Welcome to EarlyAction India!

Provide education, support, build capacity and integrate individuals into mainstream society who have traditionally been suppressed.

EarlyAction was established in 2012 registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. The overall goal of the organization is to increase the living standards of human being through broad-based economic growth, promote education, create employment opportunities and contribute to poverty alleviation.

EarlyAction has been working in India and focusing on ending poverty and social injustice. We do this through planned and comprehensive programmes in health, education, livelihoods, environment and disaster preparedness and response. Our overall goal is the empowerment of people from poor and marginalized communities leading to improvement in their lives and livelihoods.

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OUR WORK

Education

EarlyAction works with communities at the grassroots level to increase awareness and Our efforts include empowering the community to help children gain access to schools.

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Healthcare

Numerous health camps provide care for HIV/AIDS, TB, mother and child health, diabetes, hypertension, cardiac ailments, ophthalmic conditions among others.

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Livelihood

Providing livelihood to underprivileged youth is essential to ensure their effective participation in individual and country’s growth to reap the benefits of the demographic dividend.

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Women Empowerment

EarlyAction has initiated women empowerment programs that provide a solid foundation to nurture the inner strength, creativity and self-esteem of women from all walks of life.

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Disaster Response

EarlyAction’s dedicated team manages relief operations right from situational assessment to relief camps, distribution of relief material and construction of midterm shelters.

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Advocacy

We work with lawyers and activists to defend survivors of rape, sexual assault, harassment and other forms violence. We research, investigate and report on human rights abuses.

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