ActionAid India –Best NGO in India working for Child & Women’s rights
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Child’s right to childhood
Saving the Farmer, Protecting the Earth
Promoting women entrepreneurs
Humanitarian response to emergencies


  • 6417
    Villages Reached
  • 765921
    Families Reached
  • 3864727
    People Directly Benefited
  • 6417
    Women Benefited
  • 1220407
    Children Benefited

awards & testimonials

“ActionAid India is one of the most trusted and highly professional NGOs. I have been associated with them for more than 2 years. They provide regular updates on the donations I make, along with the progress report of the child I am supporting. Good job by the entire ActionAid team.”... Read More...

Himanshu Bakshi

“ActionAid is actually [a] pretty good organisation… I am with ActionAid since three years. They [are] always ahead to provide something good towards society, for which sometimes we didn't get time for. So since last three years I am … sponsoring a child, Roshni Ram and it feels good from... Read More...

Kaustubh Joshi


ActionAid partners with numerous organizations ranging from grass-roots organizations who actively engage with the most disadvantaged sections of society to large corporates who help make a considerable difference to the battle against poverty through logistical, financial and other support

what’s new(s)

Co-operatives and Decent work – Model for Sustainable Economic Futures...

Kerala and Online | 15-November-2021 | 2:30 am

Lecture series: Contemporary Agrarian Systems in the Global South

SAA Auditorium, JNU, New Delhi | 27-February-2020 | 2:30 am

stories of change

Humanitarian Response to Cyclones Tauktae and Yaas

In May 2021, as India witnessed a steep...

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Saving Lives, Rebuilding the Future

As in the first wave of COVID-19, during...

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Saving Lives, Saving Futures | ActionAid Association Responds to COVID-19 Second Wave

Saving Lives, Rebuilding the Future ActionAid Association is doing its...

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How Rukma’s Tumour Was Treated | Transforming Lives of De-Notified Tribal Communities in Rajasthan

74-year-old Rukma works as a waste-picker, living in the Gujar...

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