Saturday, 1 October 2016

Foreign funded nature of NGO Partners of Childline (1098) in States of Southern India



Before everything:
Since there is a good chance that this Post will be misunderstood, here is my position:
  • I have no problems with Childline. It is a vital component of our current day society which is required to aid affected children.
  • I have no problems with NGOs per se.
  • I have no problems with Childline partnering with NGOs.
  • However, I have an issue with Childline operations being run via FCRA-NGOs in general, and with those staffed by religious clergy, in particular.

Now that my position has been cleared (hopefully), let us start.

Introduction:
What is Childline?
As Childline India Foundation’s (CIF) website says, “CIF is the nodal agency of the Union Ministry of Women and Child Development acting as the parent organisation for setting up, managing and monitoring the CHILDLINE 1098 service all over the country. CHILDLINE 1098 service is a 24 hour free emergency phone outreach service for children in need of care and protection. Childline is a project supported by the Union Ministry of Women and Child Development and linking state Governments, NGOs, bilateral /multilateral agencies and corporate sector.

Essentially, Childline is a Foundation in which both the WCD Ministry as well as private (including so-called ‘civil society’) entities have a stake. 1098 is the toll-free emergency telephone service that can be used by anyone in India to help children needing care/protection. The list of NGOs with whom Childline has partnered all over India is available here (accessed in June 2016). Each district has at least one or more NGOs who operate this service and help children in distress. Childline operates in 372 cities and towns of India.

Childline India Foundation is also a FCRA-NGO with registration No. MH/83780693. The FCRA returns database contains entries of remittances from CIF to FCRA-NGOs which operate the 1098 telephone line in some districts. Whether such NGOs also receive monetary compensation from CIF (or from the WCD Ministry) for rendering this service is unknown in public domain (Readers of my blog hopefully, will remember my intense discomfort with RTI, so stay away from that recommendation).

Precis
Thus, operators of this service are the first responders in any emergent situation and thus have an enormous responsibility. In this Post, we shall examine the hitherto unknown/unrevealed/unrecognized foreign funded nature of a majority of Childline partner NGOs in the Southern States of India. As before, our definition of a FCRA-NGO is: a NGO which has a FCRA registration. We differ from the majority narrative about NGOs in India which is ill-informed and imprecise. We distinguish between NGOs and FCRA-NGOs; we believe that this distinction is vital and one which is ignored by the common public, MSM and ‘civil society’. This Post demonstrates that an overwhelming majority of NGO partners to Childline are FCRA-NGOs. Furthermore, a good number of them possess the characteristics of one specific religion and are likely staffed by its clergy.

Teaser:
Check out the extract from the Annual Report filed by a British Charity called “New Dawn India” (NDI for short) (Charity No.: 1001535) to the Charity Commissioner of United Kingdom, below.



Apart from relieving poverty etc in India, this British Organization’s objective is “to advance the Christian Faith in South India”. The Report also adds that NDI funds an Indian NGO in Madurai called Vidiyal alias Sakthi-Vidiyal. (Note: New Dawn translates to Vidiyal in Tamil). We are also informed that Vidiyal is run by a couple, Jim Jesudoss and Dr. Sharmila.

The British Charity’s Annual Report further lauds Vidiyal-India’s role in furthering “child rights”. Importantly, the Report mentions that Vidiyal hosts/operates the Childline in Madurai. See screen-shot below.



Naturally, this caught our attention. Why should a foreign charity, with no direct presence in India whatsoever, mention about a Childline being run in Southern Tamil Nadu, in its Annual Report to the British Charity Commissioner? Isn’t Childline a Government operation in India? Even if it is not entirely Government owned/run, isn’t the Indian Nation Sovereign enough that its “civil society” can run societal aid work and not report them to foreign entities that they are franchisees of?

Who are the NGO partners to Childline?
Digging further, we find that the entity quoted as Sakthi-Vidiyal by New Dawn India is called “Sakthi” in the FCRA database. Its FCRA Registration number is: TN/75940362. It has been receiving somewhere around Rs. 60-80 lakhs p.a. from New Dawn India, UK, as per its FC6 returns filed with our Home Ministry.

Intrigued by this observation, we set out to examine all the “NGOs” with which CIF has partnered. Since the total number of such NGOs spread all over India was quite large, we limited ourselves to the examination of these partners in the five Southern states of India [Puducherry’s were included in the Tamil Nadu list].

