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We are woking across the country, especially in the very remote parts of the country exploring the best NGOs of the region and making them a part of our Networking system.

Our Causes

Causes For which Lead India Charity rally is established and starting its rally are:

Save Girl Child, Shelters for Women & Awareness to Respect Women

Traditions and rituals outline the existence of the Indian girl child. Amidst uproars of gender equality and law enforcement, female infants are still found dumped in trash, by the dozens, while unborn fetuses continue to be sniffed in the womb. Wrought with discrimination and prejudiced by rituals, our society has dealt the girl child a rough hand, starting even before birth, till the dark of life.

At www.leadindiafoundation.org we show you the world from the eyes of a girl child, bright but unprivileged, twinkle in the eye, but remorse in the spirit; the Indian girl child, a picture of dismay.

Save Girl Child is a social endeavor under the auspices of The Organization for Eradication of Illiteracy and Poverty www.charityrallyleadindia.org All over the world, millions of girls and women suffer a tremendous amount of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse and pain. Many girls suffer terrible things growing up at the hands of their own family members or relatives, and some women feel trapped and put up with abusive husbands in the confines of their own home. The depth of pain, fear, and hopelessness they must feel is unimaginable. The vast majority of abuse stems from men and societies in which girls and women are almost treated like animals, and yet while it's a generalization to say that all men are perverse or degenerate, the fear and suspicion of that potential remains, and the evidences of it naturally take many forms. In this light, I struggle with even the association and stigma in being a man, and all the negatives that are part of it.

So what can I do about it? While I cannot fix the world, I can ensure that I respond with respect and sensitivity to women by listening, encouraging, and complimenting them every chance I get. It is my hope that something in these pages encourages others to do the same. Respect should always be mutual, but all too often it seems women are not esteemed or treated with the tact and kindness they deserve. I have found this to be true not only in the more obvious places such as secular high schools, but sometimes even in the Christian workplace, which is all the more disturbing

Bhikari Mitao Bhook Mitao: A Beggar and Hunger Free India
Shelters for the homeless. At least to ensure they have a roof over their heads. We need more shelters all over the country - I rarely see any. Also, appoint supervisors for these shelters to ensure they are safe. (In fact, beggars themselves could be hired by these shelters for odd jobs.)

The Scholarship Project building relationships with schools, colleges, universities and charities with a longer term view to lay the foundations for the scholarship project as run by Lead Indiain Lead

Skill training. "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day; teach him how to fish and he eats everyday." These programs should be integrated with the shelters, and target women, older people and young adults in particular. This ensures that they can get work later on. This might even be a solution to the traditional crafts which are "dying out" due to lack of craftsmen.

Low-interest loans. Preferably to a syndicate of people so they can start their own business Through IDEAL INDIAN project. Discourage taking private loans from moneylenders who rip people off.

Educate people. Abolish superstitions. The kids should be in school - not picking pockets or shoplifting. Period. Superstitions may seem irrelevant but a major cause of financial problems is the constant spending on rituals and sacrifices and such.

Spread awareness about alcohol and cigarette addiction. I've seen men who are barely dressed, standing drunk in front of a bar at 9 AM in the morning, waiting for it to open. Poor people tend to smoke beedis/cheroots but even those cost precious money. Concentration should be on teenagers who are just getting exposed to them.

Make stricter laws regarding child labour and crack down on people who exploit kids. Right now nobody gives a damn because everybody knows the government doesn't.

If all these are followed, then over time I think India can be a "beggar free" nation. But it has to be a joint effort on the part of everyone - the government and the citizens. Otherwise it becomes just another corrupt welfare scheme.






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