Non Government Organisations in Assam

Jorhat NGOs

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

Prakriti Save Nature, Jorhat

Add: Opp. N.R.L Petrol Pump, A.T. Road
Jorhat
Pin: 785001
Assam
Contact Person: Samir Ranjan Bordoloi
Purpose: Agriculture, environment, socio-economic development.
Aim/Objective/Mission: Prakriti Save Nature is a registered society that works for sustainable agricultural practices, promotes organic farming, works to save the environment, saves the indegeneous varieties of seeds, works for clean water and rainwater harvesting and improves the socio-economic condition of the farm families through sustainable agricultural practices.
Website:http://assam.ngosindia.com/prakriti-save-nature-jorhat
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ANUBHUTI, Jorhat

Add: Kakojan Arondhara, Jorhat
Jorhat
Pin: 785107
Assam
Contact Person: Lakshi Borah
Purpose: Criative activity and art awareness among childern in rural area.
Aim/Objective/Mission: With my due respect, I take the opportunity to inform you that Anubhuti- the aesthetics journey – is a cultural club of Kakojan, dist. Jorhat, an approved club of confederation of UNESCO Club Association of India. The club is formed by a group of qualified cultural graduates to promote cultural activities and awareness among the children and the youth of the rural area. The club is working with following subjects visual art, dramatic art, dance and music in both indigenous and contemporary level. We are also trying to documenting the folk culture. Now I want to request you if you organize any program for children i.e. exhibition and writing competition etc. then kindly inform us about that for our students to participate on it. We’ll like to give it wider publicity in our area to find a greater exposes of our children in international level.
Website:http://assam.ngosindia.com/anubhuti-jorhat
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COLOURS, Jorhat

Add: Shoppers Point, New Balibat
Jorhat
Pin: 785001
Assam
Contact Person: Mrim Kattyayan
Purpose: Social cultural activities.
Aim/Objective/Mission: To provide help to neglected villagers especially awareness.
Website: http://www.coloursindia.com
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Impact, N.E.

Add: Kamalabari, Majuli
Jorhat
Pin: 785106
Assam
Contact Person: Amal Goswami
Purpose: Education, environment, culture, health.
Aim/Objective/Mission: Think for nature and work for society. The long term vission is the sustainable socio-economic development of the poor and under priviliged people. To strengthen the under privileged community and women by empowering them so that the fruits of development could be shared by all. To bring a new meaning of life to the common people through different educational, environmental cultural, good health and work practices for community development based on the principle of think for nature and work for society through education, good health and thinking for nature. To achieve our objectives through dedicated, committed and competent team-work by utilising the unutilised and under utilised resources. To enhance the human resources through different trainings and orientation programmes which will lead to community mobilization to ensure mass participation sector wise. To commit and build impact-ne as society which is based on social values and to work as media for the poor, underprivileged and vulnerable section of our society for their upliftment of life.
Website:http://assam.ngosindia.com/impact-n-e
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North East Affected Area Development Society, Jorhat

Add: Dhekiakhowa, Lahdoigarh
Jorhat
Pin: 785107
Assam
Contact Person: Mrudul Duarah
Purpose: Sustainable development, tribal issues.
Aim/Objective/Mission: NEADS fights exploitation and works to make the tribals of north-east economically, politically and educationally developed. It works to empower the poorest suffering from natural disasters and the ill effects of urbanization. It encourages sustainable development by helping people participate actively in crucial issues that affect them.
Website:http://assam.ngosindia.com/north-east-affected-area-development-society-jorhat
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