Isha Vidhya's English-medium schools provide high quality school education to rural children in India who cannot otherwise access or afford it. The schools adopt a nurturing & holistic approach to education, helping children learn joyfully. 61% of the children are supported on full scholarships while rest pay a subsidized fee. Your donation will go towards critical infrastructure like classrooms, learning material, school bus, etc. for 8 Isha Vidhya rural schools & Govt. Schools Support Program.
This Project Will provide a Sustainable Livelihood to 250 marginalized Girls of 15-24 age Group & 18-35 (youth) age group by Vocational skill training of Computer Education, Beautician, fashion designing & Sewing, Handicraft and Hand Bag making etc. Bank loan will be providing through the project in order to settle self employment unit whereby the marginalized Girls of Rural area will get Better and Golden future.
27,933 cases Approx of violence against women are registered in police station yearly in Rajasthan, under this project, in the victim, harassed by domestic violence, will get legal aid, as well as awareness programs against violence will be run at the macro level. So that society may stick together against violence. The attitude of men towards women will be changed from which this male dominated society will respect women. Abuse will be reduced. Women will live respectfully.
The less privileged elders need our love and care. This project will provide meal, medical care and recreation to 57 homeless old age persons. Every day we provide nutritious food to destitute elder, who are neglected by their families. Due to poverty some families not able to feed these older persons. Among 57 poor old age persons, some of them use to beg at neighbor houses, nearby locations to feed themselves. Our little contribution to the elderly make their world healthy and happy
This project will promote academic success, pay school fees, school kit to under privileged and to tribal children. This project will ensure the children education without drop-out. 241 child labor tribal children who have been mainstreamed also benefitted in this program. Afterschool program, a safe space that support healthy social and emotional development, and promote academic success. Educating the under privileged ultimately will make a change for whole family and future generations.
Under this project, 400 street poor children will be given dinner and gifts at a good hotel. The Program will be quite unique. For poor street children food at the hotel is a dream. But will it be possible. A meal and gifts for 400 street poor children life will become a golden memory.
Seva Mandir's primary schools provide children in disadvantaged tribal areas with access to quality education in an interactive and joyful environment. Children are enabled to join mainstream schools, having become confident, independent learners.
This project will empower disadvantaged 500 women and girls through imparting skill training, computer trainings, educational scholarships and Self help, which will help to generate an income for their families and give a better chance of survival.
The project is for training minimum 300 poor girls from slums in important life skills in Mumbai and in other districts through a resource center. They learn computer use, spoken English, photography, speech making, social networking and more. The project provides training in leadership and encourages girls' participation in community life through learning opportunities and assuring they complete school education for a productive and useful life. Our permanent center commits to do it every year.
CHHASE aims to plant 100,000 plants in three years. Preserving the tree is an obligation for everyone without exception, one tree will absorb approximately a ton of carbon dioxide during the course of its life cycle. Tree planting can restore global warming. Bring awareness to children. Protect the planet for our children and grandchildren.
Solar lantern with FM radio is provided to 250 Tribe families, who reside in at risk areas (interior forest). By providing a solar lantern, a family gets lights to habitation, free from wild animals attack, children reading, women cooking, radio running and mobile charging. The people have links with outer world and knowledge about flora fauna. 22 tribe hamlets / areas in hills, are provided by solar street light. the Street light gives light and safety to their residences
Vrindavan, a holy town, is home to appx.15,000 widows abandoned & destitute. Abandoned by their families, they end up begging for survival. With your support, Maitri has built & furnished two ashrams in Vrindavan & Radhakund, providing shelter, food, clothing, & healthcare to 150 resident widows & 100 widows living in the neighborhood. Your donation will help provide them with essentials for a dignified & healthy living as well as skill them for livelihood opportunities. You make a difference!
Urban Health Resource Centre strengthens communities of 425,000 slum dwellers in Agra & Indore in India to access to maternal/child health services, address proof, education, improved living environment, Govt services. UHRC forms women's groups in slums and provides technical & confidence building training, enabling them to "pull" govt. resources & services from different departments through negotiation skills they learn, thus steadily developing collective self-efficacy & self-reliance.
'It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men.' Toybank envisions a world where all children are empowered through healthy play. It provides secure and happy childhoods for children who are at risk, so they are empowered to experience an equitable adulthood. Toybank believes that qualities like passion, enthusiasm and goodness are qualities which are planted at the root level. A happy Childhood defines so many aspects for children and thus the society at large.
Prevention, rescue and rehabilitation of girls and children from human trafficking, forced to sex and exploitation. Human rights, dignity life and reintegrating with community are the aim of programme. Skill training, Income Generation Support, Health and psychological counselling, rejoining with community, school / education rejoining (if suitable and possible) are provided.
The Institute of Mentally Handicapped Boys is a government-run Home for 90 boys with special needs, most of whom have been abandoned by their families. U&I partners with the State to ensure that each of the boys has access to a hygienic environment and individualized therapy. U&I employs full-time staff, including care givers, speech and physiotherapists and special needs teachers to ensure that these children are given the resources and care to live a productive life.
Our work seeks to alleviate poverty in Dehradun by providing the many disenfranchised children in the city with the opportunity to pursue an education. We first reach out to children in the slums Once they've achieved an elementary level, we help to mainstream them into formal schools by providing scholarships that pay their school fees and living costs. Tutorials in the evening reinforces their lessons and gives tools to thrive academically. WE ARE A VEHICLE FOR EMPOWERMENT THROUGH EDUCATION
This project will help 500 of Kolkata's most vulnerable families to lift themselves out of poverty and provide a better future for their children. Tiljala Shed will provide seed funding, advice, vocational and business skills training for rag picker families, rickshaw pullers and others living in the city's most deprived slums and squatter camps.
