Divya Disha

Divya Disha is a Non Government Organization working for the children and young people since 1987  Divya Disha began working with children and young people since 1987. This was started by a group of young dynamic people, who wanted to reach out to the children and young people, in need of care and protection.

Divya Disha is a Non Governmental independent association, with no political or religious affiliations and with the mandate to improve the lives of children and young people in Hyderabad.

Divya Disha is actively working for the children in various districts of Telangana State and Andhra Pradesh


127/D/3, Sarojini Devi Road,
Near Mahadeva Nursing Home Lane,
Secunderabad-500 003,
Andra Pradesh, India,

Website: www.divyadisha.org


Ward No-8, Near Law Collage,
Hatimata. P.O & Dist. kokrajhar,
Bodoland, B.T.C (Assam) Pin -783370

Website: www.nerswn.org

The Northeast Research and Social Work Networking (NERSWN), Kokrajhar, is one of the responsive voluntary organization in the region. The organization is registered under Section XXI of Society Registration Act of 1860, FCRA 1976 and Section 12A of IT Act 1961. The organization was conceived by a group of young people which was known as “BRANSTHU” in the month of December 2004 and was registered as society in the month of June 2005. Presently, organization is operating from its Head Quarter at Kokrajhar with its project offices at Gossaigaon and Kazigaon which are two other sub-divisions headquarter in the district of Kokrajhar. Currently, the organization is working mainly in the Bodoland region of Assam with excluded group of people from the developmental discourse to realize the sustainable development and creating equitable opportunities.

Life Education and Development Support (LEADS)

“Life Education and Development Support” (LEADS) is a trust established by a committed group of professionals on 14th Dec. 2004 for development and empowerment of poor and unorganized people of rural area and urban slums. LEADS is committed to provide promotional services like training on various issues and participatory approach of development, consultancy, monitoring and evaluation on behalf of resource agencies to development sector. The organisation was formally registered on 14th Dec. 2005 to give more focus on realization of its vision. LEADS is focusing on empowerment of ST, SC women and development of children besides other backward caste and marginalized communities of the society. The organisation has been focusing on issues like: Livelihood Promotion, Educating children and ensuring their fundamental rights, promoting local self governance, agricultural practices, natural resource promotion etc since its inception through local contribution and later on support from donor agencies. The organization is committed for realizing following vision and mission in its referral community.


Behind Old Sadar Thana,
Tiril Road, Kokar, Ranchi-834001

Website: www.leadsindiajh.org


Circular Road, Deoghar,
Jharkhand (India)

Website: www.needsngo.in

Network for Enterprise Enhancement and Development Support (NEEDS)

Established in late 1998 as trust, NEEDS [Network for Enterprise Enhancement and Development Support] have started intervention in selected poverty stricken pockets of Bihar and Jharkhand and brought about a significant change in the life of women and children in terms of food security, sustainable livelihood and overall empowerment of the participating community. Micro enterprises like creating irrigated cropping round the year, developing maize, beans clusters, poultry clusters, vermi compost producer villages, establishing multi tire cropping systems, enhancing rice productivity by 4 fold are significant changes that are visible.
Inclusion strategies are put in forefront, gender issues are incorporated and digital divide has been addressed as empowerment indicators in the program of NEEDS. The technology modulation center established in one of the block is to conduct R&D in technical and social enterprising is contributing largely to our program success. We are conducting volunteering and leadership programs among young youths known as master trainers and service providers and engaging them with community is a successful model of NEEDS in supporting community particularly of tribal women segments and to bring about knowledge/ skill sustenance at community level.

Youth Council for Development Alternatives (YCDA)

Youth Council for Development Alternatives (YCDA) a Non – Government Organization established in the year 1993 with the objective to bring sustainable change in the socio-economic condition of disadvantaged and oppressed masses in the community with a group of experienced and trained social workers on different subjects. The head office of the organization is situated at village Baunsuni of Boudh district; Orissa and all organizational affairs are being carried out from the head office itself. For the smooth management of the programmes cluster offices and project offices are set up at field level.
The major thrust of the organization is to initiate field-based intervention focusing on the issues of primary education, community health care and livelihood support system. In macro level, networking with like-minded groups, organizing training, workshops to highlight various issues and undertake advocacy measures are the key interventions.


Baunsuni, Tikarpada Road,
Boundh-76201.5  Odisha

Website: www.ycdaindia.org


Sirtol, Behind Kendu Leaf Godown
Infornt of Gyan Singh house,
PO/Dist: Nuapada, PIN 766105, Orissa.

Website: www.ashaindia.in/

ASHA: (Odisha)

Association for Social and Health Advancement (ASHA) is a non-profit, non-political, non-governmental organization which has been working to improve the socio-economic and health status of disadvantaged communities since its inception in 1997.

ASHA: (Chattisgarh)

Association for Social and Health Advancement (ASHA) is a non-profit, non-political, non-governmental organization which has been working to improve the socio-economic and health status of disadvantaged communities since its inception in 1997.


BE 135, Sector -1, Salt Lake city,
Kolkata -700 064

Website: www.ashaindia.in/


Rajagri College of Social Science,
Rajagiri, PO Kalmassery,
Cochin – 683104, Kerala.

