that can be tapped for PWDs
 
2000
SPARC India started its Community Based Rehabilitation program for PWDs in urban slum areas of Lucknow in association with Action Aid
 
1997
SPARC India expanded its Community Based Rehabilitation program in rural areas of Barabanki in association with Sir Dorabji Tata Trust
 
1996
SPARC India was founded by Mr. Amitabh Mehrotra, with support from like-minded people, in November 1996 for empowering the disabled (PWDs).