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Sapna

location: New DelhiDelhi

Donation Option Amount INR Actions
Support a girl child’s education by sponsoring quarterly school fee
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
6000
Gift
Provide uniforms and stationery kit to girl child to ensure uninterrupted learning
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
3200
Gift
Contribute to a Fund towards the care-taking expenses of sick and destitute people at our Home in Alwar,Rajasthan
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
3100
Gift
Support a poor patient staying in Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala by sponsoring his expenses for a month.
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
2600
Gift
Sponsor living expenses of sick and destitute people at our Home in Alwar, Rajasthan for a month
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
2200
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Contribute towards costs of running a Public Health Care Centre for the rural poor
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
2000
Gift
Support a poor kidney patient by sponsoring care and monthly medicinal costs.
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
2000
Gift
Equip rural youth with IT skills in Computer Literacy Centre by sponsoring his 3 monthly course costs
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
1800
Gift
Reimburse a Fund to provide care & support to poor patients brought to the Trauma Centre, AIIMS, New Delhi
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
1600
Gift
Educate a girl child for a month in our Sapna Sikshalaya
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
1200
Gift
Ensure a girl child reaches school and provide nutritious snacks for a month
For all donors | tax benefit: 50% | more
500
Gift
General Fund
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250
Gift
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Mission/Vision
SAPNA is a non-profit organisation with the mission to work for the poor by nurturing and supporting projects in the area of public health, education, women’s empowerment, community development and social welfare.
 
Background
It all started with weekly visits to the Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala, New Delhi sometime in December 2002. Looking at the miserable plight of patients coming from far flung areas of the country, especially from Bihar and UP, having little or no support in the city, it was decided to support such poor and indigent patients by providing them with medicine, food, milk, clothes, blood, etc. Our organization started for the empowerment of the poor and the needy through socio-economic upliftment in the fields of public health, education, women's empowerment, community development and social welfare.
 
Padma Bhushan Dr. Narayan Singh Manaklao, President of SAPNA, is a well known social worker from Jodhpur (Rajsathan) having done pioneering work in the area of opium de-addiction and education of physically challenged children. He launched an opium de-addiction, treatment, training and research trust in 1979, conducted nearly 700 drug de-addiction camps, set up a viable community drug rehabilitation programme & Vocational Centre, treated more than 60,000 addicts from all parts of India by employing low-cost & effective techniques – the first of its kind not only in India but the world over. Dr. Manaklao strongly believes that social service is an instrument to bring hope, joy and meaning to the lives of the millions of the poor and deprived in the country.
 
Facts
Full time staff :59
Part time staff:7
Consultants:0
Contract staff :19
Volunteers: 5
Total Receipts for 2016-2017 is INR 28941527
Total Payments for 2016-2017 is INR 28037434
 
Activities and reach for the latest full Financial Year
Number of poor kidney patients provided Medicines, Dialysis & Transplant: 42
To ensure education and development for rural girls from Village Kaduki & Thekra by enrolling them in reputed school of Alwar: 34
Number of rural poor provided basic healthcare services.: 1202
Number of families getting potable drinking water: 150
Number of unknown trauma victims provided care, nourishment , support and rehabilitation : 367
Number of poor patients provided medicines, nutrition, blankets, clothing, blood, orthopedic: 1368
Number of sick and destitute persons provided support, care and rehabilitation.: 40
Number of Toilet constructed in village Kaduki: 10
Number of rural youth admitted in CLC: 180
Provide quality, flexible & relevant learning to underprivileged girls: 46
 