Website: www.rajagirioutreach.org


RAJAGIRI Outreach as seen now was first started as a neighborhood social work programme by the students of the social work education. Now we are grown up to the level of a Non Governmental Organization having tie ups with International Organizations including UN bodies, Central as well as State Government Ministries/Departments, Local Self Governments, Corporate, Foundations/Trusts and Educational Institutions. At present we have activities in all parts of Kerala having full-fledged offices Kalpetta, Malappuram, Thrissur, Ernakulam, Kakkanad.


Prayatn’s vision is a just society in which men and women are equal. We believe that each and every person-irrespective of their sex, age, race, colour, class and religion should have a life of freedom, dignity and opportunity in which they enjoy all their human rights.

In pursuit of this vision Prayatn works to enable people facing inequality and injustice to help themselves. We aim to strengthen ties in local communities so that people can work together to bring about positive changes in their lives. We particularly encourage women to participate in this process, as they are the most marginalized, downtrodden and powerless social group in India.


68/262, Pratap Nagar, Sector-6,
Sanganer, Jaipur-302033. Rajasthan

Website: www.prayatn.org


Gurukunj Mozari,
Ta. TEOSA, Dt. Amrawati,
Maharashtra India, Pin-444 902.

Website: www.apekshasociety.org

Apeksha Homeo Society

Apeksha Homoeo Society (AHS) that was established in 1980 as a grassroots NGO in Teosa block of Maharashtra’s Amravati district has grown from a small team of dedicated social activists to a large group of professionals with multi-dimensional skills. It has now spread its glorious network in the entire district of Amravati and some pockets of Akola, Washim and Wardha districts of Maharashtra. Apeksha Homoeo Society works mainly with the children who are deprived of their rights in the society. AHS strongly believes in child participation i.e. children’s right to participate in making decisions that affect their lives. The issues covered by AHS intervention include rural sanitation, eradicating superstitions, promoting Right to free and compulsory education, empowering children and women, general and reproductive health, microfinance activities, providing support to distress farmers. The organization is committed to the ideal sustainability and believes in organizing the poor to ensure their participation and democratic leadership within the communities.

Sangli Mission Society

Sangli Mission Society is a NGO registered under both Societies Registration Act 1860 and under Bombay Public Trust Act 1950 as a charitable trust. Mission of SMS is enabling the sustainable development of humanity through empowering the less privileged, exploited and marginalized sections of the society. The service areas of SMS comprises of four districts those are Sangli, Kolhapur, Ratnagiri and Sindhudurg of Mahrashtra. It is the firm conviction of the Sangli Mission Society that the best way to serve the humanity, especially the weaker sections, the exploited and marginalized ones of the society is by educating and empowering them. SMS works closely with women and children addressing issues like health, education with an integrated development approach.


Sant Thojma Bhavan,
Raman Mala, Kolhapur -416003
Maharastra, India.

Website: www.sanglimissionsociety.org


31 A Kalyani Nagar,Anandvali Shivar,
Gangapur Road, Nashik -4 22 013, India.

Website: www.abhivyakti.org.in

Abhivyakti Media for Development

Abhivyakti has been facilitating media and communication towards sustainable development since 1987. It is located in Nashik, India. The organisation’s mission is to strengthen citizenship, local governance and social justice by enhancing the media and communication resources of NGOs and grassroots communities. Abhivyakti believes that critical and creative communities are possible to challenge the hegemony of the singular world-view. Abhivyakti works to strengthen the processes that develop, enhance and deepen the emergence of critical and creative communities at the grassroots and which rejuvenate grassroots leadership, democracy and social justice.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][vc_column_text]

Aamhi Amchya Aarogyasathi

Vision of Amhi Amchya Arogyasathi is well fostered and healthy society, free from exploitation in which every individual can get equal opportunity for self development in the potentials, and can exercise rights for a dignified life, with access and control over resources. Inspired by Gandhian heir Vinoba Bhaveji’s perspective, Mr. Gogulwar the founder of the organization formed this organization called Amhi Amchya Arogyasaathi (AAA, we for our health). The core thrust areas of the organization are livelihood, sanitation, easy access to clean water, education, women empowerment, youth participation etc. The organization has been working in the district of Gadhchiroli of Maharashtra State since 1984.


Post Tal. Kurkheda,
Dist. Gadchiroli. Pin-441209.

Website: www.arogyasathi.org


13/98, Unnat Nagar Division Coop,
Housing Society, Near Shabari Hotel,
M G Road Goregaon (W), Mumabi 400 062

Website: www.vspindia.org

Vikas Sahyog Prathishthan

Vikas Sahyog Pratishthan (Development Collaboration Foundation, VSP) is a collective of 15 grassroots organizations and individuals that are primarily working on the development issues of the poor and deprived sections of society in Maharashtra State.
Livelihood and dignity are the basic concern of deprived communities thus VSP and its members are working with a long term perspective to qualitative expand and deepen the political and socio-economic space for the marginalized communities. The constituent members are working with different communities from Tribal, Dalit, Nomads, De-notified tribes, Landless farmers, marginalized landholders, agriculture laborers and other such groups. It is a value based collective upholding the principles of transparency, accountability, participatory working and decentralized decision making. The actions are planned out in consultations with members and their participation in sought in implementation and reviewing the activities.