Asmae - Association Sœur Emmanuelle is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) working in the field of international solidarity, specifically in child development. It is independent, secular, apolitical, and open to all.
Asmae-France supporting BSAC since from 2003 iniated one Readisng Class project at Corporation Primary School, Magazine puram latter extended supports to establish more and more programme like expanding Reading Class Project, Child Participation and Adolosents supports. Also sending French volunteers every year as work camp to create new libraries and resource centres since from 2003.
Who we are
ChennaiSmiles is a non-profit organisation, registered in Sweden, with an aim to promote education among underprivileged children living in South India, which started with a slum area in Chennai.
We work on a small scale with local organisations on a grass-roots level. Working on a small scale enables flexibility and monitoring in order to optimise use of resources, on a needs basis rather than supplying funds without a goal.
We believe that a little money and a lot of motivation can go much further than a lot of money without a vision.
Our work is completely voluntary and all contributions go 100% to the project.
Who we help
ChennaiSmiles works for underprivileged children, primarily in slum areas in Chennai, South India.
Chennai is the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is the fifth largest city in India.
Chennai Smiles initiated support BSAC since from 2015 for the Supplementary and Child Developomment projects of Chennai Slum Chiilden
Inspired by Senge's philosophy, a group of young corporate professionals came together in 2002 to set up Smile Foundation to work with grassroots initiatives for effecting positive changes in the lives of underprivileged children, their families and communities.
Smile Foundation supporting BSAC for run Vocational Trainings for the uderprivileged youth in slums through STeP. (Computer, Spoken English, Softskills and Retail managements) courses since from 2016.
Wheels India limited supports BSAC since from 2003 for supplementary educational projects in slum communities and schools for the under performing children through CSR.
AID India is a non-profit organization, founded in 1996, by a group of IIT and BITS alumni who quit corporate careers to work on various development initiatives. AID India’s education initiative ‘EurekaChild’, where ‘Eureka’ represents the spirit of discovery, focuses primarily on education quality improvement programs in Tamilnadu. All AID INDIA’s projects aim to instill this strength in every child.
AID India supporting Aarvam-BSAC since from 2010 for supplementary education projects by training the tutors, teaching aidss and monitoring the projects by evaluating the children and declaration conducted for the children success in academic.