U&I Teach impacts 1500 underprivileged children in 13 cities across India. Government-run schools in India are stretched for resources and manpower, leading to poor instructional quality, low learning outcomes and a dropout rate of 90% by high school. U&I addresses these problems by conducting free, high-quality tutoring classes at 33 Learning Centers across India. Thanks to individualized teaching and mentoring, children receive the help and confidence to excel in their classrooms.
Seva Mandir seeks to help 5,000 farmers in rural areas near Udaipur by teaching them better agricultural practices and developing the resource base to achieve higher gains and provide greater food security.
Rescue junction is a 24 hour centre for homeless abandoned and lost street children. It provides shelter food, advice education and support for children in a safe and caring environment.It also acts the only center in the district with a population of 3,000,000 million people that has programmes against child trafficking and child labour. We also have a 24 hour toll free number for children or any concerned adult to call 1098. We have rescued children from all over India, 500 last year alone.
Education on wheels [EOW] is an uniquely designed program which prepares slum children for formal education by taking the school to them. EOW is a well equipped bus with computers, TV and other essential education related materials. The idea is to motivate slum kids & their parents by providing good facilities, skilled teachers & innovative curriculum to bring kids up to 3rd grade school level in one year, preparing them for 3rd grade examination & enroll them into local 4th grade school.
This project is prepared to Give Reality on the ground to 5000 plantation for environmental protection. A strong effort will be done in different urban, sub-urban areas and villages by plantation to reduce the dangerous threat of global warming, which would be helpful to reduce air pollution to make healthier environment.
Tree plantation in sea shore, Hills, Forest and territorial eco system. 1 million tree plantation and survival by environment values tree saplings (matured) through rally long marching campaign, student training, 100 herbal garden, 100 biodiversity garden, 500 environmental garden formation with students, youth, farmers, and women motivation, is being planted all over Tamil Nadu.
This project has Designed to Conservation innocent Sparrow Bird, which are Rapid Extinct. Along with this, project has prepared to establish eco- friendly Sparrow birds nest (Home) for the protection and breeding of Sparrow. Nest (Home) will be arranged with proper seed and clean water. A public awareness campaign will be organized to Conservation (protect) Extinct innocent Sparrow Bird species.
This project for 12000 tribe women and girls in Tamil Nadu is providing Training and Counseling on prevention and escaping from violence. Legal support/action and rehabilitation support for victim girl and women. Skill training to risk and victim girls and women for self business and earning is provided. Tribe girl and women are first / direct beneficiaries of the programme.
300 children of widows and destitute women are being provided with educational materials. The widow mother megare earning and multiple exploitation are not allowing children education. But in this support, children are freed from school dropout and education breaking. Hence the children are continuing in studies and the victim of education dropout is averted
This project will provide quality education support to 310 under privilege girl children from poor remote rural areas & studying V to XII in Govt., Private & Convent schools. These poorest girl children are good at studies but struggling for education support, due to children parents are working as daily low wage labors in agriculture. These children will benefit immensely from CHHASE holistic approach to education & comprehensive support services and also lead to a safe & secured future
This is first generation tribe is provided by education, safe accommodation, coaching, food, recreation and health. Tribe girl children were interior forest with their parents, who are migrating in to the forest. By the home program and home building construction/extension gives safe accommodation, continue education and sustainable running of hostel
Seva Mandir seeks to help women in rural areas attain financial freedom by adopting a habit of saving and inter-loaning through Self-Help Groups. The programme also aims to strengthen livelihood-generating activities.
SERUDS identified the poor elderly people, senior citizens in & around Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh and providing monthly groceries consisting of sona masoori rice, Tar dal, coconut, cooking oil, soaps, hair oil, biscuits to 20 poor old age persons in Pasupala village, Kurnool. This monthly groceries are delivered at their door step by our volunteers. The destitute elders are happy for this kind gesture & they are able to eat food timely and these elderly persons health has been increased.
Seva Mandir is committed to improving the lives of rural communities in southern Rajasthan. The Dal Mill (lentil processing) project aims to increase the incomes of 3,500 poor farmers and their families by giving them a fair price for their produce. In the process, the farmers are also being trained to become co-owners of the mill.
Another NGO working in Patna, the Bihar State Capital here in India reported that 90% of female street children disappeared from the local streets after 13 years of age. Our Staff have 15 minutes from a missing or lost girl arriving at the station to find them before someone else does. This totally new initiative aims to give female street children support and a skill they can use to earn a living by providing high quality craft training and special support to female street children.
26 neglected elderly are provided by food, nutrition, health, recreation, safe accommodation and counseling. It gives safe accommodation, food, health and free of isolation and mentally they are freed from the burden and isolation. Till death they are cared and then funeral is done in their religious belief in death.
Action For Autism (AFA) will set up group homes called Ananda for persons with autism spectrum conditions & developmental disabilities (ASC&DD). The homes will also provide respite services for families who require short stay provision for their children during times of crises. Located in Delhi National Capital Region (NCR), this model project will provide supported living and employment opportunities to enable about 200 individuals with ASC&DD lead lives of dignity and security.
This orphanage home aims to provide care, support and protection for 40 orphan & street children. This home has 6 Care Takers, One Teacher. All the orphan children are being provided with 3 times nutritious food, one set of books and 4 sets of uniforms. Every child has opportunity for indoor and out-door recreation and play facilities along with training in crafts and hobbies. All orphan children goes to school every day & progressing good in their studies. Children are studying from I to XI Std
Children in South India live in abject poverty, especially in discriminated Dalit and Tribal social groups. Parents lack education, are illiterate, and work menial jobs for little pay. Their unsupported children fall behind and drop out of school. Our after school Education Centers operate 3 hours a day 6 days a week and are free for students. The tutoring is associated with a 20 point increase in math and language performance. Please visit our website link below for more information.