Rewards & Recognition
In 2017, NA was awarded the NA by the NA NA
RECEIPTS (INR)
 2016-20172015-20162014-2015
Self generated ( fees/ subscriptions/ interest/ community contributions/ proceeds from sale of goods or services produced by the organisation etc.)4,380,2392,890,959793,369
Donation from Indian individuals through GiveIndia919,6931,063,397827,361
Other donations from Indian individuals10,045,4339,609,07813,535,936
Donations from foreign individuals through GiveIndia125,01856,471118,240
Other donations from foreign individuals050,000138,226
Grants from Indian sources ( trusts/ govt/ companies/ foundations)12,609,16611,326,4450
Grants from International sources ( under FCRA)789,9985,5010
Sale of assets000
Miscellaneous71,980198,32422,311
Total Receipts28,941,52725,200,17515,435,443
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PAYMENTS (INR)
 2016-20172015-20162014-2015
PAYMENTS (Capital)
Capital items purchased for the organisation, excluding investment ( Fixed Deposits etc.)8,942,2466,524,2891,647,802
Capital items purchased for beneficiaries000
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PAYMENTS (Revenue)
Programme related2016-20172015-20162014-2015
Salaries and benefits5,891,2324,902,8242,501,838
Staff training000
Staff travel34,83426,08420,904
Consultant's fees000
Office support expenses ( rent/ telephone/ electricty etc.)799,934580,249363,350
Materials procurred ( consummables as seed/ food/ books/ provisions etc.)3,914,4934,496,1935,069,402
Grants/ donations given to other organisations as part of programme000
Depreciation ( to be taken from Income and Expenditure account)392,981274,833379,722
Others7,855,6146,618,4055,385,671
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Non-programme related2016-20172015-20162014-2015
Salaries and benefits000
Staff training000
Staff travel000
Office support expenses ( rent/ repairs/ telephone/ electricity etc.)000
Communication ( correspondence/ Annual Reports/ brochures/ appeals/ website etc.)000
Consultants' fees ( audit/ legal/ programme )206,10000
Depreciation ( to be taken from Income and Expenditure account)000
Other non-programme expenses000
Total Payments28,037,43423,422,87715,368,689
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 Registration Details
Sr. Type of Registration
1 Society [No.S/50639/2004]
2 PAN Number:AABAS8117J
3 12-A [No.DIT(E)/12A 2005 -06 / S -4258/05/501]
4 80G [No.DIT(E)/2007-2008/S-4258/826]
5 FCRA [No.231660922]
6 35AC [No.]
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 Auditors
 Nagpal Nagpal & Associates (Chartered Accountants)
 Kripa/ Ritambhara Building, (Tribhuvan Complex), Ishwar Nagar (W), Mathura Road
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 Staff Remuneration (INR)
Gross salary plus benefits paid to staff (in INR) p.m. Male Female Total
 less than 5,000325
 5,000 – 10,000312455
 10,000 – 25,00015722
 25,000 – 50,000303
 50,000 – 1,00,000000
 Greater than 1,00,000000
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Total annual payments consultants (in INR)Number of consultants
 less than 5,0000
 5,000 – 10,0000
 10,000 – 25,0000
 25,000 – 50,0000
 50,000 – 1,00,0000
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 Staff Remuneration (p.a.)
1 Highest Paid: INR 420000
2 Lowest Paid: INR 24000
3 Head of the Organisation: INR 0
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 Board Expenses
Sr. Detail Amount(INR)
1 International travel0
2 Domestic travel0
3 Local conveyance0
4 Entertainment expenses0
5 Other0
  Total 0
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Board Members
SI.Name (Age)Gender, Position, Gross Remuneration, Relation to other members
1 Sadhana Vyas
(56)
 Female, Executive Member, INR 0.00,
2 Akhilesh Jha
(46)
 Male, Executive Member , INR 0.00,
3 Sudhir Pratap Singh
(60)
 Male, General Secretary, INR 0.00,
4 Dr. Harshavardhana Singh
(62)
 Male, President, INR 0.00,
5 Jitendra Singh
(47)
 Male, Executive Member, INR 0.00,
6 Ranjit Kumar
(61)
 Male, Executive Member, INR 0.00,
7 Samiur Rahman
(60)
 Male, Executive Member, INR 0.00,
8 Ranvir Singh Gangwar
(85)
 Male, Secretary, INR 0.00,
9 Sushmita Shekhar
(53)
 Female, Vice- President, INR 0.00,
10 Asha Tewari
(55)
 Female, Executive Member , INR 0.00,
11 Rajesh Chiranewala
(60)
 Male, Executive Member, INR 0.00,
12 Jasveen Ahluwalia
(41)
 Female, Executive Member, INR 0.00,
13 Dr. B. N. Sharma
(93)
 Male, Executive Member , INR 0.00,
14 Narayan Singh Manaklao
(76)
 Male, President, INR 0.00,
15 R.R.P Singh
(65)
 Male, Treasurer, INR 0.00,
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Board Members Background
SI.NameBackground
1 Sadhana Vyas Textile Designer & Garments Manufacturer. A keen social worker. Presently, working to establish SAPNA Handicrafts at Vijay Mandir, Alwar.
