IMPART is a non-Government social organization registered under Societies Registration Act 1860, FCRA, 12 A & 80G of IT Act. IMPART was found by Late Dr. Mahendra Kumar Mishra, in 1995 and has successfully completed 24 years of its committed services for upliftment of rural and urban communities in selected areas of U.P and Uttarakhand.
IMPART has been actively engaged in facilitating safe drinking water, environmental sanitation, community health services, women empowerment, income-generating activities and agriculture development etc., through capacity building and participation of SHGs, PRIs and communities in district Agra, Saharanpur, Haridwar and Udham Singh Nagar of Uttarakhand and U.P with a special focus on women and children.
Over a period of 24 years IMPART contributed for sustainable rural development through various projects some of them are U. P. Rural Water Supply and Environmental Sanitation (SWAJAL) Project, Joint Forest Management Project, U.P. Diversified Agriculture Support Project, Sector Reform (Jal Nidhi) Project, Sector Reform (Swajal) Project, Capacity Building Projects for other NGO and village level institutions, capacity building of Panchayati Raj Institutions of Uttarakhand, State level Seminar and Exposure visits on Production Technique of Kharif Vegetables, The Micronutrient Program, National Environmental Awareness Campaign, Bio–mass assessment project, Uttarakhand Mahila Utthan Pariyajana, Study on Rural Water Supply and Consumption, U.P and Uttarakhand.
Currently IMPART is designated as Mother NGO for reproductive and child health, District ASHA Resource Center , Asha Worker Training, Targeted Intervention Project, Sector Program, ICDS Training (District level Anganwadi Training Center), Swaran Jayanti Gram Swarojgar Yojana, Total Sanitation Campaign, and Microinsurance etc. in selected district of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh.