Early Action is a non-government, non-political, not-for-profit, secular organization registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 in New Delhi, India. The main objectives of the organization are to improve the living conditions of underprivileged people in society.
Early Action endeavors to explore, develop and expand environmentally, technically, and socially sound natural resource interventions leading to poverty alleviation, through community participation, networking, and empowering women and other disadvantaged groups, to ensure equitable and sustainable development.
Equitable and sustainable development.
To build the capacity of NGOs, Charities, and other non-profit organizations and the development sector as a whole, by engaging in effective and profound collaborations and networking with organizations that are focused on the education and development of underprivileged children and sustainable environment and ecological development.
partnership We believe in creating and developing a safe space for collaboration and networking through which true social change can happen.
accountability We work to maintain the uppermost standard of NGO accountability setting an example to other developmental organizations in the social space. We are accountable to Donors and Partners to provide sustainable and impactful services.
diversity We believe that collaboration of diverse cultural backgrounds, experience, skills, and professional backgrounds united towards a single cause can create the best possible solutions to the challenges faced by Early Action and Partners.
life-long learning We believe in continuous innovation, learning, and sharing of ideas that will help us respond to the changing environment. Early Action constantly reviews, renews and builds upon our model and practices.
entrepreneurship We believe in the power of entrepreneurship as a change agent and practice it. We actively encourage entrepreneurship and foster a dynamic and entrepreneurial approach to challenges internally within the organization and the social sector as a whole.