The Tables (one for each State) at the end of this Post contains four columns. The first two columns were sourced from CIF’s website. They provide the district and the NGO partners’ name therein. The third, fourth and fifth columns were added by us, after studying the FCRA returns. They provide the FCRA registration number, the 2013-14 foreign fund inflow and the chief foreign donors of the NGO. Where the 2013-14 foreign fund amounts were not available, one from previous years has been included.

Some of the NGOs are highlighted in dark blue. They appear to have a strikingly religious character of a specific persuasion. A few NGOs are highlighted in light green colour. Their foreign donors appear to have a religious character.

In Kerala, out of the 34 NGOs partnering Childline, 28 have #FCRA registration and 23 have a blue background and appear to ‘belong’ to a specific religious category. Whopping percentages, both.
In Karnataka, the numbers are 53, 35 and 14. The story repeats in Tamil Nadu where the corresponding numbers are: 66, 59, and 22. In Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, while a majority of partner NGOs are FCRA-ed, only a small fraction, surprisingly, has an explicitly religious character (of the specific type seen in other States).

In many of the above instances, the Childline partner NGO is part of a Religious Order. The personnel of the NGO are clergy themselves.

It can be anyone’s contention that a FCRA-NGO run by religious entities/personalities may not mix up their religious mandates with the 1098 operations. We certainly hope that they don’t. However, we do not know if this is really the case or not. At the least, the citizens of India need to be aware of the NGO partners and their nature.

In any case, should Childline partner with entities which receive foreign contributions via FCRA? Furthermore, does Childline ensure that such entities do not indulge in double dipping? (i.e., receive grants from CIF to operate the 1098 and submit utilisation certificates to CIF as well as file annual reports to their foreign donors on the NGOs operations in a district, including that on Childline). Do such things happen? I do not know. I hope not. But then again, we do not know.

To summarize:
  1. Should Childline be operated by FCRA-NGOs?
  2. Should Childline be operated by FCRA-NGOs which are part of a Religious Order?

The Childline NGO list and FCRA details can be obtained by clicking on each State below.



Sunday, 31 July 2016

The Claws of Compassion [Part-2]



Part-I of this series is available here. To summarize it briefly, we learnt of the “charity” that is headquartered in Colorado, USA called “Compassion International”. We learnt how it professed its Evangelical agenda in its US tax returns. We learnt how it has been sending ~Rs. 220 Crore each year to FCRA-NGOs in India. We learnt of two of its primary affiliates in India -- Caruna Bal Vikas (CBV), Chennai and Compassion East India (CEI), Kolkata. We also learnt of the names of Trustees of these two FCRA-NGOs. We learnt that our Ministry of Home Affairs has put this Colorado entity on the Prior Permission List which means that its donations to any FCRA-NGO in India will not be automatic but will have to be approved by MHA on a case by case basis.

The current Post will be short. Here, we shall come to learn of who the secondary recipients of CBV and CEI are. As discussed earlier, FCRA-NGOs *have* to spend their foreign “donations” either by themselves or they have to, in turn, give it to other FCRA-NGOs to spend. They cannot give it to entities which are not FCRA registered. Get it? So, CBV and CEI (like countless other FCRA-NGO behemoths which plague our Nation) distribute the funds they received from Colorado to other FCRA-NGOs. Sort of, like, sub-contract of work.

In Part-1, we saw a long Table containing Names, Registration Number, Address of every FCRA-NGO which has ever received money directly from Compassion, Colorado. In the current Post, we shall not have a Table. Instead, we will see two maps. Map-1 provides the locations of all secondary recipients (FCRA-NGOs themselves) from Caruna Bal Vikas, Chennai. Map-2 provides the locations of of all secondary recipients (FCRA-NGOs themselves) from Compassion East India, Kolkata. These are dynamic maps (see later).

Acknowledgements:
  1. FCRA Wing, Ministry of Home Affairs is thanked for providing annual returns of all FCRA-NGOs since 2006, online, without one having to go through the idiotic RTI route.
  2. Google and the mapping tool (theXS) are immensely thanked for making this work a pleasurable activity.

