Non Profit Non Government Organisations Karnataka

Bidar NGOs

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

Talent Search Academy, Bidar

Add: Talent Search Sagar Ronde, Yangunda, Aurad
Bidar
Pin: 585326
Karnataka
Contact Person: Sagar
Purpose:
Aim/Objective/Mission: Education agricultiral and rural, specially working in developement of backward people with scintifically. Supporting in jobs for youth and rural unemploy. We provided highly quality service to needed comumity with thoesends of resource person working the ought the state.
Website: http://www.psvy.blogspot.com
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GP Solutions & Associations, Bidar

Add: 8-10-111, Ground Floor, Gaitond Complex, New Housing Colony, Station Road
Bidar
Pin: 585401
Karnataka
Contact Person: Roopa Patil
Purpose: Training and job placement for poor and backward people.
Aim/Objective/Mission: We have trained (computer) and given job placement for 80 poor and backward people in GP Solutions which comes under the this NGO, our aim is to provide another 500 poor people job placement in the same company with in next 3 months, so we need funds for the infrastructure & training the poor people.
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ARALU, Bidar

Add: Bidar
Bidar
Pin: 585401
Karnataka
Contact Person: K.T. Meril
Purpose:
Aim/Objective/Mission: To empowermnet of the women and child.
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SPOORTHI, Bidar

Add: 19-3-480/10 Near Mi Office, Naubad
Bidar
Pin: 585402
Karnataka
Contact Person: Shakuntala Methre
Purpose: Education
Aim/Objective/Mission: Education, rural development, women empowerment.
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Dari Society, Bidar

Add: 6, Shiva Belaku, 1st Cross
Bidar
Pin: 585401
Karnataka
Contact Person: Ashok R.B.
Purpose: Social work
Aim/Objective/Mission: Capacity building of the weeker section of rural poor for overall development to become self-reliance on sustainable basis.
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PRAWARDA, Bidar

Add: 8-9-270/A 362, B/h Baridshahi Garden, Gurunanak Colony
Bidar
Pin: 585401
Karnataka
Contact Person: Prasanna Naik, Basavaraj.K.H
Purpose: Rural development
Aim/Objective/Mission: PRAWARDA, a non-government development organization established in 1994, is a group of committed and dedicated professionals who strive for improving the livelihoods of the poor, marginalized sections of farmers, women, youths and children in the North Karnataka region. Institution BuildingInstitution building forms the crux of all the activities promoted by PRAWARDA. Community ownership of programmes and activities is very important in the long-term sustainability of the development processes. Towards achieving this end, PRAWARDA has formed various village level institutions such as VDS, WMC, SHGs, GMASS, User Groups, Common Interest Groups, etc. Capacity building is one of the core competencies of PRAWARDA and it is an integral part of all the projects and programmes. Capacity building of farmers, women, community animators, etc. is done regularly.
Website: http://www.prawarda.org
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Darpan Voluntaery Organization, Bidar

Add: 15-4-358, Zion Colony, Kumbarwada Road
Bidar
Pin: 585403
Karnataka
Contact Person: C. Suresh Raya
Purpose: Rural disabled hiv/aids, pal, women rehabilitation.
Aim/Objective/Mission: To improve the rural disabled, HIV/AIDS, pal, affected peoples in CBR, setup and empower, the women rights.
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DRISTI, Bidar

Add: 19-4-647/2, 109, Yallaling Colony
Bidar
Pin: 585401
Karnataka
Contact Person: N.L. Karkare
Purpose:
Aim/Objective/Mission: DRISTI seeks to participate in buiding a human and egalitarian community where vulnerable people attain food sovereignty, live better life with social justice and human dignity, free from all froms of discrimination on the lines of caste, poverty and gender. To capacitate and revitalizethe dalits, tribals, OBCS, and the poorest of the poor lto exercise their human and democratic rights in regard to development with justice and peace; equip to plan, manage, and countro livelihood resources and activities for sustainable agriculture; overcome poverty and hunger empowering them for self help, mutual trust and cooperation towards attaining food sovereignty. DRISTI believes in the process oriented, multi-sect oral initiatives, integrating rights based, social wquity and gender balance approach for effective programming and its impact.
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