Good Neighbors involvement in India began in the year 2009. Registered as a society, ‘Good Neighbors India’ focus has been on transforming the lives of the migrant, rural, ethnic and nomadic tribal communities in India. In line with this ‘people group’ focus, GNI has direct project interventions in:

  • Ethnic hill tribe belt of Bandipur (Karnataka) and Mudumalai (Tamil Nadu)
  • Rural communities in Tumkur (Karnataka)
  • Nomadic tribes of Rayachoty (Andhra Pradesh)
  • Migrant communities working as unskilled construction labor in Bangalore city

UNDER THE SUPPORT OF GOOD NEIGHBORS - INTERNATIONAL

Good Neighbors is a humanitarian and development organization, which began in the year 1991 in South Korea. Primarily focusing on children, the involvement was in: supporting orphanages; programs for the handicapped children and disadvantaged widows; rural community development. The organization has since been reorganized in 1996 and now supports projects in 35 countries. The majority of those programs focus on ultimately enabling the young and poor to become self-reliant through education and nutrition. In August 1996, Good Neighbors was granted General Consultative Status, the highest status level for an NGO, with the UN ECOSOC.[2] In 2007, Good Neighbors was recognized by the UN with a Millennium Development Goal (MDG) Award for their achievements in Universal Primary Education.[3]

GOOD NEIGHBORS INDIA IS THANKFUL TO GOOD NEIGHBOUR INTERNATIONAL
FOR ALL THEIR SUPPORT


Vision

Eradicating poverty and making living environment safe and filled with happiness, for vulnerable children and their families

Mission

Working towards holistic approach where vulnerable communities are economically stable, children have access to quality education, health and youth have access to opportunities for higher education and employment

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