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Tamil nadu

Odisha

Karnataka
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Projects

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The North East Regional Office of ActionAid India, headed by Mrinal Gohain, is located in the city of Guwahati. It manages long term and short term initiatives in the states of Assam, Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland and Mizoram. These projects that span across districts like Tinsukia, Morigaon, Chandel, Mamit and Lakhimpur directly reaches out to about 93,000 people largely from the tribal communities in the region.

projects

ActionAid is a global movement of people working together to further human rights and defeat poverty for all.

Peoples Action for Development
Peoples Action for Development

"With a vision of an equal and just society where people strive to live a healthy life in...

Since: 2012

Sadiya
Sadiya

"The first time NEADS was formally associated with ActionAid was during the severe flood of 2004. ActionAid was...

Since: 2007

Centre for Peace and Development
Centre for Peace and Development

Centre for peace and development (CPD) was established in the year 2005 working with marginalized population which has...

Since: 2011

stories of change

  • No arms, legs but spirit high
    The brutal attack on Bant...
  • Sarbani Barman: In Search of a New Horizon
    Durganagar Marine Fisherwomen’s Collective at Durganagar...
  • Mariam Toppo - a leader dedicated to the well-being of her community
    Mariam Toppo, a 61-year-old woman...

blog

Agriculture in Budget 2017: Radical change in approach needed
Reiterating historical injustice in Odisha   
The plight of ‘lost souls’ in homeless women shelters

events

Collective Social Responsibility is the New CSR - Mumbai
Discussion on the Issues of Children & Release of Report on the Status of Ashram Schools in Odisha
Photo Exhibition

GALLERY

  • Collective Social Responsibility is the New CSR - Mumbai
  • Discussion on the Issues of Children & Release of Report on the Status of Ashram Schools in Odisha
  • Photo Exhibition
  • Collective Social Responsibility is the New CSR
  • Ambedkar and Democracy