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India is classified as a country of medium human development, ranked 128th in the United Nations Development Programme’s Human Development index. It has witnessed a rapid increase in diversification of its national political scenario where concern about poverty and marginalization has always taken a back seat. Be it the trends related to policy implementations or measures for opening avenues for public help and guidance, society has always seen a scarcity of solid actions plans as well as execution. What nation witnesses after every now and then is alarming situations prevailing at grass-root level, giving a feeling of disappointment and shame to the common man.


Society, very loudly and clearly, demands welfare and empowerment oriented organizations working for the development, education, environment, health, and livelihood people.


Fortunately be able to witness all these problems closely and deeply in media industry, bringing the positive change in surroundings around, became the focus of attention of a few young and energetic lads and lasses.


With community participation as a defined component in a number of social sector projects, NO TEARS was formed with an initiative brought up by a group of enthusiastic people. They took an initiative to contribute as much as possible within their limited stock of resources.


Their work was increasingly characterized by grassroots interventions, advocacy at various levels, and mobilization of the process of structural adjustment.


The first campaign begun in 2010, witnessed a major chunk of alcoholic rural masses giving voluntarily support for treating their close ones, be it in family, relation, or neighborhood.


The more recent approach of opening and running shelter homes on the personal land of our CEO in central areas of Haryana, Rajasthan speaks loud and clear about the genuine efforts the foundation is putting in to reach to our vision and mission.


NO TEARS , with its small efforts but immense capabilities, is striving to build strong foundation in gaining potential success and achieving possible changes towards Human Welfare and Social Development.



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