Action for Good Governance and Networking in India AGNI

  • AGNI is a voluntary movement and is non-political and non-sectarian. It networks citizen groups so as to create the democratic “numbers” that political systems cannot easily ignore. It works with government agencies for transparency and accountability in them.
  • Each organisation in the AGNI network maintains its own goals, character, structure and activities. AGNI promotes communication among them and collective assertion by them vis-à-vis political and administrative authorities … (about 1/2).

Activities; Achievements; Photogallery; Support; Election Offices: City, Suburb;
Address: AGNI, Seva Niketan, Sir J. J. Road, Byculla, Mumbai – 400 008, INDIA;

About 2/2: … HOW AGNI RUNS / FUNCTIONS: AGNI’s Board of Trustees manages the assets and finances of the Trust and frame broad policy.

The Steering Committee plans and executes operations within policy framed by the Trust. It is led by the Chairman or, in his absence, the Vice-Chairman. It comprises some Trustees and Ward, Media and Office Coordinators.

The basic field unit of AGNI in a Ward is a JAAG (Joint Area Action Group), which includes the Ward Coordinator and Co-coordinator and volunteers representing areas or activities. JAAGs fix local priorities, raise resources, run activities and are the interactive channels between citizens, administrative set-ups and elected representatives.

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