NGOs India : NGO Network of India – To support By Ceo

NGO Project

What is required for NGO Project Proposal:

In the project proposal, NGO has to explain the requirement of the area, requirement of the community and the masses/people they are working for betterment and upliftment. More clearly in projects proposal NGO has to explain, describe, clarify, define, illustrate and justify information regarding issues, problems, requirement to fulfill and has to explain for the problems, objectives, purpose, plan, motive, justified reasons, requirements to get funds for betterment and to improve and promote the beneficiaries for resolving, achieving and implementing the plan.

How to write Project Proposals

Now the main question is how to prepare, write and submit projects, project proposals and in which format and pattern prepare and submit proposals, what information and issues are included to focus the main problems and necessities and where and to whom submit?
How to prepare, write and develop proposals is matter of the expert persons, groups, organisations and consultants. If you know any experienced expert or consultant in your area that is already working to prepare documents, projects and proposals, you can contact him/her/them or you have to contact other new consultant in this regard.
Role of Consultant: Main matter regarding to contact and decide any consultant is that the role of consultant is just to suggest the projects, suggest about the Funding agencies who are providing funds in certain areas, certain issues and certain beneficiaries; about the Government Departments and donors. The role of NGO consultant and NGO consultancy is to prepare documents according to exact requirement and formats and suggest to submit through proper channel.At funding part the role of consultant is just to observe and prepare your NGO’s profile, prepare documents, prepare project and guide you to submit it .

Releated

Releated Some Projects For NGO in India.

Project Scope

Exposure to art is of great importance and helps expand a child’s vision, inculcate a sense of discipline and helps him/her dream. Through this project, children have the option to learn kathak, tabla, vocal music, theatre, art, craft and pottery. The engagement of each child in these art forms is process oriented. Professionals trained in various arts and performing arts are an integral part of this program who come to the centre and train the children in their respective fields of interest..

Project Need

The JP Narayan Trust works towards providing a learning environment for children, who belong to marginalized socio-economic sections of society – a large majority of whose parents are illiterate/ semi-literate and work as domestic servants, industrial workers, rickshaw-pullers, street vendors, plumbers and carpenters. The main objective of the Arts & Performing Arts program is to explore the uniqueness within each child and bring their creativity to the fore.

Project Scope

This project is designed for children whose mothers are working as maids, rag pickers, vegetable/ fruit vendors, helpers in hospitals etc. In order to encourage children to go to school, Deep Griha Society offers to take care of children while their mothers are working – providing them with food, medical assistance of required, and a safe and caring environment. As a result of the project, the economic standard of the family also improves.

Project Need

The benefits of the project is twofold: Mothers can take up jobs to improve the economic status of family and the education and safety of all the children in the family (including the youngest ones) is maintained..

Project Scope

The overall objective of this Project is to create sustainable livelihoods for urban underprivileged youths (with equal focus on girls) by training / orienting them in marketable skills. The project will facilitate placements in jobs, thus enabling a dignified livelihood leading to improvement in socio economic status of individual adolescent including status of girls, their family and society with a focus on improving and providing better health support to adolescent girls.

Project Need

The need is to train and teach the youth in order to make a better, educated and secure society. The underprivileged youth targeted come from marginalized communities (i.e. of daily wage laborers, uneducated families, etc). Due to lack of training, they end up working at construction sites or doing household services. This project fulfills the demand and supply gap of the industry as well as fulfills the need of the underprivileged youth by imparting them marketable skills.

Project Scope

This project is about creating an online pool of opportunities (scholarships, internships, events, competitions and more) across domains (technology, arts and design, business, entrepreneurship, sciences, medicine, sports and more) for students and fresh graduates from around the country. Students and young professionals are encouraged to share opportunities which are made easy using a simple post-publish mechanism on Let Me Knows online portal.

Project Need

Youth, particularly those in Tier II and Tier III colleges, in India continue to remain uninformed about opportunities that can help them build skills and improve their career prospects. Internships, scholarships, events, workshops and competitions can help often them take huge leaps professionally. The purpose of the project is two fold - To increase awareness about opportunities; improve quality of and access to information and to create a culture of sharing opportunities amongst youth (which currently does not exist)

Project Scope

This project will reduce the gap between organizers of opportunities (companies, universities, nonprofits, international organizations, and government) and students/young professionals. The project hopes to build an easy and simple online interface for organizers to create, post, and publish opportunities, invite entries, accept applications, interact with consumers of opportunities (the public), and manage the entire process smoothly.

Project Need

The project will provide organizers access to a larger talent pool for the opportunities they make available, which is at present, difficult to do so effectively. Further, the project aims to bring down advertising costs for SMEs/universities/nonprofits and create entirely new marketing channels dedicated to connecting organizers with students & young-professionals.

Project Scope

This programme hopes to make students sentient of their dreams. The project will explore the minds of the youth to different career options available thereby empowering the youth to make a career choice more efficiently and accurately.

Project Need

The backbone of the country is the youth, who comprise 45% of the nations population. The SYD project helps young people make independent, and fearless decisions about their life and career, and strives to create a generation of idealistic and innovative students realize their dreams.

Project Scope

The project will ensure an in-house and better environment and to generate interest about education among the deprived tribal students at KISS. All the poor and deprived 1300 tribal students of 9th and 10th class of KISS will be provided with Uniform, study materials, stationery and bed arrangements to study and stay in the residential campus. By this the interest level among the poor tribal children will increase for education.

Project Need

In India there is an amalgam of 437 Tribes and Orissa includes 62 of them. Total Tribal Population in India counts to 20 millions, out of which 7 millions (approx.), constituting 24% of the State’s total population reside in Orissa. Despite being a rich state in terms of mines & minerals & natural resources, Orissa has not made any real progress and removal of illiteracy holds the key to all programmes of tribal development. This project will increase level of interest in education among the poor tribal children.

Project Scope

Avanti Fellows identifies bright high school students from poor homes and provides them mentorship, training and financial aid in the years leading to university and continuing all through their years in university. Each Avanti Fellow is paired with his/ her mentor, a student from a premier university, who provides guidance and support. The fellow is also enrolled at a partner-coaching institute for competitive exam preparation and English language training. Avanti also runs a dedicated training and placement cell that provide assistance in securing internships and jobs for their ‘Fellows’.

Project Need

There is a systemic bias against poor students gaining admission to and succeeding at India’s premier universities. Students from poor homes have limited access to additional coaching for competitive exams due to the high fees charged for such tutoring, and those who do clear the entrance exams have trouble coping due to their lack of fluency in English and inaccess to professional networks.