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All of My Gaon’s partners have been carefully hand-picked in order to select only the best and most proven rural welfare organizations. Each of our partners is an expert in one or more core development issues: education, women empowerment, skill development, water, sanitation, and health care. 

You may verify any of our partners’ credibility by visiting their My Gaon profiles and downloading their registration papers, certifications, and financial statements.

EDUCATION

Vidyarambam Trust: Vidyarambam is dedicated to providing enjoyable quality education to less-privileged and under-achieving children at the pre-primary, primary and secondary levels, encouraging them to successfully continue their education. In the coming years, Vidyarambam plans to i) increase its presence from 8 to 14 districts in Tamil Nadu; ii) expand to provide Easy Learning English (ELE) to government secondary schools in the Chennai; and iii) replicate the success of its model school in one other district. Registered as a Not for profit Organization, donors enjoy 100% tax exemption under section 35 AC and 50% exemption under section 80 G of the Income Tax act. 

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

Association for Sustainable Community Development: Association for Sustainable Community Development (ASSCOD) is a registered voluntary organization formed in 1994 with operations in rural districts of Tamil Nadu. The organization originally focused on health issues of the poor people since its inception. In the year 2000, ASSCOD has gradually expanded its focus on promoting the social and mainly the economic development of the rural poor through women empowerment, health and education projects. They devised major development activities based on Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).  At the core of ASSCOD's innovative approach is the Community-Based-Organization (CBO) framework, which provides them with a valuable entry point to rural communities and enables us to effectively implement changes at the grassroots for local populations.

HEALTH CARE

Ekam FoundationEkam Foundation was started by Dr. Sailakshmi in the year 2007 to ensure that no child in India is denied access to health care. Ekam works towards achieving 0 child and maternal mortality in India and is successfully working with the Government healthcare system in Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Chattisgarh to ensure this.

WATER & SANITATION

Leaf Society: Leadership through Education and Action Foundation – LEAF Society – is a not for profit voluntary organization that runs water & sanitation, Right to Information,  income generation & rights based education projects in Namakkal, Tamil Nadu. LEAF is supported by Arghyam for its water & sanitation project and ANSA – SAR for the Right to Information project. 

Dhan Foundation: Development of Humane Action (DHAN) Foundation was formed in 1997 with a mission to build people and institutions for development innovations and scaling up to enable poor communities for poverty reduction and self-reliance. DHAN is headquartered in Madurai, Tamil Nadu and runs programmes in over 50 districts across the country.

MIGRANT ENGAGEMENT PARTNER

IIT Madras Alumni Association: For over five decades, IIT Madras (IITM) has played a significant role in sparking the minds of India's brightest. With over 42,000 alumni all over the world, one of the mandates taken up by the IIT Madras Alumni Association (IITMAA) is of leveraging the expertise, resources and networks of IITM alumni towards positive soical change.

IITMAA has adopted the MyGaon.org as its official Social Impact Project, thereby encouraging widespread engagement of IITM alumni with their native villages. 

 
 
 
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