From animal adoptions to surgeries, Friendicoes pulls off miracles on extremely slender budgets.
The WWF’s caring, big-picture approach makes it the first stop for all Indian animal lovers.
One of the biggest and friendliest animal NGOs, the Blue Cross handles key animal rights issues, especially in Western India.
John Wood’s Room To Read has over 4,900-plus micro-libraries in India. His approach ensures that local readers feel a sense of ownership about their one-room libraries.
Aside from its thriving publishing house, Pratham has been on the frontlines of research into education in India, how it works, and how to make it better.
Life Set works with children from all backgrounds, drawing on the experience of two NGOs over twenty years, to impart a unique set of educational and life skills.
Residencies for writers in India
For writers working on “aspects of the history of independent India”, generous fellowships to fund the research and writing of non-fiction books.