VOICE India 

“It's not how much we give but how much love we put into giving.” 
― Mother Teresa


VOICE India (Voluntary Organization Involving Community Enlightenment):



VOICE India, is a voluntary, non-profit, non-governmental voluntary organization committed to the service of the poor and needy people, through the education, development of slums, villages, and other areas that are underdeveloped and lack basic necessities. 








































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Our vision is to make a difference by decreasing the number of malnourished people living in India, increasing the literacy rates in India by educating children, providing basic necessities like clean water and food, and develop slum and village areas so that inhabitants can have a better quality of living.

Our mission is to develop the living conditions in rural India for millions of underprivileged adults and children.

Let's create developed, changed, and educated India in the future. This is the first step, and together we can truly create change and make a difference.

  • Over 30% of the world's poorest people live in India. 

  • In 2009, India topped the World Hunger Charts as more than 230 million people were undernourished; this statistic is higher than any other country in the world. 

  • India has one of the highest illiteracy rates as almost 40% of people are illiterate.

  • Slums in India lack almost all of the basic necessities: clean water, waste management system, adequate living space, and more. 

  • People living in slums are highly likely of getting diseases and other illness that could have an effect on their permanent health resulting in death at a very early age. 

Our Missions and Goals:

  • Spread awareness of the growing health and poverty issues in the world today.
  • Propagating the welfare services in the rural areas and to enlighten others.
  • Meeting the educational needs for the school going children.
  • Develeopment of slums, villages, and other underdeveloped areas in rural India.
  • Providing basic neccessities of food and water to under developed areas in India.
  • Conducting regular medical camps.
  • Taking care of orphans.
  • Promoting various women and child services.

Sources :

UN World Food Programme
UN World Health Organization: Global Database on Child Growth and Malnutrition, 2006
UN Food and Agriculture Organization: SOFI 2006 Report
National Commission for Enterprises in the Unorganized Sector (India)
National Family Health Survey 2005 – 06 (NFHS-3) (India)
Centre for Environment and Food Security (India)
Rural 21 (India)

Registered in USA: "VOICE India"

Registered in India: "VOICE" - registered number 915/95 under Societies Govt. Act.XXI of 186


Registered in USA: "VOICE India"

Registered in India: "VOICE" - registered number 915/95 under Societies Govt. Act.XXI of 186