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The Shamdasani Foundation
PO Box 97764
TST, Kowloon Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2735-6544 Fax: (852) 2730-7090
UK-based businessman Raj Loomba, the founder chairman of the Pushpawati Loomba Trust, a UK-based charity aims to provide education to a hundred children of poor widows in each State in India.
Vibha has supported more than 150 projects in India to enable child development. see and email your project proposals to
EMMS, UK, trains medical students for work overseas. It is involved in primary healthcare programmes in India e.g. and can support your hospital, clinic, or healthcare activity.
Infinity Foundation is calling for project proposals to do research and/or develop educational materials, whose objective would be to improve the authenticity of portrayal of Indian traditions in the educational system. These projects would result in one or more of the following: books, curriculum development, articles, conferences, CD-ROMs, digital slide shows, Internet presentations, and audio/video materials. Topics covered may include: philosophy, history, religion, science, art and sociology, as they pertain to the educational curricula on Indic traditions.
AID - Association for India's Development is voluntary, not-for-profit organization organization
that supports a wide variety of
social service and development projects addressing problems such as
literacy, health care, rural credit, vocational training, women's empowerment and children's see

UNDP - The United Nations Development Programme is actively involved in supporting the national development priorities of India for the last five decades. Historically, UNDP has supported India in strengthening its national institutions and in the dissemination of advanced know-how in diverse areas. The directions for the Country Programme (2003-2007) have emerged from rigorous assessment of the outcomes of on-going programmes and in-depth consultations with diverse state-holders, in close collaboration with the Government. The Country Programme (2003-2007) covers 5 thematic areas:

-Human Development: From Analysis to Action
-Rural and Urban Livelihoods for Human Development
-Community Centred Natural Resource Management
-Decentralization and Participatory Planning
-Disaster Mitigation and Vulnerability Reduction

GEXSI brokers "development deals" and partnerships world-wide among organizations and investors. See and email
The Levi Strauss Foundation provides grants to nonprofit organizations to support programs that
educate policy makers on the need to include human rights protections in trade agreements;
increase local monitoring and enforcement of labor and health and safety laws;
educate workers about their rights and increase their knowledge of financial literacy and health issues; and/or
create positive partnerships between non-profit organizations and contractors.
Details are at
NABUUR Foundation dream of giving tens of thousands of local communities (‘Villages’) in developing countries access to the resources they need to solve their problems. Resources that are available elsewhere in the world: information, existing solutions, expertise, ideas, manpower, money. See
helps women and girls improve their economic perspectives and social conditions
IASL - International Association of School Librarianship, USA, funds school libraries in developing countries to purchase books. Each grant is for US$1,000.
IDRF supports NGOs on a project-by-project basis in areas concerning children, women, healthcare, education and tribal welfare. email . see or
Johnson & Johnson's charitable efforts include a number of campaigns to promote the health and safety of children. See
The American India Foundation is dedicated to provide a secure channel for philanthropic funding in the US and its effective utilization in India in partnership with best-of-breed NGO’s, foundations and non-profit organizations. Contact
The Nippon Foundation, Japan, works actively to eliminate Leprosy in India.
see the Nippon Foundation Library at and search for 'India leprosy'
International Donor Organizations

Asian Development Bank
Australian Agency for International Development (AusAid)
Australian High Commission (AHC)
Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)
Commission of European Community (CEC)
Department for International Development (DFID)
Embassy of Japan
Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO)
Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES)
Hanns Seidel Foundation (HSF)
Heinrich Boll Foundation (HBF)
International Labour Organisation (ILO)
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Netherlands Organisation for International Development Cooperation (NOVIB)
Oxford Committee for Famine Relief (OXFAM)
Plan International
Save the Children, UK
Social Action Programme (SAP)
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC)
Swiss NGO Programme Office (SNPO)/Inter Cooperation Switzerland
The Asia Foundation
The German Agency for Technical Cooperation (GTZ)
The Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund of Japan (OECF)
The Royal Netherlands Embassy
The World Bank (WB)
Trust Voluntary Organisation (TVO)
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
United Nations Educational Scientific Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)
United Nations International Drug Control Programme (UNDCP)
United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
World Food Programme (WFP)

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