2 Akhilesh Jha Civil servant, Social worker, photographer and poet. Was instrumental in setting up the Computer Literacy Centre at Vijay Mandir, Alwar.
3 Sudhir Pratap Singh Post Graduate in Economics from Delhi University, joined Indian Railway Traffic Service in 1981, and the Indian Police Service (Rajasthan cadre) in 1983
4 Dr. Harshavardhana Singh A Rhodes Scholar, Dr.Harshavardhana Singh was Deputy Director-General at the World Trade Organization (WTO) from 2005 to 2012. He has earlier worked from June 1985 to June 1997, in the GATT/WTO Secretariat in the areas of Economic Research, Trade Policy Review, Rules,Trade and Environment, and the Office of the Director-General.
5 Jitendra Singh Social Worker
6 Ranjit Kumar Senior Advocate in the Supreme Court of India and actively associated with public interest litigations.
7 Samiur Rahman 35 years of rich experience in conceptualizing, executing and managing development projects, academic projects, teaching & guiding university students, monitoring and evaluation & capacity building of individuals, groups & organizations, human resource management, financial management and advocacy.
8 Ranvir Singh Gangwar Retired Polytechnic professor
9 Sushmita Shekhar Susmita Shekhar was the Secretary General of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry. With more than 25 years of work experience in strategic positions at many NGOs and Government bodies/associations, she brings expertise as an advisory member in sanitation and water management.
10 Asha Tewari Housewife and a keen social worker. Worked as Coordinator of the Delhi Chapter from 2008 to 2012. Pioneered the blood donation campaign for SAPNA in collaboration with Blood Connect, a voluntary effort by scholars of IIT Delhi. Joined NGO SAPNA as Executive Member in 2011.
11 Rajesh Chiranewala A businessman by profession and a social worker.
12 Jasveen Ahluwalia International development professional with over 12 years work experience, 4 years international program management experience, 7 years of senior management experience and 12 years of staff management experience. Extensive academic and professional experience in developing, implementing, and assessing sustainable women’s rights and human rights, and development assistance programming. Presently associated with CARE, India.
13 Dr. B. N. Sharma Commissioned in Army Medical Corps on 1/2/1953. Became specialist after obtaining M.Sc, Ph.D in Nuclear Medicine from University of Birmingham (U.K.).Established Department of Nuclear Medicine in Naval Hospital ASVINI, Mumbai in 1965 and Joined Bombay Hospital in July 1977 to establish a Dept. of Nuclear Medicine. Has worked with Bombay Port Trust Hospital Mumbai since then. Has also been working as an honorary consultant since a year.
14 Narayan Singh Manaklao Padma Bhushan Dr. Narayan Singh Manaklao, President of SAPNA is a well-known social worker from Jodhpur (Rajsathan) having done pioneering work in the area of opium, de-addiction and education of physically challenged children.
15 R.R.P Singh Retired civil servant with 33 years of public service. Presently with NGO SAPNA as Treasurer and an Administrator, Delhi chapter.
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Board Resolution
SubjectsBoard Meeting/Annual General Body Meeting DateNo. of members presentStrength of the board at the time of this meeting
Budget for the year 2016-201718/03/2017715
Programmes/ Projects for the year 2016-201718/03/2017715
Annual Report for the year 2015-201616/07/2017615
Financial Audit Report for the year 2015-201616/07/2017615
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Staff International Travel
No member of this organisation has undergone foreign travel in recent years.
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 Health for all
There are around 35-40 villages within 4-5 km radius of Vijay Mandir having no access to proper medical facilities. A Govt. PHC situated nearby is almost defunct. As such the rural masses are at the mercy of unregistered medical practitioners and quacks. Patients have to travel 10-15 km to Alwar to access proper medical aid. Women in particular get no specialized medical attention. SAPNA runs a part time clinic (8 to 11 am) having a MD doctor and an experienced compounder. A basic diagnostic Lab and X-ray facility has also been provided. A DOT centre to treat tuberculosis patients was added recently. The service of a gynecologist is provided thrice a month. Medicines are dispensed free. The PHCC has established itself as a full fledged medical clinic with a monthly OPD of around 850-900. Patients need not travel to Alwar anymore to access basic medical aid. Women get specialized medical attention. Such a day care facility provides basic health care to the rural poor with the aim that all components of health care are developed in a synergistically complementary manner.
 
