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The objective of Abhiprerna Rehabilitation Centre, is to provide the children suffering from mental and multiple disabilities a place and atmosphere where they could overcome their disabilities through love, care and proper guidance. Imaginative and creative activities such as dance, music, painting, story telling, etc. are used to strengthen their mental faculties.
Abhivrudhi Foundation is Located in Dakshin Kannada, Karnataka.
Abhivyakti Foundation is located in Giridih, Jharkhand.
Abhivyakti is a Media organization facilitating Media and Communication since 1987 and located in Nashik, northern Maharashtra, India. Over the last twenty five years, Abhivyakti has emerged as a 'media support organization'. The basic goal of the organization is strengthening media and communication resources of NGOs and activists.
'EarthCare Designs' is a socio-cultural, spiritual, and technologically innovative space that designs products and systems that empower individuals, communities, and the environment. These designs conserve energy resources and ensure healthy livelihoods for individuals. Along with designing prototypes, we engage in dialogue, learning, and ecological experiments in partnership with other community-based groups.
Abhiyan Sahibganj located in Sahibganj, Jharkhand.
Abhoy Mission is providing services to the destitute senior citizens with mental illness, Schizophrenia, Parkinson patient for permanent rehabilitation & orphan children with disabilities. It is providing well-structured & multidimensional services in the field of skill & manpower development creating employment scope taking the community at large into account. Our mission is to reduce the incidence of disability in the State and to grow confidence in the mind of the senior citizens.
The organisation runs medical camps to help poor people and also provides free education for poor students.etc
We stand for exploited farmers from harmful poisonous chemical farming as well as multinational companies and govt. policies. Soils are depleted of fertility and life itself; health is deeply affected due to poisoning of water and food; farmers are in deep distress, caught in a cycle of high risk and debt; youth in rural areas and even practising cultivators find no dignity in the profession of farming; distress migration is resulting in huge exploited population in urban areas. This is a top a
situation that has already been laden with various inequities in rural India. There is a sense of urgency that we need a whole revamp of our approach to agriculture.
Abhyudaya Foundation is a non-governmental organization for women's and children’s. Abhyudaya raises awareness about sexual assault and other violence against women and teens while promoting personal safety through education.
Serving more than 10000 community people of the district by implementing different innovative programs on HIV, community health, SHG formation, primary education, livelihood promotion.
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Objective or Vision RenderingContinuous and Qualitative Financial Services to the poor women to improvetheir Quality of life through social transformation activities and integrating thecommunities to create unity and courage
To open branches within area of operation of thesociety
To establish, to support or to aid in establishment and support of association, institution, funds, trust etc.,constitute for the benefit of the members
To prepare finance schemes for amelioration ofthe financial condition of member, to prepare projects on behalf of its membersfor financial and technical assistance from other organizations and to chargeservice charges for services rendered.
To enter into participation arrangement(s) withany other Banks or financial institutions with the object of making loans andadvances
Thrift and Credit programs and Educating andTraining Rural Women beneficiaries in their interested areas of work
To do all such other things as are incidentaland conducive to the promotion or advancement of these objects.
Conducting Staff Development programs for thebenefit of Employees
Provision of Technical Education, VocationalTraining and Development for the Society members and for their SustainableLivelihood
We are organizing a Non-Government Organization in the name & style of West Bengal Societies Registration Act, Memorandum of Associate of Abinashpur Social Welfare Associate situated at Abinashpur, P.s-Panrui, Dist-Birbhum.That the said NGO is hereby authorized to BENGAL NURSING EDUCATION TRAINING INSTITUTE in anywhere in West Bengal with Branch. That we will always maintain their rules & regulation as per provision of the said Act.That all the formalities will be covered by the said NGO. *That the objects for which the society is established are :-To deal with Education on Nursing ,To deal with education on computer and hardware, Spoken English and other skill development programme Blood camp, Vocational Training for the Benefit of student
Abner Child Care Foundation is located in Sundargarh, Orissa.
Major development programme conducted by Aboriginal Organization . Human resorce development,poverty eradication,health care, environment protection,provide education institutional support to youth .
Abundant life ministries promoted the physical, social, Intellectual and spiritual well being of all section of society irrespective of race, caste, creed or sex. to construct equip, maietain, conduct run develop improve and extent hospitals etc for the medical relief to the public including relief to the physically handicapped and mentally retarded.
Academic and Technical Education Development Society is located in Kannur, Kerala.
Academy for the Severely Handicaped and Autistic Persons Charitable Trust is located in Bangalore, Karnataka.
Acata Sansthan Work In Issuse Of Child Right,Advocy,Livelihood And Health And Education In Rajasthan State Dist. Of Jaisalmer,Bikaner,Barmer And Jalor
Our major funding sources are state/central government of India, little from abroad. The board of organization consists of 25 members in the general body and the 7 members in the executive committee elected from general body by election.