Dayspring Home provides refuge to children affected by HIV/AIDS and/or TB. The children cared for by the home are either orphaned due to death of family members caused by HIV/AIDS, or infected and thus rejected from their family home due to stigma surrounding the disease. Blossom provides ongoing social and medical support and seeks to combat the isolation created by the stigma attached. You can help build a future for these children.
A recent Gender Equality report has placed India at no. 132 in the world. Our project empowers 600 poor girls a year and thousands more thru outreach by training in life skills to become strong and active. Girls train in English, computers, photography, leadership and community work. They complete school and engage in social work . We need space for a permanent place for training, coordination and expansion to more slums. We are seeking 10% of the total cost, having collected 90 % already.
Violence against women & girls are of gender relations that assumes men to be superior to women. It gives the subordinate status to women; gender violence is considered normal and enjoys social sanction. Physical aggression, such as blows of varying intensity, burns, attempted hanging, sexual abuse and rape, psychological violence through insults, humiliation, coercion, blackmail, economic or emotional threats, and control over speech and actions. In extreme, death is the result.
U&I helps educate and inspire 1500 underprivileged children across 13 cities in India. We work one on one with these children, motivate students to stay in school, and provide a community that encourages them to work toward their dreams. The World 10K Run is Bangalore's premier running event with over 25,000 participants. U&I is running to spread awareness and raise funds to help educate over 1500 underprivileged children across India. Give these children the opportunity to succeed
Many children living in Trichy slums drop out of school before completing their education. This project supports at risk students in grades 4-12 by giving them coaching classes. The classes give students the individual attention they lack at school & the guidance they lack at home. Specially trained teachers help students improve in subjects that are difficult for them, which are identified by tests. The students are also counseled to help them cope with emotional / psychological stress.
Each year these projects provide 150 bicycles to girls in rural coastal Gujarat so they can continue their education. Otherwise they are unable to visit the school because there is no school after 7th std in the village and they have to go nearby villages where higher standard is available which is too far away.
Now a days aged parents undergoing great difficulties lacking and logging in love & affection and always are subjected to mental stress & strain for this reason we established a "Home for senior citizens with total free of cost" with a tingue and humanity and service to catter to the need of such unlucky people. In this we provide boarding & lodging facilities with delicious and nourishing breakfast and nutritious food, 24hrs Medical and Doctor facilities, T.V ,Yoga, Physical excersies etc
According to Health experts, around 2 million people are dying and 3 billion people are suffering from malaria disease around the world in every year. But it is possible to save the poor patients, living in village areas. The most effective way to protect them has proved as "to use mosquito net". The project has been designed with the major objective as prevention from malaria (Distribution of mosquito net & public awareness campaign) and to stop the number of death occurring from malaria.
This project supports street children, orphan and destitute in Goa. There are so many run away children from different states, migrate to Goa in search of better livelihood options. In bargain of doing so they end up as child laborers, rag pickers and juvenile in conflict with Law. Children's Day Care Shelter is safe haven providing them education and one time nutritious meal for their healthy growth.There are more than 1000 children supported through this programme across the state of Goa India
Seva Mandir helps rural villagers come together to address the issues they face in their day-to-day lives. Village Development Committees collect and channel funds for the overall development of the village.
HEARDS helps them to provide joyful and activity based learning methodology of education for children who are affected by worst forms of child labor and child trafficking, to enable them recover and regain hope.
This project aims to provide nutritious meals, personal care to 30 neglected destitute, old age people who are on the streets. We also provide perspective building on care of old age people among the community. These old age persons living at the grave yards, community halls, neighbours houses, function halls. We identified them and providing daily nutritious meals like cooked rice, Dhal, Sambar, Rasam, Veg Curry, chutney. To eliminate hunger, begging among elderly people we are providing food.
Many women in rural India suffer violence and harassment at the hands of their families. There is a dire need of shelter for abused women who otherwise receive no support. For the last 11 years, Seva Mandir has been running a refuge, the Short-Stay Home (SSH), for abused women in Udaipur. This home provides shelter to women in distress and their children, and also offers legal and financial counseling to empower these women and help them rebuild their lives.
We provide Nutrition and medical support for 120 HIV/AIDS infected children for every month by this donation option. In Khammam district, Andhra Pradesh the HIV/AIDS infected children are more in number and those children family background is very poor. For them this Donation options helps to serve their life for some more days by nutrition food and medical support.
In rural areas of India more than 60% of children drop out of school after 5th grade. High schools are not available in rural villages and girls need to travel long distance to pursue higher education. A lack of transportation and infrastructure causes parents to drop their daughters out of school. Mann Deshi Foundation gives this opportunity to girls by providing a bicycle and fulfills their dream of going to school. The journey to school will become safer and faster than before.
This project emphasizes on giving Value Added Formal School Education up to class 8 std. to Poor Rural Indian Child who cannot afford education expenses. Along with Formal Education, School provides training and skills to boys, girls and women to generate extra income which adds up to their family income for better Living. After passing out from the school, the students go for higher studies and have skills to generate funds to sustain their educational expenses.
Within a field of love, our staff of 25, plus three full time vets (each of whom is a surgeon), using traditional and alternative medicines, lift suffering from the over 5000 homeless dogs and the tens of thousands of other animals in need - big, small, wild, domestic, owner, homeless (including birds and reptiles). Our belief is that deep healing only takes place if a creature feels safe, cared for, and loved. Our extraordinary photo section tells it all. Take a look. It really is special.