 Health care for the poor
A large number of poor patients from far-flung areas especially from Bihar & UP come to the Safdarjung Hospital, New Delhi for treatment of chronic ailments. Many patients find it extremely difficult to afford the prolonged treatment, quickly running out of finances. With no local support they are compelled to go back home without completing the treatment or resort to unethical practices. SAPNA extends support to poor patients staying at Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala by providing medicines, milk, food, fruits, rations, blankets, clothing, etc. SAPNA helps in getting diagnostic tests done and even bears the cost of operations in needy cases. Supportive aids like crutches, wheelchairs, collars, etc. are given to the needy. SAPNA also helps in procuring healthy donors of blood. Every month SAPNA provides care and support to around 60 to 65 poor patients staying at the Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala. It helps sustain the long treatment which otherwise they cannot afford. It also provides informational support to patients who are unable to access the available services.They happily return to their native places only after completion of treatment.
 
 Home for the Sick and Destitute
A number of sick and destitute patients who are survivors of serious trauma/illness at Trauma Centre (AIIMS), and Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala, New Delhi have no place to return to and are in need of recuperative care and support. Many have been abandoned by their family or are destitute having no one to care or support. There is no place in Delhi where they can seek shelter and long term care. SAPNA provides a home for long term care for the sick and genuinely destitute. It acts as a feeder for survivors at the Trauma Centre and Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala in Delhi who have no place to go to. A team of social workers look after their daily needs providing nourishment, clothing, housekeeping, etc. A Dispensary in the premises provides requisite medical care. SAPNA provides a home for such under-privileged where they feel cared for to live life with dignity. Sindhu, Mange Ram, Pinky, Latif and Yunus are some of the lucky ones who are all unknown and have found a home at Vijay Mandir. They are now a part of the extended family of SAPNA.
 
 E-learning at the door step
The rural youth have little or no exposure to e-learning; leave aside the challenges of training the youth in ICT skills and giving them meaningful employment opportunities. Many of them have not seen computers and the schools in the rural areas provide no such learning. Any desire for e-learning means going to Alwar which may be beyond their means. The CLC trains the youth with ICT skills. It has a well equipped computer lab and teachers. MS office, Photoshop, Corel Draw, Tally, Html, Internet, etc are part of 4 month curriculum. It has remarkably increased e-learning and usage amongst the rural children. The children are also taught English and typing skills. To provide them meaningful employment opportunities a rural BPO was established. SAPNA trained more than 300 rural youths with ICT skills, now well versed in data entry work. 14,000 sheets of data entry in English outsourced by Punj Llyod Ltd. were promptly completed. Presently they are maintaining data for NREGA at the Alwar Post Office. Besides providing meaningful employment at their doorsteps, a sense of engagement and achievement too, has gripped the rural youth of Alwar.
 
