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

Rewa NGOs

Shri Balkalyan Smiti Lalgoan, Rewa

Add : Lalgaon, Rewa
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486117
Tel :
Mobile : 97132 43683
Email : sonimahesh233@gmail.com
Website :
Contact Person : Ramnath Jayswal
Purpose : Social Work
Aim/Objective/Mission : Saririk pranik mansik baudhik evam adhyatmik dristi se chatron ka vikash gramo vano giri kandraon evam jhungi jhopadiyon hetu sikchnik unnyan karna.

Swastik Srijan Foundation, Rewa

Add : Ward-1, Dadar, Rahat
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486001
Tel :
Mobile : 97183 46691, 94246 26158
Email : swastiksrijan@yahoo.com
Website : www.swastiksrijan.jimdo.com
Contact Person : Ramesh Pandey
Purpose : Social Awareness, Volunteers Our Motive Is To Educate Everybody In India.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Swastik srijan foundation trust has born out of the passion of a group of people, who want to enlighten the lives less privileged. We are planning to initiate some below steps for ? strengthen the right to education. We are producing thousands of educated youth who are not employable. Top priority should be given to teaching english. The imbalance had to be urgently corrected as a first step. Vocational education and community colleges: there is a need to simplify and fix the issue of ?recognition of globally valid degrees in India. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us for any further enquiry about the project or our organization. Schooling is the one experience that most children worldwide have in common and the most common means by which societies prepare their young for the future. On any given day, more than a billion children are in primary or secondary school. They are in permanent or temporary buildings, in tents or under trees ? sharing the experience of learning, developing their potential and enriching their lives. The extent to which schools and teachers respect the rights of children and operate in the best interest of the child, like the extent to which child-centred teaching methods are embraced as good practice and standard methodology by teachers and the school, how far child participation is encouraged as standard practice. School – location, design and construction construction projects provide ample ways to play a strong role in the overall plan: ensuring community participation in the process; ensuring adherence to childfriendly principles in building design and construction; and ensuring that the end results contribute to realizing goals for children and women. [Education agencies] that decide to engage in construction, therefore, must go beyond the mere ?bricks and mortar aspects, and also take into account ?software aspects in the planning. These include the maintenance and use of facilities, the quality of services, how the community is mobilized, the extent and nature of community participation. All of these should be determinants of success for [agency-assisted] construction projects. In short, whether or not to engage in construction is a programmatic decision. Local school mapping and community monitoring systems to help track enrolment and identify children who are out of school. Satellite schools that ensure younger children in remote communities can go to school close to home until they are old enough to attend existing primary schools farther away.community schools that provide education opportunities for children who do not have access to the existing standard schools. Respected sirs/mams/all, this is to bring to your notice that we have engaged with one of the most respected ngos, the swastik srijan foundation which is based in rewa, madhya pradesh, India and for over 2 years, we have incorporated many social work activities for poor people in noida sec -53 we seek your extended support to enable functioning of these activities which are aimed at fostering social growth especially in education sector. Swastik srijan foundation trust was born out of passion of a group of people who want to enlighten the lives of less privileged. We get our energy and inspiration from people around us. Swastik srijan foundation is a registered trust, which administers vulnerable children, women and poor people across the country regardless of their caste, religion, region and gender. We are planning to initiate the below: strengthen the right to education. Start a school for ssf shiksha vidyalaya in rewa district (mp). Produce thousands of educated youth and ensure they are employed. Promote english as the principal medium of teaching. Correction of social imbalance amongst the society setting up vocational education and community colleges: there is a need to simplify and fix the issue of ?recognition of globally valid degrees in India. We hope that your trustees will consider our proposal. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us for any further enquiry about the project or our organization.

Dr. Raghav Foundation, Rewa

Add : 16/1164, Behind Pawar Gas Godam, Rewa
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486001
Tel :
Mobile : 81097 88295
Email : drfoundation13@gmail.com
Website : www.drraghavfoundation.org
Contact Person : A B Gautam
Purpose : Adolescent Girls Welfare, Advocacy On Social Issues, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Climate Change, Community Development, Food and Nutrition, Health, Hiv/Aids.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Mission : To vitalise the power and potential of people.

