NGO's in India

Miscellaneous schemes for NGO’s – Grants , Loans & funding

SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF YOUTH AFFAIRS AND SPORTS

I. SCHEME FOR ASSISTANCE TO YOUTH CLUBS

Objective

Youth is potent force in the society whose organized voluntary efforts can promote nationally accepted valves, consciousness against social evil, development of fitness culture, etc. such voluntary efforts can thus help in building a healthy society contributing to national development.

Programmes

The activities of Youth Clubs could be significant in organizing such voluntary efforts. In India, a large number of Youth Clubs function at the grassroots’ level but tend to lack direction in their activities due to lack of guidance. This scheme, therefore, is an attempt at giving a positive direction to the Youth Club activities. The scheme specifically aims to:

(a) organize and channelise youth energy in character building activities

(b) develop amongst youth a sense of pride in nationally accepted values like democracy, socialism, secularism,

(c) develop consciousness among youth against social evils such as dowry, untouchability, drug addiction, etc.,

(d) enable the youth to develop awareness of environment, culture, ownself,

(e) provide facilities for developing rural sports at grass-root level,

(f) organize activities for the preservation of cultural heritage especially of the rural areas,

(g) provide opportunity to the youth for participation in rural community development works through developmental schemes like TRYSEM, IRDP, etc. so as to enable the youth below poverty-line to be properly identified by such Youth Clubs and brought into the developmental programmes, and
(h) provide an opportunity of training at village level leading to self-employment or better employment.

II. FINACIAL ASSISTANCE FOR PROMOTION OF YOUGH ACTIVITIES AND TRAINING

Introduction

The Ministry of Youth Affairs has been running several youth welfare schemes for the development of youth in the age group of 15-35 years. Recently, all the schemes of the Ministry Concerning Youth Affairs have been reviewed as per the instructions received from the Ministry of Finance in the context of Zero-based budgeting. The following schemes which were continuing during the 9th five-year plan and has over-lapping objectives have been identified for merger:

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(I) Financial Assistance to Voluntary Organisation working in the field of Youth;

(II) Training of Youth;

(III) Exhibition for Youth; and

(IV) Special Scheme for promotion of youth activities in tribal areas.

After merger, the composite scheme will be called “Financial Assistance for Promotion of Youth Activities & Training” and will have a pooled budget.

Sub-Components

The Scheme of Financial Assistance for Promotion of Youth Activities and Training will have the following sub-components;

(a) Vocational Training

(b) Entrepreneurship Development

(c) Exhibition

III SCHEME OF GRANTS FOR CREATION OF SPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

Objective

This scheme has been in operation for about two and half decades now. The objective of the Scheme is to facilitate creation of Sports Infrastructure throughout the country.

The Ministry is also operating another Scheme of Grant to Rural Schools. Under that scheme, a lump-sum one-time grant of Rs. 1.50 lakh is given to Rural School for development of playground and purchase of sports equipment. That scheme is a Sub-Scheme of this main Scheme of Grants for Creation of sports Infrastructure and a copy of the above finalized scheme has already been circulated to all States/Uts.

Eligibility

The grant can be availed of by the State Governments/UT Administrations, Local statutory Bodies such as Municipalities/Municipal Corporations/Notified Area Committee/Cantonment Boards and Registered Voluntary Organisations active in the field of Sports. The Voluntary Organisations should not have restricted/closed membership based on caste, sex, race or religion etc.

The sponsors will have to give an undertaking that they will follow a project approach so as to ensure proper utilization and maintenance of the facility/infrastructure after it is created.

SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF LABOUR

INTRODUCTION

The ministry of Labour is responsible for labour policy and legislation, safety, health and welfare, social security of labour, policy relating to special target groups such as women and child labour and employment services and vocational services etc.

GRANT-IN-AID SCHEME FOR FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO VOLUNTARY AND NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS FOR TAKING UP ACTION PROGRAMMES/PROJECTS FOR THE BENEFIT OF CHILD LABOUR AND WOMEN LABOUR

The Ministry of Labour has been financing voluntary organizations since 1981-82, by way of grant-in-aid for taking up action oriented projects for the benefit of child labour and women labour. The government announced the National policy on Child Labour in August 1987. The action plan under the policy on National Child Labour focuses on general development programmes for benefiting children, prohibition of child labour in hazardous employments and regulate their working conditions in other employments/occupations. The government has been laying stress on the involvement of voluntary organizations furthering government policy of helping women workers to become aware of their rights and opportunities and also be become economically independent. The Women Cell in the Ministry of Labour, encourages and provides assistance to voluntary agencies to formulate income generating scheme and other action project for women labour.

