1) What is ICFDR’s mission?
To have a happy and healthy world, sustainable environment where all of us see the truth and none experience suffering.
2) What is ICFDR?
ICFDR is a non-profit social organization working for upliftment of marginalized and weaker sections of society. ICFDR focuses on holistic development, operating in field of Education, Health, Empowerment, Environment and Wellbeing. ICFDR advocates and works for eradicating extreme poverty and hunger, promoting universal primary education, human rights, gender equality and empowerment, improving maternal health and reducing child mortality rates and other diseases, ensuring environmental sustainability and fostering a global alliance for development.
3) How did ICFDR get started?
ICFDR is legally formed in 2013, however the process started way back in 2007. When we felt there is need for an organisation of individuals and professionals to work on overall development. An organisation opens space for participants to work in their areas of interest. The people behind ICFDR believe each one of us can make a difference.
4) Where does ICFDR get its funding from?
To run its operation and projects ICFDR accepts monetary donations from individuals, companies, governments or organisations. We’re serious about effective utilised funds and we ensure each donor funds are in the area of their interest with checks and balances in place. We depend on the donations of our supporters to carry on our campaigns and projects.
We try to keep ourselves focussed on the tasks (campaigns and programs) that its supporters have donated for. Please feel free to inquire how your contribution was utilised.
Our accounts books are audited every year, so you can see exactly how much money we’re given and how it gets spent.
5) What kind of projects/campaigns ICFDR does?
We are ready to take on any task within our objectives covering any of the operational areas like Education, Health Awareness, Empowerment & Rights, and Environment.
We are execute in house designed projects and campaigns, and are also opening to collaborating with governments and various organisations on projects within our mentioned fields.
6) Does ICFDR works on government and international agencies programs?
Yes! We feel, there is permanent the need for partnership between a governments and civil society organizations for effective and efficient development and it’s a collective responsibility. We are open to partnership arrangements and project implementation, especially with international bodies, government and the social services organization as thus may go a long way in the development and implementation of comprehensive social campaigns and projects.
For more information about social work in India or details on various options to participate in social work with an NGO – volunteering, fundraising, internships, donating, operations and projects, please contact us. If you are looking for specific an information in a particular social field – check our Areas of Focus section. In near future, we plan to adopt a school in rural India. You may also like to read NGOs’ FAQs about social work or about partnering in your Corporate Social Responsibility. You also can mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian Centre for Development and Rights is a non-profit operational and campaign humanitarian organization focusing on long term projects and awareness in the areas of – Education, Health, Empowerment and Environment. We seek to strive for a better society through volunteer initiatives, events, campaigns, and collaborated projects. Learn more at www.icfdr.org