Non Government Organisations in Assam

Assam NGOs

Non Governmental organisations (NGOs), Non Profit organisations (NPOs), Social Organisations, Voluntary Organisations, Swayam Sewi Sansthan – NGO in Assam

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Society for Promotion of School Health, Guwahati

Add: 12, Neelam Path, Hathigarh Chariali, Zoo Narangi Road
Guwahati
Pin: 781024
Assam
Contact Person: Dr. Shantonu Kr. Das
Purpose: Promotion of school health.
Aim/Objective/Mission: To bring in a standerdised school health program in the schools which caters to the childrens and adolecent health requirement.
Website: http://www.projectchild.co.in
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AROHON, Goalpara

Add: S.S. Road, Goalpara
Goalpara
Pin: 783101
Assam
Contact Person: Gakul Ch Dev Goswami
Purpose: Public Service
Aim/Objective/Mission: Our vision a society where every individual is enabled to explore and express her/his innate potential. Our mission the mission of Arohon is to provide sustainable solutions to the problems of the most vulnerable members of society, with a focus on self-sufficiency through appropriate use of resources at their disposal. Aims and objectives create, support and encourage people’s initiatives in community development in rural areas of Assam. Facilitate an environment for women’s self-development. Sensitize the common people about problems associated with flood and to undertake disaster management activities related to flood. Undertake activities to develop people’s awareness for environmental protection, wet land management, ecosystem conservation. Develop a resource/data base for dissemination of information to the stakeholders. Promote the concept of co-living with flood. Promote the sports activities among the youth of the rural Assam.
Website:http://assam.ngosindia.com/arohon-goalpara
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North East Netowrk, Guwahati

Add: J.N. Borooah Lane, Jorpukhuri
Guwahati
Pin: 781001
Assam
Contact Person: Monisha Behal
Purpose: Livelihood, health, environment.
Aim/Objective/Mission: Ever since its inception in 1995, NEN’s goal has been to empower women of the region around issues of livelihood, reproductive health, the environment, and to ensure that there is a change in the region’s development perspectives from needs to rights. Create young development activists in NE; create wide scale advocacy for peace initiatives at local, national and international level; organise NE women’s organisations to discuss and act upon food security, livelihood with special focus on health and human rights.
Website: http://www.northeastnetwork.org
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