Objectives

To provide financial assistance to voluntary organizations to take up action-oriented research and study on the subject of child labour and preventive measures to discourage further accretion of children into employment and to take up welfare projects for working children.

To involve voluntary organizations to formulate for women labour so as to enable them to participate actively in the socio-economic development.

Implementing Agencies

Registered Voluntary Organisations with at least two years of experience in the implementation of welfare programmes/Public Trust/Charitable Company/University or Institutions of higher learning.

Activities

Grants are given for the following activities:-

(a) Child Labour

• Useful and action-oriented research or study on the subject of child labour.

• Welfare of child labour through activities like formal/non-formal education, vocational training, provision of health care and nutrition.

• Preventive measure to discourage further accretion of child labour.

(b) Women Labour

• Organizing working women and educating them about their rights/duties and providing legal aid to working women.

• Training & skill development, encouraging formation of cooperative societies of women workers.

• Conducting seminars/workshop etc. aiming at raising the general consciousness of the society about problems of women labour

• Action-oriented research/study regarding problems of women workers & their employment status.

Financial Assistance

Financial assistance is provided to eligible voluntary organizations for:-

• All activities and infrastructure approved up to 75 percent of the cost.

• Essential office equipments on one time basis up to 75 percent subject to a maximum ceiling of Rs 20,000/-.

• 100 percent assistance for surveys, studies etc.

• No grant will be provided for acquisition of land and building or purchase of vehicles, computers, plant and machinery etc.

Procedure

The application should be sent to the Department in the prescribed form and routed through the State Government/U.T. Administration. An advance copy may be sent to the Director, Women and Child Labour Cell, Ministry of Labour, Shram Shakti Bhawan, Rafi Marg, New Delhi 110 001.

15. Road Safety & Highways

SCHEME OF MINISTRY OF ROAD SAFETY AND HIGHWAYS

GUDIELINES FOR GRANT OF FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE FOR ADMINISTERING ROAD SAFTEY PROGRAMMES

How to make the proposal

The application is to be made in duplicate, in the prescribed proforma by the Head of the Organisation, along with following documents:

(a) Evidence in support of registration of the Organisation under the Registration of Societies Act, 1860;

(b) Memorandum & Articles of Association;

(c) List of members of the managing/executive committee;

(d) Audited statements of accounts for last 3 years (in the case NGOs);

(e) Annual report or other documents indicating details of the activities of the organization, especially in relation to Road Safety Programmes;

(f) Details of the proposal indicating the objectives, details of activity proposed with time schedule, total financial implications, and the quantum of assistance sought under this scheme; and

(g) The details of assistance received or likely to be available from other sources including Central Government/State Government, local authorities or self contribution.

Whom to Submit the Proposal

All applications, in duplicate, are to be addressed to Secretary, Ministry of Surface Transport, indicating “Application for grant-in-aid for administering Road Safety Programmes” and be sent to the Under Secretary (Road Safety), Ministry of Surface Transport, Transport Bhawan, 1, Parliament Street, New Delhi-110 001 through the respective Transport Commissioner.

16. Rural Development

17. Science & Technology Development

SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (Department of Scientific and Industrial Research)

Technology Development & Utilization Programme for Women

Objectives of the Programme

The objectives of the Programme are:

(I) Promoting the adoption of new technologies by women.

(II) Awareness creation and training of women in various technologies.

(III) Technological upgradation of tiny, small and medium enterprises run by women entrepreneurs.

(IV) Showcasing of appropriate technologies and organizing demonstration programmes for the benefit of women

Projects Eligible for Funding

DSIR under its “Technology Development and Utilization Programme for Women (TDUPW)” provides assistance for those projects which are relevant to the betterment of women. In Particular, the projects of the following nature are eligible for assistance:

 Studies/surveys for the assessment of information needs of women in different walks of life.

 Documentation and content development on the following aspects:

– Women’s rights and legal provisions

– Technologies useful for subsistence production, personal care and community management including food processing, water conservation, waste disposal, maintenance of health and hygiene, etc.