ACCESS is a not-for-profit company that offers specialised technical assistance under two verticals: microfinance and livelihoods.
Access Life Assistance Foundation discovered a huge unmet need to provide a safe and clean atmosphere for children to recover during their Cancer treatment. These children, along with their families, travel to Mumbai from remote towns and villages, in the hope of being treated at hospitals such as Tata Memorial, LTMGH (Sion Hospital), Wadia Hospital, Nair Hospital etc. where they receive free of charge treatment.
But they have no place to stay, and many end up on the footpath, or paying dearly for unhygienic accommodation. Unhygienic living conditions, lack of psychosocial support, lack of proper nutrition and weakened immune systems will lead to lower survival rate.
At Access Life, we provide free of cost accommodation with hygienic and high quality living environment for the children and their parents.
ACE Foundation is a non-profit organization formed by local youth who have experienced the potential of change through sports. We conduct Rugby Coaching for youth from slums with the aim of providing opportunities to youth like themselves to (re)build their lives. ACE Foundation is registered under Trust act in Nov 2010. ACE Foundation have trains kids and youth from disadvantaged backgrounds, who do not have opportunities or access to sports equipment or training and helps get into district, state, national and international levels tournaments. ACE uses sports as a medium to engage with youth towards self-development while building professional skills.
ACE Social Foundation is a 4-year-old registered "Not for Profit" foundation that has been championing skill development & employment opportunity creation for PwD's in India.
Our process begins with educating & sensitizing corporates about the abilities of the disabled through Dialogue in the Dark. Dialogue in the Dark- DID is an international empathy experience that puts visitors through daily life situations in complete darkness in a fun & entertaining way. DID heightens one’s awareness and sensitize the society about the abilities of disabled.
Since 2014 as a result of DID sensitization, we have trained 4100 PwDs, received 8000 job pledges& created 3000 jobs for PwDs, across 18 sectors creating a new Rs. 21 crore PwDs economy. ACE Take1
Working in the field of Health, Education and employment oriented /vocational training. Running two un-aided primary school namely All Saints school a Bio-Chemic Medical College and a community college Under IGNOU, New Delhi. Served more than 1000 people.
Achalabharathi was conceived by a group of individuals with keen interest in promoting the educational needs of children, especially the rural and under-privileged children. Pygmalion-Vanasuma, Ganita Bhaskara and Vijnana Darshana are the Projects which aims at making learning of English, Maths and Science simpler and interesting for the school kids. It is running in nearly 600 schools and helping over 50,000 kids studying in those schools.
ANARDE Foundation was incepted in 1979 and has been working as a catalyst in the field of Integrated Rural Development since. Our causes are Clean Drinking Water, Sanitation, Low Cost Housing, Financial Inclusion such as micro finance and micro insurance.
To connect and educate engineers while promoting, developing and advancing aerospace and
automotive engineering. AADRO also aim to be the essential resource for mechanical
engineers throughout the world for solutions that benefit mankind.
AADRO’s mission is to serve diverse global communities by advancing, disseminating and
applying engineering knowledge as it is a global body of engineers and practitioners in the
service of Nation that advances automotives and system knowledge in a neutral form for
improving the quality of life; and communicating the excitement of engineering.
Action for Agricultural Renewal in Maharashtra (AFARM) is an association of Non government organizations (NGOs) working in the field of Agriculture & Rural Development in the Maharashtra State. AFARM was born out of an acute need for a Apex Institution to co-ordinate efforts of NGOs & Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in their tasks of providing water and agricultural extension services to rural population in drought affected Maharashtra.
It is one of the first organizations to operate as an association of NGOs, in the country. Presently 69 are the General body members (NGOs) whereas the Associate members (NGOs) are 125. The substantial numbers of AFARM member organizations are actively engaged in the field of Community based Watershed Development & Management, Agriculture Development, Irrigation Development & Management, Organic Agriculture, SHGs & Women Empowerment, Micro-Finance & Rural Entrepreneurship development & Livilihood Promotion of small & marginal farmers.
AFARM in collaboration with other organization or on its own efforts implemented the program and provided its experts services, which have resulted in long-term impact in Water & Agriculture Sector. The work of AFARM has resulted in evolving solutions, which have stood the test of time. It is one of the leading organizations in appropriate technology development, ground water management, water and soil testing, watershed development models, environment control through natural regeneration, capacity building of NGOs & CBOs & Networking between development agencies including government agencies. AFARM's Natural Resources Development activities are recognized as authentic, scientific and pragmatic. AFARM enjoys a leadership position in this repest. AFARM is one of the few NGOs in the Country to provide its services to NGOs & CBOs in such a comprehensive manner.
