GlobalGiving is a nonprofit that supports other nonprofits by connecting them to donors and companies. Since 2002, we’ve helped trusted, community-led organizations from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe (and hundreds of places in between) access the tools, training, and support they need to make our world a better place.
Rotary in India through “Rotary India Literacy Mission” has embarked upon one of the most comprehensive programs on Total Literacy and Quality Education. This mission wishes to achieve the literacy goals through its comprehensive program called T-E-A-C-H. Understanding the enormity of the task, we have decided to adopt, in implementing T-E-A-C-H, a strategy of meaningful co-operation with all actors in the field, by forging strong partnerships with the Government, Corporate, National/ State specific Non-Governmental Organizations as well as international organizations working in various segments of this country wide endeavor.
In India, the school dropout rate has been quite high, the percentage of skilled population has been very low and the migration rate has been ever on the increase. Poverty remains a chronic condition for almost 30 per cent of India’s rural population especially members of scheduled castes, tribes and other excluded communities in the country’s rural areas. The unskilled nature of the human resources available in the cities, the increasing demand for skilled labour and the high living standards in the urban areas have made the lives of the migrated poor and the marginalised groups more vulnerable.
In a country that is home to the world’s second-largest population, when one of its largest enterprises providentially happens to be a philanthropic organisation, it raises hopes for a promising and sustainable future. For people across the country, the Tata Trusts symbolise humanitarianism and personify the prodigious force that advances new frontiers of social and economic development.
CAPART was formed by amalgamating two agencies the ‘Council for Advancement of Rural Technology’(CART) and ‘People`s Action for Development India’ (PAD). CAPART is an autonomous body registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860, and is functioning under the agencies of the Ministry of Rural Development, Government of India. Today, this agency is a major promoter of rural development in India, assisting over12,000 voluntary organizations across the country in implementing a wide range of development initiatives.
Jiv Daya Foundation
Dr. Vinay Jain and his wife, Mrs. Kanika Jain, created Jiv Daya Foundation in 2002 with the mission of improving the quality of life of people around the world. We carry out our mission through both our India based projects and local, Dallas based initiatives. Our India based projects include our primary healthcare projects in pediatric oncology, palliative care, maternal health, amputee assistance, and eye care. Our local giving initiative, STEP, bridges the gap between under-resourced schools and technology access to transform the education landscape for elementary students in Dallas ISD.
Astha is a Hindi word, and means “Faith”. We have Faith in the people, in their abilities, strengths and knowledge. Astha believes that these capabilities are being suppressed by the dominant forces, and the result is that people themselves don’t recognize their inherent capabilities. With this “deep faith” and “conviction” in the strength of the people and their capacities, Astha was formed in 1986 and was registered as a Society, under Society Registration Act.
The Centre for Community Economics and Development Consultants Society (CECOEDECON) is one of Rajasthan’s leading civil society organizations. It’s early footprints in the area of disaster relief have eventually progressed into imprinting its presence in more than 15 districts across the states of Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The organization has evolved, from a needs-based approach to rights-based approach, into a civil society organization focusing on economic justice, livelihood security, basic rights, institution development and civil society building, underpinned by integrated participatory development.
GOVERNMENT OF RAJASTHAN
The Department of local self Government is the controlling Department of all municipalities for all administrative purposes. It also performs monitoring and co-ordination function at the state level for all the 187 municipal bodies of the state.