– Best practices in promoting economic activities by women.

– Contribution of women innovators/entrepreneurs.

– Contribution of women Scientists/Technologists working in various Scientific laboratories.

– Technologies and products beneficial to women.

 Establishing Consultancy Cells for imparting technical knowledge on adoption of latest technologies.

 Awareness creation and training of women in information and computer technologies.

 Case studies of successful R&D and business women.

Guidelines for Submission of Project proposals for Financial Assistance Programme for Women-

Ministry of Science and Technology
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research
Technology Bhavan, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi- 110016
Telefax: 91-11-26516078, Tele: 91-11-26565329
Email:alh@alpha.nic.in, srv@alpha.nic.in

SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF EARTH SCIENCES

RESEARCH PROPOSAL FOR SCHEMES ON BASIC RESEARCH, APPLICATION AREAS AND MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES FOR OCEAN SCIENCES UNDER GRANTS-IN-AID

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMS

(a) To encourage research in newly emerging and front-line areas of Marine Geology and Geophysics, Marine Ecology, Marine Biology, Marine Microbiology, Marine coastal Culture, Marine Benthos, Beach placers, Ocean Engineering Under Water Robotics.

(b) To encourage Research Organizations, Institutions, I.I.T.s, Universities to undertake projects with industrial tie-ups.

(c) To generate reliable data and information System.

(d) To strengthen/create infrastructure facilities in Universities/Institutions/Organizations to generate manpower in the fields of Marine Science and Technology.

The Copies of the proposal with all documents must be sent to the Research Coordinator, Ocean Science and Technology Cell for the Respective area of specialization with a copy to:

The Director,
Ocean Research & Manpower Development Programme,
Government of India, Ministry of Earth Sciences,
Block 12, CGO Complex, Lodi Road, New Delhi 110003
Telephone: 011-24360865/243642278/24364182
Fax: 011-24360336/24360779).

The enquiries regarding the status of the project can be made from the Ocean Science and Technology Cell only after six months from the date of number given by OSTC along with the Project Title.

SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (DIT)-R&D Projects Funding

Promotion of research & development efforts in electronics and related fields in the country has been one of the major activities of Department of Information Technology. Accordingly, DIT has been providing financial support to projects/schemes for undertaking research/development in the areas of Information Technology, Micro-electronics, Industrial Electronics, Strategic Electronics. Materials and Components as well as applications of Electronics in various sectors.

Applications for submitting a project proposal for consideration of financial support by DIT are to be made in the prescribed FORMAT and three copies are required to be sent to the concerned contact person (as given in the list below) depending upon the area of the project proposal.

Academic institutes, Research Laboratories and industries with proven track-record in R&D may submit proposals for consideration of funding by Department of Information Technology.

Broad Areas/Thrust Areas for Project Funding

I. Convergence Communications Internet & Broadband Technology

• Mobile Wireless technology devices, network and systems

• Digital broadcasting with collocated Internet access

• Low Cost Internet access devices

• Broadband technology solutions and services

• Internet proliferation

• Development and deployment of cost-effective and relevant services in such areas as e-Governance, e-learning, telemedicine. E-entertainment with public-private partnership model, particularly in remote/rural areas

• Development of Indian languages based contents on the net using user-friendly, low cost software tools

19. Waste Management

SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTS

Waste Minimization

Waste Minimization is an appropriate strategy to address the problems of industrial pollution. The objective of the scheme is to assist the small and medium scale industries in adoption of cleaner production practices. Under the grant-in-aid scheme Industrial Pollution Abatement through Preventive Strategies, a component of “Waste Minimization in Small Scale Industries” is being implemented through National Productivity Council and other agencies. So far 118 Waste Minimization Circles have been established in 41 sectors in 17 geographic locations through out the country. The activities undertaken under this include the following:

• Establishing and running Waste Minimization Circles in clusters of Small Scale Industries.

• Capacity building in the area of Waste Minimization/Cleaner Production through training and awareness programmes.

• Waste Minimization demonstration studies in selected industrial sectors.

• Preparation of sector specific technical manuals on waste minimization.

• Preparation of compendium of success stories on cleaner production/waste minimization.

Clean Technology

Another grant-in-aid scheme on “Clean Technology” is in operation in the Ministry since 1994.

