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Add : 2373, Goodwill Enclave, Sec-49
Mobile : 96466 55229
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.tammana.org.in
Contact Person : Isha Kakaria
Purpose : Advocacy On Social Issues, Agriculture, Art And Craft, Awareness Generation, Blindness, Climate Change, Governance, Health, Old Aged Welfare, Orphanage, Physically Disabled, Social Awareness, Society And Economy, Traditional Activist (Guni) Mobilisation, Women Development/Welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : The ngo has successfully runs various eye donation awareness camps, health & educational camps at slums, blood donation camps, stree free living programmes, women empowerment skills workshops, peace vigils, clothes collection & distribution, hospital visits & helps, cause marathons, chabeels, cleanliness cyclothon, tree plantation drives etc. And whatever and wherever we find a scope to help!
Add : 1110, Sector-15B
Mobile : 98727 09772
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.isrdchd.org
Contact Person : Pawan Kumar
Purpose : Social Work.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Vision is making society humane, democratic and secular for all. Mission is to make a difference in the lives of marginalised and vulnerable community. We commit ourselves as rights based organization in partnership with other like-minded people, groups and civil society organisation to accompany the marginalized and vulnerable to claim their entitlements for a dignified life towards an equitable society. Our objectives are to intervene as and when the rights and the dignities of the marginalised and vulnerable communities are violated. To do the quality research in social science and social development. To provide consultancy services in the area of community development, social problems, local self governance and to the corporate sector. To undertake the evaluation and capacity building programme for the government organizations, non-government organisations as well as for the corporate sector. To conduct wide range of research studies, surveys, baseline surveys and election surveys to collaborate, associate with the organization, association, and institutes having similar objectives to help initiate people’s movements based on constitutional and human rights. To train grassroots activists and human rights defenders for greater impact upon civil society groups.
Add : Gandhi Smarak Bhawan, Sector 16-A
Tel : 0172-2727226
Mobile : 94785 22333
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.acharyakul.org
Contact Person : Dr. Devraj Tyagi, Secretary
Purpose : General – Social Welfare, Health, Legal Awareness, Library, Medical Relief, Old Aged Welfare, Peace, Plantation, Rural Development, Training.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To develop acharyakul-shakti tree from fear, malice and attachment to the party. To help men, women and children who are poor and/or orphan, disabled, mentaly retarded blind or otherwise unfit to carry on their daily chores to earning their livelihood and also to arrenge for their medical help, literacy drive where necessary, provide education to the needy, so that theybecome self sufficient useful organs of society and also to undertake such acts that the society ay decide to underake in future. To organize and arrange training camps, group discussions, seminars and lectures for achieving the above objects. To bring out publications, booklets, pamphlets, brochures and newsletters as and when necessary to propagate and implement the objects.
Add : 278, Sector-22-A
Mobile : 98145 73800
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.ismaa.net
Contact Person : Harjeet Singh Grewal, Chairman
Purpose : Advocacy On Social Issues, Art and Craft, Art and Culture, Awareness Generation, Community Development, Cultural Heritage. , Cultural Issues, General – Social Welfare, Health, Media, Minorities, Old Aged Welfare, Poverty, Rural Development, Social Awareness.
Aim/Objective/Mission : The international sikh martial art academy, an apex gatka organisation, envisions in promoting, popularizing and standardizing the martial art gatka as a recognised game at national and international level. The academy will organize martial art training camps, gatka seminars and workshops in different states to train the budding players. With a motive to revive, preserve and promote traditional martial art gatka as sport ismaa was constituted in 2007. It will compile an international directory of all gatka akharas and gatka training centers which will serve as a first ever reference book.
Add : 1, Gurdaspur
Tel : 01923-237954
Mobile : 98585 04401
Email : email@example.com
Website : www.thirdeyeanticrimeteam.org
Contact Person :
Purpose : Adolescent Girls Welfare, Advocacy On Social Issues, Agriculture, Animal Health, Animal Welfare, Anti Drug Campaign, Art And Craft, Cancer Patients Help, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Corporate Social Responsibility, Cultural Issues, Disaster Management, Distance Learning, E-Governance, E-Learning, Employment, Forest Management, Governance, Health, Herbal Medicine, Hiv/Aids, Irrigation, Library, Ngo Management, Population, Poverty, Public Administration, Rural Development, Sanitation, Social Awareness, Traditional Activist (Guni) Mobilisation, Trade And Industry Welfare, Training, Volunteers, Wildlife, Women’S Issues, Yoga, Youth Working For The Betterment Of The Society.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Good work.
Add: 3129, Sec. 44-D
Contact Person: Kanwardeep Singh
Purpose: Child labour eradication.
Aim/Objective/Mission: To work for eradication of child labour. To work for national integraty and defence of the country to work on different laws and do field research to eradicate child labour menace.
Add: 6, Gobind Nagri, Golden Public
Contact Person: Rohit Doda
Purpose: To increase the computer education.
Aim/Objective/Mission: Our aim to increase the computer education in the rural area & provide the better computer education in low rate because our team want to devolep the student in computer education sector. Our team want better career of students in every field (like computer education specially). Increase the student in every field.
Add: 206/2, Sector 41-A
Contact Person: Dr. Nareshanand
Add: Society for the Care of the Blind, Sector 26
Contact Person: Kuldip Rai Sood
Purpose: Disability, Education
Aim/Objective/Mission: The Society for the Care of the Blind is engaged in the service of visually handicapped children. Its main object is to make them self-supporting and useful part of the society rather than depending upon the society. Visually handicapped children in the age group of 6-18 years are provided educational facilities up to 10+2 level under the Braille system. Besides computer literacy training under, Braille short hand typing in English, Hindi and Punjabi, candle making, canning of chairs, handloom weaving is also imparted. In addition, girl students are given training in knitting, stitching, sewing and cooking etc. The society also holds free eye screening camps in rural and slum areas of Chandigarh twice a year for prevention of blindness and for creating awareness among the people.
Contact Person: Dr. Mandeep walia
Purpose: Gender upliftment
Aim/Objective/Mission: A voluntary organization committed to the promotion of well being of suffering humanity, with the mission to work towards the upliftment of the society to a dignified status where equality of status and opportunities, and Justice – social, economic and political prevails, where no one dies of starvation, no one lives is squalor, no one is exploited of ignorance and illiteracy and no one is unattended at diseases. The faith in the capacity of people to change and to develop, and the beliefs that the human beings are the product of the atmosphere, they have been born and brought up leads us to develop an enabling and system change approach to the empowerment of the people to ensure better living conditions for the people. The Institute believes in the high quality intervention and humanitarian scientific help in a participatory manner. Our belief pays that the organisation and people grow together through participation.