It has been providing support for various activities and programs for agricultural renewal in Maharashtra. Training and capacity building for the stakeholders remained as all time thrust area of AFARMs services. AFARM has contributed to the development & implementation of various participatory NRM projects supported by State & Central Govt as well as external agencies like World Bank, DFID, KFW, GTZ, UNICEF etc in Maharashtra.
AFARMs Institutional Knowledge, Statewide Network, Linkages & Collaborations with Govt. departments and available Training Infrastructure are the major contributory strengths.
AFARMs Thrust Areas are Networking, Natural Resource Maagement, Human Resource Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Studies and Research, Publications.
AFA is a non-profit organization that pioneered the autism movement in South Asia. In the 1980’s autism was virtually unheard of in India, a diagnosis of autism was rare, and there was little information available. The majority of children with autism received a diagnosis of mental retardation, ‘mental subnormality’ or any number of other labels. Neither parents nor schools understood that these children were in fact autistic, and that children with autism respond best to specific intervention techniques. Schools and parents alike were helpless to provide adequate services to their children with autism.
In 1991, AFA began as a parent support group, with a focus on raising awareness about autism in India through smaller-scale project. In 1994 AFA began providing counselling services, specialised education and training for parents and professionals. March 1994 saw the start of ‘Open Door,’ the first specialised school for children with autism in South Asia. With overwhelming response to these initiatives the decision was taken to formally register Action For Autism in 1994. Recognising the lack of trained professionals to teach children with autism and to cater to the increasing demand for its services, AFA initiated a Teacher Training Programme, which has today become a one year Diploma in Special Education DSE-ASDunder the Rehabilitation Council of India.
Working within the framework of a rights based approach, AFA gradually extended its activities to include parent empowerment and advocacy activities to promote legislative action to guarantee services and rights of persons with autism. AFA strongly advocated for and was instrumental in the inclusion of autism in the National Trust Act in 1999, and continues to lead the autism community in its efforts to include autism in the Persons With Disabilities (PWD) Act. A groundbreaking study of awareness of autism among medical professionals initiated the research activities of AFA in 1997-98. AFA is a founding member of the World Autism Organization, started in 1998, and continues to represent India within the world community. In 2000, AFA initiated the Mother-Child Intervention Programme, a model of intensive parent training for young children with autism. This programme has trained more than 250 parents from throughout the subcontinent, as well as from Kenya and the Maldives. In September 2006, Mrs Sonia Gandhi formally dedicated the NationalCentre for Autism. TheNational Centreacts as a national nodal organization to address needs critical to the development, growthandinclusionof personswithautismspectrumdisorders across the Indian community. With the National Centre, we have been able to greatly expand our role as the National Autism organization in the country, such as actively providing support to fledging autism societies in India and South Asia.
Having pioneered the autism movement in India, AFA has succeeded in firmly placing autism on the disability map of India and looks forward to the continued growth and success of activities in India.
The main objective of the organization is to eliminate child labor and put back the rescued children in formal schools. Cholai is also involved in women empowerment through entrepreneurship and vocational skill development through community college.
Since one and a half years, we are running a project called Saksham, in which we are providing the youth with a sense of direction in a specific vocation so that they can plan on a regular employment and earning capacity beyond a raw labor wage. We identified youth from lower income families who are in 10th, 11th, 12th or pursuing graduation or school drop outs and give them vocational training.
We aim to get the youth exposed to the functionality of an office by making them do on-the-job training. We then aim to bringing them into the main stream by making them available to other offices for hiring.
We have already assisted more than 60 govt school going kids and helped placing 10 needy youths.
Action for Community Transformation India Foundation Trust (ACT India Foundation) works with the Tribal community of the Palani Hills in Tamil Nadu for their empowerment. Specifically, we work with the Paliyar tribal community and Pulaiyar schedule caste community in all diversified spheres such as health, education, socio-economic, cultural and environment.
Socially, economically and politically marginalized people with special focuses on Women, dalit, schedule tribe, minorities and depressed backward classes.
Young People, children (emphasis on out of school, child labor, disable children/ people and victim of any type of sexual abuse) distressed women and old age.
Small and marginalized farmers, agriculture laborers, bonded labor, tenant and migrant population.
AECWF is a non- profit based in Delhi that works on increasing livelihood opportunities for underprivileged girls and women living in slums. It does this by providing access to resources and direct capacity building services that enhance skills and knowledge of the women, as well as provide support in getting decent, secure jobs. It works with families and communities with a view to improving status of women and girls and the shifting of gender norms.The organization also has plans on working in the areas of documentation for scaling best practices as well as strengthening policies to ensure that they are gender sensitive.
AID seeks to liberate people from paralyzing tradition from exploitative situations and from want and deprivation by social mobilization of people to unleash and chanalize their potentials for development that to come from within