The objectives of the scheme are as follows:

(I) To develop and promote programmes for clean technologies

(II) To develop tools and techniques for pollution prevention

(III) To formulate strategies and programmes in sustainable development.

Since inception of the scheme, a number of studies have been undertaken through IITs, CSIR, NPC and other agencies. These studies include Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in key industrial sectors, Carrying Capacity (CC) studies in selected geographical regions and pollution prevention studies in important industries.

CENTRAL RURAL SANITATION PROGRAMME

TOTAL SANITATION CAMPAIGN

The main objectives of the TSC are as under:

a. Bring about an improvement in the general quality of life in the rural areas.

b. Accelerate sanitation coverage in rural areas to access to toilets to all by 2012.

c. Motivate communities and Panchayati Raj Institutions promoting sustainable sanitation facilities through awareness creation and health education.

d. In rural areas, cover schools by March 2008 and Anganwadis by March 2009, with sanitation facilities and promote hygiene education and sanitary habits among students.

e. Encourage cost effective and appropriate technologies for ecologically safe and sustainable sanitation.

f. Develop community managed environmental sanitation systems focusing on solid & liquid waste management.

Components

• Individual Household Latrines – BPL/APL
• Sanitary complex
• Toilets for schools/Balwadi/Anganwadi
• Rural Sanitary Mart
• Production Centers

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE

PILOT PROJECT FOR HOSPITAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS

The Ministry of Environment & Forests notified the “Bio-Medical Waste (Management & Handling) rules, 1998” in July, 1998.

Contact:

Directorate General of Health Services Nirman Bhawan,
New Delhi-110011.
Tel/Fax: 3014594 E-mail:ddgo@nb.nic.in

20. Women

SCHEMES OF MINISTRY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
(Department of Scientific and Industrial Research)

Technology for Submission of Project Proposals for Financial Assistance

Ministry of Science and Technology
Department of Scientific and Industrial Research
Technology Bhavan, New Mehrauli Road, New Delhi – 110 016
Telefax : 91-11-26516078, Tele : 91-11-26565329
Email : alh@alpha.nic.in, srv@alpha.nic.in

Objectives of the Programme

The objectives of the programme are:

(I) Promoting the adoption of new technologies by women.

(II) Awareness creation and training of women in various technologies.

(III) Technological upgradation of tiny, small and medium enterprises run by women entrepreneurs

(IV) Showcasing of appropriate technologies and organizing demonstration programmes for the benefit of women

Projects Eligible for Funding

DSIR under its “Technology Development and Utilization Programme for women (TDUPW)” provides assistance for those projects which are relevant to the betterment of women. In particular, the projects of the following nature are eligible for assistance:

 Studies/ surveys for the assessment of information needs of women in different walks of life.

 Documentation and content development on the following aspects:

– Women’s rights and legal provisions

– Technologies useful for subsistence production, personal care and community management including food processing, water conservation, waste disposal, maintenance of health and hygiene etc.

– Best practices in promoting economic activities by women.

– Contribution of women innovators/entrepreneurs.

– Contribution of women Scientists/Technologists working in various Scientific laboratories.

– Technologies and products beneficial to women

 Establishing Consultancy Cells for imparting technical knowledge on adoption of latest technologies.

 Awareness creation and training of women in information and computer technologies.

 Case studies of successful R&D and business women.

Schemes of Ministry of Human Resource Development

EDUCATION FOR WOMEN’ EQUALITY

1. Scheme of Assistance to Voluntary Agencies under Mahila Samakhya

Mahila Samakhya is a women’s empowerment project which not only aims at service delivery but also seeks to bring about a change in women’s perception about themselves and that of society in regard to women’s traditional roles. It endeavours to create an environment for women to seek knowledge and information in order to make informed choices and create circumstances in which women can learn at their own pace and rhythm. The centrality of education in the struggle to achieve equality is an importance focus of Mahila Samakhya.

i. Object

i. To evolve a modality of planning involving government institutions and voluntary agencies reaching out to the women in viallages in a continuous dialogue so that the educative principle is not subordinated to the desire for immediate results.

ii. To adopt an area intensive approach to integrate the existing efforts to provide formal and non-formal schooling, adult education upgradation of educational qualifications through condensed courses and vocational training.

