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8th April 2016, 03:49 PM
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Re: NGO Names List in India

Hello, here I am providing you the details of the name list of the top NGOs of India as under:

Types of NGO:
Due to the multifarious nature of the realms of NGOs’ operations, several acronyms have been coined to categorize the NGOs.
BINGO: “ Business-friendly International NGO”
TANGO: “Technical Assistance NGO”
TSO: “Third Sector Organization”
GONGO: “Government Operated NGOs”
DONGO: “Donor Organized NGO”
INGO: “International NGO”
QUANGO: “Quasi-Autonomous NGO”
National NGO: “ A non-governmental NGO that exists only in one country”
CSO: “Civil Society Organization”
ENGO: “Environmental NGO”,such as Greenpeace and WWF
NNGO: “Northern NGO”
PANGO: Party NGO i.e. NGO set up by parties and used as a front for political matters.
SNGO: “Southern NGO”
SCO: “Social Change NGO”
TNGO: “Transnational NGO”
GSO: “Grassroots Support Organization”
MANGO: “Market Advocacy Organization”
NGDO: “Non-governmental Development Organization”

Top 10 NGOs of India:
SAMMAAN FOUNDATION (established January 25, 2007): Originally established to link the poor to the mainstream through education, training and financial support, the current project of this NGO involves the rickshaw pullers to help them earn a better livelihood.

AKSHAYA TRUST: The sole aim of this NGO is to restore human dignity. Operating in Madurai, this NGO offers rehabilitation, healthy food and care to the street destitute.

LEPRA Society: This NGO aims at prevention and control of diseases like AIDS, leprosy and tuberculosis in poor communities.

HELPAGE INDIA: Established in 1978, the sole aim of this NGO is to provide resources to the elderly people of our country.

DEEPALAYA: This NGO aims at providing education to the children living in the slums of Delhi.

GOONJ: A recipient of the “NGO of the Year” award in 2007 at the India NGO Awards, this NGO aims at solving the clothing problems of the downtrodden.

SMILE FOUNDATION: The main aim of this NGO is the rehabilitation of the underprivileged by providing them education and healthcare services, thereby converting them into productive assets.

UDAAN WELFARE FOUNDATION: The main aim of this NGO is to help the destitute, the main area of stress being women, children and senior citizens and also environmental welfare.

PRATHAM: The main aim of this NGO is to provide education to the children living in the huge slums of Mumbai and even providing education to those people who are unable to go to school.

UDAY FOUNDATION: A New Delhi-based NGO, the Uday Foundation provides support to the parents and families of children suffering from congenital disorders and other syndromes.

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