Socio Economic Education and Development Society (SEEDS)
It aims to ensure social justice for the poor and marginalized communities in the rural area. The main issues addressed by the organization includes child rights promotion and protection, poverty reduction through Self Help Groups, community health, natural resource management and sustainable livelihood measures, gender equality and women development.
|Action Initiative for Development (AID)
AID is committed towards upliftment and empowerment of the most excluded sections of the society like Dalits. RTE activism, Child Rights Education, responding to the violence and atrocities against the deprived communities, enabling the children of the community to get into Government’s boarding schools, linking families and children to the Government Social Welfare schemes are some of the work being continuously implemented by the organisation
|Enfold Proactive Health Trust
Enfold supports children and youth in equipping themselves with techniques to be safe and live with dignity and empathy, through life skills-based sexuality and personal safety education
|Mahila Abhivruddhi Mattu Samrakshana Samsthe – Belgaum (MASS)
The Goal of the organisation is “Checking revival of devadasi system, securing livelihoods, rights and justice for women and children” MASS continuously keeps vigilance and creates awareness to check the revival of devadasi tradition and its associated rituals in Belgaum district and support agencies with similar interest in containing the tradition in nine other devadasi – endemic districts of Karnataka
|Vanasiri Rural Development Society (VRDS)
Since last one and half decade, VRDS has been working for the upliftment of rural and urban poor families in 60 villages of Ranebennur Taluk of Karnataka State in India and has reached to over 10000 families.
The organization has been working with the vision to empower youth, especially girls from vulnerable and marginalized families (families at risk) towards self awareness and self employment. The organization has been supporting migrant and dalit children and young women from the backward regions of Hyderabad-Karnataka.
SNEHA was established in 1993 to work for the development of children, women and especially for Devadasi communities. Community mobilization, education, socio-economic development and advocacy related activities have been the strength of the organization
|Rural Literacy and Health Progamme (RLHP)
RLHP has been working since 1984 to end exploitative child labour in the districts of Gulburga and Bidar in the Indian state of Karnataka. RHLP’s mission is to empower marginalized people in slums and villages, vulnerable children and those affected by natural disasters and climate change to respond to growing poverty and rights viola-tions by implementing sustainable development and self-reliance projects.
|Need Base India – NBI
The organization is working on the youth building for a better society by empowering them on the various topics of perspective workshops, skill building, carrier guidance and making them financial independence
|Community Awareness Research Education Trust(CARE T)
CARE T is committed to the elimination of extremely exploitative working conditions of young girls and young women under the so called Sumangali system as well as forced labour and child labour, the well-being of children, marginalized groups, tribes and poor people in general in the districts of Coimbatore, Tirupur, Erode, Dindigul, The Nilgiris, Thanjavur, Kanyakumari.
|Psycho Trust (Psychological and Community Health Organization Trust)
The main goal of Psycho Trust is to promote a child labour free society, to put an end to the growing number of early school leavers and to empower women through socio-economic programmes. The activities ranged from educational programmes about motivation and awareness raising to womens‘ advancement programmes
|ROSE (Rural Organisation for Social Education
ROSE is committed towards elimination of extremely exploitative working conditions of young girls and women in the textile sector, the wellbeing of children, marginalised groups and marginal farmers in Pudukottai District.
|READ Foundation (Rural Education and Development Foundation)
READ Foundation is committed towards elimination of extremely exploitative working conditions of young girls and women in the textile sector, the wellbeing of children, women, marginalised groups and marginal farmers in Pudukottai District
|Association for the Rural Development (ARD)
The organization has been focusing on issues related to migration, child labour and bonded labour system and education for all children. From 2004 onwards ARD started working with the fishing communities and Yanadhi tribal community who were affected by the tsunami disaster. The organization has from then on, has been working towards the education and empowerment of the Yanadhi tribal community
|Navajeevan Bala Bhavan (NBB)
Navajeevan has initiated the Child Rights Advocacy Foundation (CRAF) in 1997 and with its collaboration the Juvenile Justice Desk of Andhra Pradesh has extended its presence in all the districts of the state. Navajeevan is the lead organization which has been elected to convene the campaign Destination Unknown in Andhra Pradesh in the year 2014-15
|Hands of Compassion (HOC)
HOC has ventured into an ever widening spectrum of programmes that held faster equitable and sustainable development. Initially, this has been for the benefit of the people with disability. But by extension, in order to improve the status of the marginalised, viz., women, children, youth, small and marginal farmers, agricultural labour, HOC has taken up a number of specific and general programmes for weaker, oppressed and downtrodden sections of the society
|CONARE (Conservation of Nature through Rural Awakening)
The core activities being undertaken by the organization are rural development, conservation of forests and promotion of sustainable farming for improving the agricultural productivity of marginal farmers, sustainable livelihood for the tribal communities in Nallamala forest range, watershed development, child labour eradication, child protection, advocacy and networking on child rights, animal husbandry and fodder development programmes, economic empowerment of women and Entrepreneurship development programmes
Dhaatri is a resource centre for women and children’s rights. The Centre is an initiative to represent the voices, perspective and campaigns of rural, adivasi and marginalized women in India and for the protection of the rights of their children. Dhaatri helps women access information, research, capacity building and exchange of skills and strategies