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Human rights protection

Environment-building emphasizes strengthening the domestic laws and policies, institutions, and actors that help safeguard against abuses. Programming areas include:

– Strengthening the capacity of human rights
– Training justice and security sector personnel
– Ensuring a country’s national laws and policies

Our Projects

Mahanagar Vishesh Shala (Divyangjan)

Like the world-changers who support our organization, we are focused on making a long-term impact by helping kids living in poverty. We have a bold vision: graduating healthy, educated, empowered and employed young adults from our program.

The students supported by our programs face major barriers to accessing education; many are orphaned, living in extreme poverty or dealing with other difficult family circumstances.

What is Charity all about

A better life for young women can mean many things. A girl who completes her schooling grows into a woman who is better able to look after her health and that of her children. By finishing schooling herself, she will care more that her children finish theirs and be better able to support them while they are in school

About MVs

Mahanagar Vishesh Shala
(Divyangjan) is SOPAN’s collaborative project with Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM). It was started with a mission of educating and training children and adolescents with disabilities, from amongst the urban poor population of Mumbai. CDD was established as a response to meet the educational needs of special needs children who were identified through the disability survey conducted by SOPAN team in the K Ward of Mumbai city.

Due to economic and social factors the children had never attended a school, and in serious need for training and therapeutic intervention. The Centre began functioning in November 2010. CDD provides free service to children from 6 to 18 years with developmental disabilities such as intellectual disability, cerebral palsy and autism etc. CDD aims to provide the children, education and life skills training to be productive members of society in future.

More than 100 children are enrolled in MVs. The services offered range from psychological assessment, special education, occupational therapy, physiotherapy and speech therapy. Upon admission a child undergoes intensive assessment by the multi-disciplinary team which then draws up an individual education program for each child. Additionally, every child is encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities such as physical education and sports, dance and music.

MVs also provides supportive and remedial education to children with learning disability who are enrolled in a general school but require specialized help for coping with the demands of their class curriculum. Since, the children belong to lower socio-economic group, parent training and counseling is an important area. Workshops, seminars, focus group discussions and counseling sessions are frequently held for MVs parents to enable them acquire needed skills for coping with and managing their children effectively.

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the future of the world.

Climate change

Focused on innovative solutions

The Nature Conservancy is focused on innovative solutions that match the urgency of this crisis.

Protect Land and Water

Saving iconic landscapes on Earth

Building from our past and working with governments, corporations, other partners and you.

Build Healthy Cities

Working to make our cities resilient

Cities are expanding their footprint at an alarming rate, human health and access to food and water at risk.

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Our causes

We help more than 23k children every year

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We improved millions of lives and helped thousands of children

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Do your homework

A key step to take before getting into any partnership is to gather all the information available about your future partner. Does their strategy seem well defined and is there any evidence their work is hitting the target? Have a look at their financial reports, whether there is any news coverage, and see how the money is being spent and what their priorities are. But also remember to check the trustee board: how many of them are there? Are they in touch with what’s going on?

Once you’ve found the ideal partner, think carefully about what you are trying to achieve together. A close partnerships with a clear plan translates into tangible and measurable results. However, crucial to this process is communication and openness: the more employees, investors, customers, and the broader community understand about the partnership, the more they will be able to help in achieving the goals set, by playing an active role or by becoming good ambassadors.

Clearer goals, better outcomes

Monitoring and feedback

Focused on innovative solutions

Close monitoring and clear evaluation of the projects will allow you to report concrete results back to your stakeholders, while creating a space for reflection to understand what might have gone wrong and whether there is space for improvement.

Strong partnership

Productive cooperation

There is no doubt that productive cooperation between an NGO and a business can be demanding. However, when done right, strong partnerships will bring larger benefits for companies and achieve far more long-term and tangible results for the charity and for wider society.

Strong results

Stakeholders involved

Charityfy work have a lot in common with doing business: goals have to be set and results evaluated. By doing so, you can learn more about what you are achieving and whether there is room for betterment in the delivery of effective and meaningful change.

key outcomes

What makes us diferent?

Community centers

We’ve built 80 centers globally. There, kids get access to education centers, medical offices, libraries, playgrounds and more.

Data-driven approach

We track measurable progress with a research agency to prove we’re making a real impact on our kids.


Programs change by age and country to ensure that our kids graduate healthy, educated, empowered, and employed.


Hello, my name is Michael and I am 7 years old and I want to be an astronaut when I grow up.


Hello, my name is Isaiah and I am 12 years old and I want to be a doctor when I grow up.


Hello, my name is Samantha and I am 6 years old and I want to be a ballet dancer when I grow up.

We model

To that end we model courage, we champion courage, we share stories of courageous acts by our supporters and allies, we invite people out of their comfort zones to take courageous action with us, individually in their daily lives, and in community with others who share our commitment to a better world.

A green and peaceful future is our quest.

The heroes of our story are all of us who believe that better world is not only within reach, but being built today. The demons we must wrestle are the stories that are holding back a better world: that change is “impossible”, “too expensive”, “naive”, “impractical.” Stories that are rooted in apathy, cynicism, and despair and tell all of us we’re too small, too few, too weak to change the world. We believe the story of the human journey is better than that.