Stories of Change

Good Neighbors is a humanitarian and development organization, which began in the year 1991 in South Korea.

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Projects Overview

Based on the strategically chosen thematic focus and people group attention, GNI has undertaken the following projects,

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MAKE DONATION

We value every donation-small or big, as we believe the act of donating is important than the quantum of donation itself.

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We welcome students, working professionals and others, to volunteer your skills and time, in assisting us in several needy areas......

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OUR ACTIVITIES

Good Neighbors India has five focuses through which the activities are implemented

OPPORTUNITY FOR EDUCATION

We see Education as an enabling intervention that develops the child to be an aware, knowledgeable, successful and responsible..

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HEALTH CARE

Health is an important intervention area for GNI. To help ensure sustainable outcomes, we adopt a three pronged approach..

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JOB ORIENTED SKILLTRAINING

Vocation training for growing up high school children and young mothers, is an important strategy to ensure children and families..

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WATER AND SANITATION

GNI believes access to safe and affordable Drinking Water and Sanitation, is paramount for children’s good health and ability to pursue..

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 FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY OF YOUNG MOTHERS

Training women SHG members in individual and group micro enterprises is another important element of financially empowering families..

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Good Neighbors India, has a carefully thought strategy of focusing on the following people groups. They are basically groups who are vulnerable, either on the fringes of development or often neglected or overlooked by the development plans of the government. Eradicating poverty and making living environment safe and filled with happiness, for vulnerable children and their families

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