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GiveAssured NGOs in Ahmedabad
BPA started as a recreational club for visually impaired people but now serves people with all kinds of disabilities, including visual impairment, hearing impairment, mental retardation, orthopedic impairment, mental illness, multiple disabilities etc.
BPA - ONE WINDOW SERVICE FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES, is a professional organization that strives to provide education, employment opportunities, equal rights and a good quality of life to differently-abled people. The Employment and Placement services is a step towards providing employment as well as self-employment opportunities for people with disabilities so that they can be made financially independent and self-sufficient. They also work towards production and free distribution of assistive devices like crutches, calipers, wheelchairs, mobility devices etc.
During the last five years, BPA has been successful in providing employment to as many as 1500 people, who are presently employed in public as well as private sectors, and are capable of handling important assignments in banks, railways, hospitals, restaurants, etc. The organization works relentlessly to provide these people with regular jobs so that they can be accepted in mainstream society without any discrimination. Having received the National Award and FICCI Award, BPA is recognized as a nodal agency.
Saath (which in Hindi/Gujarati means 'together, co-operation, a collective or support'), is an NGO in India registered as a Public Charitable Trust and is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. They closely work with the vulnerable communities and empowers the socially marginalized by providing them livelihood linkages, imparting skills leading to employment, health and education facilities. The focus areas of Saath are livelihoods, skill development, health and education, rights, urban governance, financial inclusion, rehabilitation and resettlement and other community development initiatives.
Saath envisions inclusive and empowered communities and individuals.They aspire to make human settlements equitable living environments where all residents and vulnerable people have access to health, education, essential infrastructure services and livelihood options, irrespective of their economic and social status.They have received several accolades for its programs, internal systems, organizational ethics, best practices in resource mobilization and sustainability models, the latest one of them being the - India NGO Award 2014-15 in the Medium category.
In the last 27 years, they have rendered their services to several slum residents, migrants, minorities, children, women, youth and vulnerable people in Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Maharashtra (Mumbai) and have touched the lives of more than 5,00,000 individuals.
The vision of the organisation is to build a world on the pillars of equal opportunities, access to resources, gender equality, democratic governance, participatory learning and respect of diverse cultures.
With a presence in both rural as well as urban areas, Samerth primarily works with women and children. Apart from catering to the educational needs of children between the ages of 3 and 6, they also run centres that double up both as counseling centres for women suffering from domestic violence as well as informational hubs where men and women can access information regarding various government schemes. They also work on providing water security and irrigation in the arid region of Kutch and on capacity building of underprivileged women in the rural areas they operate in.
SAMERTH was started to create a humane, sustainable and equitable society through strengthening peoples' capacities and equipping community institutions so that they are informed and are able to access their rights to have a human existence. The programme is developed as per the requirement of the community. In Kutch, they focus on water availability and leveraging resources around it. In the city of Ahmedabad, the organisation has working with urban poor and giving them access to education and developing leadership amongst women and adolescent girls and boys. In Chattisgarh, the focus is to work with tribal communities and create and facilitate the process of accessing entitlements and education.
Stats for 16-17
No. of children impacted - 55
No. of people impacted - 236
No. of children receiving nutrition - 704
No. of families impacted - 30
No. of children availing the facility - 22
Gazala Paul has a Masters in Social Work (MSW) from Indore School of Social Work, (Devi Ahilya University), Indore, India in 1987 and a Masters in "Coexistence and Conflict Management" from Brandeis University,Massachusetts, USA in February 2006. Since May 1999, she has been the CEO of Samerth. Since April 2006 she has been a consultant to Paul Hamlyn Foundation, UK as Advisor for developing programme on accessing quality education for the tribals and urban poor, disability rights, forest rights, enabling women's role in local governance and addressing issue of violence against women for the west India programme. She has also worked with with Oxfam-Great Britain as Project Officer from 1992 to 1999 for the Gujarat and Rajasthan States of India developing programme on rights based issues for the vulnerable communities and mitigation strategy for disaster management.
Sense International (India)'s vision is of a world in which all deafblind children and adults can be full and active members of society.
