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  NGO Name

CHORD (Child Welfare and Holistic Organi..

  Year Established


  Primary Contact

Suman Maladi


Plot No.262, Phase-VI


KPHB Colony




Andhra Pradesh




  Phone 1


  Phone 2





  NGO Work



child labour


  Annual Budget

Rs. 1,00,000

  FCRA clearance?





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  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

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  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  Abhyaas-CHORD

$ 2000



$ 2000




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  NGO Goals



Marshalling resources through conscious endeavor to find lasting solutions to the challenges threatening the lives of the most vulnerable sections of the society -CYWOS (Children, Youth, Women, Old and Sick) .



1. This year 19 mainstreamed children will be appearing class X board exam from project Abhyaas. 2. On 14 th Nov 2004 (Children's day) four children from Abhyaas project have received special certificates of merit through the hands of our Hon'ble Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh for their outstanding performance in the class VII board exams for the year 2003-04. This event has received wide cover more...



Abhyaas is the second stage education point for the child labourers in their academic journey with CHORD. After being mainstreamed and completing class seven the children are admitted into project Abhyaas which prepares them for class 10 and also imparts them vocational training to make them self reliant.

The Purpose of Project Abhyaas
The principle aim of project Aashirwad is to prepare the child for 7th class board exam which is a primary bench mark qualification for any child. However after passing the 7th class exam mainstreaming these children into social welfare hostels or neighborhood government schools has not yeilded the desired results allover the state in the past. Because of lack of follow up, individual attention and joyful learning atmosphere in the government host more...




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