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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.

 
Child Survival India

Child Survival India is an NGO in development, established in April ‘91, with a view to help the marginalized and vulnerable sections of community find new avenues and alternatives of development.
Initially the organization started as a child focused organization. However over the years, through community feedback and grassroots experiences, there has been a change in the approach and strategic focus. Integrated approach to development with a prime focus on health and gender issues is now the basic theme of all our programs.

Website: http://childsurvival-india.org/

Sanchayan

Sanchayan which means ‘accumulation’ in Sanskrit, is a non-profit social venture dedicated exclusively to financial literacy for the youth & adults. Sanchayan works with the Government, Regulators, Financial Institutions, Educational Institutes, Corporate Foundations, Partner NGOs, and other organizations to disseminate financial literacy in India.

Website: http://sanchayansociety.org/

Deepalaya

Deepalaya is a non – government development organization working on issues affecting the urban and rural poor, with a special focus on children. It is because ‘Every child deserves a
chance’ that the organization exists and works towards making that possible. For the past 32 years Deepalaya has been working in the urban slums of Delhi and has also made inroads into rural development in the states of Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand.

Website: http://deepalaya.org

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