Profiles of Indian NGOs & National – Ineternational Funding Agencies – Government Grants

Kangra NGOs

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Himachal Nav Nirmaan, Palampur

Add: Dhauladhar Colony, Maranda
Palampur
Pin: 176061
Himachal Pradesh
Contact Person: Ankur Awasthi
Purpose: Development, culture, education, health.
Aim/Objective/Mission: To work for betterment of himachali culture (to promote our mother tongue pahara & to promote pahari music). To work against like social evils like dowry system, to work for the welfare of girl children. Provide scholarships to poor children. To work for similar rights to girl child.
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Society for Environmental & Rural Awakening, Kangra

Add: Shayam Nagar, Thamba
Kangra
Pin: 176030
Himachal Pradesh
Contact Person: Arun Chandan
Purpose: Environment, Health, Poverty
Aim/Objective/Mission: ERA promotes the conservation of natural resources. It improves the living standards of people by providing them information about the various schemes of the government for poverty eradication. It also conducts research on traditional medicine systems and focuses on women’s empowerment.
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Institute for Social Work, Kangra

Add: C/o 8, Sushekhar Niwas, The Dhauladhar Co-operative House Building Society Ltd, Holta Palampur
Kangra
Pin: 176061
Himachal Pradesh
Contact Person: Brijesh
Purpose: Social work
Aim/Objective/Mission: To improve socio-economic conditions and achieve sustainable development of masses especially that of rural areas, by targeting niche areas viz: agriculture, horticultre, veterinary sciences, home science, science & techonology, culture & heritage, health & family welfare, welfare of weaker sections of society, water and natural resoursrs, education & special education, industry and cottage industry, enviornment and forestry, involving youth potential to achieve the broader goal of socio-economic & sustainable development.
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Himalayan Nature Society, Kangra

Add: 52, Gamru, Kotwali Bazar
Kangra
Pin: 176215
Himachal Pradesh
Contact Person: Arvind Sharma
Purpose: Environmental protection and animal welfare
Aim/Objective/Mission: The Himalayan Nature Society is a voluntary organization registered under the societies registration act in the village of Gamru, near the town of Dharamsala in the Kangra valley of Himachal Pradesh. Being a non-profit social organization, the Himalayan nature society is committed in its endeavors to protect the environment and stray animal welfare. Environmentally sustainable development and stray animal welfare.
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Him Aishwary Gramin Udyog Avam Laghu Bhachat Kalyan Sangh, Kangra

Add: Gurudwara Road, Near D.A.V. Public School Dhramshala
Kangra
Pin: 176215
Himachal Pradesh
Contact Person: Jitender Verma
Purpose: Micro finance, loaning, labour union, free child education, women rights, free medical programmes.
Aim/Objective/Mission: The mission of Him Aishwary Gramin Udyog Avam Laghu Bhachat Kalyan Sangh is to provide our society with a better vision, to help people in the upliftment of lifestyle, we also work in the field of labour union rights, free education & women rights.
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Thakur Pre Examination Coaching cum Training Institute, Kangra

Add: Nehran Pukhar, Dehra
Kangra
Pin: 171104
Himachal Pradesh
Contact Person: Rajesh Thakur
Purpose: Agriculture, Education, Environment, Health, Training
Aim/Objective/Mission: The main mission of the organisation is to work on the issues related to education, environment, agriculture, research and documentation work on women and child health, income generation and many other such areas. Its objectives include creating employment opportunities, providing credit facilities for marginal farmers with an aim to improve the yield of the crops and organising seminars, work awareness and training programmes in order to come up with new ways of tackling the problems of these disadvantaged sections of the society.
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