Observations:
  1. 136 FCRA-NGOs are listed in Map-1 (secondary recipients of CBV) and 132 are listed in Map-2 (secondary recipients of CEI). The list was constructed out of FC6/FC4 returns filed by FCRA-NGOs in the years 2012, 2013 and 2014.
  2. Map-1 includes six FCRA-NGOs which have not been secondary recipients of CBV, but have received funds directly from Compassion-Colorado. These six were part of the list presented in Part-1 of this article.
  3. The links to theXS maps (with pins on locations of each FCRA-NGO) is very useful. We suggest readers to click on the map links and play with them.
  4. Caruna Bal Vikas, Chennai appears to “take care” of Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Delhi. Compassion East India, Kolkata appears to “take care” of West Bengal, Assam, Mizoram, Manipur, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand. Thus, there seems to be a nice “division of labour” among the two.
  5. A clear Eastern Coast focus is seen among the FCRA recipients from Compassion. This character is true for several evangelical organizations funded via FCRA. Apart from changes in religious demography, such an Eastern Sea Board focus does not augur well from a National Security perspective as well. Discerning readers are encouraged to explore this thought process further.
  6. Both CBV and CEI have operations in Madhya Pradesh. Also, both seem to be funding an isolated activity in Udhampur.
  7. Every information that is presented here is verifiable and is based on data that has been publicly provided at the FCRA website of Government of India.
  8. Comments welcome. If you find any error in the geographical location of any FCRA-NGO, please write a comment about it. Be specific. We will be glad to rectify it.

Over to the Maps. Savour them.
Here is the Link for Map-1 i.e., Secondary Recipients of Caruna Bal Vikas, Chennai.
These two maps are also appended below as static images, in case you have difficulties seeing the above with your browser.







Saturday, 16 July 2016

COMPASSION: There ain’t any free lunch in this world. So, what gives? (PART-1)



Summary
US based Non-Profit Organization, Compassion International has been put on Prior Permission category by FCRA, Ministry of Home Affairs. This Post shows that the total remittances from Compassion to Indian FCRA-NGOs is around Rs. 220 Crore p.a. which is approximately four times that of remittances from Ford Foundation. This Post also identifies these recipients based on their annual FC6/FC4 returns filed to the Government of India.

Introduction
Headquartered in Colorado, USA, Compassion International is a an international NGO devoted to Child “Welfare” across the world. According to the magazine Christian Science Monitor (CSM), Compassion ranked thirtieth in the list of US Charities with an annual income in 2011 of USD 548.9 million (~Rs. 3000 Crore using 2012 exchange rate). CSM classifies Compassion as a Relief/Development charity along with World Vision. The only two Religious charities among the top-50 were Campus Crusade For Christ (rechristened now as CRU in the USA) and Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). More on their Indian operations, in future, Bhagwans willing.

Notwithstanding CSM’s classification, one of Compassion’s webpage is titled “Sponsor a Child With a Leading Christian Charity”. The web page shows photographs of many children from different countries of the world. Interestingly, although Compassion has a wide presence in India (see later), searching for Indian children on their US website yields zero results. Understandable. On the right side of the same webpage, the work of Compassion with respect to children is described in brief as:
  • Educational assistance etc.
  • Mentoring to help children discover their incredible value as God’s children
  • Most important of all, your sponsored child will hear about Jesus Christ and be encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God

The Mission statement of Compassion International is here. It states:
In response to the Great Commission, Compassion International exists as an advocate for children, to release them from their spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enable them to become responsible and fulfilled Christian adults.

The EIN for Compassion International is: 36-2423707. As a 501(c)(3) Organization in USA, it is exempted from US Federal Income Tax. However, one can peruse its annual tax return filed with the US tax agency, called the Form-990. That for 2014-15 is available here. In it, Compassion describes its Core work and explains how it monitors the outcomes of such work:

Child development outcomes are monitored in the areas of health practices and physical health, economic skill building and motivation, abilities in social interaction, and demonstrated commitment to the Lordship of Christ.”

The tax return also mentions that ~USD 50 million was remitted to “South Asia” (which, in the present context amounts largely to India) in 2013-14 towards “Child Development”.

Indian Story
This Post is motivated by a recent news item in Indian media, one of which is linked here. The news story says that the Ministry of Home Affairs has put Compassion International on the Prior Permission (PP) list, after its affiliate, Caruna Bal Vikas (CBV), Chennai (FCRA-NGO), distributed the money it (i.e., CBV) received to other NGOs which was not registered under FCRA. Transfer of such foreign funds by a FCRA-NGO to organizations which are not registered under FCRA is violative of Section 7 of FCRA (2010).

