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Last Updated on August 22, 2023

Operation in state

  • Pan India
 

Thematic Areas

  • Education and Employment
  • Livelihoods
  • Women and Gender
 
 

Tax Compliance Eligibility

  • 80G (for 50% tax benefits)
  • 12 A (Tax exemption for NGO income)
  • FCRA (Eligible for international funding)
  • Organization Registration Certificate
 
 

AIDE ET ACTION (INDIA)

Verified Organization

Established In 1988

Registration No. :CSR0000129


AA Block, New No.2, Old No.42, 1st Floor, , 3rd Main Road, Anna Nagar , Chennai , Tamil Nadu , 600 04

About the organization

 

Aide et Action (AEA), a secular, apolitical, non-profit organization with its main office in Paris, France, was established in 1981. The AEA relocated to Geneva, Switzerland, as its new headquarters in 2007. As time went on, AEA expanded its reach to 19 nations in South Asia, South East Asia, Africa, and Europe. AEA started operating in India in 1981, and in 1988 it was officially recognized as a not-for-profit organization by the Indian Companies Act, 1956, Section 25. (currently Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013). The bigger South Asia activities, which also include Sri Lanka, Nepal, and Bhutan, include the India operation today. With Chennai serving as the regional hub for South Asia, eight offices administer the operations there.

Aide et Action (India) uses education to transform the world. Its goal is to guarantee that the most at-risk and disadvantaged groups, particularly children, have access to high-quality education so that they may take charge of their own growth and contribute to a more peaceful and sustainable society. 20 Indian states and 2 Union territories have been touched by AEA's work, which annually benefits more than 300,000 people, 50% of whom are women. Three program priorities—Access and Quality Education, Early Childhood Care and Education for Primary and Secondary Level, and Lifelong Learning & Vocational Training—will be the focus of AEA's attention during the next five years. Our program incorporates a non-confrontational rights-based strategy to encourage civic engagement, mobilize citizens to support social change at the local, state, and federal levels, and assist in the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals.

The three most important contemporary issues—climate change, peace education, and migration—are also taken into consideration by the AEA in its programming.

The principles of Solidarity, Transparency, and Accountability are followed by AEA, which upholds and lives by the ideals of Dignity, Inclusion, and Liberty.

AEA works with a variety of populations that are particularly at risk, such as people with disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, the unemployed youth population, communities at risk for natural disasters, and migrants in distress, with a focus on women and young girls. These populations also include children of migrant workers, children living in difficult circumstances, children of commercial sex workers, children affected by ethnic violence, dropout children, adolescents, and never enrolled children.

The spectrum of important actions includes promoting efficient school governance to raise primary school students' academic standards, ensuring that children receive uninterrupted instruction, lowering the dropout rate, and helping kids to develop age-appropriate competencies.

  • Strengthening early childhood care by ensuring Anganwadi centers operate efficiently
  • Facilitating economic empowerment for unemployed impoverished adolescents by facilitating their access to profitable jobs or businesses.
  • Increasing resilience through CBOs and CBIs, creating connections with significant players (particularly governmental entities), and facilitating access to rights and entitlements.
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Special features of the organization

  • Four decades of dedication in Education for marginalized and vulnerable populations.
  • Pan India footprints in 20 states and 2 union territories (Delhi NCR and Ladakh).
  • Projects are managed through 5 offices in Bhopal, Chennai, Delhi (Gurugram), Guwahati, Hyderabad, and Patna with Chennai as the India headquarters.
  • Over the next five years, AEA will work on three program priorities; Access and Quality Education, Early Childhood Care and Education for Primary and Secondary Level, and Lifelong Learning & Vocational Training.
  • The programs embed a non-confrontational rights-based approach to promote citizenship education, mobilize citizens to contribute to social change at local and national levels, and support in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
  • Considering climate change, peace education, and migration as the three most pressing issues of current times.     
 

Why should a corporate partner with organization?