In 1997, when Sense International India first started its work, there was only one deaf-blind service in the country reaching out to just 23 children. But in the last two decades we have succeeded in reaching out to more than 77, 500 deafblind people and their families through a network of 59 partners across 22 states.
Akhil S. Paul is the Director and Founder member of Sense International India. He is the Former Vice President of Deafblind International (DBI), a world association promoting services for deafblind people. He is also the Founder Member of the Board of the National Trust for Welfare of People with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple disabilities. He is also the recipient of HSBC- Indo British Award - 2003 for outstanding services to deafblind people in India. He has also received the Young Leader Award in the Community Service and Social Upliftment category at the prestigious Lakshmipat Singhania - IIM Lucknow National Leadership Awards.
Full time staff - 0
Part time staff - 0
Consultants - 2
Contract staff - 45
Volunteers - 2
Total Receipts for 2016-2017 - INR 76424415
Total Payments for 2016-2017 - INR 73272282
No. of deafblind people provided with need based educational and rehabilitation services, with an increased awareness about deaf-blind - 157
No. of deafblind people impacted - 2100
No. of deafblind people being provided with need-based early intervention; hospital based neonatal hearing screening of babies - 37
No. of deafblind people impacted - 317
No. of deafblind people impacted by strengthening of Regional Learning Centre (RLC) & Early Intervention centres - 2180
No. of children impacted - 12
No. of deafblind people impacted - 62
No. of deafblind people impacted - 40
No. of deafblind children impacted - 66
Rewards & Recognition
In 2017, Sense International India was awarded the Gujarat NGO Leadership Awards by the World CSR Day & World Sustainability Forum Development of Individuals with deafblindness
In 2017, Sense International India was awarded the Great Non- profits Top- Rated Awards by the Great Non- profits Top- Rated Development of Individuals with deafblindness
In 2016, Sense International India was awarded the Accredited by the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs (IICA) Development of Individuals with deafblindness
In 2016, Sense International India was awarded the Gold Certification by the GuideStar India Development of Individuals with deafblindness
Visamo Kids Foundation (VKF), an Ahmedabad based NGO, works towards providing free education to poor children coming from underprivileged (under poverty line) families from all over Gujarat.
Visamo, a truly sustainable, fresh, vital and dynamic initiative. They started off with 18 underprivileged children from the poorest of the poor families from earthquake affected regions of Gujarat. Since its initiation in 2002, soon after the massive earthquake that shook the whole of Gujarat, VKF has focused on working towards empowering lives by facilitating access to quality education and secured environment to the underprivileged children of Gujarat.
Their educational programme provides boarding, lodging, medical support, psychological counselling and help to young residents who stay with VKF till they complete their 12th grade.
All NGOs in Ahmedabad