What is Compassion’s work in India? Is CBV its only affiliate? Who does CBV and other affiliates of Compassion in turn distribute the money to? What is the geographical spread of Compassion? What is the quantum of money flow from Compassion International to FCRA-NGOs in India? We shall try to explore these questions here. Since the amount of information is voluminous, we shall proceed to do this in Parts. In this Post (called Part-1), we shall get to know about FCRA-NGOs which receive money directly from Compassion offices worldwide (USA, UK, ..). In subsequent Posts, we shall see names of secondary FCRA-NGOs who receive money from Compassion’s primary Indian affiliates such as Caruna Bal Vikas-Chennai and Compassion East India-Kolkata.

The actual Table of remittances is provided at the end of this Post. My observations on the Table and on the entities, fwiw, are provided here.

Observations
  1. Given that the inflow from Compassion International to Caruna Bal Vikas steeply declined in 2014-15 (see later for possible reason), many FCRA-NGOs who were getting secondary funding from CBV until 2013, started getting their funds directly from Compassion International, Colorado in 2014-15 (and also in 2015-16, based on their quarterly returns filed with MHA).
  2. Some entries in the Table below have a question mark (?). The FC4 forms submitted by such FCRA-NGOs appear faulty. They do not contain any information on the foreign donor. Based on information provided in quarterly returns (third and fourth quarters) filed by such FCRA-NGOs in 2015-16, I presume that such FCRA-NGOs are likely to have received funds from Compassion International in 2014-15. Hence, such entries too are listed in this Table.
  3. Although Compassion International’s website does not list India in the drop-down menu for Child Sponsorship schemes, we presume that a lot of child-centric activities take place with the funds received by FCRA-NGOs from Compassion International. Whether such Indian children are encouraged to explore Christianity, given what Compassion International-Colorado states in its tax return to USA’s tax agency as its Core Mission, is not known in the public domain. Hence we cannot comment on the same.
  4. Since 2009, the inflow from worldwide Compassion offices (primarily from Colorado) to FCRA-NGOs in India has been: 133, 158, 182, 223, 230 and 162 Rs. Crore respectively. The dip in 2014-15 is likely correlated with that shown in remittances to Caruna Bal Vikas-Chennai. Note that the inflow of Rs. 230 Crore in 2013-14 calculated from the Table below from FCRA returns corresponds to about USD 40 million which amounts to 80% of what Compassion International claimed as its “donations” to South Asia in its US tax return.
  5. Thus, Compassion sent around Rs. 220 Crore p.a. to Indian FCRA-NGOs. In contrast, Ford Foundation granted around Rs. 60-70 Crore p.a. to our FCRA-NGOs. I mention Ford Foundation here, as it seems to be more familiar among chatteratti -- Liberals and Right Wing alike. In case you did not know, the list of FCRA-NGO recipients from Ford Foundation is here.
  6. Caruna Bal Vikas-Chennai and Compassion East India-Kolkata are the primary affiliates of Compassion in India. Thus, they are provided prime positions in the following Table. Rest of the entries in the Table are arranged state-wise.
  7. I urge all readers to go through the Table. Get amazed by the geographical spread of direct recipients from Compassion. In case you do not find your State/city/town/village in the list, do not worry. Subsequent Posts in this Blog on secondary recipients of Compassion would surely have them. Stay tuned.
  8. There have been 52 Direct Recipient FCRA-NGOs from Compassion so far. Apart from these, I estimate that around 200 FCRA-NGOs are likely to have received Compassion’s funds routed via Caruna Bal Vikas and Compassion East India. These are allowed by FCRA rules. More on these recipients in a sequel to this Post.
  9. There is no Government source in public domain to learn about the ownership/trusteeship of Caruna Bal Vikas. However, according to this story in The Hindu, one Mr. Aswin Paul holds the power of attorney for CBV. The story also adds that Mr. Paul is also part of a company formed in 2014, called Adhane Management Consultants Private Limited (AMCPL) whose CIN is U74999TN2014PTC096425. Ministry of Corporate Affairs Portal provides the Directors of AMCPL as Christopher Rajkumar, Rampert Ratnaiya and Deva Anugraham Daniel. The news story also mentions that CBV has been slapped with a demand for Rs. 87.7 Crore from the Income Tax Department. Other FCRA violations are also mentioned in that news story. We suspect that CBV’s inflow for 2014-15 may have reduced due to this issue.
  10. As per Niti Aayog’s Darpan Portal of NGOs, Compassion East India-Kolkata is run by Jebaraj D.G., Dipankar Haldar, Asit Samuel and Arun Sarkar.
  11. Aside-1: While working on this Post, we came across an interesting remittance from an organization in California called “The Fourteen Four Group” to a FCRA-NGO, Bhartiya Sewak Sangati-Nagpur (MH/83870174) in 2013-14. Permit us to elaborate on this.