 Support kidney patients below poverty line (BPL)
A large no. of BPL patients from far-flung areas of the country especially Bihar and UP suffering from kidney ailments come to AIIMS and stay at Rajgarhea Vishram Sadan-a Dharamshala of AIIMS. The treatment is frightfully expensive and has to be sustained for long periods. Ultimately most patients are financially devastated and give up on treatment unable to bear the expenses,resigning to fate. SAPNA supports such BPL patients by providing medicines on a sustained basis every month. It mobilises funds through individual sponsors who come forward to join hands for this noble cause. They are also provided weekly rations Dilip Kumar Singh s/o Bateshwar Singh of Hemantpur, P.O. Siwam is a patient being provided medicines on a sustained basis. Every month SAPNA supports 7 BPL kidney patients.They now live a life of dignity capable of carrying on with their day to day activities. Some have even taken up employment to support themselves. One such patient Dalip Singh has become a volunteer for SAPNA. SAPNA targets to support 10 BPL kidney patients every month.
 
 Changing Lives- Story of Baani
Baani is 12 years old and studying in class 6 in National Academy school. Her father is a daily wages labor and mother is a housewife. She lives with her family in dire conditions, where even the basic necessities are barely met. Earlier she was reading in government school in Muktigram till class 3. She has 2 siblings-a brother & one sister. Her father was finding it difficult to provide quality education to Baani due to limited income. Some of the villagers informed her father about Pankhuri program. SAPNA education department did the evaluation and based on assessment Baani was enrolled in class 2 in Pankhuri – Support the Girl Child Program. Before joining Pankhuri program she was studying in government Hindi medium school and she was struggling to cope up with the English medium teaching and language barrier. After joining Pankhuri she worked hard and now we are seeing immense improvement in her performance. In last 2 academic years she got A1 grade in all subjects. She is very intelligent girl and has high aspirations. She wants to become a Doctor and wants to help all poor people in her neighborhood. She actively participates in games also. She won many awards in games like Kho Kho and racing. When she joined Pankhuri program she was very shy. Over the period of time she started mingling with other students. Now she supports every younger girl of Pankhuri program in their academic and other activity. We wish all the best for her bright carrier.
 
 Changing Lives- Story of Baani
Sneha is 13 years old and studying in class 7th in National Academy school. Her father is a security guard at Vijay Mandir, Alwar & mother is a housewife. She has 2 siblings-a brother & one sister. Her father was finding it difficult to educate all the children due to limited income. Before joining Pankhuri Program, Sneha and her sister was studying at the Kaduki Government school. Her father wanted to give quality education to daughters but due to financial constraint he was not able to enroll them in a good school. Her father was not happy with this but had no choice. He came to know about Pankhuri Program. Sneha joined our Pankhuri- Support the Girl Child Program in class UKG in 2010. Now she is studying in Class 7th. She is very intelligent girl and has high aspirations. She wants to become an engineer. She has been getting1st position in her class continuously for last 5 years. In her own words- I love my school very much, I have many friends here and other than education I have learnt so many things like making cards, diyas and rakhis. I love to have the snacks and milk provided every day at Vijay Mandir. Last year, I participated in sports day and stood first in the race and other games also. I love to study science. My aim is to become an engineer so that I can serve the society. I will always be there to help the poor.
 
