One-time funding for a project in a Bombay slum
|2||Gandhian Institute Of Rural Development|
Rural reconstruction and self-reliance in the Gandhian Gram Swarajya model in 3 Manipur villages.
Gnana Deepam, school for mentally challenged children, identifies children from low income families and imparts free training to make every child self-reliant and reduce the burden for their parents.
This project aims to support GRAMMANGAL organization in it's education programme for tribal children.
|5||Nirmaan Organization - Nirmaan Vidya Helpline|
The proposal is to support three key projects of Nirmaan Vidya HelpLine – the Career Guidance HelpLine, Career Counselling workshops and Career Saathi Program. About 7,000 students would be benefitted with the current proposal.
|6||Rani Kajal Jeevanshala School|
School for about 60-70 children of tribals in Kakrana village, run by villagers themselves, children aged 6-14.
|7||SGBS Unnati Foundation|
Unnati organization has been working towards transforming the underprivileged, unemployable and below poverty level youth and making them economically independent. Asha Madison chapter is looking at ways to support the youth training program.
A school for girls in Sonkibhat village run by Dr Brahmanand Mishra
|9||Swami Brahmananda Trust|
One-time funding of $350 in 1995.
|10||The Concerned for Working Children - Namma Bhoomi|
Namma Bhoomi, CWC's Regional Resource Centre in Kundapur, Karnataka. Namma Bhoomi works towards the empowerment of children from very marginalised communities, through formal and vocational educational programmes as well empowement education.
|11||Udayan Shalini Fellowship|
Udayan Shalini Fellowship Programme supports girls from lower socio-economic milieu in Delhi, Kurukshetra and West Bengal by providing monetary as well as mentoring support