Reach the Unreached Shepherd Children of Meghalaya Reach the Unreached Shepherd Children of Meghalaya Reach the Unreached Shepherd Children of Meghalaya Reach the Unreached Shepherd Children of Meghalaya

Foundation for Social Transformation - enabling north east india

Org #25353
Vetted since 2014 Site Visit Verified
2005
year founded
$9,024
raised on GlobalGiving
3
years fundraising
4
projects funded

Mission

Invest in, support and promote the region's abundant human, natural, cultural and creative resources Enable communities of the region to be owners of development processes Promote and support rights based approaches and gender equality Channel youth energies and potential through creative activities to bring about constructive social transformation

Project Leaders
FST Northeast
FST Northeast
Team
Namrata Goswami, Smriti Rekha Das, Mallika Adhikary, Ritupon Gogoi
Organization Information
http://www.fstindia.org/
Facebook Page
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House Number 1, JN Borooah Lane
Jorpukhuri, Uzanbazar
Guwahati, Assam 781001
India
9435553373

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1411518507
Organization Information
http://www.fstindia.org/
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
House Number 1, JN Borooah Lane
Jorpukhuri, Uzanbazar
Guwahati, Assam 781001
India
9435553373

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 1411518507

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work.

Sep 15, 2017
Closure Report
Established in 2012 the Lynti Khasi School has progressed in a positive direction, despite the lack of proper infrastructure, lack of teaching & learning aids and irregularity in teacher’s...
Oct 26, 2016
Closure Report
Our fellow Ms Lalthanzami has been continuing to work for the women who faced abuse, forced out of home and no home to live. She has been running a home for these women. The capacity of the home is 6...
Sep 9, 2016
FST is discontinuing this project. The project is no longer running on GlobalGiving
In 2010, there was a blockade called by Naga organisations in both the highways (National Highways 37 and 39) leading to Manipur against the State government’s decision to bar the entry of NSCN...
 
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