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Participating NGOs

A brief introduction to the NGO’s who have presented to the Whiteboard and have benefited from the initiative.


Are a voluntary organization of parents and professionals, established in 1982. Today, they have grown into one of New Delhi’s premier institutes providing comprehensive education, vocational training and work opportunities to young people who are intellectually challenged. They offer support services to parents as well as raise awareness about the various issues surrounding people with intellectual disabilities. They also advocate for their rights.


Mobile Creches

Mobile Creches works at multiple levels to move closer to its vision of a “just and caring world”. ALL have a stake in the future of the country and ALL must take responsibility for the future of those at the bottom of the pyramid – the most vulnerable, invisible, young children of India. Their Key work areas are Creches and Daycare Centres to care for children at construction sites and slums of Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad (National Capital Region) and Training and Advocacy to involve communities, train childcare workers and make governments accountable.


Ashish Centre

Ashish Centre is an early intervention centre run by Ashish Foundation for the Differently Abled (AFDA) Charitable Trust. This trust was registered with the registrar of trusts on the 27 of February 2007. The Ashish Centre seeks to work towards a society that views each person as being of value and importance and to make a difference in the lives of children with disabilities as well as their families. Through an integral approach of intervention they work for the learning and growth of each child towards their God given potential and assist their families to be effective facilitators in this process.



To walk in cooperation with each other is what Sahyog is all about. Eight years back a driven group of people, sharing an urge and a dream to make a difference to the world, came together. Of a world where children would not be deprived of their basic right to education, Of a world where needy women would find employment through professional training & of a world where old age would not drive people to the begging streets. To fulfil this dream an idea called “Sahyog” took birth. SAHYOG CARE is a registered voluntary NGO which has been working for the empowerment of underprivileged people since 2002.


Nai Umang Positive welfare Society

Nai Umang Positive welfare Society started in October 2008 has been working in the field of HIV/AIDS. The members have been working in various ICTCs, VCTCs and other organizations working with people living with HIV/AIDS.

It is the dream of the board members to enhance and empower the skills of HIV positive families. A strong passion and commitment is what drives them to get together and channelize their energies in the same direction to a productive effort. Their vision is to To improve the Quality of life of women and children who are infected and affected with HIV/AIDS.


The Kutumb Foundation

The Kutumb Foundation is a volunteer driven, non-governmental enterprise working for the empowerment of disadvantaged young people.Their primary work is related to the education of youth in a non-formal, imaginative and fun manner. They provide a platform for empowerment, personal expression and dialogue through creative means as diverse as football, theatre, dance and art as well as a safe space. They use peer-to-peer learning and empower members to take control of their own lives!


Center for Social Security Action & Research (CSSAR)

CSSAR is a Delhi-based non-governmental, non-political, and not-for-profit organization. It has been teaching slum children in Delhi since April 2008. Currently it teaches 300 children in three slums.

Its education program targets children studying in classes I to V in municipal schools. The program complements gaps in school education and sustains the interest of children and their parents in formal education system. Due to this coaching students are regular in schools and able to do their home work properly.


SEVA Free and Confidential Counseling Centre

SEVA is a registered, non-profit, voluntary organization whose primary concern is to help people help themselves by offering Free and Confidential Counseling to anyone having emotional problems.


Sahara Charitable Society

Thier Mission is to improve the quality of life of the underprivileged through relationship building, care services, rehabilitation and integration into society.


One Billion Literates Foundation

Non profit Non governmental organization Founded in : Jul 2010 with a vision of Quality education FOR ALL and a mission to impart communication, technical and soft skills to children (attending government schools) and the community around them.


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