Evangelical Christianity has two focus domains. One is spatial and the other is “temporal”. The former is called the “10/40 window” which lies between 10o and 40o north of Equator. Countries within this window are especially vulnerable to changes in their religious demography, driven by forces located elsewhere. The temporal window is constituted by humans between the ages of 4 and 14, i.e., children. This is called the “4/14 window”. Efforts to introduce this target group to a religion which their parents and extended family are unlikely to be practising is also the aim of the same Universal Forces which are inimical to Natural Order.
  1. Aside-2: The above-mentioned California’s “The Fourteen Four Group” also sends money to the following FCRA-NGOs: The Association for Theological Education by Extensions, Kothanur, Bengaluru (KA/94420118), Vision India, Nagpur (MH/83870270), Anugraha Seva Mandal, Nagpur (MH/83870181), Evangelical Fellowship of India-Delhi (DL/231650058) and Evangelical Trust Association of North India, Delhi (DL/231660036). Chew on that.

Acknowledgements:
The FCRA Wing of Ministry of Home Affairs is sincerely thanked for providing the FC6/FC4 returns of all FCRA-NGOs online, without one having to go through the idiotic RTI route.
Although we have taken every care to check the data here, there could be (minor) errors/omissions. We would appreciate if any such can be pointed out. Thanks in advance.

UPDATE (On August 5, 2016): We have come to learn that Church of South India, Vellore Diocese is also a direct recipient of funds from Compassion International. Its FCRA Registration number is: TN/75980080. It has not received any funds from CBV or CEI or Compassion until 2011-12. Its 2012-13 and 2013-14 are not yet available on the FCRA website. It received Rs. 2.39 Crore directly from Compassion-Colorado in 2014-15.


Thanks for reading thus far. Now, dive into the Table. All information provided in the Table can be verified by anyone. Everything that has been said in this Post is based on verifiable Government sources, appropriately hyperlinked.

Primary FCRA-NGO recipients from Compassion International during 2009-2014.
(Amounts are in Rs. Crore)


Name
Reg. No.
Address
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Caruna Bal Vikas
TN/75900807
128, Bricklin Rd, Purasaiwakkam, Chennai-600007
82.57
96.44
109.50
130.5
111.7
6.75
Compassion East India
WB/147120584
AQ-12, Sectors 4 & 5, Salt Lake City, Kolkata
48.19
60.05
71.09
89.85
111.26
119.0
Abode of Peace
AP/10350091
10-274, Waktaur Uplands, Visakhapatnam
-
-
-
-


Society for Nurture, Education, Health Activities
AP/10370060
517, Gotlam Village, SO Cantonment, Vizianagaram-535003
-
-
-
-
0.21