ii. Eligibility

Educational institutions, registered societies, public trusts and non-profit making companies which are working outside the Project Districts of Mahila Samakhya would be eligible for assistance under the Scheme.

iii. Purpose of Grants

100% assistance for:-

a. Taking up well-designed fields projects for women’s empowerment and education;

b. Developments of learning material, instruction/learning aids, and other aspects of technical resource development;

c. Training;

d. Creation of educational facilities for girls and women’s education by taking up experimental/innovative programmes;

e. Evaluation and research;

f. Activities for dissemination of the outcome of experimental/innovative programmes and their adoption, including visits to experimental innovative projects, publications, documentation, etc;

2. Other Schemes

1. Scheme for Re-finance to Urban Co-Operative Banks/Mahila Co-Operative Banks.

2. Setting up of Employment-Cum-Income Generating Unit (NORAD)

3. Support to training & Employment for women (STEP)

4. Swayamsidha (IWEP)

5. Scheme of Assistance For the Construction/Expanstion of Hostel Building For Working Women With A Day Care Centre.

Address: Depart. Of Women & Child Development Govt. Of India, Shastri Bhawan, New Delhi.

6. Nutrition Education & Training Through Community Food & Nutrition Extension Units (CFNEUS).

7. Scheme of Assistance To Educational Work For Prevention of Atrocities On Women.

8. Scheme of Organizational Assistance to Voluntary Organisation For Women & Child Development.

9. General Grant-In-Aid Scheme For Assistance to Voluntary Organisation In the Field of Women & Child Development.

10. Scheme on Community Based Production of Nutritious Foods.

11. Scheme of Assistance To Voluntary Agencies For Early Childhood Education For 3-6 Age Group Children Under the programme of Universalisation of Elementary Education.

Contact:

The Under Secretary (Voluntary Agencies)
Deptt. Of Education,
Ministry of Human Resources Development
C Wing, Shashtri Bhawan, New Delhi-110001

Abbreviations used:

R & D: Research & Development
S & T: Science & Technology

30 Comments

30 Comments

  1. manav shikshan sewa sansthan

    April 26, 2014 at 10:16 pm

    MANAV SHIKSHAN SEWA SANSTHAN. ADMN.OFF:VPO-BARAULI(KHANDASA)DISTT.FAIZABAD-224153(U.P.)INDIA MAIN FUNCTIONS:EDUCATIONS AND SOCIAL SERVICES AND OTHERS SERVICES ASPER GUIDELINE BY GOVT. MOB:+919416639571,9968118763,9410637547,9473911275, TELEFAX:+91-5270-218100, EMAIL:msssfz@gmail.com or manavshikshansewasansthan@gmail.com

  2. Darshanchandra. N. Pathak

    June 18, 2014 at 4:55 pm

    Sir; N.G.O. has its own aim for for which its prepare. The donor or government should co-operate.But due to orthodox system of grant and fund;N.G.O. is unable run.N.G.O. has to give preference to basic needs of village people not work give preference to the format of grant or fund.No infrastructure up to village so poor village people are needy of science and technical technology.We have to stay with them for giving global knowledge.The Government and Donor are unable reach up last people of country; but N.G.O. can.N.G.O. work is start from last person of country. Government means elected Members+Employees.Generally its found ” elected Member has no vision for poor people and employee has to work under the rules. Thus N.G.O. is unable to move though it has vision and way for how to remove poverty.violence and hospital.

  3. GOBARDANGA HAIDADPUR ASHAR ALO SEBA SAMITY

    October 7, 2015 at 11:32 am

    We need the any Govt. Project, Please help us.

  4. premanand, assam

    October 12, 2015 at 4:14 pm

    I want 2 work 4 rural women n child from pregnancy to 5 yrs with the concept of abhimanyu of mahabharata as research project, pl guide .

  5. laxmi kanta nanda shrma

    November 5, 2015 at 10:05 pm

    We need the any Govt. Project, Please help us.

  6. G.ravichandran karur district best youth awardee

    November 10, 2015 at 11:03 am

    Comment need guide line how to apply ngo

  7. We need the Govt. Project, Please help us.

  8. Krishi aru udyog unnayan samittee(NGO) SEC ABU SAYED ALI

    December 16, 2015 at 5:14 am

    Sir ngos are running in village level so we can know the funds offer by govt. And donors no reaching the last people of the society. So i think the funds are offer to public through NGOs.

