“Sharing Quality Lifestyle Through Integrated Development”

The registered Office and Head Quarter of Asian Sahyogi Sanstha India is located in the city of Gorakhpur, and is setting an example for other NGOs to follow its remarkable streak of devoted and uninterrupted service to humanity.

It maintains a very high standard in its working and the projects it takes up. Each of our staff is dedicated to serve the needy and involve with great commitment as they consider this noble cause.

Specialized Adoption Agency: licensed by the state and based at Gorakhpur, our adoption home caters to provisioning/protection of dropout/dumped infants, babies who either because of prevalent social evils or poverty is abandoned by the people of our society. Our adoption agency functions per the guidance and directives of Central Adoption Resource Agency a department under Ministry of Women and Child Development, Govt. of India.


Bal Shishu Grih is one of the most significant project of ASSI. This provides Shelter Home for children from 0 to 10 years of age who have been abused, neglected, at-risk or abandoned by their families, parents or guardians. It is home for homeless children with modern facilities. Our children are well taken care by our staff, who are well trained and work 24x7 to, provide rehabilitation and care for the children; The capacity of this home is for 50 children both male and female. Occasionally, government officers have visited this home for inspection. We accept the orphan and underprivileged children through the Child Welfare Committee. We also provide adoption facility for compatible couple as we are authorized by Central Adoption Resource Authority (CARA) as a Specialized Adoption Agency.   

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we do variety of project driven activities:

  • Feeding Programs at Railway Station
  • Womens Empowerment
  • Sahyog-A-Child (Help-A-Child)
  • Skill Developement Programmes
  • Medical Check-up Camps for Children
  • Counselling through professionals to children in crisis
  • Providing Shelter homes to run away, abandoned children under state guidance
  • Providing Literacy through literacy centers
  • Schools
  • Acting as facilitator of Mainstream Education for destitute/abandoned children