Over 600 sex trafficked victims who have been rescued from dehumanizing slavery like conditions will be restored dignity through psycho-social support and economic empowerment for a safe and dignified life in the society.
Aarohi Blood Bank ( ABB ) has undertaken to pursue and provide Blood Components free of charge to 200 children affected by Thalassemia every month throughout the year. In India, every year 10,000 new cases of Thalassemia are added. Of these, about 80 to 90 % of the babies born die within a few years of birth. A child with Thalassemia needs Regular Blood Transfusion every 3 to 4 weeks throughout its life to survive which is provided by Aarohi, located in Hyderabad, India, Free of Charge.
PSM believes lack of education and awareness is responsible for the spread of HIV/AIDS. In order to provide proper awareness among people, PSM conducts HIV/AIDS camps and community meetings in different villages and mandals of Khammam district to make people understand the basics of AIDS and how it spreads. The pregnant women are tested in that meetings & the ones with HIV/AIDS are identified. We provide service to pregnant women with medicines to the born baby also after the delivery.
The Organization is working in community need based issues in the target area for a long time . During the working in the area felt that there is problem of non school going of poorest of the poor family's children is a big problem of the area . For knowing the fact the Organization conducted household survey and we know the present scenario of non school going children in the area.
At present 26 Neglected aged persons are cared and provided by food, nutrias, health, recreation, safe accommodation and counseling. But hundred of aged people as orphan are requesting us to join in our home and our care and support. So a building 2000 sqft is required and being constructed for sustainable running of the home with facilities and increasing of inmates.
This project will help support the growth, education and all-round development of the 40 underprivileged children aged 6-24 that are part of the Bal Sambal family in a well-developed facility. Our mission is to not only provide shelter, nutrition, education but also sports coaching, industrial training and opportunities for these adolescents so they can support themselves and become part of the society in a positive way.
Bal Asha Trust will provide Shelter, Food, Medical & Educational Support, Physical Care, Developmental Intervention and Rehabilitation to 40 children between one day to 12 years found abandoned at various public places around Mumbai. Many of them are special needs that with HIV, Hep. B. Deaf, CP, Leprosy and other Physical and Medical disabilities. Bal Asha Trust reaches out to destitute children in rural NGOs in India. Bal Asha Trust has reached out to more than 1200 children in the past.
Of the world's poorest 1.2 billion people, India is home to 33%. It largely affects the already vulnerable populations of children and comprises of a lack of resources especially education and extracurricular activities.This project is a two stage - poverty alleviation programme that aims to provide 200 underserved children of all ages from the slums of New Delhi, India with with a range of after school services.
This fundraiser will help girls living in Kamathipura, one of Asia's largest and oldest red light areas, pursue a better life beyond the brothels. In the past 16 years, AAWC has provided 700+ girls with education, extracurricular activities, and career guidance. 100% of graduates have entered respected professions outside of prostitution, including accounting, beauty, BPO, dance, hospitality management, luxury cuisine, medical compounding, nursing, photography, retail, social work, and teaching.
In India, many young girls lack the adequate solutions to manage menstruation. 88% of women and girls use extremely unhygienic practices such as; old rags, ashes and husk sand and at least 636 million Indians lack toilets, according to the latest census data, a crisis that contributes to school dropouts disease and childhood malnutrition. Hence "Girls Glory" Project. We want to provide toilets and WASH education to all the little girls in the Government Schools to put an end to this issue.
This project will give hope to 50 orphans of Reaching Hand children's home enabling them to continue their studies in an English medium school, provide further computer training, life skills, extra curricular activities and career guidance to strengthen their dreams of becoming leaders & productive citizens of India. The goal of the project is to make "Today's Destitute into Tomorrow's Leader". We have a long term plan to reach out to 500 children aged between 7-18 years through this project.
Agriculture was and is the basis for life for all beings. Such important Agriculture is now under serious threats by increased costs, decreased returns, Climate Change, less employees. 1332 Youth must be encouraged to involve in Agriculture. Preparation and Marketing of Bio Inputs (Manures/Pest Repellents). They will get employments. They will help continuity of Agriculture in 222 villages of Manachanallur Block. 1,92,818 population supported.12000 Hectares saved for Agriculture
Setu Women Empowerment and Employability Program - Empowering Women with vocational skills so that they can be employed and earn to raise their families. The idea is was to cater to the illiterate, Semi- literate and Literate with Tailoring, Health Care and Basic IT Skills to make them employable and Corporate ready and there after place them into Jobs. We plan to skill 400 women each year.
SANTI Child Care Center is a project to support an orphan or a children in need. SANTI provides home, food, clothing, medical treatment and education to the needy children. SANTI will provide them full support till they are grown up and self sufficient. A complete support to a child, never thought of, an ambitious work - SANTI will nurture them, as parents do to their own children.
Freedom for You runs a Child Learning Center 'Bal Niketan Vidyalay' in slums of Rabale, Navi Mumbai provides crucial early education to tiny-tots, age 2-5 years, of rag-picker/daily wage-earner parents. For these parents struggling to make ends meet, sending their kids to school takes second priority, able to feed them being the first. CLC provides mid-day meal; Infra cost of additional room, play equipment, educational aids, one-set uniform/shoes and first year operational cost totals USD7500
Sabuj Sangha intended to ensure quality education of the underprivileged children in Sundarbans; . The school is affiliated by the Government of West Bengal, but un-aided. Total 187 children are presently reading in pre-primary to upper primary classes up to class VIII and the students are taught by 13 teachers (male 8, female 5) . Proper teacher pupil ratio (1:25), Use of TLMs is aiming at creation of a positive fun that is imperative of modern scientific approach of joyful learning.
