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" Learning humility, purity and simple-living from those who don't take too much from the earth...
Targetting the problems of hunger, disease and oppression that sadden their lives...

Inspiring in each other trust, confidence and support for one another... "



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  NGO Name

ANT (Action NorthEast Trust)

  Year Established


  Primary Contact

Jennifer Liang / Sunil Kaul


Ward 10, B O C Gate










  Phone 1


  Phone 2





  NGO Work



Health, Women Empowerment, Information, Livelihood


  Annual Budget


  FCRA clearance?





  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

As above


  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo



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  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  Cycle Bank

$ 6100


  +  Solar LED Bank 2007-08

$ 8725



$ 14825




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  NGO Goals



o Vision: A peaceful world where there is love, respect and dignity for all.
o Mission: To work towards sustainable and holistic development for rural and poor voiceless communities mainly in the northeast.
o Core values: non-violence; truth; honesty; humility; trust and love.



NGO has made significant impact since its inception in 2000. Here are some of them

The village pharmacy model in 40 villages – that has now spread to over a 100 villages elsewhere in Assam - - helps more than 10,000 patients annually at about 5 rupees a patient!

Similarly, its income generation project called Weaving Peace started with its own small funds and a small 2 lakh rupees more...



The ANT is a registered as a Public Charitable Trust, based in Bongaigaon, Assam. It works at 2 levels in NE part of India: Directly with village communities around Bongaigaon and Kokrajhar Districts and indirectly as a resource to organizations in other parts of northeast India. The NGO is strongly committed to sustainable development, the ant does not believe in free doles and has successfully created models of development that are low-cost, and sustainable by the community beyond the ‘project periods.’

As in 2007, the ANT is working directly in about 80 villages on issues of health, women’s empowerment, information, livelihoods : village pharmacists through women volunteers; women’s groups; alternate income opportunities through weaving, mushroom cultivation, banana plantation; more...




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