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Drinking Water

DRINKING WATER: Contaminated drinking water continues to be a major ...

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Old Age Care

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Reform a Prison

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4

Feed a Child

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5

Reform a School

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Gift a Roof

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Scholarships Needed

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Sports Equipment

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Clothes for Everyone

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Toys for Toddlers

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Donate Sanitary Pads

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12

Build a Playground

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Reform a School

Most schools in India fare poorly in terms of infrastructure and staffing requirements. Lack of classroom furniture, sports equipment and books prevent children from accessing quality education. Team ACCP COPS has been trying to uplift the general condition of schools ...

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