Children graduate from the Street Smart program to Wings of Doon (after school support classes). These are children we found in the streets & slums. They come from illiterate families with no means to go to school; inducted gradually into Street Smart through counselling, basic literacy classes and finally sponsored into school. These children need after school conceptual and curriculum support to bring them up to speed with their counterparts in school. Mentor ship & guidance is imperative.
"When you educate a man, you educate an individual and when you educate a woman, you educate an entire family." This declaration is multi-faceted an educated woman has the self-confidence, skills as well as intelligence to understand the need to be a better daughter, sister, wife and mother and make a progressive family. Education is the only tool with which a girl or a woman can empower herself and eventually her family. India holds a strong determination in educating all children, especiall
Azad India Foundation is running stitching center in Kishanganj where 25 girls learn cutting and tailoring .A sewing machine to needy girls will help them to achieve economic self reliance and lead life of dignity.
The Mobile Veterinary Service (MVS) is one of Wildlife Trust of India's unique efforts to provide in- situ emergency relief to displaced or distressed wild animals.Animals can be displaced due to natural or man-made factors. Often, affected animals succumb to their situation due to inaccessibility and other challenges like getting trained wildlife professionals armed with essential equipment to the site of the emergency. Our MVS team works around the clock to rescue and treat these animals.
Bhumi bridges the gaps in formal education and opportunities by providing STEM education, life-skills support and scholarships for higher education: through volunteers at orphanages during weekends at low-income (private and government) schools with development support for teachers language &STEM education at after-school community centres in urban slums
Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT) has a vision to create a nurturing environment that can foster normal physical and mental growth of street and neglected children. The programme would help In latent talent development and skill enhancement of children. Participation in arts would result in improvement of overall life pattern of children, through reduction of stress and negative emotions; using untapped mental and physical energy and strengthening the feelings of team building and team spirit among them
Margadarshi is providing Home, with all amenities for 50 neglected girls with disability hailing from the poorest sections of society in Bangalore, India. These girls are are capable of leading their own own life, as every disability is just physical and it is their Mental Ability is what counts. With proper and timely support these 50 girls with disability will be empowered to lead independent life socially and financially. Margadarshi helps them to achieve this.
The organization has identified 500 old age persons who are neglected. They are seriously lacking daily uses clothing, grocery items, Health check up, medicine and nutrition for sustained and respected living. Through the project the organization would provide daily uses clothing items, daily uses grocery items and nutritious food and also provide emergency medicine. By this process the organization will motivate, facilitate and support the old age persons for sustained and respected living.
Envisaging educational opportunity by financially supporting (for three years) 25 children who were once upon child labourers after organising functional literacy to 100 child laborers. The aim is to help the children have access to education, health & equitable wages in future. The project aims at supporting the ex-child labour children who studied in our special schools and are continuing their high school and college education. 25 children are successfully supported each year since 2014.
The recent Prime Minister of India, Dr. Manmohan Singh described malnutrition in India "a national disgrace" Many children in desperately poor villages here in Bihar are malnourished. A protein rich meal twice a week can do so much to restore health as part of our health care program. It is amazing how much difference this simple measure can make on Children's health and well being. Help fill a hungry tummy today.
Sphoorti Children's Home was set up in 2006 with 3 children and over the last 10 years, has grown to more than 200 children. We have children in the age group 6 - 19 (Kindergarten to Undergraduate level). The project will provides basic needs - food, clothing, shelter, quality education and health-care to more than 200 orphan kids and help them grow into responsible citizens.
The project will provide training to 300 young girls & boys on gender equality & sensitize them on the deteriorating sex ratio & its long term implications. 30 youth leaders will be engaged in peer education. The Project will also create opportunities for marginalized girls for their self development through anemia control program, sponsorship support to continue education in high school, health & nutrition awareness, family life education & training for employability enhancement.
AROH Foundation plans to improve learning outcomes of poor and underprivileged children in slums. These children suffer from extreme disparity and deprivation and are engaged in rag picking, waste picking or other small jobs. These children are not attending school regularly and are likely to drop out of school. The project aims to provide care and education facilities to 500 such children in the age group of 6-10 years and remove them from shackles of child labour and poverty.
This fundraiser will seek to empower women living in the Kamathipura red light area of Mumbai by providing them necessary resources and tools to develop long-term skills so they can leave prostitution. In past 18 years, AAWC has provided more than 2200 women with vocational training, financial & adult literacy sessions, assisted them to obtain essential documents for availing government benefits and schemes, which has helped them to gain skills for generating income from the alternate resource.
Children growing up in Mumbai red light area often stay under the bed or found lurking on streets unattended. From a young age they witness drug peddling, gambling dens, sexual acts and other illicit activities while their mothers engage in sex work. They're always at the risk of getting physically and sexually abused. A daycare & night shelter facility for these children would help them to grow in secured space with care and protection through healthy lifestyle, diet and hygienic conditions.
Through the Smiley Days project, IDF will help 5000 girls and women in overcoming the social barriers associated with menstruation. By providing them with the right information, products and facilities, we will ensure an equal opportunity for girls across India whilst contributing to reach 4 key Global Sustainable Development Goals.
The project aims to help women, adolescents and children fight gender based violence empowering them with life skills, academic engagement, reproductive health, livelihood and employable skills, and encouraging community leadership to reduce Gender Based Violence and for access to citizenship rights including civic amenities.
