The following are some of our ongoing programs for which we are seeking your generous donations in helping impoverished people get out of the vicious cycle of poverty and improve their lives. Please visit our program page for a comprehensive list of our active partners.
Please help with IDRF’s new climate initiative
IDRF plans to fund several environment-friendly “green projects” to solve the climate challenges at the grassroots level in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka.
IDRF is pleased to announce a new climate initiative funding green projects in India, Nepal, and Sri Lanka aimed at reducing 100,000 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent. IDRF will identify NGOs to collaborate on grassroots projects in biogas, reforestation, regenerative agriculture, smokeless stoves, and rural solar installations. As these projects qualify for carbon credits the effort will be spearheaded by Dr. Emmanuel D’Silva, an agriculture, and environment specialist and World Bank retiree. Dr. D’Silva has helped with the initial project at Shiksha Bharati in Uttar Pradesh, which is showing encouraging results and with your contributions, IDRF will expand it further Read More.
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Provide Computer Literacy to Underprivileged Children–Computer Shiksha (All Across India)
IDRF is seeking funds to continue a program in partnership with Computer Shiksha to impart free computer knowledge and digital skills to underprivileged children in different states of India. In order to take computer literacy to thousands of poor and rural children, who can make good use of technology to reduce challenges faced by their communities in every walk of life, IDRF needs your generous help. Total Cost per School for one year is $3,160.29. We are requesting you to sponsor 50 schools or at least 25 schools, so that we can together combat education inequality and provide technology access to poor and needy children to better their futures. One page appeal
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Millions of less-fortunate need your help more than ever now during these challenging times.