Indian NGO plays a major role in the development of Children, Disabled, Education, Elderly, Employment, Environment, Health, Human Rights, Women, and Youth sectors with the help of Indian Government social welfare schemes and other organizational resources. There are several causes and social sectors which are adopted by the Indian NGO. The NGO community has different shapes like Trust, Society, and Foundation who are working for various social causes. Some of them are as follows.
Nonprofit organizations work for Child health, Child abuse, Child physical abuse, Child sexual abuse, Child labour, and several other children issues like Shelter, Education, Health, Day Care Centers, Child Rehabilitation, Child Rights, Child Abuse, Child Adoption, street children issues and Child Prostitution.
Several NGOs are working in the areas of Primary Education, Secondary Education, Higher Education, Non Formal Education, Adult Education, Computer Education, Skill Development & Vocational Education, Technical Education, Traditional Education, Rural Education, and Education for Minorities by serving the needs and causes.
They undertake several social services like Gender Discrimination, Legal Awareness and Property Rights, Political Awareness and Participation, Prostitution, Reproductive and health issues of women, Right to Good Health and Nutrition, Savings and Micro Credit, Violence against women, Women Empowerment, Women's education, training and skill development.
They are working for the issues of Specific Disability like Cerebral palsy, Mental, Physical, locomotor, Autism, Speech, Hearing, Visual, and multiple disabilities by providing capacity building services like Livelihood, Training, Education, Rural awareness Advocacy and Indigenous Technologies. In the vision to support Old Age, Indian NGOs are working to provide shelter, free food, dignity in life and death and to enjoy the rights in Old age.
Nonprofits are working with income generation projects to improve the economic status of the poor by working for Artisan Issue, Livelihood Issues, Fair Trade, Credit, Micro Credit, Self Help Groups and skill training programs.
Nonprofit organizations are working towards relief, treatment, preventive health care development of Primary Health, Immunization, Health Education, Health and Hygiene, Nutrition, Reproductive Health, Integrated Health Care Services, Drug Abuse, HIV AIDS, Cancer, T.B., Leprosy, Mental Health, BioMedical Research, Alternative and Indigenous Medicine.
Best organizations are working with the project of Integrated Rural Development, Small Scale Industries, Agriculture, Land Issues, Migrant Issues, Tribal Issues, Cooperatives, Watershed Development, Drought Proofing, and Innovative Technologies. Indian NGOs are also working with best projects for Integrated Slum development to resolve the slum issues like Health Hygiene, Sanitation, Non-Formal Education, and providing social services with Training and Skill Development, Computer Education, Micro- Credit, Advocacy and Awareness.
They are working with the projects to create Awareness, Protection of Consumer interest, Crime & Safety, Human Rights, Labour, Peace, Security and Communal Harmony, Population, Justice and Law, Right to Information, Culture, Social Welfare, and Social Entrepreneurship.
NGOs are working for Biodiversity, Energy, Climate Change, Environment Education, Waste, Forests, Pollution, Air pollution, Water pollution, Noise pollution, Sustainable Development, Animals, Research and Advocacy. Indian NGO is also undertaking projects of Disaster Management like natural disasters like cyclone, Earthquake and Flood. These above are the notified social causes which are supported by the nonprofits and NGO (non-governmental organizations).