This project provide high-quality education sponsorship for 250 underprivileged children from poorest slum communities & studying V to X in Govt., Private Convent schools. These deprived children are good at studies but struggling for timely education support, due to children parents are working as daily wage labours in construction sites, scavenging, tobacco making, etc. With this project children will benefit immensely from SERUDS holistic approach to education & comprehensive support services
Bhagavatula Charitable Trust (BCT) provides a three part curriculum for rural and tribal children of Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh and enabling them to pursue technical higher education. With the best of the teaching and learning methodologies, these children are able to gain knowledge much better than their peers around while becoming leaders in their villages, creating a better future for everyone around. This project aims at increasing the number of children to be educated.
The project aims to support 40 poor children between 2-6 years in the Kajapettai and Kodappu areas of Trichirappalli for a year. A creche will be run in each area and the children will be provided with quality education and care. Nutritious food and affection will be given to the children which is being deprived off to them. The project aims at developing the health and skills of the children in their formative years.
India, a country of 1.27 billion people, has won only 33 medals in the overall Summer Olympics and out of this 33 medals only three medals were won by female athletes. This limited accomplishment is due to lack of facilities, awareness and opportunities in rural India. Mann Deshi Champions program aims to provide sports facilities, equipment, training and nutrition to the rural children in Mhaswad, India. The objective of the program is to empower rural girl's holistic development through sport
Continuation of higher education became challenge for orphan and vulnerable youth. Hence sponsorship for 500 youth for continuation of education by providing support services like tuition fee and study, education supplies will place them better in life. VMM regularly monitors their education performances through recording annual and semester marks and update their performances to the donors. Contribute for Sponsorship @ INR 10000 for higher education give an educated youth for better India.
We run 3 daycare centers for 1-6yrs age 90 children of working poor women. Day Care Centers for Children started in 2006 with 10 children now we are supporting 90 children in slums of Kurnool. These children come from poor families where both parents work in construction sites, scavenging. During working hours of parents children play in hazardous fields. Now Children in a safe environment from morning till evening. Our care takers keeps the children engaged in learning education & provides food
Manavya aims at offering a helping hand to socially neglected 57 HIV+ children deprived of their right to become independent contributors in society by teaching English and Computer skills. Support this project that can transform 57 HIV+ children from being viewed as a liability to being celebrated as an asset. Manavya empowers these children to break free from the clutches of poverty and stigma by providing a place to live until adulthood and by supporting their education and healthcare.
Condition of adolescent girls in slums of Lucknow is dire.51% girls are married before 19 years and 30% before 18 years. It shows extent of risks associated with their life pattern and aspirations. Gender disparity on education is by 20%. The project will directly impact on 5000 adolescent girls through integrated slum planning, behaviour change communication, life skills, non traditional vocational skills, mainstreaming with government services and feed back system for quality services.
SUGAM JAGRITI is continuously working with unemployed youth particularly with dalit girls & Needy Youths who are literate with skill of reading and writing Hindi and English. For employment they need skill training best suit them i.e. computer training.Further they will be supported in getting employed . It improve their income generation opportunity.The organization has made employed 500 youth after training in computer education . It has strengthened the economic status of the families.
There are 290 Leprosy and TB affected persons are completely neglected by family and society. There are deep rooted myths misconception and touch ability and the rural community in Bihar. It is due to high level of unawareness.They don't have respect and support at family as well as community. They leads a miserable life and even don't get support of cloths, blanket and emergency health kits i.e. lotion, bandage etc. They don't live a respected life and heavily depends on the out side support.
Improve overall health status of people living in target communities in an around shipyard ensuring access to basic health care services. Improve maternal health status, increasing the number of pregnant women receiving pre and post natal cares as well as increasing institutional delivery through advice, medicinal support and referral services and basic health and hygiene practices to reduce the common ailments among 100,000 populations in poor and needy people
In the last one year we Identified 145 children through house to house surveys and provided relevant therapy to 50 children with intellectual & multiple disabilities by a multi disciplinary team of professionals covering Medical, Speech, Occupational and Special Education assessments and Psychological therapy. Behavioural counselling for parents/caregivers from a low socio economic community, Delhi. Research guided set up and services are available and affordable within the community.
Orphan children also have a dream for love, motherly-care, education and to have bright future. Realizing these needs of orphan & abandoned children, NBJK has established an orphanage named LBHC in Bodh Gaya-Bihar. There are 70 children in 7 houses in LBHC, one "mother" in each house taking care of 10 children. We need support from kind hearted people for continuing our efforts to provide them quality food, best education, health care and making future of these orphan children very bright.
Sabuj Sangha intended to ensure quality education of the underprivileged children in Sundarbans; . The school is affiliated by the Government of West Bengal, but un-aided. Total 167 children are presently reading in pre-primary to upper primary & 300 in the teachers training programme and the students are taught by qualified teachers. Proper teacher pupil ratio, Use of technology aiming at provide facility of computer education that is imperative of modern scientific approach of joyful learning
We are running Child Labour Rehabilitation Centre in Chittoor which consists of around 240 children and in order for their transportation we have a vehicle donated by our donors. We desperately need maintenance of this vehicle in order ferry children from their home to the rehabilitation centre and vice versa.
This project would provide educational aid to 40 children from poor families in a villages of Vagra block, District Bharuch. It will ensure to look after the educational needs of the children that they do not discontinue their studies. A base line survey by Gram Vikas Trust shows that all the children score and perform well in class.The families of these children are involved in daily wages labor work in agriculture and industry. This project would help them to complete their education.
Salaam Baalak Trust is an Indian non-profit and non-governmental organisation which provides a sensitive and caring environment to street and working children in Delhi, India. Children who live in our residential homes are inked with education, skill building, and medical services. In order to ensure increased accessibility to better quality care, we urgently require a vehicle to ferry the children in a safe and efficient manner...protected from traffickers and accidents.