|Name of NGO||Cause||Address|
|Humankind||Education & Literacy||Humankind, F/3, Nanakram Super Market, Ramnagar, Sabarmati, Ahmedabad|
|Institute for Development Education and Learning (IDEAL)||Rural Development & Poverty Alleviation||C-106, Royal Chinmay, Opposite IOC Pump Off Judges Bungalow Road, Bodakdev|
|Sense International India||Education||Sense International India 2nd Floor, Administrative Block, Andhajan Mandal Campus, Opp. IIM Vastrapur,|
|Aadhar||Art & Culture||C / 281, â€œRangNivasâ€ First floor, Bhavna Tenaments, Vasna Barrage road, Amdavad- 380 007, Gujarat India|
|Aadhar Education And Charetable Trust||Education & Literacy||N-21 Aakansha Flates,Nr. Sola Rly.Crossing, Ghatlodia Ahmedabad|
|Aai Shri Khodiyar Khadi Gramodhyog Sangh||Animal Husbandry||G/4 Bhanuram Flats, Vejalpur, Vastrapur Rly. Crossing,|
|Aanchal Foundation||Children||Registered Office : 404, Advait, Near Sandesh Press, Vastrapur, Ahmedabad â€“ 380 054, Business Office : City Plaza, Sterling City, Bopal, Ahmedabad â|
|Aarti Mahila Vikas Sangh||Animal Husbandry||1, Sarvoday Baug, Panch Bungla, Gitamadir Nala Road, Ahmedabad, , Pin Code : 380022|
|Aarti Mahila Vikas Sangh||Animal Husbandry||Aarti Mahila Vikas Sangh,1,Sarvoday Baug,Panch Bungla,Geeta Mandir Nala Road,Ahmedabad-380022|
|Aaryaa Biotech Centre||Vocational Training||Opp gujarat stadium motera road sabarmati , 380005|
|Aarya Public Charitable Trust||Animal Husbandry||65,suvidha tenament , Nr.samir hotel, vatva gidc,ghodasar, Ahmedabad-382445|
|Aash Foundation||Animal Husbandry||5/8, MUNICIPAL STAFF QUARTERS , b/h LAL BANGLOW , C G ROAD , ELLISBRIDGE , AHMEDABAD-06|
|Aashray Social Welfare Foundation||Animal Husbandry||504, Samedh, Near Associate Petrol Pump, C. G. Road, Ahmedabad, Gujarat|
|Aatmiyata Foundation||Aged/Elderly||D/11/129, NANDANVAN APARTMENT, NEAR BHAVSAR HOSTEL, NAVA VADAJ, AHMEDABAD, GUJARAT - 380013|
|Abad Npplus||Human Rights||Abad N P Plus, 778/5510, Gujarat housing board, nr. Gayatri mandir, LBS stadium road, Bapunagar, Ahmedabad. 380024|
|Abhilasha||Education & Literacy||3 " jay bhim" ,panch bunglows,nala road ,near gita mandir|
|Abhishek Developement Trust||Agriculture||12,Siddhiraj Complex, Nr.Homeopathic College, Arohi Club Road, Bopal,Ahmedabad, 380058|
|Academy For Computer Training Guj Private Limited||Education & Literacy||2nd Floor, Parth Empire, Besides Rambaug Fire Station, Maninagar, Ahmedabad 380008|
|Action Group Kutch||Animal Husbandry||ACTION GROUP, A/204, Suryoday Flate II, Nr. Pavapuri Bus Stop, Ghatlodia|
|Adani Foundation||Animal Husbandry||Adani Foundation, "Shikhar" 8th Floor, Near Mithakhali Circle, Navarangpura|
|Adarsh Samaj Suraksha Trust||Agriculture||FF-12, Yashniketan Complex, Khokhara Circle, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.|
|Aga Khan Rural Support Programme India||Animal Husbandry||Aga Khan Rural Support Programme (India), 9-10th Floor, Corporate House, Opp Dinesh Hall, Off Ashram Road, Ahmedabad-380009.|
|Agatha Foundation||Human Rights||A-19, Parul Appartment, Behind Vishvamitra Society, Vejalpur Road, Jivrajpark -380051, Ahmedabad, Gujarat- INDIA|
|Agnihotri K G Vyas Charitable Trust||Aged/Elderly||B-55, Konark Towers, B/h Nalanda Shopping Centre, Premchand Nagar Road, Vastrapur, Ahmedabad - 380 015|