Rajsanjivani Educational Evam Welfare Society, Rewa

Add : 4, Indira Awash Yojna, Indira Nagar
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486001
Tel :
Mobile : 91796 36469, 76624 07407
Email : iims.rewa2010@gmail.com
Website :
Contact Person : Rajesh Singh
Purpose : Agriculture, Animal Welfare, Awareness Generation, Child Labour, Child Welfare, Community Development, Cultural Heritage, Distance Learning, E-Governance, E-Learning, Education, Energy.
Aim/Objective/Mission : To create health and wealth for our society.

Adhunik Vikas Sansthan, Rewa

Add : 11, College Road, Chakghat
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486226
Tel :
Mobile : 97551 89735
Email : kashyap87b@gmail.com
Website :
Contact Person : Manni Lal Sondhiya
Purpose : E-governance, human development, information and communications technology, minorities, natural resource management, science and technology, right to information, tribal development, women development welfare.
Aim/Objective/Mission : We are a non-government organization based in teonthar block and rewa districts of madhya pradesh, a state in indiait is active in the field of social and rural development with emphasis on education health sanitation and social justice together these districts form one of the poorest regions of the country characterized by high population, high population growth rate and recurring floods main interventions of the organization are in the domains of education child development women empowerment family welfare micro-savings and credit income generation organic farming environment and disaster management. It is very often seen that muslim sc st and poor students fail to score good marks in the exam because of the lack of the coaching facilities as a result despite of all the constitutional preferences given to them they are not able to get through the exams resulting into large scale unemployment of them. The society as an honest attempt to provide education facilities to them and the students belonging to the below poverty line has started a coaching center to provide job training to aspirants of bpo, data enter, computer teacher’s training, advanced diploma in telecom, computer it software. A majority of the children in the operation area live in unhygienic conditions and are malnourished education for them is a distant dream recognizing the fact that healthy and educated children are future of the country the ngo is making efforts in the direction of could development the organization is running five schools in as many villages. One of the components of interventions with children is to ensure that they get supplementary nutrition earmarked for them. Streamlining supplementary nutrition has led to an improvement in the children s attendance in the primary schools.

Shri Gurushwamivivekanand Kalyan Samiti, Rewa

Add : Bazar-Lalgaon, Rewa
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486117
Tel :
Mobile : 92037 65635
Email : sonimahesh233@gmail.com
Website :
Contact Person : Mahesh Pd Soni
Purpose : Child Rights, Cultural Issues, Education, Self Help Groups, Yoga.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Sareerik, arthik, samajik, naitik, adhyatmik, yogik, vikas chatro me karna.

Swa.Shivram Smriti Shiksha Samiti, Rewa

Add : Chandpur, Teonther
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486220
Tel :
Mobile : 92002 01069, 75095 39861
Email : singh.gandhi.ajeet@gmail.com
Website :
Contact Person : Lal Bahadur Singh
Purpose : Agriculture, Art And Culture, Blindness, Child Labour, Child Rights, Child Welfare, Community Development, Cow Protection Centre (Goushala), Development (General), Education, Energy, Environment, Forest Management, Forestry, Health, Media, Water, Yoga Student Education.
Aim/Objective/Mission : Student education, community develpment and wel fear, child labour wel fear, cow protection and gaushala etc.

Paryawaran Wahini Mahila Samiti, Rewa

Add : 295, Hawusing Bord, Chirhula Colony
Rewa
Madhya Pradesh
486001
Tel : 07662-226637
Mobile : 94247 23291
Email : pwmsngorewa@gmail.com
Website : www.pwwms.org
Contact Person : Raghvendra Singh
Purpose : Child Welfare, Human Development, Information And Communications Technology, Local Self Governance (Panchayati Raj), Old Aged Welfare, Research, Rural Development, Self Help Groups, Sex Workers Welfare, Shelter Home, Social Awareness, Traditional Activist (Guni) Mobilisation, Trafficking Of Women, Training, Tribal Development, Tribal Issues, Urban Development, Waste Management, Water, Women Development/Welfare Jan Jagrukta Paryawaran. Woter. Manajement.And Local Social Work.
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