PULSE NGO Partners
The Aashirwad Special Education School in New Dehli, India, provides a range of programmes for disabled children, including physiotherapy, speech therapy and vocational training with the aim of improving the lives and skills sets of children. As well as these programmes, the Aashirwad Society creates awareness and also has doctors available to provide treatments, including corrective surgery.
The Association for Culture, Education and Communication is a non-governmental organisation that aims to create understanding, support international cultural exchanges, deepen education and create space for the further continuation of mutual communication. ACEC projects are focused on current social events and they develop, strengthen and improve communication within Slovakia itself, on an international basis and also in rural areas and regional risk regions from the international point of view.
AmeriCares is an emergency response and global health organisation, that aims to better the lives and futures of people in crisis. By responding to disasters and health crises caused by poverty, conflict or disease, AmeriCares works with donors and partners to deliver quick and expertly provided aid to communities in the United States and around the world.
AMREF is an international African organisation headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya. AMREF’s vision is for lasting health change in Africa: communities with the knowledge, skills and means to maintain their good health and break the cycle of poor health and poverty. They believe in the inherent power within African communities – that the power for lasting transformation of Africa’s health lies within its communities.
ARTH was founded by a group of professionals in the field of Community Health in 1997, with a commitment to improve the health status among the under privileged communities in India, focusing on women’s reproductive health. This also includes health service, training and surveillance program in southern Rajasthan. ARTH operates field health programs which integrate clinic and extension services with culturally appropriate health communication activities.
The Ashraya Seva Trust is located in Bangalore, India and is dedicated to providing a safe environment for women; serving the destitute, widows, divorcees and the elderly. They provide homes for elderly women, open up medical camps in rural areas to provide medicine to those who have no access to healthcare, and help women develop skills so that they can earn and live their lives independently – empowering them.