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Project Completed 7


Concern for Humanity (CFH) came into being as a registered Non Government Organization in January 2000 – 2001. CFH has now competed eight years of its life as a national level Non Governmental Voluntary Development Organization.

Based at New Delhi, CFH has been formed by a group of professionals who came from different fields of specialization and are committed to the welfare of the disadvantaged people. CFH dedicated itself to help and enable the poorest of the poor build better lives for themselves and for their children.

The working policy of CFH is ……

“To help people to help themselves.”

CFH’s Ideologies are……..

Empowerment leads to Sustainable Development: We strongly believe that knowledge is power. Only people’s empowerment leads to sustainable development. CFH concentrates on building capacity of CBOs, NGOs, and People’s Group towards their own betterment.

Participation leads to Sustainable Development: Participation enables people to take greater control over their lives, over the problems which concern them and the solutions, which change them. Consequently CFH promotes a participatory approach in its functioning at all the levels including planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, and future planning.

Need-based Actions lead to Sustainable Development: CFH from its own experience has realized that different communities and even different groups with in a community have their own special needs. These needs arise out of the individual social conditions and specific problems. Hence, to ensure sustainable development of the community, we plan all our development actions to address the needs of the people we are working with. This we enable through community groups, organization and community participation.


CFH’s vision is….. To help build a just society by involving the communities. CFH’s mission is….. To help and enable the poorest of the poor build better lives for themselves and for their children.


  • Your organisation is registered as
    Charitable Society
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    S38515 - 04-01-2001
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    231660479 - 24-06-2004
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    Human Resources, Marketing


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  • 1 - Project Learning Centres for Out of School and School Drop Out Children
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    Domestic Companies
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    New Delhi
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    Concern for Humanity received grants from the Department of Education, Government of Delhi, under the Sarv Shiksha Abhiyaan (SSA) for running 10 learning centres. These centers were run for the out of school and school dropout children in the age group of 6 –14 years. 

    At each Centre there were 40 children who were provided free education. All these Centres were run on the pattern of Bridge Schools. These were part time Centres which operated at the time convenient for these children. The venue of these Learning Centres were the Government Primary Schools / Community Centres in the respective areas. One of the salient features of the project was that majority of the Learners were girl children.