|Agricultural Diversification Center||Agriculture||AGRICULTURAL DIVERSIFICATION CENTER, 307, CHITRARATH BUILDING, NR. HOTEL PRESIDENT, C.G.ROAD, NAVRANGPURA.|
|Ahmedabad Jilla Mahila Balvikas Sangh||Art & Culture||C-9,Ayojannagar,Nr.Shreyas Crossing,Paldi,Ahmedabad-380007|
|Ahmedabad Jilla Samaj Kalyan Sangh||Children||CONGRESS BHAVAN, SEVA SADAN , LALDARWAJA, AHMEDABAD-380001|
|Ahmedabad Kite Flyers Association||Education & Literacy||64, Harihar Society, Nr Kumar Shalla, Naroda|
|Ahmedabad Study Action Group||Children||5TH FLOOR, KASHMIRA CHAMBERS, B/H. POPULAR HOUSE, ASHRAM ROAD, NAVRANGPURA, AHMEDABAD-380009|
|Ahmedabad Theatre Group||Art & Culture||45/2 Bimanagar, Satellite Road, 380 015|
|Ahmedabad Women Action Group||Disaster Management||AWAG, Bhudarpura, Ahmedabad - 380015|
|Ajeet Rural Development Foundation||Animal Husbandry||E-123, Hardham Society, Krishna Nagar, Behind Parshwanath Township, New Naroda Road, Ahmedabad -382346, Gujarat|
|Ajeet Rural Development Foundation||Environment & Forests||E-123 Haridham society New Naroda roadBapa Sitar am Chuock Ahmedabad, Pin 382346|
|Akanksha Charitable Trust||Human Rights||AKANSHA CHARITABLE TRUST, 602, SHITIRATNA COMPLEX, PANCHVATI CHAR RASTA, C G ROAD NR 3RD EYE COMPLEX NAVARANGPURA AHMEDABAD - 380009|
|Akhandanand Hindi High School||Education & Literacy||AKHANDANAND HINDI HIGH SCHOOL, HARIBANSH SCOIETY NR-FIRE STATION O/S SHAHPUR GATE SHAHPUR AHMEDABAD 380004|
|Akhand Jyot Charity Trust||Art & Culture||Akhand Jyot Charity Trust, B/H Post Office, Fatehpura, Paldi, Ahmedabad-380007|
|Akhil Bharatiya Mahila Education Trust||Animal Husbandry||Opp. presses House, Raikhad, ahmedabad|
|Akhil Bharatiya Sanskruti Vikas Trust||Animal Husbandry||4/5, Mrudul Park, Beside Dus bangla, Gulbai Tekra, Ambavadi, Ahmedabad -|
|Akhil Gujarat Hastkala Karigar Sangh||Women's Development & Empowerment||602,Arved Transcube Plaza, R.T.O., Ahmedabad|
|Akil Gujarat Valmiki Mahila Vikas Sangh||Children||7, RUSHINAGAR SOCIETY, OPP. MANCHHANI MASJID, SARASPUR, AHMEDABAD - 380018|
|Akshar Foundation||Animal Husbandry||AT & POST - ZANZARWA, VIA - DETROJ, TA - MANDAL, DIST -AHMEDABAD|
|Alhayat Foundation||Agriculture||f-1, mohammadi apartents near shalimar cinema, shah-e-alam, ahmedabad-380028.|
|Al Ikhlas Foundation||Education & Literacy||Al-Ikhlas Foundation, Peer Jaleel Masjid, Raikhad Mill Road, Nr. Jaishankar Sundri Hall, Raikhad, Ahmedabad - 380001|
|All About Us Foundation||Environment & Forests||2, Jay Maha Kali Soc, Civil Camp Road, Shahibaugh, Ahmedabad, 380 004.|
|All Gujarat Plumber Association||Human Rights||46/Sumngalam Park Opp,Shila Ie Factory,Galexy Cinema Road,Naroda,Ahmedabdad-382330|
|All India Disaster Mitigation Institute||Agriculture||All India Disaster Mitigation Institute, 411 Sakar Five, Near Natraj Cinema, Ashram Road, Ahmedabad 380 009 India|
|Altruist||Health & Family Welfare||23/276, Adarsh Nagar, Naranpura|
|Amateur Soft Tennis Federation Of India||Sports||818/33/1, Laxmipura, Gitamandir Road, Ahmedabad-380022|
|Ambar Seva Sangh||Animal Husbandry||Nr. Rajpur Pani havade, Ahmendadad-22|
|An Advance Society For Human Advancement Rights Activity||Animal Husbandry||B/302/AALEKH, , LAD SOCIETY ROAD, , NEHRU PARK, , VASTRAPUR, , AHMEDABAD-380015. , GUJARAT|
|Anand Foundation||Agriculture||B/5, AZAD SOCIETY, MALAV TALAV, JIVRAJ PARK, AHMEDABAD-51, GUJARAT, INDIA|