 Changing Lives- Story of Baani
Baani is 12 years old and studying in class 6 in National Academy school. Her father is a daily wages labor and mother is a housewife. She lives with her family in dire conditions, where even the basic necessities are barely met. Earlier she was reading in government school in Muktigram till class 3. She has 2 siblings-a brother & one sister. Her father was finding it difficult to provide quality education to Baani due to limited income. Some of the villagers informed her father about Pankhuri program. SAPNA education department did the evaluation and based on assessment Baani was enrolled in class 2 in Pankhuri – Support the Girl Child Program. Before joining Pankhuri program she was studying in government Hindi medium school and she was struggling to cope up with the English medium teaching and language barrier. After joining Pankhuri she worked hard and now we are seeing immense improvement in her performance. In last 2 academic years she got A1 grade in all subjects. She is very intelligent girl and has high aspirations. She wants to become a Doctor and wants to help all poor people in her neighborhood. She actively participates in games also. She won many awards in games like Kho Kho and racing. When she joined Pankhuri program she was very shy. Over the period of time she started mingling with other students. Now she supports every younger girl of Pankhuri program in their academic and other activity. We wish all the best for her bright carrier.
 
 Changing Lives- Story of Baani
Nandini is 4 years old girl and studying in class Prep 1. Her father is a farmer. She joined SAPNA Shikshalaya in 2016 and got enrolled in nursey class. She is a special child usedting to sit at the back in the class. She was totally expression less. She did not like to interact with teachers and other girls in class. The class teacher gave her space and personal attention. Appreciated her smile and little gestures. Gave chances on stage and made her stand in each activity. Now she started following instructions, raising hand for answer. Her uniform is best in the class. She has started doing written work also. She loves to play with dolls. . She loves to recite poem. Parents are very happy to see the progress of girls. As per parents, now she is very active in house, she asks her parents to wash her uniform every day. She takes care of copies at home. Parents have also appreciated the effort of class teacher on result day.
 
 The living dead
Daily 2 to 3 poor patients came to the Trauma Centre, AIIMS, New Delhi in a comatose state and are almost left for dead by family and friends who are no longer willing to care of them.There is also no place in Delhi to accommodate such patients who are homeless and who are in a state of comatose in a vegetative state but clinically fit for discharge. SAPNA supports unknown/unattended patients by providing care, nutrition, clothes, etc. till discharge. It helps in establishing contact with relatives of some who come out of comatose. Some who are homeless are rehabilitated at Centres in Delhi or at the Old Age Home in Alwar. Some comatose patients in a vegetative state but clinically fit for discharge are also shifted to the home in Alwar. The social worker helps in giving daily bath, nourishment, massage and exercises if required, housekeeping, etc and assists the hospital staff. He also establishes contact with relatives and accompanies patients to their homes SAPNA takes care of more than 400 unknown/unattended patients yearly. Majority of them have been restored to their family by establising contact. Quite a few homeless patients have been rehabilitated by establishing linkages with Rehabilitation Centers in Delhi or the Home in Alwar . Some comatose patients clinically fit for discharge are also accommodated at the Home in Alwar.
 
 Home for the Sick and Destitute
A number of sick and destitute patients who are survivors of serious trauma/illness at Trauma Centre (AIIMS), and Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala, New Delhi have no place to return to and are in need of recuperative care and support. Many have been abandoned by their family or are destitute having no one to care or support. There is no place in Delhi where they can seek shelter and long term care. SAPNA provides a home for long term care for the sick and genuinely destitute. It acts as a feeder for survivors at the Trauma Centre and Safdarjung Hospital Dharamshala in Delhi who have no place to go to. A team of social workers look after their daily needs providing nourishment, clothing, housekeeping, etc. A Dispensary in the premises provides requisite medical care. SAPNA provides a home for such under-privileged where they feel cared for to live life with dignity. Sindhu, Mange Ram, Pinky, Latif and Yunus are some of the lucky ones who are all unknown and have found a home at Vijay Mandir. They are now a part of the extended family of SAPNA.

You can communicate with Sapna at
Sudhir Pratap Singh
D-8/ 8086, Vasant Kunj-
New Delhi - 110070,India

Or you can reach Sapna here
Phone : 91 9810408182
Fax :
E-mail : ngo.sapna@gmail.com
Website: http://www.sapnaindia.org

   

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