Abandoned old aged undergoing great difficulties lacking & logging in love & affection and always are into mental stress, strain for this reason we started "Old Age Home for Destitute Elders" with a humanity and service to cater to the needs of such unfortunate elders. In Happy Old Age Home, 20 old aged persons are living & getting food, shelter, love, proper care, other basic needs. In this we provide boarding & lodging facilities with breakfast, lunch, dinner, Medical care, T.V for recreation.
Around 70% deaths globally are caused by non communicable conditions which are actually preventable. India happens to be one of the leading countries of this situation. To address this situation, Aashwasan Science offers spiritual technology that holds hope for the world as it connects people to their innate resources and unravels the root cause to bring cure, management and most importantly prevention - prevention not only in their lives but also for the coming generations.
This project intends to give skills training in tailoring & embroidery, fashion designing courses for sustainable livelihoods to 200 destitute women. With this vocational skills training women live with dignity by earning themselves. During this training, beneficiaries will learn and develop skills in tailoring & embroidery work on sarees, blouse pieces. They earn Rs.150 per day by stitching clothes of others. We provide Sewing Machine, Tool Kit to survive on their own and live with Dignity.
Ashwini Charitable Trust (ACT) sends underprivileged children of unskilled laborers, unable to pay the children's school fees, to school. In keeping with ACT's mission of empowering the children and the teachers of government schools so that they can be at par with the private schools, the Government Tamil Higher Primary School in Murphy town was adopted in July 2013. ACT has undertaken the 'renewal' and 'repair' of the existing school building and premises.
Sabuj Sangha intended to improve health condition of the people of remote Sundarbans; South 24 Parganas to ensure safe motherhood by providing Ante Natal & Post Natal care and reducing maternal and infant mortalities. Initiatives are taken to make people aware about common ailments, especially geriatric; through this project we would ensure quality health services with all facilities namely X-Ray, ECG, USG, Pathology & Surgery with affordable costs for reducing IMR & MMR & control blindness.
SANTI will provide free training and study materials to teen girls and women from 14 years old, who have dropped out or have never attended a school, from a poor village area near Rajgangpur, Odisha, India.
This project intended for the rural pitiable patients suffering with illness like TB, Dengue, Malaria, Typhoid, HIV/AIDS, neurological & pregnancy diseases, who joined in the Government Hospital from isolated places of Rayalaseema of Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. They do not have enough money to buy medicines. We helping contemptible patients by giving nutrition Milk, Breads, different Seasonal Fruits, Biscuits. With this nutrition poor patients health have been improving & recovering from illness
In India, 1 in every 20 children has some form of developmental disorder. Aashwasan offers its unique path breaking assessment, treatment and counseling services to children with developmental issues such as Autism, ADD, ADHD, Mental Retardation, Epilepsy, Cerebral Palsy etc. and their families from the underprivileged segment of the society in order to enable them to become independent.
VOICE Trust will provide relief packages consisting of Rice, Groceries, Vessels, Beddings, Sanitary Napkins for bringing back normalcy to daily wage families in Chennai like Napalayam and Andarkuppam around Manali in north Chennai and Velacherry and Tambaram in south Chennai. These families need such packages for sheer survival. For, they have lost all their belongings in Chennai floods during intermittent rains of November-December 2015.
Flood havoc started first in Cuddalore district and then in Villupuram district. Resource poor rural population are facing the fury of floods due to intermittent rains from November 10, 2015. All is lost for the flood affected people. Houses washed away. Home things gone in full. They were left only with what they wore. VOICE Trust will provide utility goods to regain life of the flood affected people. Then, rebuilding houses will be started with help from GlobalGiving donors.
The aim of this project is to provide free cataract with IOL implantation surgery to 1000 patients from remote rural and tribal regions of Southern Rajasthan in India. This project will aid in reducing the backlog of blindness through identification and treatment of blinds at primary, secondary and tertiary levels. It will help patients regain their vision leading to a better quality of life.
This program providing computer skills training through skilled trainer to 40 abandoned orphan children in Joy Home Orphanage. Training in basic computer skills provides essential job-related skills and empowers orphans, Street Children through this innovative program. Data entry typing & Desktop Publishing to give job security & self employment opportunity to destitute children and a secured life to them. Computer competency or proficiency is a vital skill in today's computer connected society.
We are continually constructing the training center that will allow us to run activities for the welfare of the people of Rajgangpur region. Currently in the building we are running in collaboration with the Government of India the following programs: National Child Labour Project (NCLP), Nehru Yuva Kendra(NYK) ,Pradhan Mantri Kushal Vikas Yojana (PMKVY),Swaccha Bharat Pakhwada Campaign,Income Generation Program,Creating Bank Accounts and Medical Insurance,Disease Prevention Programs etc
Computer literacy and English language training can make a big difference to employment seeking girls. Computers can transform their lives by ending their marginalizing. It is our dream to provide these young girls with free Basic Computer Training with English language training which will be instrumental in furthering their chances of finding dignified jobs. It will make them a part of the mainstream global youth along with the feeling of empowerment.
Since 1997, Manavya has been working diligently for the rehabilitation of born HIV +ve orphaned-destitute children and women. We believe that Education, nutrition and medication are the effective agents of change for HIV children. The toddlers, who came to Manavya at very young age, have entered adulthood. Due to this the needs of the children over the years changed with the growing age..
Girls who are studying in primary school, high school as well as dropped out girls has been surveyed to identify their needs and obstacles that they facee while persuading higher education. View of parents had been taken to know what they think of education for children. Based on this the project will lead us to know the major gaps in education for girls in backward villages. This project aims to reduce those gaps by providing educational tools to continue their higher education.