  9. Pritam Thawre

    December 25, 2015 at 12:47 am

    Good works all the best

  10. ANASUYA SIBBALA

    December 25, 2015 at 12:10 pm

    Sir Raral Urban Poor people Welfare Society(RUPPWS) are running in village level so we can know the funds offer by govt. And donors no reaching the last people of the society. i am started old age & poor students residential training center in punganur,chittoor dt a.p,

  11. ANASUYA SIBBALA ()PRESIDENT)

    December 26, 2015 at 5:05 pm

    Sir ngos are running old age home & poor students residential training centre,in village level so we can know the funds offer by govt. And donors no reaching the last people of the society. So i think the funds are offer to public through NGOs.()RURAL AND URBAN POOR PEOPLE WELFARE SOCIETY)

  12. jijju j

    March 6, 2016 at 3:17 pm

    Sir we planning to open Orphanage in Bangalore we are facing financial problems if any suoprt avaliable from government or if any loans available for this please help us.

  13. MOONLIT RUST

    March 13, 2016 at 8:39 am

    This web page is good . But we were applied for so many programmes.but we did not get the assistance from government. why

  14. Abhay N

    Abhay N

    March 20, 2016 at 2:57 pm

    The government favors NGO’s which are affiliated to Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh and Vishwa Hindu Parishad. If you want to get funds from the government get involved with these two cultural organizations and you will get funding easily.

  15. Abhay N

    Abhay N

    March 20, 2016 at 3:11 pm

    Please visit the website of the Ministry of Human Resource development to see if you can get scholarships for your students so that they can complete their school education.

    http://mhrd.gov.in/scholarships-education-loan

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  17. Jalpaiguri Inspire

    April 6, 2016 at 11:13 pm

    Sir we don’t have sufficient fund for our NGO what to do for free schooling .

  18. ARCHANA GAJBHIYE

    April 17, 2016 at 10:15 pm

    Plz help our NGO and guidance for any government project to rural, urban area…..

  19. Bhau Damle

    May 27, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    I want to do work with your projects.

  20. Bidroha Kumar Mittra Secretary Vivekananda Institute of Sports And Culture

    June 1, 2016 at 3:50 pm

    Vivekananda Institute of Sports And Culture is doing their best for the development of sports and cultural activities in weaker section of the society with their own source.How we do better and from where we will get the fund.?

  21. Dr. Palleti Sreenivasulu Reddy

    June 7, 2016 at 4:36 pm

    Sir I completed my Ph.D in physics. I have very much interest in designing a wind mill. So please help me. How can I get project.

  22. Dr.Deepti

    June 10, 2016 at 11:41 am

    how to get project

  23. B. R. Damle

    June 26, 2016 at 9:37 am

    Really appreciate your schemes. Which is helpful for need people in lndia.

  24. prakash chitalkar

    June 29, 2016 at 6:00 am

    guidance for any NGO about new project please contact me-9822960817

  25. Babulal Bairagi

    July 22, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Please,Guide to get funding for the project.

  26. Sir/Madam we need the any Govt. CSR Projects, our expariance in field last 12 years like Health, Sanitation, Education, Childlabour, Forest & Environments, Vocational training etc Please help us.

  27. Susanta Sarkar

    August 26, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    We wish to do health care project on the children for their bright future . I think that children are the army of our nations.They make our county prosperous. So that everyone should take care of them.
    I also think that the children are future of our country. Therefore all concerned are cordially requested to kindly provide aforementioned project our human rights organization Named and Title ‘AMNESTY INDIA, Registered office, at 336/F/1. N. S. Road. Kolkata-700131

  28. jenis

    September 17, 2016 at 11:40 am

    Dear Friends,
    We are start up NGO named Action for community empowerment and advocacy for social justice registered on this month only. We are looking for a grant/ fund for growing our operations.
    Please Suggest.
    Thanks

  29. Kuldeep Singh

    September 26, 2016 at 2:24 pm

    Dear Friend
    We need any project for NGO Please help us

  30. Dr Shyam Sundar Das

    September 28, 2016 at 10:34 am

    Ours is Forest Protection Apex Committee organised since 1993 a registered one. working in rural area.please inform sources of grants.

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