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Motherland National Charitable Trust (MNCT) is an Indian Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered under the Society Act (full name of the act) in the year 2011. We  strive to develop children from the underprivileged section of the society through our SAEDC programme.

Social Awareness and Educational Development Centre (SAEDC) programs not only develops the future social capital but also the health through routine medical intervention.

For past 2 years MNCT, through its project Sarathi, has been working on Right To Education(RTE) Section 12, to give fillip to its initiative on education. We envision that through systematic approach this project can be a game changer.

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MNCT is assisting underprivileged children of our society to cope with the social and educational challenges in the formative years of their lives. MNCT also engages students of public and private schools in various health education initiatives. Our aim is to improve the quality of life of the children by giving them easy access to quality education and assist them to realize their full potential.

MNCT has been actively involved in conducting various value adding programmes for primary, middle and senior school children as well as teachers. These programmes highlight important subjects like the future digital world and how it impacts our daily lives, stress and its management, career guidance etc..  MNCT has also undertaken critical projects, such as ‘Medical awareness camp’, ‘Computer Education’, ‘Children education’ and ‘Children Welfare and Development’. These projects have helped MNCT to touch lives of many thousands across India.


MNCT is also active in the area of Street Animal Welfare.

To quote Mahatma Gandhi,

The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated.

The condition of street dogs and other animals who are ownerless and living on the streets is pitiable in Indian cities and countryside. More so as human population increases in the cities, animals are pushed to the margin of the society where their existence is in question from the time they are born. They are often beaten, abused and mercilessly killed by people. MNCT works collaboratively with local NGOs, Municipal authorities and Veterinarians for the rescue and rehabilitation of street dogs and other animals who have met with accident or have been victim of human cruelty. We abide by the guidelines of Animal Welfare Board of India (AWBI) and animal welfare laws prevalent in our country.

MNCT is dedicated to the care, rescue, rehabilitation and adoption of street animals. MNCT strongly supports spay/neuter of street animals in order to decrease the number of homeless animals on the streets.

MNCT conducts awareness and education programs for citizens which focuses on reducing human-animal conflict in urban areas and conservation of the environment.