NGO of the month

Anudip Foundation

Anudip Foundation, through its 100 centres across 16 states and its efforts in the literacy space has impacted more than 100,000+ youth and women from marginalized communities or under developed locations. The global certification programmes offered by them range from basic digital literacy, financial literacy, work place English communication and readiness to coding. We applaud Anudip's efforts in bringing small town India into the digital fold!

Here is a case study on Anudip Foundation!

 

 

Digital Green

Digital Green is an NPO that weilds technology and grass-root level partnerships to impact the lives of small holder farmers - empowering them to rise out of poverty. The NPO has worked with governments in over 15,200 villages across India and over 20 countries in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa and has touched the lives of over 1.8 million smallholder farmers in India alone, 90% of whom are women!

 

January, 2020
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Quest Alliance

Quest Alliance is a non profit that wields technology for quality education and skill training in India! With over 10,00,000 youth and educators already in its fold, it aims to reach 4 million learners by 2023!

Here's the interview of Mr. Aakash Sethi, CEO, Quest Alliance.

 

December, 2019
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Sampark Foundation

Sampark Foundation, spearheaded by Vineet and Anupama Nayar is transforming learning outcomes for seven million children studying in 76,000 schools in Uttarakhand, Chhattisgarh, Himachal Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Jharkhand. This makes it one of the world’s largest primary school transformation initiatives spearheaded by a foundation.

Here's a case study on Sampark Foundation

Red Dot Foundation

Red Dot Foundation is an NPO that is dedicated to reducing incidents of sexual violence against women. It's online platform, Safecity, crowdsources personal stories of sexual harassment in public spaces. It has already collected over 12000 stories from over 50 cities in India, Kenya, Cameroon and Nepal.The data from this platform goes on to help individuals and the local administration work out strategies to make public places safer by improving policing, lighting and infrastructure. We applaud the efforts of Red Dot Foiundation in making cities safer for women!

Here's the interview of Ms. ElsaMarie D'Silva, the founder of the NPO.

October, 2019
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Hear2Read

Hear2Read is an initiaive aimed at improving the lives of the visually impared! The Heard2Read app enables its user to read-without-seeing using its Text To Speech Software (TTS). This app has been recorded to be used by approximately 4000 visually impared inidividuals everyday! Hear2Read is a fine example of how technology can be used for impact!

Here's the interview of Mr. Suresh Bazaj, the man behind this initiative!

iDream Education

iDream Education uses mobile and tablets in facilitating interactive learning across classrooms in India! Their vision is to deliver mobile and tablet-based learning and skill development to every student they reach, in turn setting an equal growth opportunity, across otherwise different learning environments.

Read how Operation Asha is changing lives 

Operation Asha
Operation Asha is an NGO dedicated to the treatment of Tuberculosis in impoverished urban slums and rural villages of India and Cambodia through tech. They are one of the largest NGOs operating in this domain on a worldwide record with over 8.5 million people reached! These efforts earned them the 67th rank among top 500 NGOs in the world in 2016!
 
Sounds of Silence
Sounds of Silence is an initiative that empowers hearing impaired individuals to communicate better with technology. They focus on skill training and providing employment opportunities to their hearing-impaired beneficiaries. SOS is a great example of how technology can change lives for the better!
 
Janaagraha
Janaagraha is an NGO that works with citizens and the Government as a catalyst that enables civic participation from grassroots up and governance reforms from the top down. They are resolute in driving their operations towards a better quality of life in urban India.
 

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