The grannies are neglected by their children and as they become unproductive at that age they do not have shelter, food and medical aid. Hence the project will support 50 grannies in residential care with balanced diet, clothing, medical aid with nursing care, recreation above all commune living for sharing and caring staff. Youth exposure visits to these old age homes will help in sensitizing the youth on aged issues and to respond to these. Document the stories and report to concerned.
The term 'para teacher' covers a wide range of incentive based appointment for teaching in schools where no of teachers less are and alternative learning centres or support education training centre. In a broad sense, any appointment, that is a deviation from the past practice in that state, is referred to as a para teacher. This broadly refers to teachers appointed by Gram Vikas Trust in association with school management committee including school principal, on incentive of Rs.2500 to 3000.
SUGAM JAGRITI focus on streamlining disabled with education, ensure disability certificates and disability pension . At present the Organization is making community sensitization for education to disability and convergence of disability with govt. schemes and programs i.e. disability pension etc. In the meantime the project will focus on sensitization to parents and community decision influencers. The project will focus on 150 disabled at Islampur Block of Nalanda district, Bihar.
Let us help those living in the shadows of society in Pondicherry. We aim to establish a centre for the homeless and offer them services to improve their quality of life. Our project will provide empowerment, counselling, de-addiction and vocational training to help these individuals transition from a life of poverty to integrated members of our society.
In South India, food-related problems like anemia, diabetes and obesitas are all too common. Over 40% of children are anemic. Our diet is sick. Archana was born in a village near Madurai where she learnt how to grow food traditionally. Now she is sharing her skills in Chennai schools. Sivalingam is a farmer committed to make Indian agriculture sustainable. Both of them decided to dedicate their lives to spreading organic farming by launching 2 social enterprises: CARE Society and myHarvest.
The project aims to mitigate the heavy loss of lives and the properties of the communities belonging to the slums of Chennai city of India and to quicken the process of recovery through Disaster Preparedness. The focus is on the most vulnerable sections of senior citizens, the people living with disabilities, women and children. Strategy: Training on Disaster Preparedness to senior citizens, disabled, children, women. overall 10000 community members and 1000 lead volunteers will be trained.
Quality education is a basic need to overcome poverty and deprivation. Yet thousands of tribal children grow up unable to read or write. Many cannot even sign their names. Agragamee a non-profit organisation based in Odisha, India facilitates easy, fun and effective learning through teacher training, lively innovative teaching learning material, and progressive education schools in the poorest districts. This campaign will help expand its efforts to reach more marginalised communities.
Gram Vikas Trust support Government primary schools to provide high quality school education to tribal children in Bharuch district of Gujarat state who cannot otherwise access or afford it. The schools adopt a nurturing & holistic approach to education, helping highly irregular and irregular children to attend school regularly, children to learn joyfully. The tribal children are supported through educational aids.
This project will spay/neuter 2000 cats and dogs in Chennai and surrounding areas. Every year, hundreds of thousands of unwanted kittens and puppies that are born in Chennai and surrounding areas die in accidents or succumb to starvation or deadly diseases. Spaying/ neutering homeless cats and dogs helps prevent these unwanted births and promotes the health of adult cats and dogs.
Masoom as part of its "Night School Transformation Programme" partners with schools where students study from 6.30 PM to 9.30 PM. The students (around 4000) are unskilled labourers aged 12 to 30, who work during the day to support their family & study at night to complete their education. They mostly live in slums & from a poor socio-economic background where the total family income is between 2000 to 5000 per month. Masoom provides the students critical educational infrastructure & resources
This project supports street children, orphan and destitute in Goa. There are so many run away children from different states, migrate to Goa in search of better livelihood options. In bargain of doing so they end up as child laborers, rag pickers and juvenile in conflict with Law. Children's home provides them an environment with all the basic necessities required for their healthy growth. El Shaddai has 6 homes, supporting 300, girls and boys, in age group of 2-17 years. We need your support!
Virmani Trust started the Women Literacy Program in 2004 with the objective of educating the illiterate women. So that they can improve the quality of their life and the life of their entire family, and help them lead a life of dignity.
Some youngsters who are educated dream & innovate less and are more concerned with survival. The acquired skills are many a time not relevant to the context. In India this can be seen in rising levels of unemployability, number of psychosomatic conditions, mechanical way of life & much more. Aashwasan brings forth an innovative program to help students experience their potential through long term engagement which helps them bring out their potential, imbibe people skills and become change makers
This LLF initiative aims to bring about whole school transformation in a South Delhi Municipal Co-operation school. The school is battling with a steep fall in enrollment and high dropout rates. Established in the year 1986, the school has just 60 students across grades 1 to 5. The students come from the poorest families in the locality. LLF will work towards improving the school physical and emotional environment, pedagogy, leadership and teacher effectiveness and engage with community
The recent rains in Chennai and the surrounding areas have resulted in large scale damage. Almost everyone in Chennai, had been affected one way or the other by the devastating floods caused by torrential rains. 269 people have died and thousands of people lost their houses and belongings . Learning Links Foundation is in the process of extending help in small ways to mitigate the sufferings. Your small donation can provide food , warm clothes , shelter to the flood victims.
CANCER is the most deadly word a patient can hear from the doctor. Among different types of cancer, women suffer mostly from cervical and breast cancer. India is experiencing an unprecedented rise in the number of breast cancer cases across all sections of society. We can definitely detect it early and treat adequately. ONLY with early detection, can we achieve a longer survival. The project aims to empower women, spread awareness and ensure a cancer free society.
Night School Students are basically coming from working background and are economically very poor. Students from such background are learning and earning, and hence they can't afford to buy material from their salary. Masoom is helping them through Material Distribution drive - providing them extra study material for doing well in SSC (Secondary School Certificate) exams so that we can enable them to complete their basic schooling with good marks that can help them in building a good future