NFCH

AcronymDefinition
NFCHNational Foundation for Communal Harmony (est. 1860; India)
NFCHNational Fund for Cultural Heritage (Pakistan)
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The National Communal Harmony Awards were instituted in 1996 by NFCH, an autonomous organization set up by the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, for promoting communal harmony and national integration.
This would provide a platform to volunteers and increase the outreach of the foundation and to join the noble cause being pursued by NFCH since a number of people have approached the Foundation to work as volunteers.
Encouraging inter-faith dialogue for shared security, peace and prosperity is part of the mission of NFCH. The event was organized as a follow up to the United Nations appeal to observe the first week of the month of February every year as the World Inter-faith Harmony Week.
Speaking on the occasion, Lakshmikumar Singh mentioned that officials of NFCH had recently visited Imphal and discussed with the state officials on certain modalities of enhancing this monthly grant to the beneficiaries
The NFCH was registered on February 19, 1992, under the Societies Registration Act, 1860, with the main objective of providing assistance for the physical and psychological rehabilitation of child victims of communal, caste, ethnic or militancy violence, with special reference to their care, education and training besides promoting communal harmony, fraternity and national integration.
The NFCH works for promoting the communal harmony and strengthening the national integration.
New Delhi, July 25 ( ANI ): The National Foundation for Communal Harmony (NFCH) has organised a music concert for peace and harmony at the Azad Bhawan Auditorium, ICCR, New Delhi tomorrow evening as part of its outreach activities.
The National Communal Harmony Awards were instituted in 1996 by the National Foundation for Communal Harmony (NFCH), an autonomous organization set up by the Government of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, for promoting communal harmony and national integration.
The project of conducting archaeological survey in the capital, at the cost of Rs 2 million, was approved by National Fund for Cultural Heritage (NFCH) to address the threat of endangered sites and monuments due to climate changes and construction, DoAM Assistant Director Mahmoodul Hassan informed while talking to reporter.