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SEEDS - Cyclone Yaas

Help those worst affected by Cyclone Yaas

Cyclone Yaas, the second cyclone of 2021, struck Odisha and parts of West Bengal at a speed of 150 kmph, risking countless lives and livelihoods. Categorised as a very severe cyclonic storm, it has had a devastating impact leaving many with increased suffering while in the midst of the ongoing pandemic. SEEDS is responding to...

Give a child a safe place to learn and grow

Sevalaya's Swami Vivekananda Boys Home and Mother Teresa Girls Home for destitute boys and girls provide shelter for orphans, poor and destitute boys and girls. Nutritious food, clothing shelter, good education and medical aid are provided to all these children. The family background of the children is verified when they are brought to Sevalaya for...

Make Diwali special for some with #WBTyoharkaTohfa

Delhi-based NGO Wishes and Blessings has initiated the project #WBTyoharkaTohfa to brighten up the festive season for daily wagers, the elderly abandoned and destitute communities, commercial sex workers and their families. #WBTyoharkaTohfa Under this festive initiative, 500 underprivileged families across Delhi/NCR, Jharkhand and West Bengal will receive ration kits as well as a special box of...

Pledge a period

Bollywood actors Tabu, R Madhavan, Shilpa Shetty, Rohit Roy and other celebrities are coming together to “Pledge a Period” and raise awareness about the stigmatized topic of menstrual hygiene. They are lending their support to the new campaign by Myna Mahila Foundation, a charity Meghan Markle went to on her visit to India. This...

Right to Play

Under the project Right to Play, Roots Foundation's endeavour is to ensure that every child in the National Capital Region who desires to play football – be it professionally or simply for leisure – is given a chance and adequate infrastructure. The management team has pioneered the setting up of prominent football academies in...

Educate in times of COVID-19

Amidst the current pandemic which has left many people feeling lost and confused, Agastya is working on developing modules to educate people on COVID-19. In a shining example of the innovative methods promoted by Agastya, two instructors Pandurang and Balaji converted a cowshed into a classroom when they could not conduct classes in their...

Feed Voiceless Street Animals

While we are sitting comfortably in our houses and getting at least two meals a day, thousands of stray animals have almost nothing to eat since the lockdown was imposed. They are surviving on whatever little trash they can find, even the people who care for them can’t step out to feed them regularly....

Smiles And Healthy Lives For Girls – Indian Dreams Foundation

Millions of women and girls face barriers to equality because of taboos and a lack of education surrounding menstruation and sexual health. To overcome the issues, Indian Dreams Foundation (IDF) has embarked a project called “SMILEY DAYS” in September 2016 It employs a four-fold strategy aiming to: Educate girls, adolescents and young women in biology...

Affordable Healthcare For All – RHCF

There is a severe dearth of healthcare facilities in rural India. Despite accounting for more than 68% of the population, only about 3% of healthcare professionals practice there. To solve this, Rural Health Care Foundation (RHCF) has been running out-patient primary medical care centres in areas of West Bengal deprived of proper healthcare facilities...

Battling Educational Inequity – Teach For India

Eshwar grew up in a small town 90 kilometres outside of Bangalore. The son of a farmer, he was the first in his family to graduate and attend college. His parents were ecstatic and hopeful. He spent the next six years of his life at IBM, getting promoted along the way. The newfound security...
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Yasminee’s Shelter Home for the Homeless

The small heroic acts that people perform in their limited capacities are more inspirational and have power to create a bigger impact than the big radical ideas of changing the society. The 2004 Tsunami took away Yasminee's home in Port Blair and left her single mother struggling financially. Yasminee was only 17 when she...
Project MHU - HelpAge India

MOBILE HEALTHCARE UNIT (MHU) PROJECT

HelpAge India is a national level secular, apolitical, non-profit and non-government organization working for the cause and care of disadvantaged older persons. One of the important programs of the organisation is Mobile Healthcare Unit (MHU) Running since 1982, the program operates 174 Mobile Healthcare Units (MHUs) in 25 states and 139 districts covering more than...

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