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Top ten ngo in india - MaStyle Care

Top ten ngo in india - MaStyle Care



Top ten ngo list in India for 2013.

Top ten ngo list in India for 2013.



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    • Top ten NGO in India
    • Help Age India HelpAge India, since its establishment in 1978 has constantly been striving to raise resources to protect the rights of senior citizens of our country. They are involved with the local and national government to implement policies which will be beneficial to the elderly. Their objective is to make the senior citizens aware of their rights so that they can play an active role in the society. To accomplish this, they are also working constantly to make the society aware of the concerns regarding the elderly and also promoting better understanding of similar issues.
    • Sargam Sanstha Sargam is committed to helping the most vulnerable children,old age and young people in the India break through injustice, deprivation and inequality, so they can achieve their full potential.
    • Smile Foundation Formed in 2002, the Smile foundation comprises corporate professionals who had a target of providing universal education and healthcare services to the underprivileged thereby changing their lives forever. They aim to set the foundation for nation building by making the downtrodden emerge as productive assets.
    • Give India GiveIndia’s mission is to promote an efficient and effective giving culture that provides greater opportunities to the poor in India.
    • LEPRA society LEPRA society actively promotes quality health care through various initiatives. It aims to support various health programmes in the prevention and control of diseases like AIDS, Leprosy, and Tuberculosis etc. Their programmes are mainly focussed to communities which are poor comprising women and children.
    • UDAAN The Foundation for Spastic and Mentally Handicapped Persons (FSMHP) ® was set up as a Non-Profit Charitable Trust in April 1994 to help persons with brain damage related disabilities like Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation (MR), Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), to lead a better quality of life, and to help them return to their rightful place in society and gainful employment wherever possible.
    • Deepalaya Deepalaya is a development-based NGO which works on issues pertaining to the poor and the downtrodden, especially children. It has successfully made inroads into slums of Delhi and initiated rural development in Haryana and Uttarakhand. It works in collaboration with both governmental and non-governmental agencies and makes interventions in the state’s policy making. Their areas of focus include education, healthcare, gender equality, vocational training, empowering other NGOs which have the same vision and upliftment of the differently-abled.
    • Uday Foundation Based in New Delhi, the Uday foundation provides support to the families of children suffering from critical disorders, congenital defects and other diseases and syndromes which affects their health, growth and education. It has launched various health related projects for the common man in general. Their special focus is child rights i.e. providing a right to live with dignity. It is more of a parents support group who tackle the problem of saving the lives of the future of our country. They also support research to develop new healthcare technologies.
    • Karmayog www.karmayog.org is a unique free platform for concerned citizens - for social and civic issues - since June 2004.
    • Pratham Pratham is the largest non governmental organisation working to provide quality education to the underprivileged children of India. Pratham was established in 1994 to provide education to the children in the slums of Mumbai city. Since then, the organization has grown both in scope and geographical coverage.
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