Jhajjar NGOs

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

FOOD, Jhajjar

Add: Mata Gate, Jhajjar
Jhajjar
Pin: 124103
Haryana
Contact Person: Virender
Purpose: To provide food who need it.
Aim/Objective/Mission: Prevent wastage of food & provide who need it.
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Yuva Vahini, Jhajjar

Add: Chhara, Jhajjar
Jhajjar
Pin: 124504
Haryana
Contact Person: Manjeet Singh
Purpose: Empowerment of rural youth.
Aim/Objective/Mission: All round development of rural youths.
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Yuva Sports Club, Jhajjar

Add: V.P.O., Dhandlan
Jhajjar
Pin: 124107
Haryana
Contact Person: Amit Ahlawat, Sunil Ahlawat
Purpose: Play India
Aim/Objective/Mission: To help youth, perticular in villages, for competition at world level in sports n make sports culture as vibrant as in europe.
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Centre for Advancement of Village Economy, Jhajjar

Add: Dhana, Sahlawas
Jhajjar
Pin: 124146
Haryana
Contact Person: Roshan Lal
Purpose: Aged, Agriculture, Child welfare, Development(General), Education, Environment, Health, Human Rights, Local Administration, Rural Development, Sanitation, Training, Water, Women’s issues
Aim/Objective/Mission: CAVE seeks to promote people centered development initiatives and act as a catalyst in promoting learning through experiences. The approach of the organisation is based on participatory philosophy, provide space to all for a meaningful contribution in the process of development. The shared vision of CAVE is to ensure access to information to all, especially oppressed and the disadvantaged sections for their empowerment.
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Gramin Yuva Shiksha Society, Jhajjar

Add: Near Bus Stand, Dighal
Jhajjar
Pin: 124107
Haryana
Contact Person: Manoj Kumar
Purpose: Social awareness.
Aim/Objective/Mission: To encourage support group on problems affecting rural communities. To set up libraries and reading rooms conduct. Study classes and organised cultural activities. To carry out surveys relating to the socioeconomic aspects of rural life. To make rural people conscious of their right and responsibilities enabling them to strive for honest efficient administration, speedier justice and for better education, health and other services. To encourage the rural people to adopt the largest technology in the real of education. To create employment opportunities for women and youth through vocational training facilities to trace out skilled force of woman, youth. To run first aid and primary health centre. To bring in to being mobile dispensaries. To carry out immunization nutrition –of – health medical check-up and blood donation programmes. To propagate family planning schemes by supporting social programmes like marketing in North etc.
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