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Voice Of Slum Fund


This is the common fund for a collection of Indian NGOs that support Impoverished children in their Food, Education, and Employment needs. These NGOs are from Uttarakhand, Mumbai, Goa, Bangalore, Delhi, Pondicherry and Madurai. I have added the NGOs' names along with their site links for detailed information below.

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Aasraa Trust

Aasraa has a vision of life with dignity for children from the streets and slums of Dehradun. The cycle of poverty that governs their lives needs to be broken. We believe that the outside intervention needed to break this cycle is education and vocational training combined with healthcare and nutrition.

Ashwini Charitable Trust

Ashwini Charitable Trust (ACT) educates and empowers underprivileged children from urban slums in Bangalore and supports them till they are gainfully employed.

SNEHA (Society for Nutrition Education and Health Action)

SNEHA (Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action) is a secular, Mumbai based non-profit organization.
SNEHA works across 4 large public health areas, seeking to improve the health and nutrition of women and children, living in the most vulnerable urban informal settlements:
(a) Maternal and Newborn Health
(b) Child Health and Nutrition
(c) Adolescent Health and Gender Equity
(d) Gender-based Violence against Women and Children

El Shaddai Charitable Trust

El Shaddai Charitable Trust is an ISO certiļ¬ed NGO in Goa, with several projects in the areas of education, child protection, women empowerment and advocacy for the rights of children, especially the marginalised and those from the streets and orphans in Goa.

Prime Educational and Social Trust

Prime Trust seeks to bring about social transformation by empowering women in order to become economically-independent, educating underprivileged children to become future leaders in society and engaging citizens to build awareness around important social issues.

Udayan Care

Starting with the establishment of just one small family home (Ghar) for orphaned and abandoned children in Sant Nagar, Delhi in 1996, Udayan Care has spread its work for disadvantaged groups during the last 29 years by establishing more family homes, helping girls' education, providing vocational training etc. To date, Udayan Care has nurtured over 38,000 young minds.


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