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Saransh Handicrafts is a Charitable Trust working with people with Disability in Villages of India. Saransh Handicrafts was registered at Bangalore under Indian Trust Act on 1st June 2006. Saransh primarily works towards the betterment of the disabled / Handicapped in Villages.

Saransh believes in promoting equal participation of the disabled / handicapped and their women in community, society with enhanced visibility and facilitate their overall development by providing resources and creating a bridge between the haves and the have-nots and to support the disabled craftsmen & their women.


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SOCARE IND PDF Print E-mail
Society Care for Indigent
“Together we can make a difference”
 
One Sunday June afternoon in the year 1999, a retired Reserve Bank Officer had a day dream, passion, secretly nurtured for a lifetime – unusual, but yet practical. The result, a magnificent lower bloomed to be named as “SOCARE IND”. SOCARE was inaugurated on the 17th of July 999, with 2 kids of the convicts, undergoing life term in the Bangalore Central Jail. Backed by well meaning middle class friends and relatives, a trust was immediately registered with 9 trustees and started functioning in the ground floor house of the founder secretary Mr. Venkata Raghavachari Mani.
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Janaagraha PDF Print E-mail

Janaagraha started in December 2001, with the conviction that citizen participation is central not just for greater accountability of government, but for better-quality governance, for equitable outcomes and for collective ownership. The focus of Janaagraha’s work in urban India and Bangalore has been the pilot laboratory for our grassroots activity. Our first campaign - participatory budgeting in the ward - proved overwhelmingly that people do care and want to participate- so long as the process is scientific, fair and transparent.

Visit http://www.janaagraha.org/ for more details

 
Sahana Charitable Trust for the Disabled PDF Print E-mail
Sahana was registered as a charitable trust in November 2003. The main aim of Sahana is to help the physically challenged people to be self reliant. Sahana currently has ten trustees out of which five are visually impaired.

SAHANA CHARITABLE TRUST FOR THE DISABLED
1031, 11TH main road,
Hampinagar,
Bangalore - 560 040
Phone: +91 80 23116699
 

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