Aide et Action (AEA) India, a nonprofit entity under Section 25 of the Companies Act,
1956 (corresponding to Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013) operational in India since
1981. An approved CSR Implementing Agency by Ministry of Corporate Affairs to
undertake various CSR programmes across the country. It is also registered with Income
Tax Department under Sections 12AA and 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act.
AEA aims to guarantee that the most at-risk and disadvantaged groups, particularly
children, have access to high-quality education so that they may take charge of their
own growth and contribute to a more peaceful and sustainable society. 20 Indian states
and 2 Union territories have been touched by AEA's work, which annually benefits more
than 300,000 people, 50% of whom are women, 1,92,941 School Children (51% Girls),
2642 teachers in 1272 schools, 19,562 youths covered under our programmes
Our projects receive support from more than 12,700 adults (85% women) who are part
of active various CBOs/CBIs.
Three programme priorities—Access and Quality Education, Early Childhood Care and
Education for Primary and Secondary Level, and Lifelong Learning & Vocational
Training—will be the focus of AEA's attention during the next half decade. The three
most important contemporary issues—climate change, peace education, and
migration—are also taken into consideration by the AEA in its programming.
We have extensive experience implementing large projects in the areas of Access &
Quality Education (Girl Child Education), Skill training to Marginalized youth, and Early
Child Care Education with major corporations and corporate foundations/trusts like
Microsoft, HCL Foundation, Tech Mahindra Foundation, Canara HSBC Life Insurance,
Capgemini, Accenture Services, TATA Trusts, M3M Foundation and Grasim Industries.
Their support lasts between five and ten years.
Currently, we are overseeing 26 ongoing initiatives in India that have been carried out
directly or through partnerships with NGOs and have an impact on more than 300,000
people, including children, youth, adults, teachers, and members of different CBOs and
CBIs. These initiatives are typically long-term in scope and are meant to make a
significant difference in the lives of children, women, and people in general.

Aide et Action (AEA) India, a nonprofit entity under Section 25 of the Companies Act,1956 (corresponding to Section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013) operational in India since1981. An approved CSR Implementing Agency by Ministry of Corporate Affairs toundertake various CSR programmes across the country. It is also registered with IncomeTax Department under Sections 12AA and 80G of the Indian Income Tax Act.

AEA aims to guarantee that the most at-risk and disadvantaged groups, particularly children, have access to high-quality education so that they may take charge of their own growth and contribute to a more peaceful and sustainable society. 20 Indian states and 2 Union territories have been touched by AEA's work, which annually benefits more than 300,000 people, 50% of whom are women, 1,92,941 School Children (51% Girls), 2642 teachers in 1272 schools, 19,562 youths covered under our programmes. Our projects receive support from more than 12,700 adults (85% women) who are part of active various CBOs/CBIs.

Three programme priorities—Access and Quality Education, Early Childhood Care and Education for Primary and Secondary Level, and Lifelong Learning & Vocational Training—will be the focus of AEA's attention during the next half decade. The three most important contemporary issues—climate change, peace education, and migration—are also taken into consideration by the AEA in its programming.

We have extensive experience implementing large projects in the areas of Access & Quality Education (Girl Child Education), Skill training to Marginalized youth, and Early Child Care Education with major corporations and corporate foundations/trusts like Microsoft, HCL Foundation, Tech Mahindra Foundation, Canara HSBC Life Insurance, Capgemini, Accenture Services, TATA Trusts, M3M Foundation and Grasim Industries. Their support lasts between five and ten years.

Currently, we are overseeing 26 ongoing initiatives in India that have been carried out directly or through partnerships with NGOs and have an impact on more than 300,000 people, including children, youth, adults, teachers, and members of different CBOs and CBIs. These initiatives are typically long-term in scope and are meant to make a significant difference in the lives of children, women, and people in general.

 

Chief Functionary

Name :  
PB Sajeev
 
Designation :  
Chief Executive Officer
 
Email :  
sajeevpb@action-education.org
 
 

Contact

Name :  
Bala Satkurunathan
 
Designation :  
Programme Manager (Institutional Partnership)
 
Email 1 :  
bala.satkurunathan@action-education.org
 
Phone :  
044-43300076
 
 

Project Detail of Organization

iLEAD - Initiative for Livelihood Education and Development
Project Type: Donor funded
  Aide et Action (AEA) India has been promoting skill development and enhancing skilling capa....
 
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Enabling Dignified Life for the Girl Children of Domestic workers through Education
Project Type: CSR
Background Since 2017, AEA has been supporting a cohort/group of 135 girl children of domestic work....
 
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Integrated Child Care and Learning corners for Children in worksites
Project Type: Donor funded
Migration in India are driven by wider socio-economic/environmental/technological and political tran....
 
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