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Volunteer in India in Human Rights Work

Sadhana Forest India

Join a group of volunteers headed to India

Auroville, India. March 4 - March 31, 2018
Participate in reforestation in this eco-friendly, rural village in India! Help to reforest 70 acres of severely eroded land, in order to recreate the Tropical Dry Evergreen Forest indigenous to this area.

NIRMAN

Bhubaneswar, India, South Asia.
We are a charity working for small-scale indigenous farmers and forest dependent communities in India

Locted in Puducherry, India is involved in bringiing skills and knowlege to the people who need thorugh international and local volunteers

“Jeevan jyoti jan kalyan Kendra gomia to initiate, support and conduct research as well as action to develop and create self-reliance, empowerment and equity in society through knowledge, action and economizing available and additional resources”

EMPOWER INDIA

Volunteer with civil and social engagement in India!

Tuticorin, India, South Asia.
EMPOWER INDIA is a civil society organisation working with grassroots communities for the past 26 years.

Rosary Trust

Tirunelveli, India, South Asia.
We help Dalits the most oppressed people in India.

Human Rights Organization , Short Stay Home for distressed Women ,Women Empowerment , Education

Rural Educational Activities for Development (READ)

Help women and children in the areas of maternal health, self-help & sustainability!

Berhampur, India, South Asia.
READ is an NGO working for the empowerment of women, children & livelihood development.

Campion Educational & Welfare Foundation is a Non Govenmental Organisation (NGO) organisation working in the fields of education, health, vocational trainings, especially for the bonded laborers working in the hills and the plains of Darjeeling and the youth, women and children development programs.

We are a non-profit organization working for the improvement in the quality of life of marginalized women and children. Our focus is also to train and develop youngsters in the rural and urban area.

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