UNDP IN INDIA UNDP works in almost 170 countries and territories, helping to achieve the eradication of poverty and the reduction of inequalities and exclusion. They help countries to develop policies, leadership skills, partnering abilities, institutional capabilities and build resilience in order to sustain development results. What They Do UNDP has worked in India since 1951 in almost all areas of human development, from democratic governance to poverty eradication, to sustainable energy and environmental management. UNDP’s programmes are aligned with national priorities and are reviewed and adjusted annually. In a rapidly changing global environment, the work of UNDP and the broader UN family aligns with the Government of India’s new national development vision, India 2030, and builds upon the Sustainable Development Goals. UNDP India’s country programme for 2018-2022 has three major focus areas: A partnership for sustainable development UNDP has supported India for the last five decades, both at the federal and provincial levels, in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through mainstreaming, acceleration and policy support. UNDP supports the government to reflect the new global agenda in national development plans and policies, to accelerate progress on SDG targets, and provide expertise on sustainable development and governance to the......
Established on 24th October 2016, NASHIB Mahasangh stands for NavBharat, Agrotech, Skill Development, Housing, and Industrial-Business Mahasangh. It is committed to promoting sustainable equitable and just development in India. The main role of NASHIB is to bind the citizens with all the benefits applicable government (Central & State) policies for their socio-economic development. The main aim and objective of the organization is to act as a mediator between the Government of India and its citizens so as to provide the citizens all the good schemes, subsidies and help provided by the GOI and create awareness in them about all their rights and duties and make such a socio-economic environment for all so that every individual can earn enough to get his/her basic requirements for the family with growth in their quality of life and create a happy society. AREAS PRESENT: PAN INDIA CONTACT: email@example.com..
Sinduartola Gramodaya Vikas Vidyalaya is a non-governmental organization (NGO) with registration number 575/2008-09?(25-10-2008). It was established in the year 2008 and operates in Jharkhand, India. The Chairman of SGVV is Dr Edward Ekka and Chief functionary officer is Rajen Kumar. Their Work: Dalit Welfare, Education & Literacy, Human Rights, Labour & Employment, Rural and Urban Development & Poverty Alleviation, Tribal Welfare, Vocational Training, Womens Development & Empowerment..
Kartavya Foundation India trust is a registered voluntary organisation in Ghaziabad, working with community & underprivileged children. We are making collective efforts in improving the quality of education at different levels, through programmes developed on the basis of the needs of the children in the communities. Kartavya foundation india Trust is also empowering women to a life of dignity & self-respect through self-defence. We are providing self-defence workshops and life skill education at communities, slums of city and government schools...
Nirmana empowers unorganized sector Workers to Speak Up. Established in 1988, NIRMANA initially supported campaign activities, awareness generation amongst construction workers and other welfare activities like child-care, education, health-care services, free legal aid etc. across the slums of North-West Delhi. Subsequently NIRMALA NIKETAN, a Domestic Workers collective was promoted to assist women or young girls who migrate often illegally or forcibly for domestic work to Delhi and other urban centres. Today, NIRMANA addresses advocacy to livelihoods space amongst unorganized sector workers to achieve its overall vision of ‘Building an Inclusive India’. Website: http://www.nirmana.org..
The National Domestic Workers’ Movement (NDWM) is a movement and an NGO working with domestic workers, child domestic workers and migrant workers. NDWM is active in 23 states of India and works towards achieving dignity for domestic work and workers, at both a national and international level. NDWM encourages participation and leadership in the hands of domestic workers. NDWM stands for the rights of domestic workers, seeking justice and legislation for them. It creates a strong public awareness to enable domestic workers to achieve a healthy recognition in society. Website: www.ndwm.org ..
Vigyan Foundation is basically an issue based non-government organization working in a right based approach, registered in 1988, under the Society Registration Act -1860. They believe and promote networks and alliances for advocacy of the rights of the most vulnerable and marginalized communities. The organization has been proactive in facilitating community-based organizations and strengthening them to collectively demand their basic rights. Right to health and dignified life, Right to adequate shelter and secured housing, Right to dignified life, Right to quality education. Website: http://www.vigyanfoundation.org/..
Bharatiya Jana Seva Mission is a Social Welfare organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. They work through active grassroots participation and empowerment of the communities in all aspects of their development and strives to minimize their dependence on external agencies & focus on promoting sustainable anthropocentric development through environmentally, socially and economically integrated activities. They work to ensure the improvement and sustainability of rural & urban communities and their environment.Women Empowerment Program ,Welfare and well-being of Domestic Workers, Health Programme, Consumer Rights and Protection, Handicraft Development Programme. Website: http://bjsm.org.in/..