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A non-profit organisation setup to help underprivileged women and children in India. Information about their charitable activies, and volunteer services. Based in Washington, USA.
Operates orphan children's and old-age homes in India. Project and involvement information, background, photo gallery, and statistics provided.
Organisation collecting sponsorship and donations online to help victims of natural disasters.
Indian organization set up in 1979, to provide relief to underpriviledged Indian children. The organization supports child and women development initiatives all over India.
NGO organisationin in Kerala dedicated to child welfare.
A non-profit, public charitable trust that supports development oriented organisations working for the disadvantaged. Information about projects and NGO's supported, success stories, and donors. Includes a greeting cards shop.
Works for the poor cancer patients and gives them direct financial aid, and psychological support.
Provides healthcare to the less privileged with its main focus on leprosy control. Information about its projects, objectives, staff, and campaigns.
Rehabilitation centre located in Delhi for the destitute, providing shelter and education for street children.
provides a platform for individuals and not-for-profit organisations to come together for mutual benefit and online donation.
A non-profit organization providing non-formal education to poor children and distributing medicines. Details of activities.
HEAL is a non-profit registered charity helping orphaned children in India.
The activities and projects of the NGO providing treatment of leprosy. Includes information about the disease.
A registered NGO working for the cause of leprosy afflicted patients in India.
Works mainly for deprived and under-privileged children. Provides information about its objectives, and the global conference on children.