All Christian Evangelical & Social Service Fellowship
AP/10140105
Venpaguta, Puttur, Krishnasamudra, Chittoor
-
-
-
-
N/A
0.81
Nava Kanthi
AP/10260285
30/13, Railpet, Machilipatnam, Krishna-521001
-
-
-
-
-
0.83
Utilise People's Potential Action for Humanities and Research
AP/10340045
Balaji Nagar, House No.1,,D. No.318, PO Pathapatnam,Srikakulam-532213
-
-
-
-
0.21
1.44
Nav Jeevan Seva Mandal
DL/231650163
534, SFS, Block-C, Sector-19, Rohini-110085
-
-
-
-
-
4.04
Delhi Tamil Church
DL/231650460
C/o Faith Academy ,Prasad Nagar- 110005
-
-
-
-
-
?
Kashmir Evangelical Fellowship
JK/152760002
Udhampur-182101
-
-
-
-
-
0.58
Karnataka Navajeeva Samithi
KA/94420068
54, II Main, Ganghath Layout, Bengaluru
-
-
-
-
0.11
?
Hoskote Mission & Medical Centre
KA/94420084
Hoskote, Bengaluru
-
-
-
-
N/A
2.54
Christa Mitra Ashram
KA/94600020
Uttara Kannada
-
-
-
-
N/A
0.47
Karnataka Evangelistic Association
KA/94420111
519, 10th Main, F. Block, Bengaluru (likely in Kothanaur)
-
-
-
-
0.63
1.91
India for Christ Ministries
KA/94420544
739, 4th Main Road, A. Munireddy Layout, Horamavu Main Road, Dodda Banaswadi-560043
-
-
-
-
-
0.65
Devanahally Mission of the Marthoma Church
KA/94420761
Budigere Road, Devanahally-562110
-
-
-
-
N/A
0.16
Association For Community Care Education And Social Services (ACCESS)
KA/94420909
10, New Chelekere Extension,
Kalyan Nagar
-560043
-
-
-
-
-
1.45
Servants Of Jesus Christ Welfare Sociey
KL/52870270
Timnath Serah,Eraviperoor,Tiruvalla - 689542
-
-
-
-
-
0.28
Christian Agency For Rural Development
KL/52930022
Marthoma Office,Tiruvalla 689101
-
-
-
-
0.28
1.87
Suvarta Alliance Ministries Trust
MH/83820007
Church Compound
Nandurbar- 425412
-
-
-
-
0.14
0.29
Bhartiya Sewak Sangati
MH/83870174
C/O Mr.Narhari Sangole, Behind New Budha Vihar,Gaddigodam,Nagpur-440001




0.06
0.38
Anugraha Aradhana Sewakai Sanstha
MH/83870206
A-10, Manavsewa Nagar, Seminary Hills, Nagpur-440006
-
-
-
-
0.28
0.86
Reformed Presbyterian Church
MN/194160022
Peace Lane, Churachandpur-795128
-
-
-
-
-
0.42
Mar Thoma Gram Jyoti Education & Development Society
MP/63310057
Mar Thoma Passionage, South Civil Lines, Jabalpur-482001
-
-
-
-
-
?
Mullai Outreach Ministries
TN/75870065
1/108A, Nallanahalli, Mullikuttai, Periyanahalli, Dharmpuri-635205
-
-
-
-
0.08
0.46
St. Andrews Church
TN/75900357
37, Poonamalle High Road,Egmore,Chennai - 600008
-
-
-
-
-
0.46
Society For Integrated Social Upliftment
TN/75940288
9, Viswashanthi Nagar, 1st Street
Madurai- 625017





0.26
St. Joseph's Yellagiri Educational Trust
TN/75980250
Hope Nagar, Ponneri Post, Jolarpet-635851
-
-
-
-
-
?
Santhosha Educational Society
TN/76030002
Dohnavur, Nellai Kattabomman
-
-
-
-
0.18
0.54
Tirunelvelli Diocesan Trust Assocation
TN/76030023
P O Box No.116, No.5, Punithavathiar Street, Palayamkottai
-627002
-
-
-
-
0.33
1.94
Peace Trust
TN/76030266
Deo Favante, 16 Kurichi Road, Kulavanikarpuram, Palayamkottai-627007
-
-
-
-
-
0.47
Sharing Love Mission
TN/76160016
5-A/323, Third Street, Bishop Caldwell Colony, Thoothukudi-628008
-
-
-
-
0.26
1.61
Jesus Redeems
TN/76160018
Main Road, Nalumavadi-628211
-
-
-
-
0.14
0.47
Bharat Susamachar Samiti
UK/347900050
Kulhan, Sahastradhara Road, Dehradun-248001
-
-
-
-
0.20
1.28
New Life Centre
UK/347900069
25- Old Connaught Place, Dehradun - 248001
-
-
-
-
-
0.29
Himalaya Inland Mission
UK/347900065
Landour, Mussoorie
-
-
-
-
0.07
-
India Good News Association
UP/136230028
183-a Katra Mission , Allahabad-211002
-
-
-
-
-
1.35
Mission To The Unreached
UP/136810040
F-129 A Sector 22, Noida,
-
-
-
-
-
0.26