Excellent collections of NGOs grouped by focus

by ameetdesh on Sep 22, 2007      Category: Useful Resources Tags: ngos library reference

This is a superb reference at Changemakers.net, sister concern of Ashoka foundation.
Checkout collection pane on left side.
It contains info, notable features, webaddress, and most importantly contact info of selected NGOs, organizationsgrouped by focus areas. I think it is very exhaustive & quality reference. A perfect resource for networking with likeminded people.

I am pasting the focus areas here. If you are interested in an area. Be sure to browse the listing!

aging
appropriate technology
arts & culture
biodiversity & environment
business-social bridge
children
communications
conflict mediation & resolution
disabilities
documentary
education & learning
effective governance
health
HIV/AIDS
human rights & legal reform
indigenous peoples & culture
journalism
microenterprise & income generation
natural resources
population
rural development
social entrepreneurship
sustainable community development
technology:
possibilities and impacts
transportation
urban issues
water
women and gender equity
youth: issues and opportunities

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ameetdesh

I am doctoral student at UC San Diego. I am interested in Economics and role of appropriate Technology in development and education. With the internet, the world has become a small place, with best practices in various fields accessible at mouseclick. In future I would like to play such rolw of a cr.....read more

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nitiniitk's picture

Very useful. I especially like the fact that they make the contact information for NGOs very easily accessible.

Another website http://IndianNGOs.com seems to have a large database of NGOs, however, I was not able to email IDs of NGOs, and the site looks a bit convoluted!

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