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www.EnglishVinglish.org has been conceptualized with an overall objective to provide free basic English grammar lessons in Hindi language. The website will be useful to a large percentage of Hindi speaking population of India that still does not have any understanding of the English language.
Charlie's Animal Rescue Centre (CARE) was started in January 2013 to create an animal shelter where stray and abandoned animals could be housed, given timely medical aid, rehabilitated, and re-homed. The inspiration behind the Trust is Charlie, a 3-legged Indian dog. Charlie lived to ripe old age of 15, he passed away this March. God bless his soul. http://charlies-care.com/about.html
FXB India Suraksha (FXBIS) is an Indian non-governmental, non-profit organization providing developmental assistance to disadvantaged children, families and communities in rural and urban India. The well-being and protection of children is at the heart of all FXBIS interventions. FXBIS works in different pockets across 15 Indian states and union territories reaching out to over 200,000 people.
A Rights Skills Building organisation where marginalised youth help other peers know their rights; identify violations; prevent, challenge, protest, resist and prosecute violations and violators. We create safe spaces for young people through building up their inner strength and integrating individual development with community needs - working with girls and boys together to promote gender justice
Enactus KMC is a team of 44 student leaders dedicated towards the cause of social entrepreneurship. For all our projects, we include communities which face social exclusion and their plight drives us to make this enterprise sustainable. To see our projects become self-sustaining enterprises and the target communities getting a respectable livelihood is the ultimate goal that motivates us to work.
We work as a development support team for a wide constituency across India and the world—from people’s movements to international agencies, women’s groups to trade unions, civil society organizations to government agencies, individual activists to media persons, and students to academicians.
Arpan is a registered NGO based in Mumbai and the largest in the world* working on the issue of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) with a team of dedicated and skilled professionals since the year 2006. Arpan has reached out to over 1,21,393 children and adults directly and over 5,16,379 individuals indirectly since its inception.
Our vision: Empowerment of youth and women in rural India through connectivity and entrepreneurship. Our Aim: Youth and women empowerment through health, technology, internet and entrepreneurship education. Creating new employment and business opportunities for women in rural areas through a technology-enabled village enterprise.